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  • 1. By: Anita Lesage RESOURCES
  • 2. PLANBOARDAPP • Organize your classroom with this lesson planning and organization app. Create classroom schedules, reminder notes, link video’s all in one location. https://www.planboardapp.com/
  • 3. PLANBOARD EXAMPLE
  • 4. MATHVIDS.COM • Instructional videos for middle school and high school math. • Excellent online resource for students to refer to for help outside of class. http://mathvids.com/
  • 5. SMITHSONIAN • Have your students complete a web quest to earn digital badges using the Smithsonian’s Centre for Learning and Digital Access. • Use Skype to have an expert virtually communicate with your class as a guest speaker. http://www.si.edu/
  • 6. GOOGLE DRIVE • Cloud computing • Storage Site • Sharing your files, presentations http://www.google.com/drive
  • 7. APPS GONE FREE • This iPad, iPhone app is free to download. • Get high quality paid apps for free for a period of time. • You are able to download the full versions free of charge. AppsGoneFree
  • 8. TWITTER • Social networking site • Find resources • Connect with other https://twitter.com/
  • 9. TWITTER Create your profile and connect with others. @AnitaLesage7
  • 10. SCOOP-IT • You can connect with your Linkedin, Google+, Facebook and Twitter. • The idea is that you scoop any concept in which you may like and share with those around you. • By attaching it to your Twitter account it will send out a tweet of what you have scooped. • Others can then follow and read the information. http://www.scoop.it/
  • 11. SCOOP-IT EXAMPLE
  • 12. SYMBALOO • Allows you to save all of your resources in one simple location • Create a web mix of web resources and share it easily with your class • Find hundreds of web mixes full of resources for a wide variety of subject areas http://www.symbalooedu.com/
  • 13. SYMBALOO EXAMPLE
  • 14. WIX • Create your own website for your students and have your personal portfolio. www.wix.com • No Coding Required.
  • 15. MENTORMOB • Create, research and copy playlists for yourself either through collaboration, or individually. • Learning playlists can be embedded into blogs and websites • Delivers high-quality professional development for teachers, and allows students to construct their own ideas. • You are able to find information about any subject area, including technology implementation. http://www.mentormob.com/
  • 16. MENTOR MOB EXAMPLE
  • 17. PHOTOSYNTH • Shoot wrap-around panoramic shots and stitches • Use the web tool for stitching digital photos or use iPhone/iPad app for shooting panoramas http://photosynth.net/
  • 18. POWTOONS • Create quick free accounts that are accessible from anywhere online. • PowToon is the best free animated presentation online software tool and PowerPoint alternative that supercharges your presentations and animated videos. • Save time and create awesome animated explainer video clips that bring the WOW factor to your demos, and presentations. • Create cool social media clips • Give awesome animated. http://www.powtoon.com/
  • 19. POWTOONS EXAMPLE
  • 20. COOL TOOL FOR SCHOOL • Great free resources for anything a student or teacher may need. • Lists in each category to transform your classroom to much more. http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/
  • 21. COOL TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS.WIKISPACES
  • 22. DIIGO • Social bookmarking site • Highlight, bookmark and comment on your sites. • Create your own groups https://www.diigo.com/
  • 23. DIIGO
  • 24. PREZI • Create unique and interesting presentation • Cloud based program • Collaborative work http://prezi.com/
  • 25. PREZI
  • 26. KHAN ACADEMY • Video library of free instruction and interactive assessments • Teachers are able to follow what each student is learning and see a realtime report • Not just science – maths, computer science, history, economics, finances and medicine. https://www.khanacademy.org/
  • 27. RED PEN TOOL • Create your task • Create your assignment • Upload the work • Annotate the work • Mark the work http://www.redpentool.com/
  • 28. ANIMOTO • Cloud Computing • Make your photos, video clips and music into a presentation video. www.animoto.com
  • 29. ANIMOTO EXAMPLE
  • 30. HAIKU DECK • Designed to make visually stunning presentations • Simple to work with, providing fun finished products • Start with an idea, add background photos, using either your own or choose from many preloaded images.
  • 31. HAIKU DECK EXAMPLE
  • 32. POPPLET • Popplet is a place for your brainstorming and organizing ideas. • It is used as a space to create galleries, record and organize your thoughts, and most importantly, do it through collaboration. http://popplet.com/
  • 33. POPPLET EXAMPLE
  • 34. NEARPOD • Have real time assessments completed. • Students can be engage virtually with live feeds for full comprehension. Nearpod
  • 35. DISCOVR • Find apps relative to the topic of your choice • Send your findings to your friends. Discovr
  • 36. DISCOVR EXAMPLE
  • 37. By: Anita Lesage SUMMARY
  • 38. SOMETHING TO REMEMBER • Technology can be used for all curriculum areas. • Presentations occur in every class • Organizational tools • Assessment tools • Research tools • Student interaction, collaboration and creativity as part of ISTE nets • You will adapt and use the tools that best suit your needs for your classroom. • Use these skills to your skill level, and the tools that will work for you and your students.
  • 39. RESOURCE LIST            Planboardapp Mathvids.com SmithSonian Google Drive AppsGoneFree Twitter Scoop-It Symbaloo Wix MentorMob Powtoons           CoolToolsForSchools Diigo Prezi Khan Academy Red Pen Tool Animoto Haiku Deck Popplet Nearpod Discovr