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Crear presentaciones de diapositivas, compartir y retocar fotos - Completely Free Text Messaging AP Timeline Reader - News Timelines The AP Timeline Reader is a new experimental tool developed by the Associated Press. The Timeline Reader is intended to give readers a way to create custom timeline displays of the type of news stories that matter to them. AP gives you ten news categories to pick to display on your timeline. You can select all ten categories, just one category, or a number in between. Once you've made your selections, news stories will be displayed on your timeline. Place your cursor over a story to enlarge it and read it. Applications for Education The AP Timeline Reader could be a nice visual way for students to browse for news stories that appeal to them. Here are some related items that may be of interest to you:The Week in Rap - Fun News SummariesTen by Ten - Visual Links to World NewsReview the News With the CNN Challenge

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Educators as Collaborators: 25+ Resources Posted by Shelly Terrell on Tuesday, November 2nd 2010 Part of the Cool Sites series Collaboration is the real step to education transformation. When we gather to produce, our ideas, talents, and skills embody our final outcome. Each person who participates has the ability to add full attention to the designated task versus one person spread thin over several tasks. Collaboration is also important for students who will have to work with others in some capacity to be able to problem solve or brainstorm. Why Teaching Online Collaboration is Important While completing my Masters online, I discovered that many people lacked collaboration skills. Why is Online Collaboration Different than Face to Face Collaboration? Online collaboration is very different than in person collaboration mainly because we don’t have nonverbal cues to support our messages. Top Collaboration Sites These are my favorites free tools to get your students and you collaborating! Collaborative Document & Whiteboard Tools

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5 Innovative Classroom Management Tools for Teachers The Smarter Products Series is supported by IBM. Find out more about how IBM is working to create a Smarter Planet. Few teachers are drawn to the profession for its administrative duties. But the reality of attendance taking, lesson planning, grading and parental communications is that they're a big part of the job. These tasks, however, need not take over. Here are five of our favorite virtual tools for tackling some of the most common classroom chores. 1. SchoolCircuit won us over by making its online gradebook easy to access for parents and students, and easy to manage for teachers. The interface makes it easy to create classes and notifies the teacher when students and parents create their accounts. Another similar free option is Engrade, which also includes options to build online quizzes and create class wikis. 2. As more students complete their work on computers, why not skip the paper drafts and give input online? 3. 4. 5. Series Supported by IBM

Block ads without a plugin - is a free online ad-blocker Free Pictures - 12 Ways to Create Videos Without a Camera or Software It wasn't that long ago that creating videos in your classroom meant that you had to have access to cameras and editing software. That is no longer the case. Now with nothing more than a reliable Internet connection you and your students can create all kinds of documentary, entertainment, and how-to videos. Some of the resources listed below are also featured in my free guide Making Videos on the Web where you will find how-to directions with annotated screen captures. JayCut is a free, online, video editing service. Masher is a great, free, tool for creating video mash-ups. Animoto makes it possible to quickly create a video using still images, music, and text. Flixtime is a video creation service that is quite similar to Animoto and Stupeflix. Photo Peach is a new service that allows you to quickly and easily create an audio slideshow, with captions, from images in your Flickr, Picassa, or Facebook account. Memoov is a free service for creating animated videos.