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15 Wonderful Chrome Extensions for Students

15 Wonderful Chrome Extensions for Students
1- Docs Quickly Create a Google Doc, Spreadsheet, Presentation, or Drawing directly from your Chrome bar. No need to launch docs.google.com; just a single click, and you have a new document. 2- Save as PDF This extension lets you easily save web pages to pdf. 3- Evernote Web Clipper Use the Evernote extension to save things you see on the web into your Evernote account. 4- Write Space Write Space is a customizable full-screen text-editor that lives in your web-browser. 5- Easy Bib Tools Automatically cite web sites with one click using the EasyBib Toolbar. 6- Todo.ly Todo.ly is an intuitive and easy to use online Todo list, and Task Manager. If you have shared some documents with others on Google Docs, before you had to go check whether anyone's modified them. Easily share and save your attachments. 9- Send to Google Drive Allows you to upload a pdf version of the current page to your Google Drive using the pdfcrowd service. 10- Stay Focused ✔Keep all your to-dos in sync 15- Panic Button Related:  Herramientas google: plantillas, drive...

7 extensiones para poner fondos HD y más cosas en la “Nueva pestaña” de Chrome Con la multifuncional barra de URL de Chrome el espacio predeterminado de la página de “Nueva pestaña” del navegador pareciera desperdiciarse. Pues bien, compartimos hoy 7 excelentes extensiones, como actualización de este otro listado, que sí le dan un útil uso a este valioso y concurrido espacio llenándolo de coloridos fondos y productivas herramientas: 1. Google Art Project: Obras maestras de artistas famosos y nuevos exponentes Google Art Project, el proyecto de Google para virtualizar obras artísticas de todos los rincones de la tierra, ofrece una extensión que lleva fascinantes imágenes de sus colecciones culturales al navegador. 2. 3. ArchDaily es un popular portal enfocado en temas de Arquitectura, en particular, imágenes de novedosos proyectos, guías, noticias y otros contenidos especializados. 4. 5. 6. No se puede hablar de imágenes y fotografías de alta calidad sin hacer mención a la enorme base de Flickr. 7.

70+ Web Tools Organized For Bloom's Digital Taxonomy The number of web tools currently available to teachers, administrators, and students is downright absurd. You can’t swing an iPad without hitting a free web tool looking to revolutionize your classroom. Luckily, there are a few brave souls out in the world wide web attempting to organize the chaos a bit. We like to take our best shot here at Edudemic but also like to showcase some of the great organizing done by others. One of those fabulous organizers is Phillippa Cleaves ( @pipcleaves – worth following!) from Sydney, Australia who built the Prezi you see below. The web tools are all listed (and clickable!) NOTE: You can click on any of the web tools listed in the presentation to go to their respective website. Source of top image: Wikispaces

8 interactive Google Slides activities for classroom excitement Google Slides isn’t just for delivering presentations to an audience. Here are 30 activities that bring interactive learning to students. So often, people think of presentation slides as just that: a visual aid for delivering a presentation in front of an audience. But these slide apps (like Google Slides and PowerPoint in Office 365) really are powerful tools for delivering interactive user experiences. They can also create visually stimulating products to deliver a message and valuable content. By thinking outside the box with Google Slides, PowerPoint, and other similar tools, teachers can create unique learning experiences for students. We originally curated 8 interactive Google Slides activities in this post but have found so many amazing ideas since then we knew we need to update! Below you will find our original 8 ideas plus 22 (yes 22!) 1. I created a PDF ebook to help you create PDF ebooks. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Want to see an example? . 9. 10. Resources: 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

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4 New Excellent Google Drive Templates for Teachers March 3, 2016 A few months ago we wrote a review of the new Templates gallery for Docs, Sheets and Slides and we featured some of the best templates teachers can use in their instruction. Yesterday Google added another set of awesome templates designed by ‘five experts in their field’. Apart from the first two templates that are geared more towards professionals in business and finance, the three remaining templates are directly relevant to us in education and you can use them for a wide variety of instructional purposes. Here is a brief overview of each one of them: I- Google Docs:1- Book Report by Reading Rainbow This is a great template students can use to create book reports. 2- Lesson Plan by Reading Rainbow This is another excellent template created by Reading Rainbow. This template from Google Science Fair is ideal for students working on their science projects or any other project.

5 Tools Students Can Use to Create Alternative Book Reports This afternoon someone emailed me asking for some suggestions for tools for creating book trailer videos. It has been two years since I last wrote about the topic so I created a new list of tools for creating book trailers. Book trailers are short videos designed to spark a viewer's interest in a book. Animoto makes it possible to quickly create a video using still images, music, video clips, and text. WeVideo is a collaborative online video creation tool. Pixntell is an iPad app for quickly creating simple narrated photostories. Narrable is a neat service for creating short narrated slideshows.

5 Excellent Google Presentation Templates for Teachers November 4, 2015 The latest update to Google Drive has brought about some interesting performance-enhancing features one of which is the new templates gallery for Slides, Sheets and Docs. The gallery comprises a verity of pre-designed templates arranged into different categories such as Work, Education, and Personal. These templates are a good way to get you started creating a file with a specific purpose, ‘for example a resume in Docs, a budget plan in Sheets, or a project proposal in Slides, you can quickly get started by using a template.’ Here is how to find and use templates in each of the Docs, Sheets, and Slides home screens: 1- On a computer, open the home screen for the type of template you want: 2- Select one of the featured templates at the top of the page. 1-Lesson Plan This is a great template to use for lesson plan presentations. 2-Students Certificate This one is for creating customized certificates to reward students for their achievements. 3- Field Trip 4- Book Report

The 4 Essential Organization Apps For Your Classroom—And Tons of Ideas For Using Them Mobile Learning | Feature The 4 Essential Organization Apps For Your Classroom—And Tons of Ideas For Using Them By Michelle Cheasty 05/28/13 As we move deeper into the digital world, it becomes increasingly critical that we utilize the technology at our fingertips to get (and stay) organized. But where to start? Evernote Evernote is an online notebook that allows you to sync notes among various devices. As you begin to get organized with Evernote, you'll start by creating notebooks, which are basically a repository of your individual notes on a given topic or theme. So how do I use this in my classroom? As educators, we have all been asked to provide a copy of our notes for students from time to time. Dropbox Dropbox is a web-based storage service that allows users to share files and folders among multiple mobile devices. Even with the free version, users can “earn” more space by completing tasks such as an introduction tutorial and tweeting about Dropbox.

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