This is a very creative site that provides the week in review every Friday in the form of a a rap and images. Check out this week’s below…
This is a nifty little tool to organize your query results in Google. Try a few of the examples at the bottom of the screen to get an idea of how it works.
Poll Everywhere has implemented the ability to have people respond via Twitter. This could be a useful tool for getting feedback from a group of people on their mobile phones. Educators can get a free account that will except up to 32 student responses per poll.
This is an easy to use free web based paint program.
If you have an iPhone, you might want to check out this little free application. It allows you to record and document and experience and share it with your social network.
click the AudioBoo icon for additional event information…
Weebly has come out with its education version. Teachers can easily create classroom web sites, blogs, manage student accounts, accept homework assignments online and more! …and it’s free to education!
Animoto has come out with a special education version. It is free to sign up for and gives you access to more tools then the standard free version!
This is a free screen sharing utility for sharing computer screens over the Internet. “ Mikogo is an easy-to-use cross-platform desktop sharing tool, ideal for web conferencing, online meetings or remote support.”
This is a screen capture utility that works through your browser. It will allow you to post your screen captures to Twitter, or embed them into other web sites, such as Moodle.
Learning experiences that promote positive family interactions
If you’re looking for a free application that only requires a web browser to run, this might be the place to start your search!