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Cara Whitehead

February: Black History Month - 5 views

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    February is Black History Month. Here's a word list to add to your lesson plans! This list can be used to play all of the games and activities on our site. http://www.spellingcity.com/view-spelling-list.html?listId=2851114
Kathy Malsbenden

ClockLink.com - 30 views

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    Free clock for your web page.
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    good
Dana Huff

SideVibe - 32 views

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    "A simple way to place useful, formative classroom lessons over any Web page. "
Samantha Fecich

WednesdayswithSam - 38 views

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    This wiki was created to be a resource for teachers, students, and parents to utilize in order to reinforce topics discussed in the classroom. This site is updated weekly as I obtain new information and resources. You will find many websites all separated by subject area.
    Learn and enjoy!
Nicole Lakusta

Over 20 Free Digital Classroom Tools… Customize… Plus No Log In! | 21 st Cent... - 3 views

  • What amazed me most about Classtools.net was not the valuable tools provided, but the ability for teachers to easily customize these tools and use them in any subject area. If that is not enough, how about the ability to embed your newly made instructional resource on your own classroom website, wiki, or blog
Francesc .

Class Timer - 1 views

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    Class Timer
Dana Huff

Qwiki - 40 views

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    Qwiki allows users to learn more about a variety of topics through multimedia and storytelling. Users can also contribute content to make Qwiki even better.
Dana Huff

The Differentiator - 76 views

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    Build your objectives using Revised Bloom's Taxonomy.
Jennifer Garcia

Triptico | Inspiration for Imaginative Teachers | Interactive Resources for Imaginative... - 8 views

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    "Welcome to the Triptico website.

    The Triptico resource application currently contains 23 different interactive resources - all of which are easy to edit, adapt, save and share.

    Welcome to the Triptico website.

    The Triptico resource application currently contains 23 different interactive resources - all of which are easy to edit, adapt, save and share.

    You can access them all with one simple download... everything is completely free - and you will receive updates whenever new resources are added!



    You can access them all with one simple download... everything is completely free - and you will receive updates whenever new resources are added!

    Please contact me if you have any questions or feedback, David. "
Donna Bills

amMap: Interactive flash maps - 81 views

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    Great tool! Thanks for sharing!
The0d0re Shatagin

6 Free Online Interactive White Boards | Emerging Internet Technologies for Education - 66 views

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    Blog EmerginEdTech article on 6 online interactive whiteboards - the choices are worth exploring; you'll probably wind up using more than one
Dana Huff

Tech Tips For Teachers: Free, Easy and Useful Creation Tools - The Learning Network Blo... - 68 views

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    Ryan Goble, who often coaches teachers in what he calls the "mindful" use of technology, has written today's guest post on user-friendly tools that enable the creation of student projects.
Diane Woodard

Adventures in Ed Tech: Ten Interactive White Board Web 2.0 Tools - 111 views

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    "Ten Interactive White Board Web 2.0 Tools"
Ludmilla Smirnova

Lesson plans and resources for your SMART Board - SMART Exchange - Contest - 49 views

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    New smarttech Home
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    The experience I have found is that Unversity lecturers, preservice students and schools (the majority, not the minority) are struggling to understand how to use technologies such as whiteboards in an effective manner. The typical response for change in institutions is to push the technology not the pedagogy.
    Also, not sure of the percentage of casual teachers, high I believe, is that they go from school to school, where some have smartboards, some promethean and other various models.

    Where does the education for technology start? In the schools, the universities, the student? or the manufacture who puts out promotional material on the web, hoping this will transfuse into the teachers time poor memory of lesson plans.
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