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Splashup is a full-featured, free range, image editor online.
This Wiki has great examples of LiveBinders, and information out the wazoo.
Good job, AASL!
Neat stuff you can use interactively.
A neat set of videos on YouTube that goes over SMARTBoard basics. I love it!
Multiplication and Division resources for interactive whiteboards.
One blogger's thoughts. I've used some and agree.
A Free flash online stopwatch, quick easy to use flash stopwatch! also a countdown timer!
Great content that includes lessons and games for kids.
Don't know how to use YouTube in the classroom. YouTube tells you!
One of the better collection of iPad apps for use by students.
An interesting app for iPad that lets you journal, much like a high school girl would do in her diary. Cool!
A pretty cool collection of iPad apps, and REAL reviews. Very helpful site.
An interesting list that includes free and inexpensive apps.
Kudos to "Tech & Learning" for this collection.
Nice basic list of tools to use in the classroom.
HP Teacher Experience Exchange strikes again. A video that covers tools that can be used in the classroom.
Estimating an Rounding can be tough without visuals.
An amazing array of usable information on various Google products, all of which are free.
Nice list of iPad apps that include more than dictionaries.
Do you sometimes feel like all this technology is too confusing? This site gives you reviews of three GREAT resources that put things in plain English. Richard Byrne does it again!
Good write-up on classtools.net. The interface is colorful and a little out-dated, but I'm liking the free tools.
A great Google doc presentation that gives not just ideas, but ways of accomplishing those ideas.
Some PDF, some interactive, almost all GOOD!
An incredible tool for creating world maps using demographic information. FYI, The CIAs World Fact Book is a great resource, and you can load the info right into GunnMap.