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Why is Punctuation Important?

November6

Quick and funny video about why punctuation is important. Punctuation is Important

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Constitutional Review Sites

October7

Flash Cards   for Constitutional Review     Weekly Reader Constitutional Review           Site for test practice     Practice questions for the Citizenship tests.  

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dotEPUB–Convert any webpage into an ePub Document

October2

If you want to read a web page later when you’re off line or if you don’t have wifi available for using your iPad, you can send the site to your iPad and then can read the assignment or webpage at home or anywhere else without wifi access.   This can be a great tool for […]

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iPad Applications for the Classroom

September21

Excerpt from Tech & Learning blog… A Catalog of iPad Apps for Teachers and Students by Vicki Windman Fourteen of us–special education teachers, school psychologists, speech therapists, and other educators–recently spent six hours brainstorming with the goal of producing a starter iPad app catalog for teachers and students in our district, and beyond. Thanks to […]

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47 Alternatives to YouTube

September2

Updated list of possible sites for videos offerings other than YouTube…..from Free Technology for Teachers by Richard Byrne

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Google Tools for Educators

August29

Great site for Google features….  

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CleVR–Create Your Own Panoramic Images

August17

CleVR is an application (free signup and download of Stitcher software) allows you to take a set of images and stitch them together to create a panoramic image. All you have to do is Shoot–Stitch–Shar.   The panoramic image you create can be rotated side to side, up and down, and zoomed in and out.  […]

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Medical Animation Videos

August17

From the University of Pennsylvania Health System, nearly 200 videos animations and explanation of injuries, diseases and body systems.  Medical Animation Library

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Snag Learning Films

July26

SnagLearning:  This site has free downloadable films on numerous topics, can be searched by topics:  arts & music, children’s learning, math & science,  history, foreign language, political science & civics, foreign culture & geography.  Grade levels are available and are free to use in the classroom.  Films are streamed from such channels as National Geographic, NOVA, […]

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Great Resources for Mobile Apps

July24

IEAR.org is a community powered review of educational applications for mobile devices. IEAR is primarily focused on iPod, iPhone, and iPad apps but there are also some mentions of Android apps.  Excellent resource that allows you to sort by grade level with reviews and submissions by teachers.  “Goldmine” of resources.

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