Friday, May 27, 2011

My 100th post - Sooeet!

If you have been following my blog, you know I try to share tools, tips and information in a way that keeps it simple for readers.  I know everyone "can do tech" thus the name of my blog.  I believe everyone can do tech and integrate technology into the classroom to enrich and engage students.

That brings me to Sooeet!, a neat, simple to use interactive conversion tool that allows you to convert everything from clothing size to math to time zones and so much more.  You plug in a number, set the conversion and you have the results. 

This tool can be used in so many ways in the classroom for a number of subjects.  These are just some of the conversions you can do on Sooeet! It really is sweet!

The time zone interactive is very engaging and an excellent way to connect geography and the differences in time around the world.  The display is clear and easy to read.  You simply click the buttons under the map to change your view. 

Math and science teachers will find conversions for many topics in the curriculum.  We all need convert something from time to time and this is a practical, powerful learning tool.

I'm happy to share Sooeet! with you for my 100th post.  Enjoy and let me know if it is something you can use. 


  1. Hi Sheila,

    After seeing your review of I clicked the link and wow!, what a great site.

    I'm already doing interactive teaching with a laptop and digital projector, and always looking for new material to present in class.

    There are so many free resources on I don't know where to begin. I love the timezone map, the calendar, and the math section.

    I also want work with the graphing package, which looks great on their trigonometry and statistics pages.

    I'll let you know how my kids respond. These new tools are very exciting.

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Best regards,


  2. Thank you for commenting Jane. I'm happy to hear that you learned about a useful site from my blog. I work with a lot of teachers and I only share sites that I think teachers will find useful and that "keep it simple."

    I would love to hear what your students think of the site. There are many topics they could use out of school in addition to the ones that support your curriculum.

    Keep checking in or you can follow the blog and then you are notified when I post.


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