Category Archives: Education

Teacher Approved: Top 37 search results for Leonardo Da Vinci

Here are some results for one of the most influential man in history, Leonardo Da Vinci. Join 19Pencils.com and receive free weekly emails with new resources specifically for your grade.

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Introducing 19Pencils

19Pencils is the easiest way for teachers to discover, share and manage web‐based educational content with students. We simplify and improve access to online content in the classroom and at home. 19Pencils combines search, social bookmarking, online assessments, internet monitoring, … Continue reading

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Assignments, Lions and Bears Oh My!

One thing that has always been in the forefront of our minds at 19Pencils is to make the lives of teachers easier. We figure you guys have it tough enough what with all the finger pointing, test chaos, etc. As part … Continue reading

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Anatomy of an All-Nighter

Students, get some rest! (See infographic below:) Via: Online Colleges Guide

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Seven Big Myths about Learning

Another great post from Valerie Strauss at the Washington Post that helps us understand what 21st century science and experience are revealing: Basic Facts Come Before Deep Learning This one translates roughly as, “Students must do the boring stuff before they … Continue reading

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Vocabulary Spelling City

Occasionally we like to post articles about other companies who are doing valuable educational work: VocabularySpellingCity is an educational website where teachers can register for free, then enter and save word lists that their students can then use to play a … Continue reading

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Custom emails delivered to your inbox that are Grade-Specific

When you register at 19Pencils and enter the grade you teach we will send you weekly emails with grade-specific appropriate web resources that were added by our community of teachers & librarians. Here’s an example that we sent to Sixth … Continue reading

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