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Rhondda Powling

StudyJams - 0 views

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    Human Body Study Jams are from Scholastic. There are six human body Study Jams; skeletal system, nervous system, digestive system, respiratory system, muscular system, and circulatory system. Study Jams are slideshows and animations that provide a short overview of various topics in maths and science. Some of the other sections in science include Plants, Animals, Ecosystem, Landforms, rocks and minerals, Weather and climate, Solar System, Matter, Force and motion, Energy, light and sound and Scientific enquiry. They offer photographs and some text with background music. There is a short test that viewers can take after watching the slides. These are like study cards. They may be a good starting point or could be used as a revision guide
Rhondda Powling

Quizlet for Android - Review Your Notes Online or Offline - 1 views

Rhondda Powling

ThinkBinder - 4 views

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    Think Binder is a website that gives students a place to create online study groups. In each group students can share files, share links, chat, and draw on a collaborative whiteboard. Students can create and join multiple groups. Getting started with Think Binder is very easy and quick..
s2 art

Web2 - Educational Technology - ICT in Education - 10 views

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    Amazing Web 2 Projects.pdf
Suzie Vesper

Use Awesome Highlighter for Main Ideas and Note Taking Skills » TeachEng.us - 0 views

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    Ideas for using with Awesome Highlighter. Some of this can be done with Diigo but still useful to know about.
Andrew Jeppesen

Flashcard Search - 0 views

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    Uses google custom search to sift through a variety of flashcard sites for the flashcards you need.
Jo McLeay

Intel Education: Designing Effective Projects: Unit Plans - 0 views

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    Designing Effective Projects : Project-Based Units to Engage Students
dean groom

CIPD - Helping people learn: overview and update - 0 views

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    In April 2004 the CIPD embarked on a important new research project Helping people learn which considered how we can move from a strategy based on the delivery of training to one based on support for learning
Jo McLeay

wePapers - Creating the world's biggest study group - 0 views

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    WePapers helps students and others share and expand their knowledge
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