Friday, July 06, 2012

WBT Blog Bug Update

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I am so excited! 
Misty, Melissa and I have been working hard and if you have been snooping around the WBT Forum lately you may have seen our new project!

Announcing the new WBT Master Blog List via Google Docs!

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Look at how organized it is!
We've accumulated all of the WBT Blogs we could find (there are over 70 of them!) and organized them for quick and easy use. This list allows you to search WBT Blogs by:
- Grade Level/Focus
- Name
- Years of WBT Experience
- Location
- Special Notes

*This information is taken from Blogger profiles, blog posts and the WBT Forum. If anything information is outdated or incorrect please comment below and we will change it ASAP.

*There are some blogs that we are still missing information from and are currently displaying an "NA" under certain headings. If you would like to supply the information for your blog please comment below and we will update it ASAP.

*If you would like your blog added to this list, please comment below and we will work on getting it added ASAP.

Also, today is the LAST DAY to enter my 100 Follower Giveaway contest!!
Make sure you enter before 9pm (central time), winner will be announced Saturday.

10 comments:

  1. Just realized we had a lot of .ca links and changed them to .com

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    1. Thats so weird, the .ca ones are what shows up for me when I visit the blog. Maybe because I am in Canada?

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  2. Great list! Thanks for working so hard on this :)

    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth! It is time consuming (especially in the summer!) but I really enjoy it, I think we all do, so it was no problem at all :)

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  3. Wow, that's a real undertaking! You should add that to your resume... it will surely be a great resource for teachers who are looking for information about Whole Brain Teaching!

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    1. Thanks Angel, you are always so supportive! I do plan on including it next year when I am applying for teaching jobs. Hopefully I can say I am a Certified Whole Brain Teaching Instructor by that point too :)

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  4. Thank you so much. As a new 5th grade teacher and WBT newbie, your list just saved me about 20 hours in research!!

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    1. You're welcome Kathy!! Have you joined up on the WBT Forum yet? It is the perfect place to get all your questions answered.

      If you need anything let me know, you will love WBT so much!

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  5. Thanks for this website. I just learned about WBT this week, and I'm very excited to begin using it this fall. I teach 8th grade Algebra and would love to be directed as to how Algebra teachers are using this to teach different algebraic concepts in the classroom. - Laura

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    1. No problem Laura! I commented on your question about gestures as well and posted some links to some great videos for me. You will love WBT, it is so much fun!

      Have you linked up on the WBT Forum yet? You can network with other people using WBT in high school, specifically math. Here are some links I found fast from forum threads regarding math:
      http://wholebrainteaching.com/College/3486-College-Math.html#3486

      http://wholebrainteaching.com/Critical-Thinking/4944-Critical-thinking-in-math.html#4944

      http://wholebrainteaching.com/Introductions/10569-Departmentalized-Mathematics.html#10569

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