Resource Center - Insights and case studies on Content Curation and Lean Content Marketing Actionable, data-driven and practical resources. Inspiring case studies. Welcome to the Scoop.it resource center. Case Studies Animoto in the Classroom: Activity Ideas Looking to enhance students' Web 2.0 competencies and build 21st-century skills? The Animoto tool allows anyone to create professional-looking projects using audio, photographs and video. Fortunately, if you're a teacher looking to bring this fun and easy multimedia tool into the classroom, a free account will do just fine. Free accounts let students generate projects up to 30 seconds long in a limited number of styles and with a Web-streaming level of visual quality. To get you started, Education World offers three great classroom activity ideas based on free-account features of Animoto.
Lesson Plan 5: The History of the English Language 8 Jun Lesson Plan:History of English Langugae (PDF) Lesson Materials: History of English Language (PDF) In this lesson students will watch several video clips concerning the development of the English language from the time of the Anglo-Saxon invasions to Shakespeare’s day. Students will then read follow up texts, compare and extract of Old English with Modern English, and finally watch as Eddie Izzard purchases a brown cow in Friesland, using only Old English… Links: Great Infographic Making Tools for Teachers 1- Visual.ly This is my favorite tool. It helps you easily create awesome infographics using pre-designed templates. It also lets you create an infographic out of any Twitter Hashtag provided you are signed in which you can do using your Twitter account. 2-Easel.ly This is another great web tool to create infographics.
8 interactive Google Slides activities for classroom excitement Google Slides isn’t just for delivering presentations to an audience. Here are 30 activities that bring interactive learning to students. So often, people think of presentation slides as just that: a visual aid for delivering a presentation in front of an audience. But these slide apps (like Google Slides and PowerPoint in Office 365) really are powerful tools for delivering interactive user experiences. They can also create visually stimulating products to deliver a message and valuable content. By thinking outside the box with Google Slides, PowerPoint, and other similar tools, teachers can create unique learning experiences for students.
Getting started – Feedly One of the most important things we strive for at feedly is to enable you to make your feedly as personal as possible. Content-wise, you can do this by finding the best content based on your needs, interests, Must Read sources, and by connecting feedly to your favorite saving and sharing channels. Beyond that, you can customize your feedly even more by changing the look to what best suits your reading style. Things I like about Animoto for Education byonApril 12, 2013 [byline_dns]? A colleague of mine recently showed me a very cool way for students to create good-looking videos. It’s called Animoto. 11 Classroom Reading Nooks We Love Our favorite part of setting up a classroom is creating the reading area/library! With that in mind, we've gathered some of our favorite classroom reading nooks from around the Web. 1. Welcome to Camp Source: Our small-town Idaho Life
Modern Lessons Welcome to the new online learning platform for the Global Education Database! It’s a free, simple, and quick way to learn new skills, find new education resources, and figure out how to do just about anything a modern teacher or student needs. Take as many courses as you like – they’re free and all you need to do is sign up to get started. Register To Start Learning Collaborative Tools Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach. Get it on the web or iPad! guest Join | Help | Sign In