Prezi – The Zooming Presentation Editor
Prezi is a Web2.0 application that allows you to create very artistic presentations similar to Powerpoint but on the web for free!
StoryJumper: publish your own children’s book.
StoryJumper is a place to create and discover stories for kids. What’s your story?™
Perhaps this is a tool that you could use to Introduce yourselves to the class?
Introducing Programming to Preschoolers | MindShift
Since MIT’s Lifelong Kindergarten group released Scratch in 2007, kids ages 8 to 13 have built more than 2.2 million animations, games, music, videos and stories using the kid-friendly programming language.
A ‘Manifesto for Teaching Online’: The Edinburgh Edict « Educational Technology and Change Journal
The Manifesto for Teaching Online (2.24.12), written by teachers and researchers in the MSc in E-learning program at the University of Edinburgh from June 2010 to May 2011, is arguably the most exciting document for discussion to emerge thus far in 2012. It was distributed in the following format, but other formats are also available.
HOW TO: Create A Blog. Every. Single. Step. | Edudemic
On the surface, setting up a blog is simple. While it’s really not complex no matter how you view it, there can be small hangups and confusing steps that leave you uncertain how to proceed. Good thing you’ve got Edudemic.
The Complete Dropbox for Educators | Tech the Plunge
Dropbox is a very useful tool to store online files, sync your computers and mobile devices and share files. With all those capabilities it makes it a natural tool for educators!
About E-Interviews | Vision2Lead
What are “e-interviews”? They are interviews
conducted via information and communications technologies (ICTs). Both synchronous and asynchronous tools can be used for interviews. My focus is primarily on rich media synchronous ICTs and on scholarly research interviews. These types of technologies that can be used for online interviews allow for written, verbal and visual communications.
Online Mind Mapping and Brainstorming app – SpiderScribe
SpiderScribe is an online mind mapping and brainstorming tool. It lets you organize your ideas by connecting notes, files, calendar events, etc. in free-form maps. You can collaborate and share those maps online!
Critical thinking explained in six kid-friendly animations
If you’ve been looking for a crash course in basic logic — or just want to explain to a friend exactly what a logical fallacy is — turn your attention to these simple, easy-to-understand videos, which lay out the basics of critical thinking.
Why mobile learning? – YouTube
Mobile learning is seen by many as a disruptive technology. This is because it has been identified as a technology which holds great potential to transform the learning and teaching within a classroom. What follows is a mash up presented at the NSWDEC 5th biennial equity conference in 2011 which explains some of the issues.
Useful list of iPad apps grouped by function to assist with curriculum planning
How to Use Google Search More Effectively [INFOGRAPHIC]
SOme great tips on making your Google searches more productive. Students should print this out and keep it handy!
DEHub Research Projects/University of Southern Queensland – WikiResearcher
About the iPod trial in EDC3100
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