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Randy Rodgers

PixiClip - 5 views

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    Nice tool that is like ShowMe or ScreenChomp apps in the browser. Good resource for teachers of flipped classrooms!
Dean Mantz

Network - ThingLink - 13 views

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    This site lets users create informative, web-based graphics using images and "tags", which function much like people tags in Facebook. Thinglink has the advantage, however, of allowing tags to contain links, media, etc.
Luke Simon

Dabbleboard - Online whiteboard for drawing & team collaboration - Interactive whiteboa... - 0 views

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    Another amazing looking teaching device
Randy Rodgers

Create infographics | infogr.am - 29 views

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    Web-based, free infographic creation site.
Randy Rodgers

Make iOS and Flash Games with StencylWorks - 19 views

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    Free software lets students design games in Flash or iOS modes. Games can be tested in iDevices or in Stencyl Lite software (Mac only for testing software; all platforms for design). Subscription allows submission to iTunes store. Built on Scratch.
Fred Delventhal

Quipol - 16 views

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    Create and embed social polls. 
Dean Mantz

Super Teacher Tools - 37 views

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    Several nice options for classroom integration that is created by using Flash.  Flash makes it simple and quick in performance. 
Dean Mantz

Uses for Edmodo (All grade levels) - Google Docs - 32 views

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    Here is a list of methods to use Edmodo in education.
Dean Mantz

Everyday Math Resources - 38 views

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    Every Day Math resources for K-5 students and teachers.
Melanie Barkley

Maths Maps - A New Collaborative Project | edte.ch - 17 views

  • Maths Maps – A New Collaborative Project
  • Some background

    Four years ago I created Google Earth resources for the classroom and posted them to the GE Community Forum. Two of them were called Maths in Madrid and Maths in Las Vegas. These were based on the fact that there is maths all around us, every day, everywhere we look. Google Earth (and Maps) gives us a great perspective on it all. It also provides easy access for our students to see rich visual content that depicts everyday maths. I have always loved the idea of children seeing the maths they are working on.

    The only issue with Google Earth is that it is restrictive in two ways. It is not browser based and it is impossible for me to create a resource for others to collaborate on.

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    "Maths Maps - A New Collaborative Project"
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    Tom Barrett on Twitter from (England) provides insight into a collaborative project integrating maps into mathematics.
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    Math Maps Project Using Google Earth
Amanda Kenuam

Tools about Tools - Vocational and Occupational Flashcards - 7 views

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    "special needs, students, vocabulary, lessons, tools, interactive, flashcards, resources"
Amanda Kenuam

Watch For These Signs - Special Needs Vocabulary - 24 views

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    " special needs, students, vocabulary, lessons, tools, interactive, flashcards, resources, road signs"
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