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Archive for May, 2011

Zondle–Games to Support Learning

May28

Zondle–check out this website for creating games based on your subject or curriculum  The Zondle website has prepared games on some topics or you can create your own topics and have the students play the games for review.  You can create games or complete Zondle packages that include all types of curriculum avenues–text, video, images, […]

FedFlix

May28

FedFlix is a good source for teaching lessons on the 20th century political, military, or cultural history of the United States.    FedFlix is hosted by the Internet Archives, and is a collection of over 2000 films produced by the US government during the 20th Century.  The topics of these films range  from training films […]

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Smigly–Cartoon Commentary on “Noise” in our tech world

May22

SMIGLY Found an interesting cartoon by Allen Mezquida, an adult Charlie Brown type cartoonist, showing how “noisey” the world is becoming. Listen to this cartoon …. Smigly_ Noise

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TED Talks–Are Internet Searches Tailored For You a Good Thing?

May22
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Using Google Docs without a GMail Account

May16

Using Google Docs without a GMail Account To answer the question: “Do I need a Gmail account to access Google Docs?” the following video explains the answer of “No”. You don’t need a Gmail account but you DO need a Google Account. That Google Account can have any type of email account with it.  This […]

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Smartboard Tips & Tricks, Smartboard Training, and 10.6 Notebook Software

May13
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iPad–Videolicious

May13

Videolicious is a free iPhone or iPad app for creating videos on the go.  You can mix together images, video clips, music and your voice to create a short video.  This could be a good device to use with your iPad to create short videos about all kinds of subjects in the classroom. Locations services […]

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National Jukebox

May12

How fun to hear the old tunes from the “Victor Talking Machine”!  The Library of Congress National Jukebox has archived more than 10,000 recordings captured on wax cylinders.  The archive can be searched and listened to on your computer.   From this National Jukebox site, you can make your selections, create your own playlist, share your […]

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