Darren Kuropatwa has a great post here on trying out a “bring your own device” class. One thing else I would need: easy wifi.
Some good ideas here – thanks David Especially like the idea of the book reviews – might be time to try upgrading the reading records at school.
Richard Byrne has listed a whole series of tools that look interesting to trial in the classroom. The ones I’m looking at are: Popplet Class Blogs … which looks like a normal multi-user wordpress account but has options to grade assignments etc built in. SpiderScribe… another online mindmapping tool but with the bonus of being able to add files, calendar … Read More
There’s a wonderful idea over at Ed Stuck in the Cloud: why not use the Inform platform to create text based adventures a la Zork to enthuse students? “While the idea of asking students to create video games could be daunting to a teacher with core curriculum concerns, it becomes quickly evident with use that Inform is crazy easy to … Read More
Tool for creating black and white comic strips Source: here
nlike many other mind-mapping tools, VUE can go a step beyond the mind map, turning your brainstorms into slide presentations so you can share them with others. They're laid out so viewers can walk through the information contained in your map in a way that helps them understand how the concepts are laid out. VUE has tons of features that … Read More
Present.ly is an award-winning microblogging platform that keeps your company connected in real-time. Increase your team's productivity by posting updates, sharing files, exchanging ideas, and more. Source: here
Hunch helps you make decisions and gets smarter the more you use it. Source: here