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40 Intriguing Photos to Make Students Think - The New York Times - 3 views

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    "After combing through four years of images from our popular What's Going On in This Picture? feature, we selected 40 photographs to highlight in this slide show. Many of these are our most commented-on images - some attracting nearly a thousand student comments. Others are simply our favorites.

    We invite teachers and students to use this bank of 40 intriguing images, all stripped of their captions or context, to practice visual thinking and close reading skills by holding a "What's Going On in This Picture?" discussion or writing activity."
John Evans

How to Save Instagram Photos on iPhone with a Snap & Crop Trick - 2 views

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    "Have you found an Instagram picture you want to save to your iPhone? You have probably noticed that Instagram doesn't offer a direct way to download photos, but if you want to save a picture for sharing, backing up, or setting as a wallpaper, there are a few ways to accomplish this in iOS."
John Evans

Free vectors, photos and PSD Downloads | Freepik - 2 views

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    "reepik helps you to find free vector art, illustrations, icons, PSD and photos for using in websites, banners, presentations, magazines...
    We are currently creating hundreds of free vectors daily
    Discover our exclusive content! Find dozens of free vector graphics every day, all designed by Freepik."
Reynold Redekopp

Online Photo Editor - Tuxpi.com - 3 views

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    Fun free simple photo editing
John Evans

Google Math: I See Math - Teacher Tech - 6 views

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    "Create Google Slides with a photo of where you see math. Share it. The idea here is quick and dirty. If it's a whole process of making elaborate lesson plans we won't do it. Create a plain white Google Slides presentation, add a picture and a slide with your thoughts on how you could challenge students to see math in the photo."
John Evans

ImageCodr.org - 3 views

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    "Flickr hosts millions of images that are licensed under a Creative Commons license or are in the public domain (Flickr Commons). Depending on the license, you may use the images on your private or commercial webpage, or can make changes to it.

    If you want to use these images, you need to to the following:

    Make sure you understood the license correctly
    Get the correct HTML code for the IMG tag
    Link the image back to the Flickr photo page
    Give the author of the image proper credits (Attribution)
    Link to the Flickr profile of the author
    Link to the license the image is licensed under
    With ImageCodr.org, there is no need to do all this manually, you simply enter in the URL of the picture page (as seen in your browser) you are interested in and ImageCodr.org will generate the ready to use HTML code. It will also display a brief and easy license summary, so you don't get in legal trouble because you missed something."
John Evans

JuxtaposeJS - Northwestern University Knight Lab - 1 views

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    Frame comparisons made easy
John Evans

How to Make a Paracord Lanyard: Step-by-Step Instructions with Photos - 2 views

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    "How to Make a Paracord Lanyard: Essential DIY Project"

    Lots more projects included here besides the lanyard. Check it out for you makerspace.
John Evans

Top Tips for Managing Photos on iPad & iPhones | Jonathan Wylie: Instructional Technolo... - 1 views

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    "At first glance, the Photos app on iOS does not look to have changed that much in recent software updates. However, if you dig a little deeper you will soon find a lot of useful shortcuts for managing photos on your iOS device. For this post I am going to give a shout out to Fraser Speirs (@fraserspeirs) and Federico Viticci (@viticci) because of their recent episode on this very topic over on the Canvas podcast. Some of these tips I had known about before, but a couple were brand new to me, so here are the best of the best."
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