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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Susan Hinkley

Susan Hinkley

Flickr: Tour - 1 views

  • Share your photos with the people who matter to you. Share your world with family & friends through your photos. Have a conversation through comments, faves, notes and more on your Flickr photos.
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    A way to share and appreciate the art of photography
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    Awesome tool for sharing photos, exploring galleries/places around the world, current events, etc. When my students returned from France we had a photo contest and the winning photos were put on canvas and displayed permanently in the hall at school. This would have been an awesome vehicle to store the photos that were entered in the contest.
Susan Hinkley

ClassTools.net - Free Flash for Online Teaching - 2 views

  • Classtools.net provides free, customisable flash templates to embed into blogs, wikis and websites. There is no signup, no passwords, no charge...
  • Arcade Game Generator Random Name Picker Countdown Timer Dustbin Game Telescopic Topic Post It Diamond 9 Fishbone (Ishikawa) Venn Diagram Animated Book Timeline Lights Out Target Hamburger Living Graph Learning Cycle Jigsaw Diagram Priority Chart Source Analyser
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    Great tool for creating review lessons.
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    Can create basic arcade style games that can be used to quiz students on different concepts being taught. Fun way for students to drill without realizing how much they are "studying!"
Susan Hinkley

Google Docs Tour - 0 views

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    Great collaboration tool!
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    Edit the same document at the same time. Awesome tool for creating a lesson plan/unit with a colleague who may be in another school district or a different part of the school building.
Susan Hinkley

Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds - 13 views

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    I have used this very fun activity with my French students. I make a "word cloud" with French adjectives and have students find the antonyms.
Susan Hinkley

Voki Home - 1 views

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    I have used this site with my French students They write descriptions of the characters they create using appropriate forms of adjectives. Students then select a voice in French to read the written text. It's as if the avatar is speaking. Students love it!
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