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Word Clouds for Open Response (Free Text) Polls - Poll Everywhere's Blog - 39 views

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    "People have been using Poll Everywhere to make word clouds and tag clouds for years. Now, we've made it even easier with a simple two-step process for our favorite word cloud services: Wordle, Tagxedo, and Tagul. You'll find a new view called "Word cloud" on your Free Text Polls."
mbarek Akaddar

Primal Pages - 41 views

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    Primal lets you create, organize and share your ideas with the world
Michele Rosen

WordItOut - Generate word clouds (and make custom gifts) - 61 views

shared by Michele Rosen on 11 Feb 10 - Cached
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    Transform your text into word clouds! Word clouds are a fun way to show words, where the most important ones are bigger than the others. Make and share word clouds from any text with WordItOut!
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    An alternative to Wordle which seems to be down at the moment
Brian Beierle

Tagul - Gorgeous tag clouds - 27 views

shared by Brian Beierle on 01 Oct 09 - Cached
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    You can create an account and then save and search "My Clouds" - here is my example for Fenn Summer Reading: http://tagul.com/preview?id=69011@1&name=Fenn%20School%20Summer%20Reading
Tom McHale

Five Reasons to Use Wordle in the Classroom by Terry Freedman - 0 views

  • One of the unfortunate consequences of this is that a lot of teachers I've met do not feel that they have the time to be creative or innovative, in case it affects their reaching of the targets. Personally I disagree with them. I have always taken the view that if you teach in a way that gets the kids excited, enthusiastic and educated (in a broad sense), the targets will look after themselves. But the important thing is that they believe they have to pound away at the targets, in spite of their real desires and aspirations.
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    Ideas/rationale for using Wordle in the classroom
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