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Put multiple links into one - Oops! The bunch is either not defined or has been blocked. If you followed this bunch link from another website, you should notify the site owner. Freeplane - Mind Mapper to Replace FreeMind ref: forum item "Anyone actively working on FreeMind?" ( & other FreeMind related threads from over the years -- How about getting Freeplane into apps available for download from PApps website ("Portable App Directory" listing)? -- A development fork from FreeMind is FreePlane ( which looks like a solid Mind Mapping application that already has a portable version available which is supposed to function with the Portable Apps launcher. I've had some issues with getting the portable version working with the PApps launcher -- related to need for JRE needed to be installed on the supporting OS (similar issue as with FreeMind).

FREE iOS and Android App Maker How it Works This is the basic workflow used when working with the online control panel and the iOS or Android software developer kits (SDK) to make mobile apps. The steps are not always done in this order but this is the general idea. Blog: Top 10 Google Apps Scripts for Education Get Google Apps News & Tips Today’s guest blog post is contributed by Andrew Stillman, he is a 15-year veteran STEM and outdoor educator and Senior Systems Developer at New Visions for Public Schools, where he supports 76 NYC secondary schools in the use of Google Apps for Education and other sustainable technologies. His goal is to foster efficient, high-capacity urban schools through the development of automation and system-building tools that allow educators to solve their own systems and workflow challenges. Andrew is also the author and collaborator of numerous popular Google Apps Scripts for educators that are featured in this post.

The 35 Best Web 2.0 Classroom Tools Chosen By You 100 Web 2.0 Tools Every Teacher Should Know About 44.24K Views 0 Likes We're always trying to figure out the best tools for teachers, trends in the education technology industry, and generally doing our darnedest to bring you new and exciting ways to enhance the classroom. The Best 210 Websites To Help Teachers Make Learning Fun The 90-Second History Of Education 9.77K Views 0 Likes Well here's an insanely detailed infographic to peruse. It's the history of education and details the past, present, and future. Beyond EPUB3 Platform Easily publish Android App from EPUB format eBook. Suitable for EPUB3 format eBookPossible to publish Single book and Multiple books AppUse the preview before licensingApp maker is compatible with Android device (Starting with Kitkat 4.4 version)License key will be sent to your emailSupporting OS: Windows 7, Windows 8Viewporter EPUB3 Editor is most compatible with App makerPublish your EPUB file from EPUB3 Editor. Free Download here!Can be published on Google Play Store within a day! Purpose: ALL FREEWindows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10Free Download: Get It Now! - FREE DownloadTotal Download: 2,047 since June. 6, 2014Manual Download(PDF version) ViewPorter™ App Maker for Android Manual Download

Quipol Thousands of you have built polls to learn from and interact with the world, and I want to thank you now for your patronage, your feedback, and all the excitement that you have brought to my life. I owe you an explanation, so here it is: We’re not out of money, and we’re not out of passion—on the contrary, this journey has ended so that another one can begin. In July of 2012, I started building a new application with three other gentlemen, with the hopes of bringing a new level of simplicity, elegance, and usability to business-based education and training. I wanted to take everything I’d learned at Quipol about dead-simple workflows and ease-of-use and bring it to a market filled with products where the opposite was the rule.

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Top 13 Educational Tools Online that Every Teacher Should Know The proliferation of web-based tools seems to be growing with an ever-increasing pace. Teachers have a lot to gain from these new resources that are making their work easier. However, with the immense choice of websites and online tools devoted to the educational process, it may become difficult to determine the ones that are really worth the time spent in exploring. In this article, we will make the process of selection easier by listing some of the most effective free web tools that advance the classroom environment.

15 Tips For Facilitating Online Discussion Facilitating discussions between students is one of those things that is infinitely easier when you’re teaching in a physical classroom rather than online. When the students are all in one room, discussions happen more naturally. Facilitating the same type of productive, useful discussion when teaching online is more of a challenge. The handy infographic below from Mia MacMeekin takes a look at some tips and best practices for facilitating discussions when you’re teaching online. If you teach online and have any favorite tips and tricks, leave us a message in the comments!

Why MOOCs Are Great for Teacher Development For a while there, the word “MOOC” seemed to be on everyone’s tongue. For many educators who had reached their saturation points, MOOCs were the education world’s version of a song you heard every single time you turned on the radio and little by little grew to hate. In the background of all this oversaturation though, MOOCs have actually been embraced by a lot of great schools and professors. And the courses now available include a number of subjects aimed directly at teachers. 3 Reasons to Consider Taking a MOOC Even if most schools didn’t require continuing education, teachers could benefit from seeking out opportunities to learn more.

4 Great YouTube Channels That Provide Intelligent Content for Students April 5, 2015 For today’s post, we have curated for you 4 interesting YouTube channels to recommend to your students.These popular educational channels feature educative videos ideal for inclusion in classroom instruction. Students can use them independently to expand their knowledge and push the limits of their intellectual curiosity. The content shared on these channels is adequately challenging for students and will definitely benefit their cognitive growth and raise their critical awareness to a wide range of topical subjects. 1- Crash Course In this channel, teachers John and Hank Green provide some excellent video explanations and tutorials on a variety of topics related to World History, Biology, Literature, Ecology, Chemistry, and US History.

10 great virtual field trips to check out in 2017 Virtual field trips let you take students all over the world to unique experiences they wouldn’t get otherwise. Here are 10 to check out. (Public domain image via Pixabay.com) In 2004, I was about to start my first teaching job.

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