7 Steps to Flipped Professional Development is an article from Getting Smart blog which gives school administrators some ideas on how to improve their school meetings.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Algebra, Math Resources, Videos | Posted on March 13, 2014
Front Row Math has dozens of online math videos and content for student mastery. Front Row comes with hundreds of videos custom-tailored to provide your student with the right help at the right time. Unlike videos you might have used before, their videos are extremely short and right to the point, ensuring the student can pay attention and gets help on the specific problem she is facing.
Here is a great blog post from the Kleinspiration Blog on using Front Row Math in the classroom.
You may be familiar with the Haiku Deck iPad App which is great to use for developing presentations. What you might not know is there is also a web application. Check it out at Haiku Deck.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Math Resources | Posted on March 13, 2014
Planet Nutshell Math Videos is a channel on the this video creation site where teachers can find creative ways to introduce math concepts.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Digital Storytelling, Music | Posted on March 13, 2014
TelevisionTunes.Com is your one stop place on the web to find any theme song you can imagine. Might be fun in music class or even in language arts classes to go along with digital storytelling.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Gamification | Posted on March 13, 2014
Answerables is an online virtual world game designed exclusively for students. There is a short video describing the game and also information for parents and teachers about online safety.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Coding, Gamification | Posted on March 13, 2014
Here are three online tools to help students learn computer coding.
Have you ever needed to quickly edit a photo to post online but don’t have the correct software on your device.? Here are some great solutions from the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning blog: 6 Web Tools to Edit Photos Without Installing Software
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Common Core | Posted on March 13, 2014
The Core Standards.Org web site has recently received a redo and has some terrific resources for the classroom teacher including a section on explaining the CCSS to parents.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Cloud Computing | Posted on March 13, 2014
This chart gives a nice comparison of the pros and cons of the various cloud storage solutions. Check it out on the Assorted Stuff Tech Blog.
Padlet is a free web tool that allows you to create a wall on any topic. Ideas include:
teaching, wishing friends, noticeboards, bookmarking, discussions, brainstorming, notetaking, quizzes, planning events, making lists, watching videos, collecting feedback
This would be a great classroom tool for summative assessment.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Infographs | Posted on March 13, 2014
The wonderful Kathy Schrock has published a very thorough guide to using infographs in the classroom including samples, places to create, and ideas for use.
Addressing the Common Core with the Use of Infographs is another page on the Kathy Schrock site.
Here is a another Guide to Using Infographs in the classroom.
5 Tools for Creating Educational Infographs
Teaching with Infographs – Places to Start from the New York Times.
This Livebinder by C. Shinn has dozens of resources for Infographs in Education.
This article from Learning Lift Off highlights where you can find educational infographics on just about every subject, from history, math, and science, to art, literature and world languages.
Visual.ly is a great site to use for creating infographs.
Piktochart is another infograph creation tool.
Institute in a Box has a good article on using and creating infographs.
70 Tools And 4 Reasons To Make Your Own Infographics is an article from Edudemic.
Why Should Teachers Use Infographics is another article from Edudemic with resources.
Even if you were not able to attend FETC14, here is a complete list of videos and presentations posted on the Tech the Plunge Blog by Jeff Thomas. Here is the link to most of the conference sessions.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Apps for Learning | Posted on March 13, 2014
Ever heard of App Smashing? This is merely the idea of taking the functionality of more than one App and combining to create a digital project. This site has a video and ideas on how to make this work in your classroom.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Common Core, Math Resources | Posted on March 13, 2014
Bad Maths is a web site on Flikr that shows photographs of math mistakes from around the world. Could be a great bellringer or activating strategy for a Common Core math task.