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ClassTools.net: Create interactive flash tools / games for education - 2 views

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    Classtools is a tool for educators to make their own educational games, which can be shared via email or embedded in a web page. There are 15 easy-to-use templates, which make game creation easy. There's also a selection of premade games, which teachers may use with their students
Rhondda Powling

12 Awesome Edtech Apps | Edutopia - 5 views

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    "Every teacher should build an edtech teaching toolkit that works for you with reliable tools that suit your needs and circumstances. Learning should focus on content, not on figuring out how a tool works. In this post one Vicki Davis discusses 12 edtech tools in her toolkit,"
Ian Guest

The revolution will be livestreamed: why there's never been a better time to be a Twitt... - 4 views

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    "Tom Bennett says never mind the bloggox - the Matrix is the new staffroom "
Rhondda Powling

Coding for Kids - Left Brain Craft Brain - 6 views

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    25+ coding apps, games, activities and even screen-free options. This post is a good arrray of different ways to approach how kids can learn about coding
Rhondda Powling

4 New Google Drive Updates Teachers Should Know About ~ Educational Technology and Mobi... - 7 views

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    Useful overview of these four improvements to Google Drive
Rhondda Powling

The Ultimate App Guide for Students - Infographic ~ Educational Technology and Mobile L... - 3 views

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    Good organisation is the key to good study. Developing a study plan that is formatted and structured to meet your study needs will assist your learning and you will also be more likely to be relaxed and feel more prepared for exams
    The guide is this post is from Study Medicine Europe and gives a useful guide to apps that may enhance studying efforts. Some are free and some are paid versions and they are split up according to different goals.
Rhondda Powling

Picasso Was Wrong: How coding is leading the future of arts related careers - 3 views

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    Article about the breadth of opportunities for those who can code. "There are countless jobs and industries that use coding and computer science, and these are all creative in different ways. Some are creative in the way art is, some are creative through their problem solving, and many are creative in other ways."
Tony Richards

Podcat - 11 views

Ian Guest

Participate Learning - Chat - 1 views

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    List and schedule for all the weekly Twitter chats
Rhondda Powling

Bebras Australia | Digital Careers Computational Thinking Challenge For Students - 2 views

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    "Bebras is an international student challenge whose goal is to promote computational thinking for teachers and students (ages 8-17 / school years 3-12). Bebras is aligned with and supports information and communication technology curricula across Australia. Bebras Australia is run by NICTA under the Digital Careers program, funded by the Australian Government. It's a great way to get students interested and participating in information and communication technology (ICT) which could lead to an interest in pursuing a career in the exciting ICT industry!"
Rhondda Powling

Stories Teachers Share | Free listening on SoundCloud - 1 views

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    Katrina Schwartz and Ki Sung at MindShift started a podcast titled "Stories Teachers Share". It highlightst the many varied and interesting work teachers do daily. It gives teachers the opportunity to help the larger community better understand what it really means to be a teacher.
Rhondda Powling

Portal 2 Puzzle Maker - Valve Developer Community - 1 views

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    "The Puzzle Maker (also known as Puzzle Creator or Editor) is an in-game puzzle editor that allows the creation, testing, and publishing (to Steam Workshop) of custom single-player and co-op test chambers. The Editor also adds new lines from Cave Johnson which, altogether, adds a story to downloaded test chambers. The DLC introduces the player to "The Multiverse" which contains an infinite number of Earths, an infinite number of Apertures, and therefore, an infinite number of test chambers.
    Puzzle Maker is not intended as a replacement of Hammer, which while more powerful and generalized in nature, is significantly more difficult and time consuming to use. It is possible to export a VMF from Puzzle Maker and open it in Hammer; many mappers do this to add polish or features that are not currently possible using the Puzzle Maker. Some mappers use the Puzzle Maker to quickly iterate through (and test) puzzle designs before building a chamber from scratch with Hammer. It is not possible to load a Hammer VMF file in Puzzle Maker."
Ian Guest

Moviegalaxies - 0 views

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    "Social Graphs in 700 Movies"
Rhondda Powling

How Minecraft could help teach chemistry - 1 views

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    "Minecraft is more than just a game and used carefully it can also be a powerful educational tool. It allows young people to create and explore places that are completely inaccessible by other means. Within the blocky world, they can roam around historical sites, delve into the geology beneath their feet or fly through the chambers of a heart, and much more besides.
    The rich resources of these virtual worlds, coupled with the educational version of the game, allow teachers to immerse young people in a comfortable but exciting learning environment. Minecraft has the ability to bring just about any conceivable structure to the classroom, and beyond.
Ian Guest

BYOT and the Future of Digital Schooling - 1 views

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    "If you are interested in BYO or ICT strategies in schools more generally then this book contains important insights and useful advice. "
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