The MacBook is the laptop that will be issued to all high school students in Baldwin County during the first weeks of the 2012/2013 school year.
This 40-minute workshop will introduce the MacBook Air, describe the major differences between Apple & PC computers and give a basic overview of the most common settings and software that students will be using in the coming school year. The Baldwin County Board of Education's new Digital Renaissance Website will be posted during the follow-up question and answer period, and handouts will be available to attendees.
A to Z Maps provides current and historical political maps of the world, continents, countries and all U.S. states. These maps are appropriate for study and can be printed for inclusion in reports. Specialized maps are also available describing climate, ecology, weather, earthquakes and bathymetric/fishing data.
These are very old folk stories that explain the creation of our world or how we should behave.
One of the most popular fables is The Tortise and the Hare, one of Aesop's Fables. Aesop was a slave who lived during the time of the Greek Empire (a very long time ago) and recorded many of the popular folk tales of his lifetime. These stories usually end with a statement of the moral (or important message) of the story.
http://nsdl.org/ The National Science Digital Library, funded by the National Science Foundation, provides organized access to high quality resources and tools that support innovations in teaching and learning at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.