Miss Mahoney

Other sites that I have created for use with Students, Parents and Colleagues.

~I use the 21Classes Blog site to organize recources for my students and for teachers that I collaborate with. At the right side of the page, you'll find links to general student-friendly research sites, screenshots & links to the sites used commonly by students at our school, and links to specific projects that are assigned to students.

~One of the sites I use the most with students is Google Docs. It has various online-based office tools such as a word processor and a presentation creator similar to PowerPoint. It's great because not all students have programs at home compatible with those at school and with this site they can work anywhere there is an Internet connection. Also, students don't have to keep up with a flash drive because everything is saved on the site. Creations are password protected unless you publish them. See me for the log-in information if you are one of my students.

~ My online bookmark site at IKeepBookmarks.com contains a very extensive list of organized links. If you are searching for something specific, it's a great place to start (not to mention a good resource for a teacher trying to organize online sites for students.) Most sites are annotated, unless they are self-explanatory.

~I also use the 21Classes blog site to maintain an RtI blog. It contains a plethora of information related to the ideology behind, and implementation of, Response to Intervention (RtI).