Written by Sarah Murphy, Teaching Excellence Instructional Coach Support Specialist
The close of the school year is a time when students can demonstrate mastery on things learned in classrooms in a variety of ways, and one such way is in the form of a project. Click through the links below to see ways in which purposeful projects can be enhanced thanks to the wonders of the Internet!
Times Machine: This site allows students to access New York Times articles which are exact digital copies of the famous newspaper dating back to 1851. With articles about everything from the sinking of the Titanic to the death of President Lincoln, this is a valuable resource that can be used as source documents in history class or for many other classroom uses.
Newspaper Generator: Enable students to type up their final projects in real newspaper form using this website!
TED Talks: Free videos to use on a myriad of topics. Begin a project with one of these inspirational talks!
Creating Infographics: Help students compile their presentation information into an infographic with the tips and suggestions found on this site.
What links and strategies do you use in order to help students succeed on projects?