Qr code kids. Each child's head works to link to their own site. A digital portfolio and blog
Copyright and fair use law can be a murky place for all of us. This two-page document [.pdf] provides guidelines for what is and what is not permissible under the law. It is an excellent back-pocket resource to consider when teaching digital storytelling projects or for in-class presentations.
Free Technology for Teachers: Create Your Own Interactive Primary Source Document Activities
Curious how to start your own blog/website like all the ones you love to read? Jump Into Teacher Blogging in 3 Easy (and FREE) Steps! Completely free mini-course to see just how simple it is to try yourself! Nothing being sold - just free tutorials!
Outdoor Shadow Faces-photography fun - I will have to do this next year for shadow and Ground Hogs day. What a fun outdoor activity! Recommended by Charlottes Clips
25 TED Talks Perfect For Classrooms: #1 - On liking classical music, and #24 - a 12 year old girl on why adults need to think like kids I teach with TED all the time... So it could be worth comparing my list...
ANIMATION STUDIO: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO CREATE STOP-MOTION PICTURES ON YOUR CELL PHONE OR DIGITAL CAMERA by Helen Piercy. Piercy, an animator who runs workshops for kids, has created a fantastic kit that includes sets and props, as well as an easy to read book about how to make stop-motion and several other kinds of animated movies! This will definitely keep the kids busy this Winter break!
A Great Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
How to easily use green screen technology in your class.... FOR FREE (just need green butcher paper and iMovie) This is a great tutorial.
Make QR Hunt exclusively on an iPad (step-by-step directions in a handy FREE downloadable PDF): ipad4schools.file...
Comic Master - Graphic Novel Creator. More for upper elementary, middle and even high school this website allows students to create their own graphic novels. Who wouldn't want to recreate their favorite literature (classic or modern) with this fun and interactive twist? Students, Storytel Tool, Digit Storytel, School, Comic Master, Graphic Novels, Web 20, Graphics, Comics
Comic Master - Graphic Novel Creator. More for upper elementary, middle and even high school this website allows students to create their own graphic novels. Who wouldn't want to recreate their favorite literature (classic or modern) with this fun and interactive twist?
10 Mind-blowing Google Drive Tips & Tools for Teachers
25 online field trips -- look at swimming with the blue whales during Ocean Unit, tour the Smithsonian - Great site!
Do Your Students Know How To Search? There is a new digital divide on the horizon. It is not based around who has devices and who does not, but instead the new digital divide will be based around students who know how to effectively find and curate information and those who do not. Helene Blowers has come up with seven ideas about the new digital divide – four of them, the ones I felt related to searching, are listed below.
Have you used Pinterest with your class? Free printable
How to Attach a PDF Document to a QR Code (and its benefits in the classroom)
How to Print with an iPad: Five Options for Schools - Jonathan Wylie | iPads in Education | Scoop.it
100th Day of School Project Mrs. Karkowsky's Second Grade Class used an app called Age your Face to make each of her student's look 100 years old. Then they had to write a paper stating what they hope they have accomplished by the time they turned 100 years old. | Smore School Projects, Turn 100, Student, 100Th Day, 100 Year
100th Day of School Project Mrs. Karkowsky's Second Grade Class used an app called Age your Face to make each of her student's look 100 years old. Then they had to write a paper stating what they hope they have accomplished by the time they turned 100 years old. | Smore
Turn your ipad into an interactive whiteboard with this app!!
Jostens - Pause Before You Post with The Band Perry. Reminding kids to think about what they are posting and how it might affect others before they post something on-line.
Even though most of my students walk around all day with the internet in their pockets, they do not know innately how to determine the credibility of a source for my research paper, infographics, and other assignments. Read more... Students, How To Teach English, High School Library Lessons, Teach Student, Secondary Education Classroom, Teach Stuff, Blog, Librari Classroom, Teacher
Teaching Students to Determine Credibility of Online Sources (Free Student Handout!)