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Free, Printable Bingo Cards by Bingo Baker - 15 views

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    Create bingo cards - no pictures. Students access on Ipad and play the bingo game. Great for reviewing vocabulary.
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    Great for reviewing vocabulary.
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    "Bingo Cards Bingo Baker makes it easy to create bingo cards. You can generate hundreds of random cards and print them using the printer-friendly PDF (with no ads or watermarks). You can also save paper (and waste electricity instead) by playing your bingo game online (it works on the iPad)."
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EduTech Ideas: Win An iPad And More! - 1 views

  • Make (and use) a Twitter account for one of your classes – You’ll need to provide us the link to the Twitter profile you’ve created (example: www.twitter.com/edudemic)
  • Use Skype (or similar service) to have your students connect with someone(s) for a project, interview, ‘pen pal’ class activity – Provide a short description of who your students connected with, and the purpose of their task (and if they used a service other than Skype, what service was it!?)
  • Make a Facebook page for one of your classes (and use it) – You’ll need to provide the link to the Facebook page that you’ve created (example: www.facebook.com/edudemic)
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  • Create flashcard sets for a unit of study using a flashcard app – Tell us what app you used, what unit of study you created the cards for, and how it worked out (did the students use/enjoy them, did you find them to be more helpful than a different method of studying, etc?)
  • Make a Learnist board – You’ll need to provide the link to your board (example: http://learni.st/users/jeff.dunn/boards/3803-must-see-education-news)
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  • Use Google Docs/Drive to grade students’ work instead collecting and handing back papers – Take a screenshot of one of the documents that shows us your comments/grading, etc, and upload it into the form. (Don’t forget to blur out any student personal information if necessary!)
  • Use Animoto as part of a class project or class work – You’ll need to provide us the link to the video/slideshow you’ve created.
  • Start a class blog – You’ll need to provide us the link to the blog you’ve created.
  • Create a google site for your class – Take a screenshot of your class page and upload it into the form.
  • Create an interactive storybook – Provide either a link or upload the storybook into the form
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Math in the Middle: I Know - 5 views

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    Great idea for BINGO in any subject area and boards can be reused!
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+ - x ÷ Maths Bingo - 87 views

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    A great maths bingo whiteboard game. Work out the questions to find the bingo number. Download the Bingo slips from http://www.teacherled.com/resources/bingo/bingobooks.pdf http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
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Number Facts Bingo - 56 views

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    A site that provides ready-made printable bingo cards and a whiteboard resource that generates random number facts questions. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
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