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ClassTools.net Interactive Learning Tool

ClassTools.net Interactive Learning Tool

http://www.classtools.net/education-games-php/fruit_machine

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Interactive teaching Clock digital,analogue,telling time & angles Introduction The clock for learning time has movable hands. It has three main modes, the first demonstrates how to tell the time using an analogue clock. The second mode uses the the clock hands as a way of learning angles. The third mode uses the clock as a way to help understand fractions. Arcade Games Arcade Game Generator Input one set of questions and answers, and create a whole batch of interactive, arcade-style games [view examples] Save them for use in the class, embed them in your blog/website/wiki! IPad versions of "Wordshoot" and "Flashcards" already available - more to follow! Plagiarism Checker Plagiarism Checker Transform your history classroom. ActiveHistory provides entertaining, educational award-winning interactive simulations, decision-making games, self-marking quizzes, high-quality worksheets and detailed lesson plans for teachers and students. Useful Links

eduCanon Design, Edit, Share Paste video URLs from YouTube, TeacherTube, SchoolTube, Shmoop, and elsewhere. Add rich, dynamic questions during the video, making a 'bulb'. Share with colleagues, classes, and students through embed codes or links. Find, Collaborate, Tweak 18 Awesome Survey & Poll Apps Customer feedback and market research are among the critical factors that determine the success of a brand. If you care for your customers or are a true believer in a democratic process before rolling out a new product/feature, polls and surveys are the right tools. Online surveys are by far the fastest and cheapest modes to collect information and feedback from users. We’ve put together a list of online survey and polling apps for you to get a better understanding of your customer’s mindset. Do read on.

The Best Sites For Making Crossword Puzzles & Hangman Games I’ve already posted a list of sites where both teachers and students can make more sophisticated online games that would be useful for language development — The Best Websites For Creating Online Learning Games. Today, I’d like to create another “The Best…” list, this time focusing on more simple and “old-fashioned” word games like crossword puzzles and hangman. I’ll share places where you can create these games for free and have them hosted online so anyone can play them at anytime and will also list sites that allow you to easily create the games, but for printing out hard copies only.

Q&A: How to Teach Your Students About Their Digital Footprint We’ll be at ISTE next month presenting on the importance of starting early with digital citizenship, in elementary school. We’ll be co-presenting with Samuel Walker, a K-5 technology teacher from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, whose leadership has helped make digital citizenship a priority in his school from policy to practice. In preparation, we sat down with Walker, a proponent of problem-based learning and self-proclaimed homework skeptic, to gain some insight into his unique approach to digital literacy education. Now a technology facilitator at Kimmel Farm Elementary, Walker has been in the classroom for the last 17 years.

How It Works 1. Build a Custom Sign Up Choose a design theme and enter the dates, times and slots for which you need people to sign up! 2. Invite Your Group Innovative Technology in Science Inquiry Help Contents Four steps to Getting Started 1. Launch the Portal Click here to watch the video on 'Launching the Portal'. Begin by launching the portal with the orange button.

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