+ Teaching Web Sites: Including Virtual Field Trips

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From my inbox, this from Donna Guthrie, children’s author and video maker.  She is currently producing a new series for children titled “Meet Me At The Corner.”

This is a series of virtual field trips and is being distributed over the Internet as video podcasts on her site  Meet Me at the Corner  http://www.meetmeatthecorner.org .

Some of the clips I saw appeared to be made and hosted by children themselves, on topics from “service dogs” to “how to interview an illustrator in your own area.”  They are well made and fun; informative and sure to grab your students’ interest.

The podcasts can also be found at

  Curriki is an open Web site for K-12 educational materials, which has over 80,000 members who are educators and teachers.

TeacherTube is a video sharing Web site based on YouTube, designed to allow those in the educational industry, particularly teachers, to share educational resources.  To date, TeacherTube has 380,000 members.

Next Vista is an online library  of free videos for learners everywhere.  NextVista.org believes learning is stronger with teachers and students from all over the world contributing content.  They have a membership of 6,000 contributors.

WatchKnow was founded by Dr Larry Singer, co-founder of Wikipedia.  It is a database for “instant tutoring,” and hosts multiple video explanations of the same topics to accommodate different learning styles.

source: Donna W Guthrie, who can be reached by email at DonnaG6113@AOL.com

tutoring in Columbus OH:   Adrienne Edwards   614-579-6021   or email  aedwardstutor@columbus.rr.com


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