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Steve Gall

Maral.ly - 51 views

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    This is an amazing site which allows multiple users to collaborate in real time on a multimedia canvas. You can add documents, embedded websites, audio, video, images and more by uploading them or grabbing them from the web. Then just click and drag your content into place. You can invite others to collaborate on your creation and then share or embed on your site. Creativity never looked so simple. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
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    Yes this was recently reviewed in a class for teaching ELL's with technology and we discussed the classroom capabilities (NEIU Chicago). It has a lot of potential and many graphic and style to chose from. On this note it was felt by the reviewers of the tool that it would be best used for older students. To have teacher control, the teacher should start each mural and give the group the link so that the teacher can monitor what is being developed by the students. The teacher should have control over the group and monitor content. I would like to see more suggestions regarding this tool.
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    Visual project planning
Roland Gesthuizen

Teaching in "The Cloud" with Evernote - YouTube - 193 views

    • Roland Gesthuizen
       
      Nice video example of how to use this software in the classroom.
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    All your post was very useful for me, thanks for sharing!
Michele Brown

PresentationTube - 120 views

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    Record, upload and share interactive video presentations.  Access a variety of visual aids such as PowerPoint slides, drawing board, whiteboard and your video.  Students can see you as well as your presentation.
Trevor Cunningham

Picozu - sharing creativity - 97 views

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    Social image editor.
Roland Gesthuizen

Free Technology for Teachers: What's Obvious to You, Is Amazing to Someone Else - 129 views

  • The great thing about sharing online is that you never know who is going to discover what you share. Something that you think has been said one hundred times over might be brand new to someone else. We all have something to share.
  • having students write a weekly reflective blog post. They don't have to write complex blog posts, just a short summary of their learning and observations that week will do. In this way students can learn from each other. Even if they don't pick up anything brand new from this process, they will at least be reminding each other of what they have learned that week.
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    One of the reasons I sometimes hear people give for not blogging, Tweeting, or otherwise participating in sharing their ideas online is, "I don't have anything to say." To that I often reply, "yes, you do."
Mary Simone

Diigo V4 Sharing ~ build a personal learning network on Vimeo - 89 views

    • Mary Simone
       
      good explanation of sharing
    • Veronica Raines
       
      I like this :-) there are so many options
J Collado

http://www.tagmydoc.com/ - 4 views

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    Share document on the spot.
Steve Gall

Keemix - Gather. Mix. Inspire. - 6 views

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    Web curation with a magazine look.
Bochi 23

A new reason to love Dropbox - 183 views

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    Dropbox announced a new and crazy easy way to share files or entire folders with anyone in just a couple of clicks... teachers, *you will* use this to share with students! Post includes a couple of tips to make it even easier.
S. Roualet

Lessons Worth Sharing--TED - 64 views

shared by S. Roualet on 25 Apr 12 - No Cached
    • hollandchris
       
      Ted ed is going to a powerful resource in my classroom
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      Ted ed is going to be a great tool in helping my students achieve their specified learning goal.  Ted ed will accomplish this by allowing my students to access educational videos from their home, smartphone, or in the computer lab.  This will be so powerful, because of the tools that ted ed supplies the user with think, and dig deeper, and the ability for user created quizzes.  I plan to assign videos for homework and then hold students accountable by tracking their quizzes.
    • Mary Solymossy
       
      Ted ed is going to shared to motivate my teachers and students. These resources will be infused into the curricular lessons to introduce engaging perspectives on information they're teaching/learning and to ignite creativity.
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    this is an amazing new website from TED. Watch animated videos with built in quizzes and lessons, or upload your own videos and share. Wonderful resource for the flipped classroom
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    http://blog.schoollibraryjournal.com/neverendingsearch/2012/04/26/flip-this-video-a-ted-ed-update/ This article by Joyce Valenza explains how videos from TED-Ed can be "flipped" to become lessons plans and extension ideas, allowing for a richer and more differentiated experience.
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    The New TED website specifically for educators. Features illustrated videos. In Beta
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    Create Lessons Worth Sharing around YouTube videos
Michele Brown

Givit -Online Video Sharing - 66 views

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    Private online video sharing.  No view limit.
Michele Brown

VideoSprout - 88 views

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    Private online video sharing.  Only the people with the link can see the video.  No public searching.
Martin Burrett

Bag The Web - 69 views

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    A great site for sharing great sites and bookmarks with others. 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.
Bochi 23

Perceived Usefulness: Bitly.com - 33 views

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    Bitly can take a long web address (a URL) and turn it into a short one. Teachers can use the data and analytics features to see if people are clicking on the things that they are sharing. Super easy to use and very useful.
Mark Gleeson

Dark Side of the iPad ~ Collecting student projects is difficult! | John Larkin - 3 views

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    iPad Dark Side: The conventional task of collecting, assessing and returning student works that were created on an iPad. Great article sharing ideas, apps with excellent responses to suggestions.
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