Educational Tools!

Here is a resource page of all the various tools that definitely come in handy with the advent of 21st Century Tools and still providing a creative yet rigorous approach to education!  Thank you for major contributions Javier Eguia Lis!

Connectivity

Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ together from Cubicstone

 

Cubicstone 

How to use for help with curriculum

 

Digital Reading

Tips and new techniques

 

Evernote

Power tips from Cubiscstone.

Extensions and apps that work with Chrome from Cubicstone

Smartphone possibilities

Use on tablets from Cubicstone

How to make Evernote more useful.

 

General Tools/Tips represented

Preventing Summer Slide and making Learning FUN from Cubicstone

15 amazing learning tools from Cubicstone

Web tools for Educators from Cubicstone

 

GOOGLE related

Google Drive

Cubicstone tips to make more efficient.

New additions to Google Drive.

Book Publishing Platform

Extensions for educators from Cubicstone

16 secrets! from Cubicstone

Google Mail

Collaboration with Google Drive

Google Scripts

Some cool tricks and tips from Cubicstone

 

Glogster

(Wikipedia) Glogster is a social network that allows users to create free interactive posters, or glogs. A glog, short for graphical blog, is an interactive multimedia image. It looks like a poster, but readers can interact with the content.[2] Glogster was founded in 2007. Currently this social network has over one milion registered users. The majority of the Glogster community are teenagers.

Glogster provides an environment to design interactive posters. The user inserts text, images, photos, audio (MP3), videos, special effects and other elements into their glogs to generate a multimedia online creation.[3] Glogster is based on flash elements.[4] Posters can be shared with other users on the site, embedded in external wikis or blogs, and shared via many social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. Glogs can also be exported and saved to computer-compatible formats. [5]

 

i…..

7 tips from Cubicstone

iPhones

iPads

 

Motivational Speaking

Learning 2.011 Conference Key Note about Technology

 

Photoshop

Editing tips

 

Pin Board Creation

Educlipper, Pinterest, padlet, Scoop.it from Cubicstone

 

 

Pinterest


Pinterest is a visual discovery tool that people use to collect ideas for their different projects and interests. People create and share collections (called “boards”) of visual bookmarks (called “Pins”) that they use to do things like plan trips and projects, organize events or save articles and recipes.

Podcasts

Spanish

 

Prezi

Examples

For education

Tutorials

 

 

QR Codes

Educational uses from Cubicstone

 

Tutorials

 

YouTube

Adding Questions to videos from Cubicstone

 

Webinars

Designing Digital Writing Workshop – if you have JAVA, I have a great webinar! Hicks_Webinar_Handout_9-17-09_(Draft_2)

Check out his blog!

 

WIKIS

Sample 1 using Walk Two Moons and other texts

Web 2.0 Buzzword

Great Article here : Taking Down Walls Article on wikis

Look at this link our page for the presentation at ASOMEX of many of the things that can be done via Wiki!

 

IN THE CLASSROOM

1- polleverywhere.com

2 – todaysmeet.com

3 – Edmondo.com!

MY Hsj.org
School Newspaper online!

The page to sign up for newspaper service and other tools through myhsj.org

Former Seaford, DE, example

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT and CONNECTIONS

Educator’s ToolKit
http://k12socialmediaframework.wikispaces.com/

21st Century Expectations

What do Librarians offer and see as important?!

21st Century Learners (UTube)

Harry and Elaine Asomex

Ted Robinson and CHANGING PARADIGMS!

21st Century PATHWAYS Professional Development

Educational Support
Teachers teaching Teachers
Check out this site and contribute!

EXCELLENT PLACE FOR EDUCATIONAL DOWNLOADS!

RSA….

P2PU, people work together to learn a particular topic by completing tasks, assessing individual and group work, and providing constructive feedback.
http://p2pu.org/en/

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KAREN FASIMPAUR

FREE SOURCES and TOOLS thanks to Karen

Classroom Projects
Having students work with the needs of a school through the Media Center and Media Specialist

Outstanding Articles and Journal Reviews

From NCTE National Conference
**Older but great articles related to practical practices today**Professional Journals of Interest from NCTE 2011

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