There are a lot of web tools out there. Many of which are free or, at the very least, freemium. In other words, you can do a free trial to see if you like it. With so many to choose from, it’s tough to figure out which ones work best, are popular, are well supported, …
Yesterday, we wrote about the latest Forbes list of ’30 Under 30′ in the education field. You may already follow some of them, or the companies they've founded or work for already. But if you don't here's the chance to beef up your Twitter list with interesting folks.
It was the monthly "engineering week" when I visited the A.J. Whittenberg Elementary School of Engineering in Greenville, South Carolina, in January. Volunteers from one of the several local big-name companies in town were teaching special lessons. This week, employees from General Electric, some in purple t-shirts, were teaching about hydro, wind, and solar power sources.
Mozilla's Popcorn Maker is a free tool for crafting videos that incorporate images, remixed video clips, links, and social feeds. It can take some time to get the hang of all of the features of Popcorn Maker, but it is a powerful tool.
Unas son tipo plataforma y otras, software; las hay que trabajan en la nube y otras en servidores; varias son ya las que cuentan con apps para poder utilizarlas a través de dispositivos móviles y la mayoría está compuesta por módulos -pueden contratarse de forma independiente- que permiten que los centros pueden gestionar sus procesos académicos, administrativos y de comunicación con las familias.
All of the following seven tools can be used to draw and type on a whiteboard in your browser. With the exception of PixiClip all of these tools can be used collaboratively for brainstorming sessions. While PixiClip doesn't allow for collaboration it does have a voice-over capability.