Educational Virtual Museums Developed Using PowerPoint. During ISTE 2010, I had the privilege of learning about a new method of using non-linear PowerPoint.
Michelle Lynn of Fox Creek Elementary in Highlands Ranch, Colorado along with Jessie Bertman, Kim Eikenberg, Lindsey Moore, Katie Patterson, Angel Wolf, and their students presented a poster titled "Interactive Primary Lesson or Non-linear Moon Phase PowerPoint. " Virtual Museum - Polar Bears - Google Slides.
Boards. Boards. Tools. Infographics. Publish Online. Augmented Reality. IrfanView - Official Homepage - one of the most popular viewers worldwide. Online recording. Video Maker. Manaklase - Home. Informātika Auces vidusskolā. Stāsti par IT skolā...Stāsti par IT skolā... Shape Your Photos. Autodesk 123D - Free 3D Modeling Software, 3D Models, DIY Projects, Personal Fabrication Tools. Flipped classroom. Text, words, maps, QR generators. Slideshows, videos, presentations. Animation. Photo editor, frames, video, galleries... Mind mapping. Storyline. Piktochart-e-book-3-Using-Piktochart-Like-A-Pro. Dropr: The easy creative network. #periScopeOut: Educators Sharing their Spaces and Stories. Education Published on July 23rd, 2015 | by Jeff Herb Almost two weeks ago I was talking with Todd Nesloney on Voxer and mentioned that I would love to see his new school sometime.
While traditionally that would mean a trip from Illinois to Texas (which still isn’t out of the question), a new tool has emerged that has enabled video broadcasting to anyone interested in watching. I suggested that we Periscope our buildings sometime and after about 15 minutes of rapid fire ideas, the periScopeOut was born. We want educators to share their stories. There is great wealth in having the opportunity to ‘scope out’ the ways in which others are doing what you’re doing (or looking to do). Kornukopia. Speller: Respiration SL. Zeina Chalich sur Twitter : "Maker as Learner: Mindset shift from embedding #makerED across the curriculum #stfmaker #edtech #satchat #aussieED. Clipix: Save and organize everything you care about. How to use Padlet (and why) EdTech Published on October 4th, 2013 | by Mark Anderson About 6 years ago, a web 2.0 tool came along called ‘Wallwisher’ which everyone raved about and it really was the belle of the edtech ball.
It was very popular indeed, but over time, it became more unpredictable and thus unreliable. As time rolled on so less and less teachers used it in the classroom. Move forward to 2013 and Wallwisher got a rebrand. To brainstorm ideas from a classto collate research on a topicto gauge understanding on a topicto test student knowledgeto curate website linksto share information to an audience. A New Collection of Educational Web Tools for Teachers.
Riddle. Share Photos, Videos, Text, Music and Documents Easily. Teacher-tested Tools to Augment Your STEM Program. June 3, 2015 A solid STEM curriculum is a top priority for many schools.
Perhaps yours is one of them. If so, here is a selection of teacher-tested tools to augment your STEM program. MathGames - A wonderful Math website for students that works on tablets, phones and desktops and tests over 1200 CCSS-aligned math skills. Learn how to program by solving fun logic puzzles. Create 3D models from an iPad and print them. Make games, stories, presentations, and more from an iPad, then share them via the Web. The Tools Shelf. InfiniteLooper - Loop YouTube Videos. Draftback. A Creative Community for Fans, Photos and Fun. Bitmoji. Flipping Literacy! by @snelling321. One of my colleagues, @sarahjpe, introduced me to the Flipped Classroom Model at a teaching and learning INSET and I was unsure how it would work initially, yet I was excited by its potential and decided to explore how I could use this to support the teaching of literacy and grammar skills.
This is an extract from the March 2015 Edition of UKEdMagazine. InstaGrok.com. Beautiful web-based timeline software. Two truths and a lie game. Two Truths and a Lie is a classic get-to-know-you icebreaker.
Players tell two truths and one lie. The object of the game is to to determine which statement is the false one. Interesting variations of this game are provided below. Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds. Lino - Sticky and Photo Sharing for you. Time Zone Converter – Time Difference Calculator. TweetDeck. Timeanddate.com. Virtual Reality Glasses and Learning - project 2015 - 2017. This project is funded by Finnish National Board of Education.
During years 2015 - 2017 four high schools from Muurame, Jyväskylä and Kuopio cities develop and test new virtual reality glasses in learning. Project main goals: Experiences of virtual reality as learning environment. Offer 360 video production skills and tools for high school teachers and students Share current and future potential of virtual reality developers like Oculus Rift, Sony, Samsung, Google, Valve and Microsoft to all levels of Finnish education system Test virtual reality possibilities in high school subjects (history, geography, biology, sports, arts . . .), team learning and entrepreneurship studies.
Test virtual reality as new tool used marketing schools. We want to build global learning network with schools and companies interested in virtual reality glasses. BrainPOP - Animated Educational Site for Kids - Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts. Blooms Digital Taxonomy. 1 Remembering. 2 Understanding. 4 Analyzing. 6 Creating. 5 Evaluating. 3 Applying. Poll Maker - Free, Unlimited and Super Easy. Online survey software - conduct your customer surveys and polls with Polldaddy. 3 Ways to Map Stories. Creating mapped stories is one of my favorite activities to help history students see the significance of location in historical events.
Most of the time I have students include dated placemarks on the mapped stories that they build. Here are three free tools that students can use to map stories. The Google Earth Tour Builder allows students to create Google Earth tours in their web browsers. The Tour Builder uses a slide-like format for creating tours. Each slide or stop in the tour can have a date or range of dates attached to it. Odyssey.js is an open source map creation tool from CartoDB.
StoryMap JS is a nice tool for creating mapped stories. Here are this week’s most popular posts on FreeTech4Teachers.com: 1. ClassTools.net. Voki Home. All Our Ideas - Bringing survey research into the digital age. Top 20 Augmented Reality Apps for Android and iPhone/iPad Users. What is Augmented Reality ?
Augmented Reality an old concept, are not very common words yet, to be very familiar with, but it’s such a thing that would take you to a whole lot of a different perspective of the world around you with its augmented reality apps. It combines 2 words to deal with, “augmented” means enhanced or increased and “reality”, which together simply means enhanced reality. By using hardwares or tools such as your smartphones you can discover such beneficial details in the form of visual data imagery that are not visible to you normally. Image Source: plantronicsgermany. Shorten multiple urls into one. Ow.ly - Shorten urls, share files and track visits - Owly. Text message (SMS) polls and voting, audience response system. Online Stopwatch. The best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula rated for learning.
The workspace for your life’s work. Animaps - Create and view beautifully informative animated maps, for free! 5 Online Games That Teach Kids the Art of Persuasion. By Tanner Higgin, Graphite If there’s one thing that games can teach really well, it’s systems thinking.
Getting good at a game like Portal, for instance, means learning its physics engine. When the game’s over, it’s only natural to draw comparisons between how things move, fall, and interact in the game and physical worlds. Similarly, building nations in Civilization exposes players to complex political, social and cultural relationships they can see reflected in global history.
Viaa.gov.lv/files/news/7291/ikt_r_ki_liela.pdf. Webtools: No Registration Needed for Students. Image courtesy of OZinOH Welcome to my list of webtools that don’t require student registration. This started off as a simple curation for myself and has ballooned into something that I never thought would get this big. And it is still growing. I started added comments to each link, but that is taking a long time to complete. Please bear with me as I update it. While I do try to verify each link on a regular basis, please be aware that websites do change and some of these sites may no longer be active or may have switched to a paid version. Homepage. ICT in Primary Education: Transforming children's learning across the curriculum. About the Course Teachers and policymakers working in all sectors of education now recognise the importance and value of technology for learning and teaching. The UCL Institute of Education, University of London (IOE and the UNESCO Institute for IT in Education (IITE ) are collaborating to run this professional development course for teachers, headteachers and policymakers working in the Primary Education sector.
The course is part of IITE’s role to support and promote an active community of practitioners and policymakers in the use of digital technologies for learning and teaching. It is also linked to the IOE’s mission to promote excellence in education and professional practice through advancing knowledge and understanding. The resources for the course are derived from teachers’ Primary practice in different countries. Announcement for US based teachers: Teachers interested in this opportunity are also encouraged to follow the link to learn more and complete the form. Windows 8 aplicaciones para educación.