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Susan Stansberry

Mozilla X-Ray Goggles - 0 views

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    X-ray Goggles is another great tool that Mozilla makes to help students learn the code that powers much of what they see on the Web. X-ray Goggles is a free tool that lets you remix any page that you find on the Internet. (Note, it doesn't change the way others see the page, it only changes the way that you see it). To use X-ray Goggles you need to install it in your Chrome or Firefox bookmarks bar. Then you can launch it on any webpage. When you launch X-ray Goggles you will be able to select images and text on a page and then shown the code behind your selection. X-ray Goggles will let you then alter the code to display new things on that page. Watch my video here to learn how to use X-ray Goggles.
rachnicol23

Piktochart. Create Easy Infographics, Reports, Presentations - 3 views

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      Great place to make infographics, charts, presentations and posters. It's fairly simple to use and creates nice products.
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    Design app that appeared to be easy to use
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    Easy and quick designing is now possible anytime, anywhere. Continue to website instead Our designers work hard so you don't have to. In fact, you'll have access to a weekly updated library of over 500 professionally-designed templates. Finding a style that fits your message is easy. Edit text, fonts, and colors.
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    Easy and quick designing is now possible anytime, anywhere. Continue to website instead Our designers work hard so you don't have to. In fact, you'll have access to a weekly updated library of over 600 professionally-designed templates. Finding a style that fits your message is easy.
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    This website is great for creating presentations as a student and future teacher
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    Piktochart is a great info graphic and presentation creator. I chose it because we used it in our own teaching this week and found it very useful. It's a great alternative to slides and power-point and has great design features. It can be useful in every class and be customized to fit any teaching material.
Susan Stansberry

Mathtrain.TV Student Tutorials - 0 views

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    Student-created math tutorials
littlelizzy147

Classroom Management Tips for School Computer Labs - 0 views

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    This is great! It shows the pros and cons of having computer labs in schools. Which would you choose? It even has a video.
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    This is a great resource to help show how manage and structure classroom activities in a computer lab.
littlelizzy147

Bloomin' Apps -Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything - 0 views

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    This website provides multiple apps for teachers to use. The apps provided on this website support Bloom's Revised Taxonomy, which is also explained on this website. Browse this website for fun and educational apps to better the technology in your classroom!
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    Includes all the Bloomin' versions in one place!

    I chose this resource for chapter 8 because it contains rubrics and guidelines for educational apps. These rubrics will be a useful tool to refer to when trying to decide if an app should be used in the classroom.
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    This a good resource to look for apps and websites based on Bloom's Taxonomy. It separates the apps based on levels of learning from surface to deeper learning.
gavinkendrick

3 Steps for Building a Professional Learning Network - Education Week Teacher - 1 views

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    English teacher and instructional technology coach Brianna Crowley offers practical advice on creating professional learning networks built on intersecting layers of relationships. I chose this article because it showed step by step what we need to do to build those connections.
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    English teacher and instructional technology coach Brianna Crowley offers practical advice on creating professional learning networks built on intersecting layers of relationships. I chose this article because it showed step by step what we need to do to build those connections.
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    This article gives a great insight to what a PLN is, how to get it started, and how to use it.
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    This site provides information on how to create your own Professional Learning Network including how to get started, how to find other professionals, and how to use it to communicate effectively. It is great to join PLNs but it's great to learn how to create one!
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    I chose this resource because it gives a brief explanation of what a PLN is. Then it give three specific steps on how to build your PLN and goes into detail about each step.
Susan Stansberry

ClassFlow: Creating Interactive Digital Lessons - 0 views

Susan Stansberry

Free Technology for Teachers: X-Ray Goggles Help Students See How Webpages Are Made - 0 views

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    "X-ray Goggles is a free tool that lets you remix any page that you find on the Internet. You can install X-ray Goggles in your Chrome or Firefox bookmarks bar. Then you can launch it on any webpage. When you launch X-ray Goggles you will be able to select images and text on a page and then shown the code behind your selection. X-ray Goggles will let you then alter the code to display new things on that page."
Susan Stansberry

acquainted - 0 views

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    Tool to send out a link to interactive surveys
annissadavis

Goformative - 3 views

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    This site allows you to formatively assess all of your students at the same time. You can look and see what all of your students are doing and assess them.
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    A website that creates formative assessments that you can monitor in real time
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    A website tool that teachers can use to assess students.
mykahd

Differentiated Instructional Strategies - Differentiated Strategies for Assessment - 4 views

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    This site shows the two assessment types for students - Formative and Summative
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    This site shows the two assessment types for students - Formative and Summative
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    This site offers a list of creative strategies for formative assessment
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    Differentiated assessment is an ongoing process of evaluation where the teacher gathers information and data before, during, and after instruction to better facilitate the learning. This process ensures success for all students in the differentiated class with data provided from a variety of sources assisting in giving an overall view of student achievement.
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    Differentiated assessment is an ongoing process of evaluation where the teacher gathers information and data before, during, and after instruction to better facilitate the learning.
    This website gives several examples that teachers can use for assessing.
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    I thought this was a nice resource for ideas to differentiate your assessments. One of the items for fair assessment was many different kinds of measures. This source provides you with a lot of good ideas as well as cool activities
mykahd

Oklahoma Academic Standards | Oklahoma State Department of Education - 5 views

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    Very simple website to keep up with Ok teaching standards
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    This will show how to know what you are expected to teach in different subjects at different grade levels in Oklahoma schools
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    I just thought this would be something useful for an Oklahoma Educator to be aware of.
Susan Stansberry

Great Apps and Websites for Mapmaking | Common Sense Education - 1 views

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    Integrate math, science, geography, literature, and writing into a mapmaking activity!
webtrek

InCtrl - Lesson: Digital Citizenship - 1 views

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    This site is awesome! It discusses how to teach digital citizenship and offers integration ideas for all subject areas. In addition, it offers curriculum ideas for teachers, while providing activities for students as well.
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    This is a good lesson plan for teaching Digital Citizenship to students.
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