File Lab is a free online converter for your video and audio. It helps you solve the problems that often arise when putting together a multimedia presentation.
Great site for finding, creating, or uploading infographics on any topic imagineable. I can see math teachers using these infographics to compare data and as a great starting point to lead to larger mathematical questions.
The App Inventor – Course Outline & Lessons for Teaching HS Programming
Google Intern, Michelle Hutton, created the following 6 week curriculum. This
curriculum is a project based curriculum that allows students to explore the
world of computer science through the creation of smartphone apps. To learn
more explore the following links:
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Welcome to the Web provides technology teachers with an organized framework and learning modules to help students understand the Internet.
Web Tools That Educators Should Have in the Bag from Ozge Karaoglu’s Blog is a thorough list of free tools to help you be more productive in your classroom. While you are on this post, check out the other great ideas on this blog.
Vocalyze.Com is a free site that reads your written web content aloud to you. Perfect for long commutes or could even be utilized with struggling readers or English Language Learners.
Tekzilla on the Web answers Technology Questions Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton and Veronica Belmont bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.
Learning Games for Kids.Com
Educational games are a great tool for building foundation math and language skills that today’s elementary school curriculum requires. These online learning games and songs for kids are fun, teach important skills for preschool and elementary school kids and they’re free. Want educational games that help build skills in math, language, science, social studies, and more? You’ve come to the right place!
Tildee.Com is a web site where you can search to find tutorials or how tos on many technology applications. And, you can also create and easily upload our own tutorial videos to share with others.
Bloomin Google on Kathy Schrock.Net is a great play on Bloom’s Taxonomy using Web 2.0 free Google Resources to reach each of the learning domains.
Grapholite Free Graphing Tool is a good alternative for younger students to Kidspiration. It is a free online tool with many colors and shapes for graphing ideas.
67 EdTech Resources You May Have Missed is a an extensive list of resources from the Tech the Plunge blog.
Primary Wall.Com is a lot like Wallwisher but on a primary level. You can use this to work collaboratively with your students and colleagues.
Markup allows you to draw on any web page (including using Active Boards) and you do not have to sign up or download software. Simply right click and save the Markup site to your Favorites. Go to the site you want to show your class. While on the site, go to Favorites, click Markup. A toolbar will appear and let you write on the web page. You can save these markups to the site and retrieve them at a later date (perhaps for review).
Web Tools for Elementary Teachers is a great site from the Edina School District.
SnapHow.Com Snaphow.com focuses on publishing user friendly PC Guides and tutorials which appeals to the regular internet users and non-geeks.
Richard Byrne\’s Favorite Technology Resources Richard Byrne’s blog, Free Technology for Teachers, has always provided a wealth of resources for classroom teachers. Now, he has compiled all his favorites onto one site. Check it out!
Using Document Cameras in the Classroom is a web site with practical ideas organized by age groups.
Blooms Pyramid of Web 2.0 shows various online content to facilitate learning at all levels of the taxonomy.
Audioboo was launched in March 2009 as a simple way of recording audio while on the move and adding as much useful data to it as possible, such as photos, tags and location. It is a mobile & web platform that allows you to record and upload audio for your friends, family or the rest of the world to hear.
Mrs. Tenkely\’s Computer Resources has dozens of resources for elementary student categorized by subject and grade level.
The Zimmer Twins is a site devoted to kids and creative storytelling. Since 2005, the Zimmer Twins has invited children to create and share their own animated stories.
Go Animate 4 Schools is a safe, easy way to animate stories.
Teachers and students can create amazing animated stories using our studio. No drawing required!
Upload pictures, add your voices to your creations, …the sky’s the limit.