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iLearn Technology eyePlorer. Posted by admin | Posted in Interactive Whiteboard, Language Arts, Middle/High School, Primary Elementary, Science, Secondary Elementary, Social Studies, Teacher Resources, web tools, Websites | Posted on 31-03-2009 Tags: classroom, explore, eyePlorer, google, note taking, notebook, notes, research, teacher, tenkely, visual, wikipedia What it is: eyePlorer is a really cool site that allows students “explore and process knowledge.”
Student type in a word or words to research. eyePlorer pulls information from Wikipedia and puts it into a color wheel of information. When students hover over the different areas of the color wheel, they get a sentence or two about their subject. There is a notebook where students can drag and drop facts that they want to remember. How to integrate eyePlorer into the classroom: This is a truly unique way for students to research and explore new information. Leave a comment and tell us how you are using eyePlorer in your classroom. The Hyperwords Company. Glue: The Next Marketing Tool for Creatives. Glue is a free Firefox add-on that lets you take your social network to every major site you visit.
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My $23/month iPhone (updated) 50+ Ways To Create Digital Stories With Students. Creating stories using web tools is fun and engaging for student while also teaching them new skills.
Best of all you can embed them in blog posts to grab readers; including something a bit different makes reading posts more interesting. Web Tools For Creating Stories To make the task easier we have Alan Levine‘s 50+ Ways to tell a story. This excellent resource documents how each of more than fifty Web 2.0 tools can be used to create a story using images, audio, and/or video. It has been broken into the following sections: My favorite section is examples of the same story created using each of the 50+ tools because he has a simple review of each and you can check out the example to see if it fits your needs before using it yourself or with your students. Embedding Stories in Blog Posts Once you have created your stories it is embedded into blog posts using the same procedure for embedding any HTML code. Would love your feedback: Micro Persuasion: The Next Twitter or Facebook is the Open Web. Twenty-Two Interesting Ways to use Twitter in the Classroom - Go.
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