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How to Use Animoto in the Classroom: Create Stunning Student Slideshows. Creating Your First Video Once logged in to the site, you are ready to create your first video slide show.

How to Use Animoto in the Classroom: Create Stunning Student Slideshows

This is a simple 3-step process: Step 1: Select your pictures and/or video. You can upload images and videos of you own, select from the Animoto stock gallery, or import them from sites like Facebook, Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa, and Photobucket. Once selected, your photos and videos can be reordered simply by dragging and dropping them. Step 2: Choose your slide show music. Build Your ThingLink Classroom. The start of the New Year seems like the perfect time to review teacher management features to make it simpler for students to signup, create and collaborate with ThingLink.

Build Your ThingLink Classroom

We hope you will find these quick video tutorials with accompanying written directions to be helpful. In addition, we invite you to attend our upcoming webinar, Build Your ThingLink Classroom, on January 13th at 8:00 PM EDT for a comprehensie overview of features with ideas for integration. Create a ThingLink If you are new to ThingLink, watch this video to help you create your first ThingLink. Teacher Signup If you are a teacher, you should be working in our ThingLink EDU space. Student Signup. Podcasting - Technology Tutorials for Teachers. The following tools are available on the Internet and can be used to create podcasts: Vocaroo This tool is a very easy way to create podcasts.

Podcasting - Technology Tutorials for Teachers

Simply record your voice and then either email or embed the recording to your website or blog. They provide you with an embed code, which you can paste onto your website or blog. As of now, there is no limit on the length of the recording. Podomatic A great tool to create podcasts. Example: Las partes del cuerpo/Parts of the body. How To Use Wiki In The Classroom - eLearning Industry. What is Wiki?

How To Use Wiki In The Classroom - eLearning Industry

Wiki is an online application that allows users to contribute to or edit its content. Meaning “quick” in the Hawaiian language, wiki is a creative and open environment where everyone has a voice. The significance of wiki lies in the fact that there is no assigned “leader” or “head writer”. The founder of wiki, Ward Cunningham, described his creation as “the simplest online database that could possibly work”. And it did. How to Use Padlet in the Classroom: A Fantastic Teaching Tool. Padlet is a versatile, easy to use tool for every teacher’s toolkit.

How to Use Padlet in the Classroom: A Fantastic Teaching Tool

Let’s learn the basics. At the bottom of this post, I have a Padlet that is temporarily open for you to post and share your favorite edtech tools. Richard Byrne, author of Free Technology for Teachers, spent some time teaching the teachers at my school about Padlet. I’ve got some notes in this article that he mentioned in the workshop to give him due credit. Richard has a fantastic blog, and I highly recommend it. www.padlet.com. Student Blogging Activity 1 (Beginner): Setting Up Your Class Blog. Classroom Collaboration Using Social Bookmarking Service Diigo. Key Takeaways Social bookmarking websites enhance and improve the learning experience by encouraging group collaboration and making organizing and saving web resources faster and easier for students.

Classroom Collaboration Using Social Bookmarking Service Diigo

Social bookmarking services offer greater scope for research, integration, and collaboration compared to the more traditional bookmarking applications such as browsers, which offer limited functionality. Among social bookmarking services, Diigo has features and functions that make it useful for the classroom, giving instructors tools for setting up groups of students, highlighting key information, and commenting. Classroom collaboration is an area that benefits directly from today's Internet experience in that students can develop their potential for learning by becoming more actively involved. Indeed, they can learn to approach and solve problems by collaborating with other students and their teachers. Traditional Bookmarking Social Bookmarking Table 1. . * Between Diigo and Delicious. Social Constructivism / Tools and Tutorials. Web 2.0 Tools In the table below you will find a group of Web 2.0 tools that we have selected to profile on this wiki.

Social Constructivism / Tools and Tutorials

Creating A Classroom Blog in 3 Steps! ⋆ TeachersTuts.com. Creating A Classroom Blog is a lot easier than you may think!

Creating A Classroom Blog in 3 Steps! ⋆ TeachersTuts.com

TeachersTuts.com show you how in 3 simple steps. Practical Technology Guides. Everything Teachers Need to Know about Explore for Google Docs and Sheets. November 3, 2016 Explore is a new interesting feature that Google introduced few weeks ago to empower Drive users with a wide variety of new functionalities.

Everything Teachers Need to Know about Explore for Google Docs and Sheets

In today’s post we are sharing with you (especially those who haven’t seen them yet) a review of the main things you can do with Explore on both Google Docs and Google Sheets. 3 Minute Teaching TOOL-torials. Be sure to share these great resources with your friends and colleagues!

3 Minute Teaching TOOL-torials

Access all of these videos in this YouTube Playlist EdPuzzle 3 Minute TOOL-torial Add Questions to Videos, Monitor Progress, etc. Online Technology Training Video Tutorials for Schools - Atomic Learning. Is technology fully utilized in your district, or does the lack of basic skills prohibit use? Help is just a few clicks away! With an online training library of over 60,000 short, show-and-tell video training tutorials on over 250 of the most commonly-used technology devices and software applications, Atomic Learning provides answers to how-to technology questions anytime, anywhere.

Educational Technology Training and Tutorials.