Templates and posters Here I have gathered some templates and posters that you are free to use. :) All templates designed by me. EXIT and ENTRY TICKETS: Entry and exit ticket by pnillaelanderEXIT by pnillaelander Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Simple Tool to Create Stunning Video Animations for Your Class September 19, 2015 Biteable is a web-based tool that allows you to create beautiful explainer videos to share with your students. Explainer videos are short animated clips that make use of a wide variety of visuals and multimedia materials to communicate a message in a concise and comprehensible way. You probably have already seen some examples of Explainer videos on ads played on YouTube, several companies use this kind of videos to advertise their products.
Fake News Resources for Teachers Resources to Help You Get Started: Super fun to have everyone jumping on the “fake news” bandwagon – we media literacy folks have been barking about this for YEARS! Welcome! =) In no particular order, here are some resources on fake news, fake news creation and how to identify it. The Complete Fairytale Play Theatre Welcome to The Complete Fairytale Play Theater! Set the stage, choose your characters, and create and record your own story! – ALL of the content from our Fairytale Play Theater app unlocked, with NO additional in-app purchase – Features rich artwork from Nosy Crow’s award-winning series of fairytale apps: The Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, Snow White, and Goldilocks and Little Bear
Grammar Bytes! Grammar Instruction with Attitude Grammar Instruction with Attitude Home • Terms • Exercises • MOOC • Handouts • Presentations • Videos • Rules • About • Shop • Feedback ©1997 - 2019 by Robin L. SimmonsAll Rights Reserved. valid html Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Eight Free tools for Teachers to Make Awesome Infographics 1- Easel.ly This is a great tool that allows users to create visually rich infographics from pre-designed themes. It is very easy to use and only drag and drop. It actually supports Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. 2- Stat Planet This one here allows users to create amazing visualisations and share them with others. It can be used either within your browser or download the software for free. 3- Hohli This is an awesome chart maker. Making Sense of ICT Capability in the Classroom Recently, I was exploring the Digital Technologies Hub website (if you haven’t already been on there, spoiler: it’s awesome!) While on there, I stumbled across a series of infographics about the ICT Capability and Digital Technologies curriculum. These infographics got me a little excited… So much so, that I sat down straight away to write this article so I could share them with you! In the Australian Curriculum, we have the ICT Capability and the Digital Technologies subject.
SEALL – Supporting EAL Learners Most classrooms are decorated with students’ work, info graphs and posters. Unfortunately they are static and are rarely used for learning. A way to make your displays more interactive is by making sure to leave space for translations for students’ own languages The photo below is a great example of a multilingual display from my classroom. Every year I ask my students to come up with their own set of rules for the classroom. They then take a photo that represents that rule and write down the rules in their home language.