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Classmint.com - Online Cornell Notes, Flashcards and Study Groups
Freemium, but most features are free.
Below is a list of some very good name selector apps for teachers. The idea of such a list was born out of an email we received from a teacher asking about some recommended apps in this regard. We did some online research (we started with AppCrawlr) and came up with the titles below. Some of the things you can do with apps below include: randomly pick student names and teams, divide students into different groups, create random teams in class and many more:
Google Drive has enabled Google Add Ons and there are some that you and your students will want to enable right away. Others may appeal more to professional developers or those who work remotely .
Flipped and Blended Interactive Video Learning Platform
This program is ideal for flipped classroom work. Any video can be used and edited. You add your own questions, assign to a class and receive real time feedback about which students have done the assignment and how they answered each question. It saves time on grading and the kids like it.
Free tools or websites that teachers can create or share quizzes and polls. Please add your recommendations. | Interact | Create A Quiz, Learningpod, Socrative | Student Response System, ExamTime Quizzes, Google Forms + Flubaroo, Joomla Quiz Deluxe, Learning Management System (LMS), course management software for e-Learning, web-based online training platform, Moodle, Testmoz, and PollEverywhere
by Nikolaos Chatzopoulos
"Google’s advance in the education field has brought to schools around the globe affordable devices and effortless access to educational content. Google’s latest solution for learning is called Google Classroom. Although Google Classroom will be available at the beginning of the school year to all schools that have adopted Google Apps for Education, the Mountain View based company granted access to Google Classroom to a select few individuals in July. I was fortunate enough to be one of these early adopters/testers of Google Classroom, and I can honestly say that I am impressed by its simplicity, and its ability to seamlessly integrate Google Docs, Sheets,Drive, Gmail, and more in order to provide a wonderful and highly productive user experience."
AppEdReview provides teachers with app reviews and instructional ideas for how to use apps with students that are steeped in the Common Core Standards.
A wide variety of teacher related apps that are catagorized and reviewed.
I have come across a lot of posts with resources to free images and find them fascinating. Then I forget where they heck they are and even if I find them it takes way too long! So, I decided to put together a Symbaloo page to make it accessible to me immediately. If you're not…
Editor’s note: This is a revised version of an article we originally ran on March 22nd, 2014, updated to reflect the latest Google innovations. Since its inception, Google Drive has been a source of excitement for innovation-minded educators.
For those who would rather correct via speech!
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It’s important to remember here — and looking too at the Google Classroom launch with a grading scale based on 100 points (a grading scale that is not "natural," that has a history) — that technology does not simply work in the service of supporting educational practices. Technology shapes, limits, steers those practices, and then — and this is key — even when the technology changes, those practices endure. They become “hard coded.” They become part of the infrastructure.