6 New Educational Web Tools for Teachers This week's list of educational web tools has a variety of new services that we have handpicked for you from different blogs and platforms. If you are a teacher whose work eats away all his/her time leaving him/her with no time to go online and digg for some new technology resources to use with their students then dont worry we did the digging for you and here is what we have for you for this week : 1- Bee Clip ToDoList Resources Â© AbstractSpoon Software ToDoList is licensed under an Eclipse Public License 1.0 ToDoList is a rare form of task management tool, one that allows you to repeatedly sub-divide your tasks into more manageable pieces whilst still presenting a clean and intuitive user experience. ToDoList has been in continuous development for the last 10 years and is an ongoing project. Your tasklists are stored in XML which provides many opportunities for advanced formatting and printing using stylesheets. ToDoList's flexible design makes it ideal for both IT related projects as well as more general GTD uses.
Mind Maps : There's something happening here, but you don't know what it is... - Simplexities At Google's head office, they cover the walls. In Newsweek (Jan/06) Bill Gates talked about how they can be used to "help connect and synthesize ideas and data—and ultimately create new knowledge". Mind maps are tools which help you think and learn.
5 Recommended iPad Screensharing Apps The iPad is supposed to make teaching and learning easier, right? But if you’ve ever tried to talk your mom through a new task on her computer or iPad without being able to show her what you’re doing, you can understand that some frustration might ensue as you try to get an entire class to follow along with you. Or maybe you want to show a quick video or diagram, but holding up your iPad to the class really isn’t reaching everyone. There are a lot of folks out there who feel your pain, and to ease it just a bit, they’ve created Apps to share your screen. There are a lot of them out there, so we’ve sifted through and picked out some of the better ones to give you a good place to start. 6 useful Wi-Fi tools for Windows September 1, 2010 06:00 AM ET Computerworld - We live in a mobile world; if you have a laptop (and who doesn't?), that means constantly connecting to the Internet via Wi-Fi. You most likely use Wi-Fi not just when you're on the road at cafés, airports or hotels, but to connect to your home network too. You might even connect to a wireless network at the office.
Porta photo album generator A no-nonsense, hassle-free photo album generator Porta turns an image directory into a neatly formatted web photo album. Besides being free its primary virtues are: