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gaby eyzaguirre

Sketchpad 3.7 - Draw, Create, Share! - 65 views

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    Online drawing webtool. Lots of tools and features. Great for drawings that demonstrate content knowledge. Save and download to use in other documents or as a stand alone picture.
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    Allows for digital art creations similar to (the idea not the tool) KidPix, there are all sorts of brushes, stickers, text etc. No login required allows student to save work
psmiley

The Pursuit of Technology Integration Happiness: Flowboard - A New Way to Share Everyth... - 59 views

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    Flowboard and creating presentations/digital stories on iPad
Michael Sheehan

Learning Never Stops: Curate.us - Clip and share anything from the web - 72 views

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    Another excellent resource for sharing web content.
MaryLiz Jones

About Us - Information - Share My Lesson - 44 views

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    Share My Lesson site (for teachers by teachers) Free
Michael Sheehan

All My Favs - Your favorite websites all on one page - 170 views

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    What a great way to share resources with colleagues.
psmiley

Learnist | Share what you know - 2 views

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    Everybody knows enough about some topic - be it English, science, yoga or bourbon - to teach other people about it. And every topic is covered by content scattered around the Web. The idea behind a new site called Learnist is to give everybody a spot to teach through curation. The site, which is also available as an app for iPhone and iPad, features user-created lessons that bring together Web pages, videos, Google Books e-books and other items on a specific topic. At the moment, only a relatively small group of people approved by the site - including some teachers - can create these "learnings," but anyone can check them out. Read more: http://techland.time.com/2012/09/18/50-best-websites-2012/#ixzz2KnPnZqks
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    Everybody knows enough about some topic to teach other people about it. And every topic is covered by content scattered around the Web. The idea behind a new site called Learnist is to give everybody a spot to teach through curation. The site, which is also available as an app for iPhone and iPad, features user-created lessons that bring together Web pages, videos, Google Books e-books and other items on a specific topic. At the moment, only a relatively small group of people approved by the site - including some teachers - can create these "learnings," but anyone can check them out.
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    Curation
Michael Sheehan

Learning Never Stops: Tackk - An Easy Way to Create and Share Online Posters - 5 views

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    Create online posters using text, pictures, sound and video. Great for projects!
Michael Sheehan

Learning Never Stops: Picovico - An Easy Way to Create and Share Videos - 2 views

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    Creating and sharing videos is easy with this site. Good alternative to Photostory.
Randy Rodgers

Marqueed - Simple image collaboration and markup tool. Share, annotate and discuss images. - 81 views

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    Share and mark up images collaboratively online. 
Wayne Holly

Organize and Share Lesson Resources on Claco - 36 views

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    Bears a striking resemblance to Diigo.
Joanne S

Google Documents for Teachers - 9 views

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    A free guide from Richard Byrne & Technology for Teachers. FreeTech4Teachers.com
Martin Burrett

MentorMob - 76 views

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    An amazing site that allows users to create browse 'playlists' of websites to make a custom lesson. Add comments and instructions. View hundreds of bundles made by others. Just share the link to share with your students and colleagues. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Deborah Baillesderr

Free Screen Sharing and Online Meeting Software | Screenleap - 81 views

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    Free screen sharing from any device, including smart phones and tablets. Hmm ... does this replace reflections or Apple TV in presentations?
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    I like this one but could someone comment on how their experiences was when using it, and what did they use it for. This would be helpful.
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    Mary Vaughn writes:  Want to share and collaborate across the classroom?  How about across the state or further?  http://www.screenleap.com/ is the perfect tool to do that.  Easy to use, all you have to do is download the java applet and you're ready to share your screen with anyone at anytime.  This works in tandem with apple devices or any device that has internet connection.  Unfortunately, right now it's a one-way deal - you'll have to use a pc or mac to share.  It gives a simple code or website you can share with others to see your screen.  There's a little lagtime but not terribly so.  So, if you have teachers who have data projectors going on the fritz, want to do a PLC with other colleagues, or whatever collaboration you're working with, this could be the perfect tool.  Hint:  use the tabs to open up different websites - you have to keep the original screenleap up and running.
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    Instantly share your screen with a join code.
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