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Weebly - Create a free website and a free blog

Weebly - Create a free website and a free blog
Weebly is perfect for creating classroom websites, student e-portfolios, and websites for assigned projects. Our drag & drop website editor is stunningly simple to use, and appropriate for use with students of all ages. Weebly enables your students to express themselves creatively using a variety of multimedia features, all within a protected environment that you control. Weebly was named one of TIME's 50 Best Websites of the year, and here's why: Start creating your site in seconds! Our core advantage is our stunningly easy drag & drop website editor. With Weebly, you can password protect all your students' websites with one click. If you can imagine it, you can do it with Weebly. Post class updates, homework assignments, and news for parents using our super slick blogging features. It is completely free to create and publish a website with Weebly. We don't place advertising on your site, and never will. Deciding on a look for your website couldn't be easier.

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by TES - About Introduction Wikispaces Classroom is a social writing platform for education. We make it incredibly easy to create a classroom workspace where you and your students can communicate and work on writing projects alone or in teams. Letter to the Parents - Memorable Math With Ms. Napolitano Dear Parents and Guardians, My name is Christa Napolitano and I will be your child's teacher for Algebra this school year. Mathematics is my passion; I am committed to helping each one of my students develop a love, respect and appreciation for mathematical concepts. Math is not only an important school subject, but more particularly an important subject for life.

What is the Backchannel? What is TodaysMeet? TodaysMeet is the premier backchannel chat platform for classroom teachers and learners. Designed for teachers, TodaysMeet takes great care to respect the needs and privacy of students while giving educators the tools for success. Build Great Classroom Websites with Weebly for Education If you are looking to create a classroom website with a free website builder, take a look at Weebly. It’s ad-free, full of customization options, and has a dedicated education arm at Weebly for Education. Its easy to use drop and drop interface is ideal for busy teachers, and you can even create student accounts that you moderate from a central dashboard. I first used Weebly for Education several years ago when I was still teaching 4th grade.

Journal » Archive » Prezi + Webcomics = ? April 6th, 2009 The online presentation tool Prezi goes into public beta this week. It’s a zooming interface designed for presentations which caught the eye of a few of us in the lunatic fringe as having potential applications for you know what. Using Weebly to build your Classroom Website Here’s a follow-up to an earlier Weebly post: There have been increasing numbers of educators who find that a classroom website is a good way to stay organized. Here are some basic, very useful functions: AnnouncementsClass CalendarHomework AssignmentsSupply ListsPicturesPost Student WorkParent Involvement/Volunteer OpportunitiesClassroom Rules and PoliciesLinksYour Bio and Contact Info A website is more informative, while a blog, ning or wiki is more interactive because they allow students to contribute.

Don’t call me DOM » Prezi vs JessyInk I gave a couple of talks over the past month, where I chose not to use the W3C-traditional HTML-based slides (using Slidy), but instead to use a more graphical approach, using two different tools: Prezi, a Flash-based commercial tool that I used for a presentation I gave on Web 2.0 and beyondJessyInk, an open-source extension to the open-source SVG editor InkScape, with which I built the presentation I gave on W3C and the Social Web. I’m summarizing below my experiences with both these tools. Prezi Video Tutorials to Help You Create A Classroom Website Using Weebly September 27, 2014 One of my favourite free web tools I always recommend for creating classroom websites ( besides Google sites) is Weebly for Education. Technically speaking, Weebly is very easy to set up. Also, its drag and drop editor is pretty simple to use. You can add videos, pictures, maps and text by simply dragging them to your website.

Prezi: Presentations With a Twist: Business Collaboration News « Just about every presentation app works the same way: Whether you rely on Powerpoint, Keynote or another presentation application, you’re sharing a series of slides that progress in a linear fashion. While you can craft beautiful presentations, you’re up against a format that never changes. One web-based application is working on changing that, though: Prezi has an intuitive interface for both building a presentation and sharing it with your audience. One Big Page

My Life as a Middle School English Teacher: Flowers for Algernon - Part I This is my third year teaching eighth grade (after eight years teaching every possible reading/writing variation of seventh grade we have had). When I left seventh grade, I was teaching writing, and eighth grade is predominantly focused upon reading. One of the biggest issues I have had has been pacing. After two years of trying to manage every listed reading assignment in our curriculum, I threw it all out the window and decided to simply teach - and it is paying off. Unfortunately, there are still requirements. One of the eighth grade required readings for eighth graders is the short story "Flowers for Algernon."

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