A Google A Day is a great resource to help teachers improve students online research and search capabilities. Google has been promoting their educational resources that help students improve their information literacy skills and search capabilities.
Archive for May, 2012
A web based 3D design tool that allows you to save your creations and print them out on 3D printers.
Learn how you can take advantage of the possibilites Google Apps for Education can provide.
A recent additon to the SpongeLab site. Teaches secondary students biology concepts through gaming. Containing over 3,500 questions in such topics as biochemistry, human anatomy, genetics, ecology, zoology, science history, evolution and more, it’s got some scope.
Math and Science Videos for High Schools (MIT)
A pilot program by MIT to have students create videos and share them explaining scientific principles that can be used by teachers and students. Their goal is to develop and host an open platform for crowd-curated content relevant to K12 STEM education.
Google’s new system for storing and sharing files in the cloud.
Disconnect makes tools for controlling your online data. Collusion is a tool that allows you to see who else is collecting your information when you visit specific web sites.
One additional entry into the online educational content management systems currently available.
EasyGenerator is a tool which promises easy development of online instructional resources through collaborative efforts of educators.
An early learning web site focusing on children ages 4-7 with a focus of making them responsible global citizens. (Created by the educational experts behind Sesame Street.)
A web based tool for modifying YouTube video players. It strips out the advertisements, and links to other YouTube videos.