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Super Teacher Tools SaraBruun Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 7 of The Best Chrome Apps for EFL... February 27, 2015 Today we are sharing with you some useful Chrome apps to help your students with their language learning. These apps are particularly helpful for EFL and ESL learners. They (the apps) provide a wide variety of activities, games, flashcards and exercises on language practice. Almost all of them are geared towards solidifying students' vocabulary learning and empowering learners with a rich and diversified lexicon to assist them in their writing and reading comprehension. 1- Duolingo Google chose Duolingo as the best language app for 2014. 2- Flashcard Stash Flashcard Stash enables students to learn through the use of interactive flashcards. 3- iVocab iVocab is an ideal app for those preparing for GRE,TOEFL and SAT quizzes. 4- Vocabla Vocabla is another popular language learning app in the Chrome store. 5- Flashcards Flashcards is a good app for language practice. 6-

sundelius | Magister Sundelius IKT-blogg PowToon, free business presentation software animated video maker and PowerPoint alternative logopedisa Malberts melodier Jeopardy Style Review Game Creator The Instant Jeopardy Review Game has been designed and dramatically improved to make it the perfect review game for a wide variety of classroom uses. This tool is a fun and interactive way to review content in your classroom, meeting, conference, or other group setting. The new and improved version of the Jeopardy Review Game includes the following features: Simple insertion of pictures on Question and/or Answer slides Full support for symbols, such as exponents and wingdings style fonts Better support for foreign language Question and/or Answer slides Simpler visual editing process Embed anything in your question slides, even Youtube videos, flash objects, etc.

Need a collaborative recording studio on your Chromebook, PC or Mac? You got it. is a Chrome based web app that lets you record sound or create loop based sequences on any laptop or PC. It has a simple interface but a fair bit of power underneath. You can create sound tracks for videos, learn the basics of sequencing dance tracks, record singing or instrumental playing, import sounds, apply effects, and many other features. What is particularly interesting about Soundtrap is that more than one person can work on a track. It is free to store 5 songs, but you can download completed ones as MP3s – so you should have plenty of scope. You can create some decent recordings with the loops provided for free and these should certainly cover the needs of most students up to the end of Keystage 3. Once you are into the older age groups, they may want more loops to explore with. They do offer substantial discounts for schools including free teacher accounts and a 30 day trial of the Premium service. It generally works pretty well and is worth a try.

Digitala verktyg för formativ bedömning @ Nordström Education Skrivet av Daniel Nordström Här hittar ni en sammanställning på olika digitala verktyg som man kan nyttja för att stödja arbetet med formativ bedömning. Sammanställningen kommer att uppdateras löpande. Följ oss på sociala medier eller på vår hemsida för att ta del av nya uppdateringar med tips på digitala verktyg. Här hittar ni en sammanställning på olika digitala verktyg som man kan nyttja för att stödja arbetet med formativ bedömning. De olika verktygen är inte direkt kopplade till en specifik nyckelstrategi eller olika metoder utan det finns en stor flexibilitet och valfrihet att anpassa användandet av olika digitala verktyg i undervisningen efter behov. Foton, bilder och illustrationer För att synliggöra lärandet och förstärka texter så kan lärare och elever använda sig utav olika foton, bilder och illustrationer från t.ex. Vilka regler som gäller för lärare och elever som vill använda upphovsrättsskyddade bilder kan du läsa på Skolverkets hemsida. Filmer

5 Hidden Features In Google Apps That Everybody Should Be Using Every application in the Google Apps suite has it’s own deep feature set. Even when you think you have them all mastered, they surprise you with a few more hidden away tricks. Whether you are trying to ignore a group email thread that keeps popping up in your inbox or want real-time analysis of your Google Form results, there are tools that can help you out. Check out some of my favorite “hidden gem” features that are tucked away in Gmail, Forms, Calendar, Sheets, and Docs. 1. We’ve all been there. 2. Quit wasting your time with countless formulas to try and gain insight from your Form results. 3. After creating an event and adding your contacts and/or resources, you can use the ‘Find a time’ feature to bring up everyone’s schedules side-by-side. 4. The paintbrush tool in Google Sheets provides a pain free way to copy the formatting from one cell to another. 5. You don’t need to use “command + f” to find content in those lengthy Docs anymore.

Zaption - Interact & Learn with Video Lessons Books-to-Games: Transforming Classic Novels Into Role Playing Adventures Authors, editors and publishers spend months and years refining a book until it’s ready to be published. That publication date is part of the book’s copyright and marks the completion of the book. But what if a completed book was just the beginning of the story? Through tabletop role-playing games, educators are beginning to tinker with traditional works of literature and, in the process, reimagine how writing and character development are taught. Take, for example, “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury. When Kip Glazer taught English at Independence High School (Kern High School District) last year, she wanted to reimagine the traditional way of teaching “Fahrenheit 451” by turning the experience of developing English literacy skills into a game. When the story’s elements are liberated from a linear text, students are able to apply their creativity and critical thinking skills to manipulate the story based on a deep understanding of the book. How Tabletop RPG Works in the Classroom

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