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Petra Pollum

Free Technology for Teachers: Wild Sanctuary - Sounds of Nature on Google Earth - 0 views

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    Wild Sanctuary is a great resource that allows users to listen to the "sounds of nature" as recorded around the world. Wild Sanctuary offers Google Earth and Google Maps files of placemarks containing audio recordings from around the world. Each placemark features a recording of the sounds of nature (birds, waves, rivers, mammals, etc.) made at that location.
Kay Cunningham

Royalty Free Sound Effects (FX) Library for Download - 0 views

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    'a free site that allows users to easily find and search sound effects and musical instruments samples'
Kristy Conger

BBC Sound Effects - UKEdChat - 15 views

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    Browse and download 16,000 sound effects from the BBC, licensed for educational use.
Wanda Terral

Download Free Sound Effects - 0 views

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    freeSFX.co.uk
Dianne Rees

copyrightfriendly - Copyright-friendly music and sound - 0 views

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    List of links to music and sound for free (under Creative Commons license)
Cara Whitehead

SpellingCity for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the iTunes App Store - 7 views

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    VocabularySpellingCity is a fun way to learn spelling and vocabulary words by playing engaging learning games using any word list. The most popular activities are Spelling TestMe, HangMouse, and our vocabulary games, available to Premium Members. The most popular word lists are Sound Alikes, Compound Words, Hunger Games and SAT Words. This is a free app!
Hanna Wiszniewska

Top 10 Web 2.0 Tools for Young Learners : February 2009 : THE Journal - 2 views

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    Technology needs to trickle up, she said, not down. We need to give the most powerful tools to the most vulnerable populations because they are the ones who need it. "Young learners, non-readers," she continued, "need high-speed access, they need animation and graphics and sound. And that's the truth." According to Lovely, and education technology consultant and speaker at the FETC 2009 conference in Orlando, FL in January, it was the recognition of those needs that led her to develop a "top 10 list" of go-to technology tools to help inspire young students and empower under-funded teachers. "The important thing to remember here," she said, "is that this isn't about simply providing you with 10 links. It's much more important to ask, 'What are you going to do with these things? How are you going to use these tools?' That's why we're here," she said. "So I can show you not only what's out there but also how other educators are using these resources to teach their students right now."
Michael Johnson

Google Buzz Versus Google Wave - PCWorld - 11 views

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    If Google Buzz sounds familiar, that could be because it's a whole lot like Google Wave. Here's how the two services compare.
Cara Whitehead

Sound Alikes - 11 views

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    Free, fun online practice for homophones
Angela Christopher

Wildlife Filmmaker, Video Mashups, Animal Videos, Wildlife Footage - National Geographic - 0 views

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    It might be fun to pair this with google maps & have students mark the location of the animals' habitats.
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    Drag film clip of animals, sounds & music to create your own wildlife film.
nailmallpro

5 Best Roofing Service Tips That Will Save You Money - Best Roofing Services in USA - 0 views

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    Home ownership can be very rewarding! Though there are many reasons to own your own home rather than rent, one of the biggest turn offs for owning a home is the repairs. Owning a home you have a few high priced items that must be maintained in order to keep your costs down. These include, Heater, Air conditioning, Plumbing, windows, and one of the most important item that gets overlooked until it's too late is the ROOF!and Best Roofing Services in USA Usually when a leak has sprung in the roof more times than not the homeowner is not ready financially to purchase a new roof. A new roof can cost anywhere between 5-10K dollars depending on the size and type of roof you have. That is without a doubt a major expense especially when it isn't budgeted. Usually a roof should last over 20yrs, and sometimes even longer that once again depending on the type and style. To have your roof survive it's full life span it needs consistent inspections, cleaning, and maintenance. This will keep the problems at a minimum and your roof protecting your home for many years to come. This article is just a few steps you can take as a DIY to protect your roof. Look At Your Roof: Usually the roof is the last part of the house you pay detail to when you pull into your driveway or while you out in your yard. So make a point to look up every once in a while. Check out your roof. Seasons change and so does the weather. Weather can do some damage to your roof. Snow, hail, wind are all things that your roof protects your family form. But it also things that can damage your roof. So look for that damage when the seasons change or after those major storms. Watch out for animal activity or the signs of insects, especially if you have trees or other vegetation around. Look for fungus or algae growth and even rust. The change of appearance can show that something is causing your roof to deteriorate prematurely. Also Look for shingle displacements, or pieces on the ground. Don't hesitate to g
makemoney07

How to Make Money as a University Student - make-lots-of-money.com - 0 views

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    Studying in a university both has its up and downs. You might be on your way to getting a diploma but the road from high-school graduate to getting your degree is a tough one. Students have told horror stories of being so broke they've resorted to an everyday diet of instant ramen. While admittedly, instant ramen sounds good, here are a few ways for you to earn extra cash on the side so you can afford other things. Continue reading here http://www.make-lots-of-money.com/make-money-university-student/
Mark McDonough

EDpuzzle - 25 views

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    Very Cool! Crop YouTube, Kahn Academy, Learn Zillion videos. Remove the sound. Add your own narration. INSERT QUESTIONS wherever you want. questions automatically graded! Very simple interface!
Abhinav Outsourcings

Keep in mind on how to migrate to Australia - 0 views

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    Australia immigration demands a set of skills, work experience as well as sound schooling and effortlessness in English language can support you discover your path through this bright and bubbly nation of unthinkable potential.
R Cabezas

programming - What makes a good educational game? - Game Development - Stack Exchange - 0 views

    • R Cabezas
       
      How do these qualities relate to website evaluation? 1. interface design (relateable Characters/avatars, game world immersion)  2. content organization 3. site architecture (game world immersion), last but not least and especially,  4. interactivity. Interactivity: 1. Needs to engage all senses (multimodal: touch, color/sight, sound, smell, kinesthetic), 2. Lot's of breaks (information chunking), 3.  
Jerry Bates

Teaching and Learning with Technology - Learning Telecollaboratively - 0 views

  • Technology, when used for strategic purposes in educational settings, can have a positive impact on the nature of the classroom and student achievement (Cramer, 2007).
    •  Lisa Durff
       
      I'm using Diigo to facilitate informal discussion.Has anyone seen the movie, Two Million Minutes? It is well worth your time to google it and watch the free preview. I paid for the full movie to show my 7th graders.
    • Jerry Bates
       
      Thanks, Durff! most provocative.. as former h.s. teacher, makes me shudder to think how I facilitated wasted time. Teachers of the world, unite!
  • Why Should I Integrate Technology?
    • Jerry Bates
       
      I would like the citations for the videos. It all sounds good, but I want to know who the speaker is.
    • Jerry Bates
       
      source appears as the video concludes: http://t4.jordandistrict.org. Isn't it interesting that a senior learner wants to know the "Who" said it before hearing "What" they are saying? Anybody else think that?
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