65 Free Interactive Whiteboard Resources Interactive whiteboard resources are a great way for teachers to engage classrooms in learning. While many teachers are spending hours a day creating their own activities for their interactive whiteboards, there are tons of free sources to help teachers learn about and use IWBs with students to further their use of technology in the classroom. Here is a list of some great interactive whiteboard resources and activities guaranteed to stimulate learning: General Interactive Whiteboard Resources for Teachers
Classroom Timers - Fun Timers Online-Stopwatch Classroom Timers - Fun Timers for classrooms and meetings :-)Holiday Timers - More Fun Timers - But these are Holiday Themed! :-)Random Name Pickers - Probably the BEST random Name Pickers online! All Free and easy to use :-)Random Number Generators - Need to pick some random numbers? - Try our Random Number Generators! Lensoo Create Lensoo Create turns your Android tablet into a virtual whiteboard with voice recording, video and smooth digital writing. Using Lensoo Create you can quickly share your ideas through email, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn from virtually anywhere. You can also download recordings on the website. Whether you are a teacher looking to instill knowledge, a student wishing to present your ideas or simply a person with an impressive skill to share, Lensoo Create is for you. Premium features includes video recording, additional shapes, highlighter, laser pointer and more. Publish your recordings to YouTube directly.
Headliner - A Good Alternative to Adobe Spark Video In the last episode of the Practical Ed Tech Podcast I answered the following question from a reader, "I was wondering if I may ask for a suggestion/recommendation. I have some eighth grade students creating videos incorporating music. I'd prefer not to use adobe spark because I don't want the adobe logo on each slide. What would you suggest?
The Future of Facilitation Virtual Workshop Recap + Blog + Voltage Control Addressing the need for virtual facilitation amidst the coronavirus pandemic The unknowns of COVID-19 pose a concern for how to continue business as usual and many facilitators have found themselves wondering how to navigate this transition. So last week, Voltage Control hosted a virtual workshop to discuss the future of facilitation. 120 participants from coast to coast, as well as Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa, joined in a live Zoom gathering to explore what is possible and how together we can shape a new virtual space and learn from one another. “As facilitators, we should be always be adapting to what’s happening around us and looking for ways to apply our skills to challenges beyond our workplace to help our communities during challenging times.” –Anthony Sanchez, Experience Lead at Funsize We have curated the important findings and takeaways from the workshop in the following recap.
Google for Education For Education Spark learning with G Suite for Education A suite of free productivity tools to help students and teachers interact seamlessly and securely across devices. Get G Suite for Education What’s included A full suite of educational tools for your school. details?id=com.masterkeygames Learn English - Listening Master is and educational game for kids and students of all ages. Listening Master will help you understand and learn English better, improve your English language skills and help you learn real English spoken in everyday situations. Learn English - Listening Master makes a game out of helping you to practice and improve your English listening skills through dictation using real English conversations in a fun, enjoyable and educational way. Learn real English and practice your English listening skills by typing the letters of the words you hear or tapping the words of the audio to form the sentences. English Listening Master is a fun and educational game for kids, seniors and English language students of all ages who want to learn English and improve their listening skills in a more entertaining way. Perfect classroom audio listening recordings don't prepare you for listening in the real world.
Quick Tips for Creating Tutorials Last month I provided some tools that can be used for creating online tutorials and videos. This month, I am sharing my list of tips for improving videos. These tips are some things that I have learned along the way through trial and error. If you don’t currently create videos and need to start, don’t be intimidated. You will see that it gets easier over time. As usual, the professional development is available at the end of the post. Animate Anything With Cloud Stop Motion Cloud Stop Motion by ZU3D is a new stop motion animation tool that I recently learned about from Danny Nicholson's The Whiteboard Blog. Cloud Stop Motion is a browser-based tool for creating short stop motion videos. I gave it a try this afternoon and found it quite easy to use. You can try Cloud Stop Motion without creating an account. That said, I'd recommend creating a free account because without one your video has to be so short that you really can't get a sense for how all of the tools work. Once you've created your Cloud Stop Motion account you should enable your webcam so that you can use it to capture pictures of objects that you place in front of it.
Future Shock is Here: A Future Now Special Edition The far-reaching consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are a stark reminder that global shocks will always be part of life. While shocks, by definition, are unpredictable, it doesn’t mean you can’t prepare for them. In fact, the purpose of futures thinking (like the kind we do at IFTF) is to develop practical tools, skills, and other capacities to anticipate, survive, and even benefit from disruptions of all kinds. The planetary shock of COVID-19 is a call-to-action for futures thinkers around the globe to get serious about the need to develop multifarious scenarios and flexible contingency plans. In this special edition of IFTF's Future Now, we’re going to look at the coronavirus from a futurist’s perspective by framing three key big questions and by sharing a curated set of links to videos, essays, and other resources from IFTF experts to help you start to formulate answers that make sense for you, your organization, and your community now.
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