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AppyMall Directory - Apps by Grade/Subject/Specialty

AppyMall Directory - Apps by Grade/Subject/Specialty | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
Apps for Pre-School Kids Apps for Elementary School Kids Apps for Middle School Apps for Special Needs Apps for Speech Language Appy Back to School Best Apps
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Nadine Gregory Trinchero's curator insight, May 7, 2013 10:41 PM

Great apps to check out.

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NOVA Elements on the App Store

NOVA Elements on the App Store | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about NOVA Elements. Download NOVA Elements and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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How to Embed Music in your Google Slides Presentation

How to Embed Music in your Google Slides Presentation | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
Learn how to embed background music, voiceovers narration or any MP3 audio file in your Google Slides presentation that will auto-play as the presentation slides advance to the next one.
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Memeois – A Meme App

Memeois – A Meme App | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
Each screen has been hand designed with special care to make browsing, sharing, creating and editing memes an easy and intuitive experience. You don't have to open new links, see ads, or view anything but memes. Customizing and creating memes is at your fingertip

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, November 20, 2017 4:03 AM

A nice app if your students are interested in creating and sharing meme. iOS only at present.

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Liveworksheets.com - Interactive worksheets maker for all languages and subjects

Liveworksheets.com - Interactive worksheets maker for all languages and subjects | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it

Liveworksheets is an educational tool which allows teachers to transform their traditional printable worksheets (in format .doc, pdf, .png or .jpg) into interactive online exercises with self-correction.
These interactive worksheets may include fill-in-the-gaps activities, join with arrows, multiple choice, drag and drop, sounds, videos, listening exercises and even speaking exercises.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, November 13, 2017 12:54 AM

A really great free tool for converting your printable worksheet documents into interactive online content.

Ines Bieler's curator insight, November 13, 2017 3:18 PM

A really great free tool for converting your printable worksheet documents into interactive online content.

Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, November 14, 2017 3:58 AM
another useful and friendly site for making interactive worksheets
 
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American Experience: The Pilgrims Collection

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The media resources in this collection feature historical reenactments and expert interviews from AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: The Pilgrims that tell the Pilgrims’ story from both European and Native perspectives.
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Inside the Japanese American Internment - Play online at textadventures.co.uk

Inside the Japanese American Internment - Play online at textadventures.co.uk | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
It's 1941, and you're a member of one of the most despised groups in America: the Japanese. This game takes you inside one of the darkest chapters in U.S. history: the Japanese American internment, in which over 100,000 Japanese, many of them American citizens by birth, were evacuated from the West Coast and imprisoned en masse in "relocation centers" across the midwest.

While many people think about the internment as a situation that, by denying internees their most basic civil rights, effectively stripped them of their ability to control any aspect of their lives, this game allows you to realize that in fact the internment was all *about* decision-making. At every turn, internees were bombarded with dilemmas: whether to answer "yes" or "no" to a loyalty questionnaire; whether to join the growing resistance movement or stay quiet; whether to throw one's lot in with one's country or one's race. There were rarely any satisfying answers to these questions; indeed, the very fact that internees had to answer them at all speaks to how profoundly unjust was the government's decision to imprison them.

This game has many plotlines and various endings and pathways; so please consider playing through a few different times. For the content and characters of the game, I've drawn on a broad range of historical and literary sources, especially the Supreme Court case of Fred Korematsu, and John Okada's novel "No-No Boy." In fact, nearly all of the situations which you will face are ones which have actually happened. My hope is that this will allow players to experience a world which is at once mundanely real and terrifyingly strange—just as it was for the internees themselves. In drawing on Okada's novel, especially, I also hope to expose this important literary work to a far larger audience than it currently enjoys.

In the current version (v1.2), you play as Freddy Suzuki, a 23 year old welder from Oakland, California. My hope, however, is to greatly expand this game so that players can experience the diversity of perspectives and personalities found among the interned population, especially for female, Issei (first-generation, non-American citizen) and Kibei (American-born, Japanese-educated) internees, and in Canada. Ultimately, I'd like to create two different versions of this game: first, the gamebook you're viewing now, and second, a text adventure. Any suggestions, or interest in collaboration, would be most welcome. (This is my first game, so apologies in advance for any bugs!)

Thank you very much for playing.
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This text-based game is an interesting take on WW II internment camps in America.
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Creating a Google Form Quiz on the iPad

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How to create accessible digital quizzes on the iPad.
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Classroom Freebies

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Top educators bringing you the best resources for your classroom every day and always free!
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Teaching the Vietnam War

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This collection of videos and lesson plans identifies and addresses key guiding questions about the Vietnam War and its aftermath.
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iPad Apps for Education

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Big list of kids iPad apps for education in elementary school. iPad apps for Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, The Arts, Science, Photo and Video, and Presentations / Digital Storytelling. FREE and paid apps.
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20 iPad Apps for Social Studies Classrooms

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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." />
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Artsonia Kids Art Portfolios

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Artsonia is a student art museum where young artists display their art for the world to see. This gallery displays schools (K-12) and student art projects in our museum and offer exciting lesson plan art project ideas.
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Great idea for art programs who want to go digital.
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I <3 Math

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Use these short videos with your students to introduce key Common Core concepts in 4th-8th grade mathematics, including integers, the concept of ratios, unit rates, percent, and division with fractions.
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iPad Coding Apps for Students

A list of iOS apps that can help your students learn to code. Get a couple and give coding a try. It engages students and give them immediat

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Turkey Templates for Thanksgiving Creativity and Writing

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Last month I shared my "Build a Jack-O-Lantern" Google Slides activity , which I based off of my "Build a Snowman" activity from las
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Saints & Strangers

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There’s more to the story of Thanksgiving. This is a story of impossible choices and violent consequences. A story of legacy and legend. A story of Saints & Strangers.
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This interactive story gives great insight into the story of the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving.
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Scratchwork

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A board is an infinite virtual space for ideas. See the big picture in fullscreen mode. Use your laptop's standard trackpad gestures to pan and zoom with ease. Draw anywhere. Quickly duplicate, move, and resize your annotations. Add blank pages and upload PDF documents for annotation. Print or save your annotated pages as a PDF document.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 8, 2017 2:22 AM

This is a virtual whiteboard that was designed for maths, but will also be great for art. It allows you to easily scan and drawn images with your webcam or mobile device and convert them in digital graphics that you can manipulate move around and change. Use the invitation code: L3Z9 to get registered more quickly.