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Janos Haits

Home - XWiki - 4 views

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    "Knowledge sharing is key to operational excellence and is becoming a critical aspect of every modern business."
Charlotte Thornton

Teachers.Net - LESSON PLANS - Free Lesson Plans For Teachers... - 6 views

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    lesson plans by teachers
Charlotte Thornton

BetterLesson: Empowering Teachers' 'Professional Learning' - 1 views

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    Professional Development
George Bradford

New Code - wp-pressthis-button · Ari Bader-Natal - 1 views

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    "New Code - wp-pressthis-button Ari Bader-Natal * 08 November 2015 * Filed under: The wp-pressthis-button is a quick hack to make it easier for others to quote you and your work in their blogs. Code is hosted on Github at https://github.com/aribn/wp-pressthis-button What WordPress ships with a blog-specific Press This bookmarklet, which allows a blog author to select/highlight content from any website and quote it, with attribution, on their own WordPress blog. This project extends Press This functionality in two ways: It moves the UI from the browser Favorites bar into the web itself, embeddable on any web page. It untethers the functionality from one specific WordPress server, instead allowing a viewer to specify their own WordPress server, wherever that may be."
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Zotero | Home - 3 views

Ely Kahn

Showcase | SVGeneration - 10 views

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Janos Haits

iTools - use the best tools - 20 views

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    Use the best tool for the job. We find and share the best tools to get whatever you want done. Simply.
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Scott Kinkoph

Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies - 7 views

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Margaret Moore-Taylor

7 Online Quiz Tools Perfect For Classrooms - Edudemic - 26 views

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    Whether you want to have students turn in homework via an online form or simply take a quiz or test, online quiz tools are critical to having a connected classroom. Most tools are free, all are robust, and they're quite easy to use. What could be better than that? You can use any of these below tools to get feedback from parents, students, colleagues, and more.
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Margaret Moore-Taylor

48 Free Education Apps Sorted By Grade Level - Edudemic - 16 views

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    Gary Toews has put together the below list of useful education apps as recommended by the STaRT Education Department. On this page are nearly all the apps I'd personally recommend to anyone looking to outfit their iPad, iPhone, or other device with free apps perfect for their grade level.
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Margaret Moore-Taylor

MakeUseOf - 12 views

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    If you can't get enough tips, apps, websites, tech help and guides, Make Use Of should be a go-to for you. This website will keep you in-the-know when it comes to anything tech. Cost: Free.
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Margaret Moore-Taylor

Write yourself in. Figment - 11 views

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    A place to get young teens to write and even read!  Figment users-most of whom are between 13 and 24 years old-create a profile and upload their work, giving it a title and picking from a large selection of stock images to use as cover art. Other users can read the pieces online and leave comments and provide feedback. The site is free and there is capabilities to create educator/ group profiles to have privacy within your own class before making writings public.Rally good for self expression, releasing feelings thoughts and creativity.    
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Margaret Moore-Taylor

Meograph: Four-dimensional storytelling - 13 views

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    Meograph is a free, easy multimedia storytelling tool. Students can quickly combine videos, audio, pictures, text, maps, timelines, and links to create what the developers call "four-dimensional storytelling." No registration is required and an education version is available.  You have to play around with it to get the concept before introducing it to students.
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