Free Web Slideshow Software by CodeJam - Freeware Photo SlideShow software for YouTube (& others*) About MemoriesOnWeb MemoriesOnWeb is a powerful yet simple to use slideshow freeware (yes, put your wallet away). It's designed for folks who want to create photo/video slideshows easily and upload to free video hosts* (eg. YouTube) to share it with friends and family.
Free Fractions Tools Conceptua Math includes interactive, visual tools that are ideal for teacher-facilitated, whole-class instruction, "Number Talks" and for parents supporting their students at home. These tools, available free of charge, are located under the Tool Library tab in our full curriculum. The full Conceptua Math curriculum includes integrated teacher supports, adaptive teaching, student investigations, and much more. Teachers Build Instructional Expertise with Supports
Lesson Plan Models ASSURE Model (written by Jennifer Nelson) Overview Developed by Sharon E. Smaldino, James D. Russell, Robert Heinich, and Michael Molenda The ASSURE model is an ISD ( Instructional Systems Design ) process that is designed to integrate technology and media into the teaching and learning environment. 47 Alternatives to Using YouTube in the Classroom . However, many teachers cannot access YouTube in their classrooms. That is why I originally wrote what became one of the most popular posts to ever appear on . That post is now fourteen months old and I've come across more alternatives in that time. Also in that time span some of the resources on the list have shut down. So it's time to update the list.
e-Learning Design and Training Triptico "A simple desktop app, packed full of innovative resources to enable you to quickly create engaging interactive learning." Seven YouTube Channels Not Named Khan Offering Math Lessons Over the weekend I received an email from a reader asking me if I had a list of YouTube channels not named Khan Academy that offer mathematics lessons. I didn't have a list, but I said I would create one. Therefore, here is my short list of YouTube channels not named Khan Academy that offer mathematics lessons. WowMath.org is developed by high school mathematics teacher Bradley Robb. His YouTube channel has more than six hundred videos covering topics in Algebra and Calculus. You can access the videos on a mobile version of WowMath too.
Curated Collections Curriki recommends these curated collections of OERs that have been carefully curated by our Curriki team, Curriki community members who have generously contributed their materials, and content partners. These curated collections will enable educators, parents, and students to quickly and easily find vetted resources. Some collections map to standards and learning objectives. All collections are available free to educators, students and parents. In the spirit of OERs, Curriki encourages our members to adapt the materials to meet their own needs. Use the videos to flip your classesIntegrate the materials into your existing curriculumBuild a brand new curriculum with the OER as the basisSelect individual resources for homework help
CGP Grey 💦 Sneeze on FB: 💦 💦 Sneeze on Twitter: 💦 💦 Sneeze on Tumblr: 💦 😡 Argue about this on the reddit: 😡 Get more updates from CGP Grey: CGP Grey Hoodie: TechSmith's Screen Capture Software Context is everything. Recording a video lets the person on the other end actually hear your voice. So the next time a webpage, PDF, or video edit is sent to you for feedback, consider dropping the red pen and record a video instead. With Snagit, there’s no waiting. Teaching Objects - A Lesson Planner That Integrates Google Drive Teaching Objects is an online lesson planner that I stumbled upon today and that I think has great potential. The first thing that you'll notice when you try Teaching Objects is that you have to create your account using a Google account (either a personal account or a Google Apps for Edu account). Then you can optionally authorize Teaching Objects to access your Google Drive and YouTube accounts. Giving authorization will enable you to pull materials from your Google Drive and YouTube accounts into your Teaching Objects lesson plans.
Screenleap Brings You One Click Screensharing I’m a big fan of services on the web that don’t require me to sign up or install any software. YC company Screenleap fits the bill on both of these things. Screensharing is an important part of being able to hold business meetings from remote locations, and most of the services out there cost money and require annoying software installation. Google+ Hangouts recently got screen sharing as a feature, but it requires everyone to be signed up, logged in, and on the platform.
10 Great Lesson Planning Templates And Resources Recently I wrote about ways to learn through writing lesson plans. Though I believe there’s no right way to write lesson plans, I think it’s helpful to include a few essential components: Objective/learning goal: What will students learn through this lesson?Time: Estimate how long each part of the lesson will take.Differentiation strategies: How will you support students who need extra help and students who need an extra challenge?Sequence: Describe what will happen during each part of the lesson.Assessment: how will you know what students have learned? Check out Scholastic’s New Teacher Guide to Lesson Planning for more information on the basics of lesson planning.
The 5 Minute Lesson Plan *Updated* 28th October 2014 The 5 Minute Lesson Plan is now available in digital format! This means you can now create quick lesson plans online. Read my blog announcement here or go straight to test the software out here now! The 5 Minute Lesson Plan: