5 Random Name Generators: The Modern Day Popsicle Sticks – TeachBytes Do you remember in elementary school when your teacher would pull a popsicle stick out of a jar at random with a student’s name on it? And that was the student who was chosen to read their story or feed the goldfish or go to recess first? Well, I still used popsicle sticks in my high school classroom. After all, it’s still the most fair way to decide which student is chosen! But, of course, being the owner of a blog called TeachBytes, I had to amp up my strategy to the 21st century. Add a Touch of Realism to Your Google Maps Using the Google Maps API is one of the most popular (if not the most popular) way to show geo-locations on today's websites. In this tutorial I'll demonstrate how I give my google maps a more realistic look and I'll give you some tips on how to make your own maps really shine! Step 1: Warming Up
About - Arts Award Voice Welcome to Arts Award Voice. We are a youth-led online magazine, open blogging platform and space to promote events and opportunities for young creatives. Meet the team here. We are connected to Arts Award - the national arts qualification that is celebrating its tenth year! Avatar : 8 outils en lignes Avator tools are like the comic tools I have covered in an earlier post before, they both involve the use of images but in a funny and joyful way. Of course these tools can be used for a variety of educational purposes with our students in the classroom. Let us first see what is an avatar ? An avatar is a figure or character that you can create and customize the way you want. You can use this character to interact with other friends online .
Top 5 free online logo maker tools - TechieGIG Logo portrays the identity, objective and goals of a brand thus it is important to have a professional looking logo for it. This is the very first step you need to take when you start branding of your business. You may look at the logos of big e-commerce brands like Flipkart, Amazon, Shopclues, and others. You will find that they have something interesting in their logos. November 2017: Web-ulous tools, part 2 Back in March of 2014, my Kathy’s Katch blog post highlighted some of my favorite online tools– Google Docs Story Builder, Magisto, Pixiclip, Thinglink, and Narrable. Story Builder and Narrable are gone. Thinglink has expanded into the VR arena. Magisto is now a paid service.
The 28 best tools for choosing a colour scheme The web is absolutely chock-full of colour scheme tools that promise to help you reach colour nirvana. Not all tools are created the same, though, and many are no more than basic rip-offs of the more popular or useful offerings. So to make things easier, we've rounded up some of the best tools for choosing colour schemes available today. They'll help save you having to sort the wheat from the chaff and enter colour heaven...
Three Random Name Selectors If your students are like mine, at one point or another you've asked for volunteers and not had any students raise their hands. In that situation using a random name selection tool is an easy way to choose students to call on. And for those times when all of your students raise their hands for something fun like being the line leaders, the a random name selector is a convenient tool to have at your disposal too.