Every day we enjoy going to the LiveBinders site too see what people have created. More and more we are seeing great binder authors who have created entire libraries of incredibly useful content. I wanted to take just a minute to draw your attention to some of these amazing educators:
xmath – xmath has created some amazing binders on everything from on-line calculators to binders on different holidays (including pi day!)
joquetta – joquetta is a library media specialist who has created some fabulous binders for her students, including putting her Library Media Center up there. But her binder on Google is also one of the most popular.
robertson8686 – Another great binder builder who has created everything from math binders on the Pythagorean Theorem to Presentation tools.
kellyhines – kellyhines has created some really interesting binders including the use of Skype in schools and a binder on hurricanes.
2sparkley – 2parkley has some fabulous resources on creative commons, great blogs, presentation resources, and the list goes on and on!
mwedwards – Sometimes known as the “Livebinder Queen” because she is such an authority on LiveBinders, Melissa’s shelf includes binders on presentation resources, a binder on Google Earth, and Media 2.0.
dmantz – Dean not only has great binders, but has also done a couple of podcasts with us. Great binders on Digital Storytelling, Website Creation, and Virtual Connections.
mikefisher821 – Mike has created some wonderful binders including a Virtual Summer Camp for educators and Evidence of Learning. But every time we go to his shelf we see something new and fascinating.
TheresaMcGee – Theresa has created some great art binders. Her Online Art Games binder is one of the most popular, but she has also created resources on Leonardo da Vinci and Jacob Lawrence.
loakvik – loakvik has created one of the most popular binders in the past month – Mobile Apps for Education but her binder on Student Motivation Research is also worth checking out.
sroseman – sroseman’s great library includes in-depth teacher resources on twitter and the best of ISTE10.
teachagiftedkid – teachagiftedkid has created some great resources on math for elementary grade students, but her binders extend well beyond math.
librarybecky – librarybecky only has a few binders, but they are amazing resources on Civil War Biographies and Web 2.0 projects created by her students.
dj345 – dj345 created a great binder this summer on summer reading. But she also has binders on Earth Day, reindeer, and snow!
scheeler – scheeler has created couple of great binders including his incredibly popular Ed Tech Tools, but also one of my favorites – Edgar Allan Poe.
s1mpl1fy – These are some amazing math binders on everything from Writing Equations to Polygons, to Solving Systems by Graphing.
vmizner – It is amazing when someone builds a many great binders all in one day. These are some great high-school chemistry resources.
swimtchr – swimtchr has created a diverse set of binders with everything from Note Taking Tools to Principal Leadership.
firstname.lastname@example.org – With over 31 public binders, it is hard to know where to start. You might find some of her more unusual binders most interesting including Robot Research, Renewable Energy, and Great Apes, but she also has some great history binders on Ancient Rome and Japan.
colleen young – Colleen has some impressive binders on Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy, Equations, and Wordle
evmaiden – evmaiden has a very complete SMART resources binder as well a great binder on Promethean Resources.
ezzellk – For younger grade teachers, ezzellk has a binder on Pre-K resources and one on Iceland.
Lesley – Lesley’s Web 2.0 Tools binder is very popular, but she also has great binders on Reference Sites and History Topics
chanbliss – Here are some wonderful binders in the art discipline including Art Edu Sites and a really interesting binder on a Fifth Grade Quilting project.
There are so many more great authors, we will have to do several more posts to cover them all. If you discover one you like, just click on their name in LiveBinders to see their public shelf. Then add it to the comments on this post so that everyone can see their great binders.