VideoNot.es lets you watch any video and take notes side by side on the same screen. It also automatically syncs your notes and video. Plus, your notes are stored in Google Drive for easy access and sharing.
Doug Joubert's insight:
This is one of those "almost a Chrome extension" kind of sites. Cool idea, doesn't work on an iPad, though.
Keeping your students' attention, focus, and respect is a constant process that takes a lot of time and energy out of your day. These tools can be your time-saving and energy-freeing sidekicks as they help you instantly assess learning, create seatin
Educational website developed by Kids Design Collaborative introduces young people age 9-14 to the world of design and important 21st century skills. Engage students in the creative process. Capture kids' interest in fashion, graphic design, interior design, book arts, architecture, animation, product design and environmental design.
Instead of droning on in your next presentation, liven it up by making it interactive and collaborative. With the Q&A feature in Slides, your audience can submit questions and vote on them during your presentation. Here's how to use this feature.
You probably don't give much thought to how you name your Drive files, but given how many documents we use every day, your files can quickly get messy and lost if you don't have a good naming convention in place. Here are some tips for creating your own naming conventions so that your Drive files stay neat, organized, and easily searchable.
The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators. Site contains a Software Reviews Database, articles from Technology & Learning Magazine, articles from Educators in Educators' eZine, Event and Contest listings, Reader suggested Web sites, and weekly news updates on education technology leaders." />
Interactive math practice site for students in Kindergarten through 5th grades. Review addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, telling time, counting money, geometry, and much more!
Doug Joubert's insight:
Great Math drills, especially for early Elementary, and, yes, it's iPad compatible.
Common Sense Graphite is a site by teachers, for teachers that helps you find the best educational technology resources and learn the best practices for implementing them in your classroom. Brought to you by Common Sense Media: Empowering kids to thrive in a world of media and technology.
With new Edtech resources popping up daily, it seems that many educators can miss some of the good ones that would be most useful in the classroom. While preparing for a conference and updating my slides, I thought I would share 5 Google Resources you may have missed. Smarty Pins - Is a Google Maps…
Get students using their mobile devices to move and to learn – NO INTERNET CONNECTION NEEDED! Submit! – Input a series of questions and answers. No programming experience needed – just cut and paste from a word processor Create! – Get a QR code for each question. Automatically generated as text files, *no need for web access* …
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