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  • 1. HOW CAN WEENHANCE OURTECHNOLOGY?What the Tech!
  • 2. Wallwisher Wallwisher is an online notice board maker.How do you think you could use it in your classroom?Positives:•Can post individual ideas to a questionSome problems I ran into:•May be more effective for intermediate•Can get congested with many post•The program was picky when I made the URL
  • 3. Storybird Storybird - Geffery and His Friends!! Storybird’s are short, visual stories that you make to share and print. How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 4. Symballo Example page Symballos are a way to organize, share your online and discover that of others. How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 5. Blabbberize Make images talk. Only problem I ran into was getting image to talk since we do not have microphones, however it is very easy. Blabberize.com - Make a Blabber! How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 6. Wordle Input or copy in some text and generate a visual could of the most frequently used words. What was important in the article, When Nice Won’t Suffice? How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 7. Edmodo Social platform for teachers and students to share ideas, files and assignments. Students can use external usernames and passwords provided by BCPS. Introduce passwords using word. Great way to post links such as, symballo Can generate questions for students to answer  Let’s login to see how to make questions.  Edmodo How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 8. Glogster.Edu Make interactive posters Can take awhile to load Picky about what it will upload Different way to present the information How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 9. Animoto Let’s you create videos from images Free accounts don’t have are only offered a limited number of minutes for a show and special features. Let’s make one How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 10. PhotoStory Create visual stories with digital photos. On all computers at Logan Let’s take a look and make a mini photstory about AIDEN’S SUMMER How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 11. SlideShare Store and share presentations This presentation I uploaded! This is really a site for teachers How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 12. SlideRocket Online version of PowerPoint Many of the same features as PowerPoint This is an example from my spring project: sliderocket example How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 13. Windows Movie Maker Take footage from flipcams and convert into a movie. MovieMaker allows you to upload, edit and publish movies Example movie made was seen in the sliderocket presentation. Do need to convert image and sound prior to uploading into moviemaker. Software needs to be installed Let’s take a look….. How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 14. PIXIE Rose can install it onto your computers Teacher’s can make activities on the program for students to interact Student’s can use features such as graphics and text to display stories, assessment tool. How can you use this in your classroom?
  • 15. Kidspiration3 Students can use to create stories, graphic organizers and posters. Located on every computer at Logan. Let’s take a look at it… How can you use this in your classroom?