Biography Maker. Science by Doing - Home. Google Arts & Culture. The Definitive Guide to Educational Technology Resources. Learning tools selector. Audiences Teachers, Students, Age restricted, Community About Allows users to upload, access, organise, edit and share photos and videos.
Content can be shared via the Flickr website, in RSS feeds, by email or by posting to outside blogs. Search for resources with Creative Commons licences to model positive digital citizenship. Technical Requirements Use any device with an internet connection. Advice No technical experience is required. Tutorials. 10 Interesting Ways to Integrate QR Codes in Your Teaching (Infographic) July 3, 2016 With the advance of mobile technologies, QR Code technologies open up a vast terrain for educational uses.
There are several ways teachers can leverage the educational potential of QR Codes in their instruction. The visual below sums up 10 interesting examples of how you can use QR Codes with your students. We have also included some interesting resources and video tutorials to help better understand the whole concept of QR Codes in education. Check them out and share with your colleagues. Enjoy. Poof! Paper Handouts are Digital - Teacher Tech. While at an event recently the speaker handed out a paper handout.
After her presentation, some of the audience members were asking if the handout was available digitally. Using Google Keep I was able to digitize the handout and distribute it through Google Classroom in seconds. Instamuseum: Turn Your Instagram Pictures into a Virtual Museum. DiRT Directory. ReadWriteThink: Student Materials: Literary Doodle.
Collaborative Tools. Web Publishing by Robin Good. 8 interactive Google Slides activities for classroom excitement. Google Slides isn’t just for delivering presentations to an audience.
Here are eight activities that bring interactive learning to students. (Public domain image via Pixabay.com) Classmill - Create classes with links, videos, images & files. Media and Technology Resources for Educators.
History. Gaming. Class With Apps. MorfoSunSpark Labs Imagine the ability to bring any historical or fictional character to life.
All you need is an image and the app Morfo. This creative app will take any front facing image of a person and using a student’s recorded audio, create a talking version of that person’s image. Students can write narratives for characters, offer a book review, recite an historic speech, and much more. Presentation Tools. Infographics. Digital Literacy Resources. Inspirograph.
Tackk - Create, connect + chat with friends. Crumbles. Coffitivity. The Teachers' Tech Lounge » Blog Archive » 5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics. App reviews & picks. Free Web Tools to Support CCSS Reading & Literacy - TeachingForward. Many of us remember the excitement for the arrival of our Scholastic Weekly Reader magazines in the classroom.
These days, with increasing emphasis on non-fiction, informational texts, teachers need high-interest, timely reading materials for use in the classroom now more than ever. The internet is full of these resources, but few teachers have time to comb through to look for the gems. As part of a recent workshop “Free Web Tools to Support CCSS Reading and Literacy” I compiled a list of websites and summarized each one to make your search a bit easier. These sites were selected because of their ease of use and searching as well as the quality of the reading material. TweenTribune and NewsELA both offer the ability to adjust the Lexile reading level for all of their articles so that you can easily adjust the text complexity to suit a diverse student population while ensuring all of your students are reading and discussing the “same” article.
Favorite Web Tools of 2014. Just before the year finishes, here are my favorite web tools in 2014.
Evernote should certainly be the first on this list! I have been using it as my e-notebook for a long time. Also, the students in my 1:1 iPad class are using it as their electronic portfolios. They take their notes on the lessons, write their reflections, and keep their products online. CK-12 Simulations. CK-12 PLIX. Create Interactive Online Presentations, infographics, animations & banners in HTML5 - Visme by Easy WebContent. What’s Up with QR Codes: Best Tools & Some Clever Ideas.
A Word About Creating QR Codes I almost always create QR codes on a desktop or laptop computer.
That’s because I usually like to display them on a project screen, and my laptop is already connected to that. Baulkham hills north before and after school care. EarSketch. The Video Editing App for Your Classroom. Science Games: Liquids and Solids « Miss Stephanson's Classroom Blog. Girls, Gaming and Gender Stereotypes.
I’ve shared this Lego Gender Remix site before but it is so powerful in what it does that it is always worth sharing out again.
I used this site yesterday in my class of sixth graders as we begin diving into the concepts of our Digital Life unit, in which we explore technology and media from a variety of angles. Talking to 11 year olds about the permanence of the web and technology … it’s an eye-opening experience for many of them. One of the many angles we explore is advertising and gender stereotyping (a term which is relatively unfamiliar to them and which leads to a long discussion about cultural values placed on gender).