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John Evans

10 Amazing Free Online Creativity Tools for Students - 7 views

    "It's always a treat when a student can express themselves creatively in a way they're never tried before. With a tool they may not have used before, you can add discovery learning into the mix. The online creativity tools you've got here are great little resources that will develop creativity in all sorts of ways.
    Using these online creativity tools, students can add artistic personal touches to their work in many ways. They can:
    build fonts
    make themselves into a robot or a Picasso painting
    paint graffiti (without damaging public property)
    draw with fire (again, without damaging public property)
    turn pictures into words and textures
    These are fun online creativity tools to explore and engage your students with. Everyone can have fun with these. They're perfect for adding creative touches to projects of all sorts."
John Evans

Online Professional Development - 5 views

    "Ahead of the official launch of our Resource Library's Professional Development category in fall 2016, we are excited to offer a preview of three professional development modules around maker education.

    Each module is centered around a video and contains prompts to consider and comment on in the Professional Development section of our online Google+ community and on Twitter with #makered and @MakerEdOrg.

    Dive in and join the conversation!"
John Evans

Best Online Poster Maker To Design Your Own Stunning Poster - Web Knowledge Free - 2 views

    "Poster maker helps you to create the poster online using the ready made layout and design already created by  experience creative designer with lots of efforts. We can use the poster maker online tool to create easily our own poster by handy use of the many graphics, images, fonts and text shapes. With all these combination any one can make the awesome poster using the poster maker online tool."
John Evans

64 places you can learn to code online for free - Business Insider - 1 views

    "If you're brand new to the world of web design and web development, it makes sense to get started learning to code by utilizing all the free resources available online.

    This way, you can discover what you like (and more importantly don't) before financially investing in a certain set of courses.

    However, there are so many free resources, classes, and books to pick from! It's easy to become overwhelmed. (Ever hear of too much of a good thing?!)

    To make things easier, I compiled a list of 64 FREE web design and development resources."
Phil Taylor

Moving at the Speed of Creativity | How Much Should Teachers Share Online? - 1 views

  • Before digitally sharing photos or videos of students or student work, make sure both students and their parent(s) have agreed to open digital sharing and signed a media release form.
John Evans

How to Edit All Your PDF Files Online - 6 views

    "If you're stuck on a computer that doesn't let you set up your own tools and is lacking a program like Adobe Reader, which comes with simple form filling and signature features, you can turn to online solutions for all your PDF editing needs.

    Here are six simple ways you can edit PDFs online, right in your browser. No downloading required."
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