7 Excellent Tools for Assessment in One to One Classroom May 11, 2014 Today I am sharing with you a set of useful web tools for assessment in the one to one classroom. These tools are compiled by Apple Distinguished Educator Monica from Class Tech Tips and featured in this presentation . One of the tools included in this slideshow called Understoodit is no longer available and has become EventMobi. Here is a round-up of all the assessment tools Monica compiled: Bienvenido de vuelta - Pipedrive Pipedrive and Google Calendar Integration Receives a Comprehensive Update hace 3 días The integration between Pipedrive and Google Calendar has received a hefty and strong overhaul, making the integration far faster and more customizable than before. Here’s a brief overview of the 3 updates to the Pipedrive-Google Calendar integration: 1.
Split PDF - Extract pages from your PDF The online tool that let's you select and extract pages from a PDF and then saves them in a new document - splitting a PDF has never been so easy. Drop PDF here From Google Drive From Dropbox Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Here Is A great Interactive Tool to Teach Students How to Read A Map Here is a great educational tool we came across today as we were working on the list of social studies websites for elementary students. Reading a Map is an interactive web tool provided by the National Park Service that helps students develop their reading map skills. Students get to learn how to read different data on the map, identify major types of maps and navigate their ways through the typography of a map. The tool is free to use and does not require any software installation or registration. To use this map reading tool, head over to this page and click on ‘Let’s go’. Follow the instructions as you go through the slides.
How to Find the Location where a Picture was taken? 15 Jul 2012 This quick tip explains how you can find out the location where a picture was possibly taken with the help of Google Images. couch mode print story Say you are exploring interesting places on the Internet and come across a gorgeous destination that you would like to visit sometime in future. The only problem is that the web photograph carries no text caption and you therefore have no clue of the location where that picture was possible taken. 12 Puzzle and Quiz Creation tools for teachers There are many different sites on the internet that allow you to create your own puzzles and games to use either directly in class, or which can be linked to/embedded into your VLE. I’ve been doing some trawling ahead of a training session I am running soon, and here are a few of the best ones that I’ve found. There are others out there, but the focus specifically for my session was KS4 and 5, so these links are aimed at older students.
Four Steps to Simplify Your Daily Social Media Activities « Social Media Examiner Do you engage with your audience on multiple social platforms? Do you want to work more efficiently? Focusing your efforts on the social channels and engagement signals that are most beneficial to your business can save you time. In this article you’ll discover how to create a social media to-do list in four steps. 9 Free Tools to Create Educational Cartoons Below is a list of some of the best free online cartoon making tools. I know how important visual aids are in education and applications such as the ones mentioned down are just what we really need to spice up our learning and teaching. Feel free to bookmark and share the list with your friends and colleagues. You will also find a slideshow below that contains all these tools. 1- Cartoonizer
30+ Fun Ways to Teach The Notes Of The Staff What’s your favourite way to teach the notes of the staff? I’m a member of a number of “music teacher groups” – email discussion lists and Facebook groups which are a great way to connect with others and get answers to questions that are music-ed related. “What are your favourite ways to teach the notes of the staff?” is a common question that pops up every few months or so (sometimes every few weeks!) and everyone shares the online games, videos and apps that they use to teach or reinforce the notes of the treble and bass clef. 10 Websites that Teach Coding and More So you want to learn to code, do you? Well, you happen to be in luck, as it has never been easier or cheaper to learn that new skill, and there are plenty of websites that teach coding and more. They will help turn you from zero to hero, as long as you stick to it and practice, practice, practice! 1. Codeacademy Codeacademy leads you through the process of learning to program web-oriented languages.
Quiz-Busters Plenary and Revision Quiz from teachers-direct Quiz-Busters is an interactive plenary quiz for two teams based on the popular television quiz program Blockbusters. The resource is designed to be used on an interactive whiteboard as a teacher led activity but can be played by individual students. Hopefully you and your students will find this a fun alternative to traditional question and answer plenary and can actively contribute to Assessment for Learning (AFL). Completely free to use! Great for SATs Revision or GCSE revision.
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socrative- tablet apps 4edu Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers by engaging their classrooms with a series of educational exercises and games. Our apps are super simple and take seconds to login. Socrative runs on tablets, smartphones, and laptops.