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GoAnimate.com

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GoAnimate for Schools lets teachers and students create professional-looking animations with the simple click of a mouse. This school-friendly version of the original GoAnimate site creates a “walled garden” that allows teachers to manage and moderate all the content students may come across. In addition, student work is viewable only by those within their class or school. GoAnimate for Schools has three tiers of users: Student, Teacher, and Super Teacher. Each has its own privileges within the website. Students can create animations and view the animations of their teacher as well as their peers, if their teacher has given them access. Students can create unlimited characters and videos of unlimited length.


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Daniel Stebbins's curator insight, June 19, 2014 12:08 AM

We have implemented GoAnimate from Grade 9 to Grade 12 with excellent success.  Both students and teachers love it and the benefits for students are limitless.  Can be used for project based learning, skills practice and student publishing.  It also motivates students tremendously and increases after school English activities and homework.

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Visualize Internet in Reali Time ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Visualize Internet in Reali Time ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | computers in teaching english | Scoop.it
Visualize Internet in Real Time http://t.co/EpdscbY02F #elt #edu #teaching @medkh9
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The Brainstorming Tweak: How to Boost Creativity in Groups

The Brainstorming Tweak: How to Boost Creativity in Groups | computers in teaching english | Scoop.it

In contrast, Electronic Brainstorming allows (forces, even) every member to see what the other's are saying with little or no effort. It means that the group is exposed to the flow of ideas with very little effort.

 


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 15, 2013 12:40 PM

Interesting article that links to research into effective brainstorming. I've found Tricider really useful to facilitate this.

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The 5 EdTech trends of ELT part 3: Tablets and Smartphones | ELTjam

The 5 EdTech trends of ELT part 3: Tablets and Smartphones | ELTjam | computers in teaching english | Scoop.it
While access to the single most powerful feature of a smartphone (decent internet access) is still patchy, especially in poorer countries, it's still much more feasible to get online now than it was when a PC and landline were ...
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Disruptor or disrupted? How to be among the 9% that survive - eltjam

Disruptor or disrupted? How to be among the 9% that survive - eltjam | computers in teaching english | Scoop.it
eltjam: EdTech in ELT / ESL – mobile, online, gaming ... about recent research into disruptive innovation and what it means for the publishing industry got me thinking about what it might mean for ELT publishing specifically.
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Can I Use This Image On My Website?

Can I Use This Image On My Website? | computers in teaching english | Scoop.it
The handy flowchart style poster should help you decide whether or not you can a particular image on your website. If yes, the poster also suggest way on how you can properly credit the original source of the photograph.

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