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Sandra Pires
Start your
teaching year
with...
Essential techy
tools to use in
the classroom
Here we   GO
Create a
BLOG
to
Communicate
to create a
running
journal of
class activities
Make       your
students
contributing
authors
Ask   students
to reflect
on their
learning
Use
Create a
Twitter
Connect
with your
students
Connect   with
other teachers
around the
world
Gather    ideas
to improve
your lessons
Share and
Find great
web
resources
Create     Q/A
sessions
Use   it as a
voting system
Create a
Wiki
Offer
cooperative
learning
Create    a
glossary of
terms
Develop   a
taxonomy of
words
activity
Develop   a
multimedia
research
project
Create
students’
e-portfolios
Create a
Shoutreel
Create     a
private chat
Carry out
discussion
questions
Invite experts
to Share info
With the class
Provide
mentoring
and homework
support
Students @
home view
and participate
in classes
Use it as an
assessment
tool
Create a
Glogster
Create an
interactive
poster
Create an
interactive
manual
Create a
video
documentary
Design an
interactive
presentation
Carry out
collaborative
class
projects
Carry out
“get to know”
tasks
Use a
Flip camera
Summarise
a topic
through video
Capture
highlights of
a lesson
Use  it as a
study guide
Record
“corrective”
feedback
Record
class activities
for teacher
training
Send spoken
messages
Use
Animoto
Create
slideshows
Create    a
teaser for
your lesson
Create a
digital
story
Show your
students’ work
through pictures
Ask students
to display
Knowledge of
a concept
Podcast
Create
video
tutorials
Provide
audio
feedback
Record
instructions
Sum up
Important
knowledge
Ask  students
to create
their own
podcasts
Use
Moodle
Share
resources
Set
assignments
Create
quizzes
Create
a forum
Create
a choice
activity
Embed dynamic
Content from
YouTube, Flickr,
QuizMaker, etc
Add a learning
object
Use
YouTube
Visit YouTube
Life in a Day to
access different
cultures
Visit
TeacherTube
Visit YouTube
specific channels:
BBC,
Documentary,etc
Access video
tutorials
Start    a
Brainstorm or
discussion by
watching a video
Carry out      a
a quiz after
watching the
video
Use
Google
Create &
collaborate
documents using
Google docs
Create    a class
Site and edit as a
document with
Google Sites
Organise &
share events
with Google
Calendar
Communicate
with Google Talk
Access books
and magazines
with Google
Books
Search for
articles or
journals with
Google Scholar
Get social
updates, news &
blog posts with
Google Realtime
Use Google maps
to tell a story
Use Google maps
to write a
biography
Add pinpoints to
a Google map and
add text
Use
Delicious
Access your
favourite sites
anywhere
Share your
bookmarks with
your
students
Recommend
sites for student
research projects
Recommend
books
Discover   your
Students’ needs
& interests
Create
conceptual maps
using the
tags
Photos sources:
Slide   2 - Flickr by Swgrlimited
Slide   3 - Flickr by gueishaboy
Slide   6 - Flickr by Nataliya Shapoval...
Photos sources:
Slide   22 - by Konica Minolta
Slide   25 - Flickr by dgilder
Slide   26 - Flickr by Solecism
Slide   27 -...
Photos sources:
Slide   52 - Flickr by Igor Borodin
Slide   53 - Flickr by eduard Titov
Slide   54 - Flickr by hermannyln
...
Photos sources:
Slide   84 - by kitchen.net-perspective.com
Slide   85 - by threesaparty.com
Slide   88 - by webdesign.org...
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  1. 1. by Sandra Pires
  2. 2. Start your teaching year with...
  3. 3. Essential techy tools to use in the classroom
  4. 4. Here we GO
  5. 5. Create a BLOG
  6. 6. to Communicate
  7. 7. to create a running journal of class activities
  8. 8. Make your students contributing authors
  9. 9. Ask students to reflect on their learning
  10. 10. Use
  11. 11. Create a Twitter
  12. 12. Connect with your students
  13. 13. Connect with other teachers around the world
  14. 14. Gather ideas to improve your lessons
  15. 15. Share and Find great web resources
  16. 16. Create Q/A sessions
  17. 17. Use it as a voting system
  18. 18. Create a Wiki
  19. 19. Offer cooperative learning
  20. 20. Create a glossary of terms
  21. 21. Develop a taxonomy of words activity
  22. 22. Develop a multimedia research project
  23. 23. Create students’ e-portfolios
  24. 24. Create a Shoutreel
  25. 25. Create a private chat
  26. 26. Carry out discussion questions
  27. 27. Invite experts to Share info With the class
  28. 28. Provide mentoring and homework support
  29. 29. Students @ home view and participate in classes
  30. 30. Use it as an assessment tool
  31. 31. Create a Glogster
  32. 32. Create an interactive poster
  33. 33. Create an interactive manual
  34. 34. Create a video documentary
  35. 35. Design an interactive presentation
  36. 36. Carry out collaborative class projects
  37. 37. Carry out “get to know” tasks
  38. 38. Use a Flip camera
  39. 39. Summarise a topic through video
  40. 40. Capture highlights of a lesson
  41. 41. Use it as a study guide
  42. 42. Record “corrective” feedback
  43. 43. Record class activities for teacher training
  44. 44. Send spoken messages
  45. 45. Use Animoto
  46. 46. Create slideshows
  47. 47. Create a teaser for your lesson
  48. 48. Create a digital story
  49. 49. Show your students’ work through pictures
  50. 50. Ask students to display Knowledge of a concept
  51. 51. Podcast
  52. 52. Create video tutorials
  53. 53. Provide audio feedback
  54. 54. Record instructions
  55. 55. Sum up Important knowledge
  56. 56. Ask students to create their own podcasts
  57. 57. Use Moodle
  58. 58. Share resources
  59. 59. Set assignments
  60. 60. Create quizzes
  61. 61. Create a forum
  62. 62. Create a choice activity
  63. 63. Embed dynamic Content from YouTube, Flickr, QuizMaker, etc
  64. 64. Add a learning object
  65. 65. Use YouTube
  66. 66. Visit YouTube Life in a Day to access different cultures
  67. 67. Visit TeacherTube
  68. 68. Visit YouTube specific channels: BBC, Documentary,etc
  69. 69. Access video tutorials
  70. 70. Start a Brainstorm or discussion by watching a video
  71. 71. Carry out a a quiz after watching the video
  72. 72. Use Google
  73. 73. Create & collaborate documents using Google docs
  74. 74. Create a class Site and edit as a document with Google Sites
  75. 75. Organise & share events with Google Calendar
  76. 76. Communicate with Google Talk
  77. 77. Access books and magazines with Google Books
  78. 78. Search for articles or journals with Google Scholar
  79. 79. Get social updates, news & blog posts with Google Realtime
  80. 80. Use Google maps to tell a story
  81. 81. Use Google maps to write a biography
  82. 82. Add pinpoints to a Google map and add text
  83. 83. Use Delicious
  84. 84. Access your favourite sites anywhere
  85. 85. Share your bookmarks with your students
  86. 86. Recommend sites for student research projects
  87. 87. Recommend books
  88. 88. Discover your Students’ needs & interests
  89. 89. Create conceptual maps using the tags
  90. 90. Photos sources: Slide 2 - Flickr by Swgrlimited Slide 3 - Flickr by gueishaboy Slide 6 - Flickr by Nataliya Shapovalova Slide 7 - Flickr by Miss Ruth Slide 8 - Flickr by www.holpenpromotion.com Slide 9 - Flickr by www.eduardtitotv.com Slide 10 - Iconfinder by elegantmediaicons Slide 12 - Flickr by artoo 1121 Slide 13 - Flickr by Pennypoon1104 Slide 14 - Flickr by Grey wind Slide 15 - Iconfinder by Aleksandra Wolska Slide 16 - Flickr by dizzy web design & graphics Slide 19 - Flickr by SHRCC Slide 20 - Flickr by Luvemacphoto Slide 21 - Flickr by Steven+Alison Hoober
  91. 91. Photos sources: Slide 22 - by Konica Minolta Slide 25 - Flickr by dgilder Slide 26 - Flickr by Solecism Slide 27 - Flickr by Divania Slide 28 - Flickr by misallphoto Slide 29 - Flickr by Konstantin Sutyagin Slide 30 - Flickr by Fabio Floriano Slide 34 - Flickr by Shutterbug Sheep Slide 35 - Flickr by SerrNovik Slide 36 - Flickr by Liz:) Slide 39/44 - Flip.com Slide 46 – LCDProjectorforrent.com Slide 47 - Flickr by m.fam Slide 49 - Tutorials db.com Slide 50 - Flickr by Karf Oohlu
  92. 92. Photos sources: Slide 52 - Flickr by Igor Borodin Slide 53 - Flickr by eduard Titov Slide 54 - Flickr by hermannyln Slide 55 - by drewstevensconsulting.com Slide 56 - by masternewmedia.com Slide 58 - Flickr by tapasparida Slide 59 - Flickr by dgilder Slide 60 - Flickr by lifehack Slide 61 - by thisislondon.co.uk Slide 62 - by mormon.org Slide 70 - Flickr by OShelomenstev Slide 71 - Flickr by hkvan Slide 74 - Flickr by Authentics Trading Limited Slide 78 - by blog.massmoca.org Slide 79 - by faqs.org
  93. 93. Photos sources: Slide 84 - by kitchen.net-perspective.com Slide 85 - by threesaparty.com Slide 88 - by webdesign.org Slide 89 - Flickr by kovacevic2009
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