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VIdeo. Moteurs de Recherche. Infographie. Handwriting font creator. Twitter. Applications web. Tech Tools by Subject and Skills. Every year, so many new technology tools for teachers are launched into the market that it can be nearly impossible to keep up with them all.

In order to keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest educational tech tools, our team of edtech specialists has put together this list of the best edtech resources and technology tools for teachers. Clicking on the links below will take you to hundreds of apps, websites, extensions, and more. Whether you're looking for a specific tech tool or just trying to find something new and interesting for your class, we encourage you to browse around all of the different categories to see how many wonderful resources are available for your students. Also, if you have a tool that you'd like to see added to the list, please feel free to contact us at The following technology tools for teachers have been organized by academic subjects, topics, and learning activity.

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Inuktic. 321 outils gratuits pour les enseignants... Fr... Physics apps for Android. Case Study Collection. Répertoire des outils 2.0 gratuits en français. Le Répertoire des Outils 2.0 en français est un nouvel annuaire qui compte une vingtaine de catégories de services en ligne et logiciels à utiliser dans un cadre pédagogique (initiation, formation, enseignement…). Cette initiative de qualité est signée de nos confrères de Skoden, portail de la FOAD (formation ouverte et à distance) de la Région Bretagne. Le répertoire offre la possibilité de découvrir des outils 2.0 existants en version française : de quoi ne pas rebuter les apprenants, animateurs, formateurs et enseignants qui éprouvent notamment des difficultés avec la langue de Shakespeare.

Répertoire de services 2.0 gratuits pour une utilisation pédagogique Ce répertoire a été mis en ligne début septembre 2014 dans le cadre de la rentrée. Outils 2.0 en français (webographie des sites gratuits avec une interface en français) sera complété au fil des découvertes et des outils testés par la rédaction de Skoden. Catégories du répertoire des outils 2.0 gratuits en français Agréger des liens. 50 Resources to Use Animation as a Teaching Tool. 3 Easy Methods to Create eLearning Videos. Video is fast becoming one of the most popular eLearning formats. Thanks to the popularity of sites like Coursera, Khan Academy, and, online learners are demanding modern, video-based courses that work beautifully across computers, tablets, and smartphones.

Recent data shows just how popular video is becoming: Edudemic reports that 67% of teachers believe video lessons are very effective at educating students. 46% of teachers said they have actually created at least one video lesson.A study conducted by Skilljar in 2013 revealed that 67% of online learners reported taking a video-based class.Fast-growing online course sites are largely video-based, including, Skillshare, CreativeLive, Udacity, Udemy, and Craftsy. Here are 3 easy methods to create eLearning videos yourself. 1. Narrated Slides If you have Powerpoint or Keynote presentations, it’s easy to record an audio narration by pressing the Record Slide Show button. 2. 3. Summary. DIY Professional Development: Resource Roundup. Taking Charge: 5 Key Strategies for DIY PD, by Michelle Manno (2015) Educators can create their own professional development opportunities with the many resources available via social media, and by bringing their admins on board with this new model, writes Manno.

DIY Virtual Professional Development: Taking Ownership of Your Learning, by Monica Burns (2015) Burns suggests seven online strategies to help teachers take ownership of their professional development, including sane ways to embrace the information-rich Twitter experience, Google Hangouts, and video tutorials. 8 Tips to Create a Twitter-Driven School Culture, by Elana Leoni (2014) Edutopia's director of social media strategy and marketing provides tips that administrators can use to create a more connected school culture by modeling Twitter use and encouraging staff to work, play, and learn through the medium. Another great post from Leoni: 5 Tips for Taking Advantage of Twitter Over the Summer. How To Create Stunning Flowcharts With Microsoft Word.

Advertisement If man were a logical beast, math would be the easiest subject and love wouldn’t exist. Thankfully, when it comes to logic, the right tools can help simplify any process. Flowcharts are among those visual thinking tools that go grossly ignored for non-technical tasks. Maybe because flowcharting started purely as an engineering skill and didn’t go beyond the draft boards of industrial planners. With its leap towards computer algorithms it became more mainstream. Again, it need not be a technical exercise. What Are Flowcharts? Frank Gilbreth, an engineer is believed to have created the first “Process Flow Charts” in 1921.

As standard symbols illustrate the steps, it is easy to make out how it all fits together. Uses of Flowcharts The beauty of flowcharts lies in their simplicity. Once the flowchart has been illustrated, it is easy to take a birds-eye view and understand the whole process. A Basic Flowchart Flowcharts come in different shapes and sizes. Maximize your page area. Le grapheur Desmos. Untitled Graph Create AccountorSign In powered by powered by functions $$π Create AccountorSign In to save your graphs! + New Blank Graph Examples Lines: Slope Intercept Form example Lines: Point Slope Form example Lines: Two Point Form example Parabolas: Standard Form example Parabolas: Vertex Form example Parabolas: Standard Form + Tangent example Trigonometry: Period and Amplitude example Trigonometry: Phase example Trigonometry: Wave Interference example Trigonometry: Unit Circle example Conic Sections: Circle example Conic Sections: Parabola and Focus example Conic Sections: Ellipse with Foci example Conic Sections: Hyperbola example Polar: Rose example Polar: Logarithmic Spiral example Polar: Limacon example Polar: Conic Sections example Parametric: Introduction example Parametric: Cycloid example Transformations: Translating a Function example Transformations: Scaling a Function example Transformations: Inverse of a Function example Statistics: Linear Regression example Statistics: Anscomb's Quartet example.