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Anatomy Arcade

Anatomy Arcade | technologies |
Anatomy Arcade makes basic human anatomy come ALIVE through awesome games, interactives and videos.
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If you want to make learning anatomy a little more fun, try Anatomy Arcade. This game collection is made to teach learners about the human body.

They can look for games by body system or game type.

Learners love the jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles, and matching games.
Go on try it out, you know you want to...

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Educational Apps | Facebook

Educational Apps | Facebook | technologies |

Educational Apps. FiTES (Find Try Evaluate & Share) - You are the experts in your field of work

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Sharing posts about apps and extensions I've found, tried and evaluated for the world of Education.
For learners, practitioners, and other stakeholders...
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Kahoot! - Create, play and share fun learning games for any subject

Kahoot! - Create, play and share fun learning games for any subject | technologies |
Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn – any subject, in any language, on any device, for all ages!
John Dalziel's insight:
  - is a great tool for assessments and having a game based learning element added to the learning environment. 
  - can even be used for professional development. 
  - offers many quizzes in the "public library" which can be duplicated and then personalised/edited. 
When playing, Kahoot! in "ghost mode" it enables learners to try and beat their initial score. 
Jumble, one of Kahoot!'s recent additions, has proved to be a lot of fun and beneficial for learning. 
In Jumble... 
  - practitioners create a question and each of the four coloured tiles becomes part of the response. 
  - when the question appears on the board, the squares on the board are shown but the order is "jumbled". 
  - learners must then slide the squares into the right order to either spell the word, properly form the sentence, or answer the question. 
Foreign language teachers should find Jumble useful for getting learners to practice their spelling as well as for reinforcing proper word order for sentence structure in the language being taught. 
Suitable for all ages, for FREE! 
P.S. Matt Bergman - - has shared a Kahoot! Cheat Sheet that's well worth a closer look at...
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Clipular - Screen capture for Chromebooks & Chrome Browser

Clipular - Screen capture for Chromebooks & Chrome Browser | technologies |
#1 Screen capture, share & collect tool for Chrome - How to take a screenshot of a region, a tab, a horizontally/vertically scrollable area as a searchable image & bookmark it? Try Clipular.
John Dalziel's insight:
Screenshots can be valuable in many learning environments, from showing learners and/or colleagues the steps for using a web app and/or capturing an image of how a webpage looks at a specific moment in time. 
For learning environments that use Chromebooks or Google Chrome as a default browser, Clipular provides a free Chrome extension that can be used to capture such screen images. 
Clipular lets you capture all of a user's screen or a portion of their screen. 
Clipular also gives users the option to scroll while capturing to produce an image of an entire webpage even if it doesn't fit into their current screen view. e.g. if you're looking at this post on a small Chromebook right now, you might not see all of the page until you scroll down. 
NOTE: Clipular does require users to create a free account and their screen capture images are stored in that account. 
Within their library of screen capture images users can create groupings of images, edit their images, and share their images. 
Users can, if they have one, connect Clipular to their Google Drive account and have their images saved directly to Google Drive. 
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Old Maps Online -Historic Maps

Old Maps Online -Historic Maps | technologies |
The easy-to-use getaway to historical maps in libraries around the world.
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Looking for old maps, perhaps for a local history course/workshop? Maps that learners' could use for a local history comparison activity - comparing their current vision of where they live with what it looked like in the past?
This is one on-line resource worth a closer look; a map that users can browse and search to... 
  - find historical maps to view on-line, 
  - download, and 
  - print. 
Users can search Old Maps Online by entering a location or they can just pan and zoom around the world to find historical maps. 
It's well worth taking a look at Richard Byrne's Vido, demonstrating how to use Old Maps Online at ;
So many maps to explore on the web and... 
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Crafty's Chrome Extensions

Crafty's Chrome Extensions | technologies |

improve your productivity, communication and efficiency

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Crafty's Extensions are digital tools for all educational practitioners. These Chrome extensions will help improve their productivity, communication and efficiency. The three I use are... Crafty Cursor (CC), CraftyText (CT) and Crafty Zoom (CZ). My video tutorial at shows you how those three extensions work.
Note: once installed, close and reopen Google Chrome to enable the extensions...
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OER Commons - open educational resources

OER Commons - open educational resources | technologies |
OER Commons is a dynamic digital library and network. Explore open education resources and join our network of educators dedicated to curriculum improvement.
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Open Educational Resources (OER) Commons is a platform that provides open access to a wide variety of open educational resources that are either in the public domain or are licensed under Creative Commons. 
Resources include things such as... 
  - full courses, 
  - course materials, 
  - modules, 
  - textbooks, 
  - streaming videos, 
  - tests, 
  - software, 
...and other tools, materials, or techniques used to support access to knowledge. 
Practitioners/Teachers can re-use and adapt these instructional resources for their own teaching situations and according to the needs of their learners. 
The OER Commons website also provides tools to allow educators to contribute their own educational materials. 
To contribute their educational materials, users can use... 
  - Open Author to create media rich documents, 
  - Lesson Builder to create interactive lessons, or 
  - Module Builder to design interactive modules. 
OER Commons has an internal search functionality that allows users to easily locate any resource they want. 
Users can refine their search by... 
  - subject, 
  - grade level and/or 
  - standards. 
To learn how to search OER Commons watch the video at ;
Well worth a closer look!
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Book Creator - the simple way to create beautiful ebooks

Book Creator - the simple way to create beautiful ebooks | technologies |
Book Creator is a simple EdTech tool to create ebooks on iPad, Android and Windows tablets. Create a book and publish it to Apple's iBooks Store.
John Dalziel's insight:
With Book Creator 5.1 users can now publish their books and make them available on the web. 
Practitioners can also share their learners’ work with... 
  - specific people and/or 
  - a global audience and/or 
  - embed books into course blogs or learning provider's website 
  - tap the export icon beneath your book, and instead of choosing ePub, PDF or video, choose ‘Publish on-line’. 
NOTE: The first time you do this, you’ll be prompted to create a "Teacher account", which you can do with your email address or with an existing Google account. 
All modern browsers are supported on laptops, desktops, tablets and mobile. 
What about privacy? 
Learners cannot publish their own books. It will always be the teacher using their own account that chooses whether or not a book can be shared on-line. 
Once published, books are not publicly searchable on Google or other search engines. 
Books can only be accessed using their private link. It’s up to practitioners to decide how and with whom they share the link. 
What about cost? 
For starters, "every teacher can publish 10 books for free" Ideal for writing courses and more. 
Has to be worth a closer look...
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Watch Frame by Frame - Watch YouTube & Vimeo videos frame by frame 

Watch Frame by Frame - Watch YouTube & Vimeo videos frame by frame  | technologies |
Watch Frame by Frame allows you to watch YouTube and Vimeo videos frame by frame and in slow motion.
John Dalziel's insight:
Video Clips are being used more and more within teaching and learning and there are many ways to watch on-line videos.
'Watch Frame by Frame' enables users to watch YouTube or Vimeo Video Clips in slow motion and/or frame-by-frame. Viewing videos at slower than usual speed can help learners catch things they tend to miss at normal speed. 
Users just need to... 
  - type (or paste) in the video link from YouTube or Vimeo and 
  - choose the appropriate settings. 
There are four controls users can tweak. 
  1: Next to the frame-by-frame playback controls there is a clock which can be toggled to show the movement of frames. 
  2 - 4: allow users to set the steps at a set speed and frames per second. 
Practitioners can share links with their learners - e.g. - but may also wish to suggest the settings to use when viewing. NOTE: I'm sure you are aware that YouTube does already have playback speed settings hidden in plain sight. 
  - Click the Settings icon in the lower-right corner of the playback window (the little cog symbol). 
  - Select Speed from the pop-up overlay which appears. 
  - Choose 0.25 or 0.5 for slow speeds. You can also speed it up by choosing a higher speed. 
Watch Frame by Frame is a useful tool to enhance visual learning!
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Paper & Pencil by FiftyThree

Paper & Pencil by FiftyThree | technologies |
FiftyThree builds tools for mobile creation. Our first product, Paper, is the easiest and most beautiful way to create on the iPad and iPhone. FiftyThree is the space to create.
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Paper by FiftyThree - Sketch, Diagram, Take Notes 
When inspiration occurs, put it on Paper. 
Paper is an excellent way for Practitioners, and/or learners, to... 
 - capture and connect their notes, photos, and sketches; 
 - create checklists; 
 - spotlight details in photos, and 
 - sketch diagrams with unbeatable speed and ease. 
Paper is like a wall of sticky notes for everything! 
Well worth a closer look!
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Bamboo Paper - an excellent notebook app

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Bamboo Paper is an excellent notebook app practitioners and/or learners can use for sketching, drawing, or taking notes. 
Bamboo Paper provides a number of interesting features that makes writing/drawing experience on it resemble a real pen and paper experience. 
Bamboo Paper can be used to engage in a wide variety of creative multimedia activities from drawing beautiful art works to plotting story timelines. 
By using one of Bamboo Paper’s six expressive pens and brushes users can start their writing, drawing or sketching. 
Images and photos can be imported and users can then annotate them. 
The resulting notebooks can be easily synced to other mobile platforms and devices. 
NOTE: - For advanced note-taking or sketching, try the thin-tip pressure sensitive stylus products from Wacom: Bamboo Stylus fineline and Intuos Creative Stylus 2. 
The free version of Bamboo Paper comes with limited features, the paid version has more advanced functionalities. 
Check it out and see if you like it. 
Bamboo Paper is available for... Windows - ;
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Sticky Notes HD – iPad/iPhone/Windows Phone note taking app worth trying out

Sticky Notes HD – iPad/iPhone/Windows Phone note taking app worth trying out | technologies |
a great iPad/iPhone/Windows Phone note taking app worth trying out
John Dalziel's insight:
If like me, you are used to Google Keep, Sticky Notes HD has almost the same functionalities. 
Sticky Notes HD allows users to create memorable sticky notes using a wide variety of features that include... 
► 20 colours, 
► stunning graphics and visuals, 
► customizable notes size, 
► text and colour. 
Users can organise their notes using colour-codes and be able to sort them by priority, alphabetically or inverse. 
Users also have the option to password protect their notes. NOTE: All of a users sticky notes can be automatically synced to other devices, no set up is required. 
Another educational plus provided by Sticky Notes HD, is the ability to create note pics with different backgrounds and filters and post them to social media websites such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. 
Additionally, users can share their notes with others from within the app using one of the following options... 
► mail, 
► social media, or 
► messages. 
Besides recording notes, users can use Sticky Notes HD to create... 
► reminders, 
► memos, 
► lists and much more. 
Give it a try and see if you like it!
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World of Phenomena - naturally occurring events in our world, solar system and universe

World of Phenomena - naturally occurring events in our world, solar system and universe | technologies |
Facts and information about different types of natural phenomena found in the world and universe. Includes weather, geology, space and other types of phenomena.
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Phenomena can be broken down into various categories. 
The World of Phenomena website breaks them down into six main categories: Geological, Weather, Oceanic, Electromagnetic, Space and Physical. 
These categories are subjective and at times an event could be placed into another category. 
The World of Phenomena website is designed to be an easy to use website for learners and anyone interested in the subject matter. 
Well worth a closer look!
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Telegraph - a minimalist publishing tool

Telegraph - a minimalist publishing tool | technologies | is a minimalist publishing tool that allows you to create richly formatted posts and push them to the Web in just a click. Telegraph posts also get beautiful Instant View pages on Telegram.
John Dalziel's insight: gives practitioners, and/or learners, a simple place to publish their writing and pictures without the need to create an account on the site. 
To publish users simply go to and start writing. 
As well as including pictures in their writing, users can also include videos. 
Richard Byrne has created a video clip to show how users can publish a multimedia story on - watch it at ;
The end result is given its own URL that users can share with those that they want to read their work. 
The whole process of publishing on Telegraph is quick and easy.
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Buncee | Create, Present and Share Engaging Multimedia Lessons

Buncee | Create, Present and Share Engaging Multimedia Lessons | technologies |
Buncee is fun and easy web tool for educators and students to create and share engaging multimedia presentations, interactive lessons, digital stories, and more
John Dalziel's insight:
Buncee is a multimedia presentation tool which can be used to create... 
  - interactive presentations, 
  - cards, 
  - signs 
...and other engaging visuals. 
There are many new items added to their library and some additional features, including the ability to use Buncee for assessment. 
Creating with Buncee is easy; users can add multiple items on to the canvas and move them around very easily. 
Education Practitioners can create lessons with assessments through the classroom edition. 
Buncee also offers many ways for learners to be creative and more engaged in learning by creating something authentic, as there are thousands of items that they can add to bring it to life and make it their own. 
Another one worth a closer look!
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Quizizz: Fun Multiplayer Classroom Quizzes to engage learners

Quizizz: Fun Multiplayer Classroom Quizzes to engage learners | technologies |
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Quizziz is a fun assessment tool that continues to add more and more features; this makes obtaining feedback from students and providing feedback to them much easier. 
Some of the newer features include receiving a daily report of the Quizizz summary and being able to send parents, and/or other stakeholders the results of a learner’s Quizizz 'game'. 
The daily summary report shows the... 
  - number of Quizizz games used,  
  - number of responses, 
  - percentage correct well as additional information. 
It’s nice for practitioners to be able to have that data available so quickly. 
Quizizz easy to implement, users simply create their own by adding their own questions or search from the public Quizizz available and drag in the questions they want and then edit them according to their preferences. 
Other benefits include the ability to either play it live or assign it as "practice" or homework. 
NOTE: If practitioners create a Quizizz and there isn't enough time for learners to finish, no worries because when learners use the same login and pin number, they continue from where they left off in the game.
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G Suite – Gmail, Drive, Docs and More

G Suite – Gmail, Drive, Docs and More | technologies |
Do your best work with Google’s suite of intelligent apps (formerly Google Apps). Get business email, video conferencing, online storage and file sharing.
John Dalziel's insight:
Many Learning Providers are embracing G Suite which provides all the tools they need to... 
  - Communicate - GMail, Hangouts, Calendar, Google+; 
  - Store - Google Drive; 
  - Collaborate - Docs, sheets, Forms, Slides, and Sites; and 
  - Manage - Admin and Vault; one package that works seamlessly from computers, phones or tablets. 
No it isn't free but at the time of posting this, it starts at about £4/user/month. 
If you’re one of the Learning Providers that already use G Suite, and/or are contemplating using it, then keeping track of your data is critical. 
Such organisations need tools that can help them manage access to ensure that only the right people are sharing information.  
Team Drives - - make it easy for employees to manage file access. 
Team Drives allows users to specialise permissions based on who they would like to... edit, comment, reorganise or delete ...certain files. 
Unlike files in My Drive, files in Team Drive belong to the team instead of an individual. 
Even if members leave, the files stay exactly where they are so your team can continue to share information and get work done. By default, all members within Team Drives automatically see the same files regardless of who adds or reorganises them—cutting back on how many times organisations have to grant file access to trusted team members. 
To get started on Team Drives use the step-by-step guide ;
A "should use" for those who have G Suite accounts!
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Vectr - Free Online Vector Graphics Editor

Vectr - Free Online Vector Graphics Editor | technologies |
Free vector graphics editor. A simple yet powerful web and desktop cross-platform tool for everyone.
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Vectr is a free vector image design and editing tool that can be used on-line or downloaded to use on a Mac, Windows, or Linux desktop. 
Vectr provides some pre-made elements and templates that can be used when designing graphics. 
Users don't have to use any of the pre-made elements as Vectr lets them design completely from scratch. 
Users can also import existing graphics files to edit them. 
End products can be exported in PNG, JPG, and SVG formats. 
For beginners, Vectr offers an extensive collection of tutorials both in print and as videos. 
Vectr must be worth a closer look, especially as it's FREE!
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Everypixel - Free Image Search Engine - More Than 40 Best Sources

Everypixel - Free Image Search Engine - More Than 40 Best Sources | technologies |
All free stock images in one place! Everypixel Stock Image Search Engine aggregates free photos and vectors from more than 40 image sources.
John Dalziel's insight:
Finding quality free photographs to use on-line can be a real pain. Everypixel changes all of that with a powerful new search engine that lets users search by keywords & uploaded photos. 
Yes Users can literally upload a photo from their computer and it’ll automatically search dozens of stock photo sites to find related pictures. 
How good is that! 
By default, Everypixel crawls all 50+ stock photo sites in their repository. 
 Everypixel has to be a "Must try it" resource!
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A search engine for free stock images? Yes, please!

Easy to use, customizable, size, type, direction, & more!

Scooped by John Dalziel! - Create a web page in seconds, by sending an email. - Create a web page in seconds, by sending an email. | technologies |
The quickest way to create a web page. No account or sign up needed. Send us an email with your content to publish online, and we'll reply instantly with a link to your new web page.
John Dalziel's insight: is the latest in a string of relatively new services offering a quick and easy way for practitioners, and/or Learners, to publish their writing on-line. lets users create simple webpages by just sending an email to 
The email that they send, to that address, will be turned into a webpage in a matter of seconds. 
They will be emailed a link to their new page. 
In pages users can include text and images, but video isn't supported. 
NOTE: The service does have some drawbacks... 
  - users can delete their page but they cannot edit their page once it is published; 
  - anything that appears in a users email signature will be published - e.g. if an email signature includes the users phone number, they'll need to delete their signature before sending an email to 
Ideal for... 
  - creating a web page 
  - publishing lists 
  - sharing newsletters 
...and much more.
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MathPickle - Fun and Challenging Math Puzzles

MathPickle - Fun and Challenging Math Puzzles | technologies |
Put your students in a pickle!
John Dalziel's insight:
Math Pickle is a free site that offers dozens of fun and challenging maths puzzles for learners of all ages. 
The puzzles are arranged by both grade level and topic. 
The puzzles... 
  - can provide practitioners with a new way to challenge their learners to use their mathematics and reasoning skills and... 
  - are designed so that all learners will eventually experience a "failure" and a "break-through" during the process of completing the puzzle in groups/teams. 
The Math Pickle puzzles are designed to foster collaborative problem solving over the course of 45 to 60 minutes. 
Most of the Math Pickle puzzles are presented as a series of small, connected problems that learners have to solve to complete the puzzle presented to them. 
The puzzles themselves can be viewed as slides and or downloaded as PDFs.
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OneTab extension for Google Chrome and Firefox - save up to 95% memory and reduce tab clutter

OneTab extension for Google Chrome and Firefox - save up to 95% memory and reduce tab clutter | technologies |
John Dalziel's insight:
Managing tabs within Google Chrome or Firefox is not only something that adults need to master, it is an essential skill that practitioners can teach their learners. 
What is OneTab? 
The OneTab extension can be used to quickly gather open tabs, reduce the amount of memory used, and convert your tabs into a list. 
Your list can be restored, shared, and organised. 
How does it work? 
To see how easy the OneTab extension is to use, watch the video at ;
Why would Educational Practitioners Use The OneTab extension? Well OneTab gives users the ability to save time and work smarter. 
OneTab is an ideal tool to automatically generate, and/or share... 
  - a whole range of course appropriate lists to share with Learners; 
  - a list of links for presentations; 
  - a list of links for 'flipped learning'; 
  - a list of links for assignments... 
...and more. 
I wish I'd known about this before I retired and for Chromebook users and those who collaborate I would think it's a must try out! NOTE: When using the OneTab extension, Pinned Tabs are not included withing the lists.
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Slick Write | Proofread online | Check your grammar and more

Slick Write | Proofread online | Check your grammar and more | technologies |
Slick Write is a powerful, FREE tool that makes it easy to check your writing for grammar errors, potential stylistic mistakes, and other features of interest. Whether you're a blogger, novelist, SEO professional, or student writing an essay for school, Slick Write can help take your writing to the next level.
John Dalziel's insight:
Slick Write is a free service that students can use to help them analyze... 
 - their own writing and/or 
 - written work of other writers. 
Slick Write identifies typical things like... 
 - word counts, 
 - readability, and 
 - an estimated reading time for a document. 
Slick Write will also analyse use of adverbs and prepositional phrases throughout a document. 
Users can pick and choose what they want Slick Write to identify within a passage. 
Watch Richard Byrne's video at it shows how easy it is to use Slick Write.
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Check123 - Video Encyclopedia that helps teachers and learners find educational videos

Check123 - Video Encyclopedia that helps teachers and learners find educational videos | technologies |
Check123 is the web's first Video Encyclopedia. Come and learn about arts, history, science, space, animals and more in 1, 2, or 3 minute Videos!!
John Dalziel's insight:
A lot of time can be spent looking for appropriate videos to use in learning environments and/or for flipped learning. 
Check123 is a website that aims to help teachers and learners find such educational videos. 
The "123" aspect of the name Check123 refers to the length of the videos on the site. 
All of the videos are either one, two, or three minutes long. 
Check123 users can... 
  - refine their search results according to length of video, subject, and topic and/or 
  - search by keyword and/or browse the subject categories. Watch how it works at Well worth a look!
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Seesaw - Student Driven Digital Portoflios

Seesaw - Student Driven Digital Portoflios | technologies |
Seesaw - Student driven digital portfolios and simple parent communication.
For iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Chromebooks and Computers with Chrome or
Firefox. Free for teachers!
John Dalziel's insight:
SeeSaw is a free digital 'portfolio' enabling learners to express their knowledge in different ways through written text, drawings, images, video and web links. 
SeeSaw has also just launched a new feature to share files from Google Drive! 
Here's how it works... 
► Click on the Add button and choose Add File. 
► Add files from Google Drive. 
Then SeeSaw converts the file into a PDF copy, which can be shared with others and annotated! 
To watch it in action look at the video from SeeSaw at ;
SeeSaw allows practitioners to see how their learners are using Google Tools to create and showcase learning without the hassle. 
Well worth a closer look!
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ViewedIt - Screen, Voice and Webcam Recorder for Practitioners who use Google Chrome and/or Chromebooks

ViewedIt - Screen, Voice and Webcam Recorder for Practitioners who use Google Chrome and/or Chromebooks | technologies |
Video for All
John Dalziel's insight:
ViewedIt is a free Chrome extension that makes it quick and easy to create and share screencast videos. 
ViewedIt could be a good screencasting tool for teachers who use Chromebooks and want to share tutorial videos with their learners. 
Being able to track when learners watch their videos is an added bonus. 
With the extension installed users can record their entire screen or just one window tab. 
ViewedIt will let users record themselves with their webcam as well. 
To record on ViewedIt users simply have to... 
  - click the extension icon  
  - choose what they want to record. 
...when they're done recording (max time of 1 hour per video), their video is automatically stored on ViewedIt. 
From ViewedIt users can share their video via email and social media. 
If they choose to share via email, they will be able to track who watched their video and the percentage of the video they watched. 
There is no limit to the number of videos users can record. 
NOTE : To be honest, ViewedIt has the following shortcomings... 
  - it doesn't let users download their videos and 
  - it doesn't let users upload their videos to YouTube or other platforms. 
Still worth a closer look, especially if practitioners are engaging with "Flipped Learning" and/or only have Chromebooks. 
My first effort can be viewed at
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PicCollage - create  collages with your photographs

PicCollage - create  collages with your photographs | technologies |
Pics + Text + Stickers = A Party with Your Photos!
John Dalziel's insight:
PicCollage enables users to create amazing collages with their photographs. 
Yes there are a number of Apps, websites and extensions that allow practitioners and/or learners create collages with photographs they have taken. 
PicCollage's Drawing Tool however, allows practitioners and learners to personalise collages with original artwork, adding another layer of authenticity to educational activities and projects. 
PicCollage also allows users to add fonts, gifs and videos... ...curently providing 1500+ Stickers, 80+ Backgrounds and 60+ Templates. It's worth checking out some of the screenshots showcasing this simple yet powerful addition to this educational tool!
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