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Shmoop–We Speak Student

March27

 Shmoop is the modern answer to Cliff’s Notes, offering guides for everything from historical events to literature. Everything is broken down into easy-to-understand segments. For example, literature guides feature information such as character descriptions and quotes. In addition, users whose budget allows can explore gated areas including teacher guides and standardized test prep guides.  Shmoop […]

50 Sites in 60 Minutes (ver. 2) by David Kapuler

July23

Education blogger David Kapuler has created a free slideshow of 50 great sites for education, creativity, organization and more.  Each slide includes basic information about the site, a link to the site, and a link to Kapuler’s review of the site. 50sites ver2 View more presentations from David Kapuler

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Dipity–Timelines Online

July16

Dipity is a timeline web site where users can both create their own timelines and view other people’s created timelines.  It’s ver visual and has a great interactivity component to it9users can lcick on entries for more information.  It is a little more difficult to use but it produces beautiful visual timelines which can then […]

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Cool Web 2.0 Tools for Students & Teachers

June6

All types of tools for students and teachers–research tools, slideshow tools, music tools, graphing tools.  Excellent jumping off point for Web 2.0 tools. Another site that shows a lot of promise is a blog by the David Andrade, “Educational Technology Guy“.

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Resources for Online Outlining

June5

This is a post from David Kapuler that appears in “Tech & Learning” magazine called “Top 10 Sites for Creating Outlines” that I subscribe to.   It listed several resources for “online outlining”.  Some of the resources require subscription fees, though they usually offer a free trial period.  Some of the resources have areas for […]

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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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360 Degree Panoramas of World Heritage Sites

April23

Patrimonium-Mundi.org:  Visitors to this site can rotate all of the images and some even zoom in and out to look at the details of UNESCO World Heritage sites.  Patrimonium-mundi.org is starting to capture and share 360 degree panoramas of up to 275 World Heritage sites. You can locate panoramas by browsing the world map or […]

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The Teacher’s Guide for Interactive Sites

April17

The Teacher’s Guide:  Great interactive resource websites for the SMARTboard, PowerPoint, printables, and other interactive links with virtual field trips, whiteboard templates, book activities, songs organized by grade level, themes, or technology items.  Also included teacher-submitted materials all free for use by students or teachers.

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4 Great Free Interactive Sites–ClassTools, Crossmap, Solar System Scope & PhED

April17

ClassTools.net: Create free educational games, quizzes, activities and diagrams in seconds and then post them to your own blog or website. No charge, no signup required. Templates abound in all areas of the curriculum. Students can design multiple interactive games from the same set of questions and answers. Newest template is “Fakebook” (a Facebook template […]

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Advanced Google Search

April10

This information was presented on a blog by Mike Gorman through the Tech & Learning newletter dated April, 2011. Twelve Reasons To Teach Searching Techniques With Google Advanced Search… Even Before Using The Basic Search I would suggest that educators direct students towards the Google Advanced Search Engine even before using the Google Basic Search. […]

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