A better way to experience information....Qwiki Reference is a multi-media search engine that yields results in the form of a computer narrated slideshow. Qwiki does pull content directly from Wikipedia so it’s important to teach students to use this tool as a starting point for research.
On Teachem teachers can build courses that are composed of a series of videos hosted on YouTube. Teachers can write questions and comments in "flashcards" that are tied to specific parts of each video and display next to each video. Students can take notes while watching the videos using the Teachem SmartNote system. Free Technology for Teachers
Empowering Teachers. Motivating Students. ClassBadges is a free, online tool where teachers can award badges for student accomplishments. Through your teacher account, you can award badges customized for your classroom or school.
Szoter is an easy to use, free, online image annotation tool. It can be used to create and grab images from your computer screen or webcam. You can then annotate the images using a range of features from text to callouts. This is useful tool for creating instruction sheets or learning materials. There is an online version or a desktop app.
Nice site for teachers to create and deliver lessons digitally. Lessons can be added with different types of sources: Text (Instructions and drills, narrative...), image, video. Even students can create their own.