This is a collection of usefull web . and social media applications for anyone in education. I have tried them all and I have seen the potential in them. Now it is up to you and your imagination to use them in your teaching or when studying!
Blabberize is a fun, free web 2.0 tool that allows you to quickly and painlessly create talking photos. Simply upload a photo of your choice, select the photo’s mouth or jaw, and record your ...kein Kontras?
Why Public School Leaders Must Embrace Social Media NowForbesThe benefits are just too great, and as more of the taxpaying community ties into social media through mobile devices, “traditional” public schools have to become non-traditional, and...
Die vielleicht größte Attraktion, die das Internet bietet, ist die Möglichkeit, von und zu allen Orten der Welt und zu jeder Zeit Kontakte zu anderen Menschen zu knüpfen und zu halten......Sind wir offener, kommunikationsstärker geworden? Oder einfach geschwätziger und oberflächlicher?
Ask any teacher what’s the second thing that they lack the most, and the response that you will get is “time.” I honestly wish that I could have logged in all of the hours that I spent planning and gr...
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