Resources For Educators

Storybird: www.storybird.com

Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read, and print. It is free to sign up and is a great way to inspire reluctant writers. Teachers can even create classrooms, add assignments, and facilitate collaborative writing groups.

 

Strip Generator: www.stripgenerator.com

An online, easy to use comic strip creator. This is a great alternative for students with written output challenges to show their understanding. No sign up required but then projects need to be completed in one sitting.

 

Prezi: wprezi.com

A multimedia presentation program with a unique engaging, visual and interactive platform. It can be used to present or organize information through webs, mind maps, timelines, and more. It is simple and free to use but does require sign up.”

 

Glogster: www.glogster.com

Interactive posters loaded with text, graphics, music, videos, and more. Glogster was developed as a resource for digital boundless expression and a better alternative to offline boards, posters, or complicated web tools…”

 

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (NLVM): www.nlvm.usu.edu

A database of online math manipulatives to practice and solidify math skills.

 

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School Event Calendar

Date: 2017-10-28
  • The Beauty of Generosity

     “THANK YOU” seems so inadequate to express the depth of our gratitude for the generous giving James Cameron School received on Saturday evening! Over $40,000 was raised at our first Gala.  There are many who deserve our thanks, and so it is with a heart full of gratitude that I pen this expression of deep thanks to everyone who helped make our Gala the roaring success that it was.To those who contributed talent, to those who contributed donations and time or money thank you! Your generosity is truly beautiful. To everyone who attended the Gala, thank you! For those of you that could not attend I have included a link to a video of our guest speaker, Greg Epp.  Greg attended JCS in the 90s and gave an inspiring speech. Warm regards, Penny Shepherd-Hill, Principal     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8HMF639UiU