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Discover ThingLink Edu

Discover ThingLink Edu | Student Productivity | Scoop.it

If this is something that you'd like to try with your students, let me know. We have an account.

 

Hover your mouse over the picture to discover ThingLink Edu - ThingLink...

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Linda P. - 4th's comment, July 29, 2012 11:46 AM
Me...me...sign me up to do something cool with my kids. Oh, I tried to "hover your mouse..." and nothing happened. What picture?
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TECHY TEACHER – WHAT THE TECH? » Glogster

TECHY TEACHER – WHAT THE TECH? » Glogster | Student Productivity | Scoop.it

While younger students can Thinglink, older students will love Glogster. Â Glogster is a Web 2.0 tool that allows users to create free interactive posters, or glogs. A “glog” which is short for graphical blog, is an interactive multimedia image. This free tool is moving posters to the digital age. If you're interested, send me an e-mail. An account has already been created.

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The Learning Network: Teaching and Learning with The New York ...

The Learning Network: Teaching and Learning with The New York ... | Student Productivity | Scoop.it

This links to a list of some great web tools for students. Click on the Web 2.0 Tools tab at the top of the page. Not all of these tools are available to us, but you can try a few and see what works for you and your students. Even though this article targets 7th-12th graders, many of these can be used by younger students. Speaking of younger students, look at ThingLink for a productivity tool that allows students to tag points of a photo with text, video, or links.

 

The Learning Network: Teaching and Learning with The New York Times has tons of valuable resources and activities for 7th-12th grade teachers. It contains a blog that invites .... Find this blog in the education blogs directory ...

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