Gary Anderson, from the What's Not Wrong Blog (my new favorite teacher blog), But What If We Try - offers a strategy for getting kids to read.
In the post WANTED: New Digi-Rubrics, Heidi Hayes-Jacobs calls for rubrics that help kids to create digital products that are ready for "publishing". Think she might need to see some of the Assessment Tools eMINTS teachers are creating to accompany their IBL lessons and WebQuests.
TeachHub.com has over 100 ways to use Google in their Education News article 100+ Google Tricks for Teachers.
The Edublogger shares a video about copyright infringement that YouTube is going to require users that break copyright laws to view and take a quiz over it. How might you use this with your students?
Veteran eMINTS Teacher, Krissy Venosdale, offers up some advice on how to improve your classroom website after looking at her first site and the site she uses today in her post, A Classroom Website.