Monthly Archives: January 2010

Video Toolbox

Mashable has a collection of online tools for everything to do with videos: video creation, editing, and sharing tools. The 150 resources are divided up into the categories: Live Video Communication, Online Video How-to, Online Video Editors, Online Video Converters, … Continue reading

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LRS Course

Promethean Planet offers an online course for Learner Response Systems – ActivExpression, ActiVote, ActivSlate, & ActivEngage. There are very well done tutorials that break down each step of the process. I looked at the sections on ActivExpression (which I recently … Continue reading

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Bubome is a fun photo masher. There are many images that relate to current events or cultural events. However, not all images are school appropriate, so I would not have students use this site. I will use the site to … Continue reading

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Are our students ready for the future?

I have seen many great inspirational posters – I was motivated to create my own. I found the “inspirational poster creator” through a Google search. The choices at Big Huge Labs were all easy to use.  I found the quote … Continue reading

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Horton Timer-Picker

Mmmm … I really like the Horton Timer-Picker, but it is not free. Is it worth $45? I am still undecided. It was perfect for in class discussions. It randomly picks a person to talk, and there is a countdown … Continue reading

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1. Go for it. There are many opportunities to showcase what I am doing, exchange ideas, and make my life easier. People are never too young to be teachers. You just need the knowledge, the passion, and the ability to … Continue reading

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