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Guest Blog: The educational value of creative disobedience - 2 views

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    An article by Andrea Kuszewski in Scientific American. It's a research based look at why traditional teaching methods suck the creativity out of us and the hard work each of us needs to do to escape the effects as we grow into adulthood.
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Dvolver Moviemaker. Make digital movies online. Formerly Dfilm. Home - 1 views

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    a tool to create your mini animations by pointing and clicking. You can choose the setting, characters, music at the background and how the chosen characters interact in your animation. You write what you want your characters to say and it shows up in bubbles in your animation. Children can watch a video and write an ending for it or they can summarize a story.
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Free Puzzlemaker | Discovery Education - 5 views

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    Puzzlemaker is a puzzle generation tool for teachers, students and parents. Create and print customized word search, criss-cross, math puzzles, and more-using your own word lists. You can't save the puzzles and link to them - but you could screenshot them (or save the png file it creates) and insert as an image. Alternatively print them out as worksheets.
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Languages Online - 6 views

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    Download these free programs and create your own interactive games and activities. Follow the simple steps to add your own text, pictures or voice recordings. Suitable for all languages!
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70+ Google Forms for the Classroom | edte.ch - 7 views

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    Google Forms offers a range of useful tools. The author of this post has created example forms for each of the different topics,. You can follow the links in each of the ten sections
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Comics in the Classroom: 100 Tips, Tools, and Resources for Teachers | Teaching Degree.org - 0 views

  • Gone are the days of children sneaking comics past diligent parents and teachers watching out for sub-par literature. The comics of today not only have plenty to offer, they are gaining well-deserved recognition and awards. Take advantage of the natural affinity children have for comics and use them as a powerful teaching tool in your classroom. The following tips, tools, and resources
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    By Kelsey Allen. "Gone are the days of children sneaking comics past diligent parents and teachers watching out for sub-par literature. The comics of today not only have plenty to offer, they are gaining well-deserved recognition and awards. Take advantage of the natural affinity children have for comics and use them as a powerful teaching tool in your classroom. The post contains links to tips, tools, and resources.
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