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MINDMEISTER, DRAWANYWHERE, EXPLORATREE, BUBBL.US, CACOO, WISEMAPPING and yes, GOOGLE DRAWING
Mind maps are nothing new to you...however mind maps like
might be. A smaller mind-map bite is
like you have never seen it with
...instantly develop, save and share the outcome. For a quick and easy brainstorming page or mind map, there's always
(part of Google Docs)
has a real easy learning curve. And,
one's easy to play with for fast mind-mapping!
MORE GOOGLE APPS
Explore the ridiculous
volume of tools
Google provides, what you can
with them and the educational
they hold for you
(with a cool demo
and a video
! Calendars are excellent to use to embed in your wiki to help your students plan. Forms are an amazing way to
and if you want to go crazy, it can
for you too. Tons
(seventy-one, to be exact)
of ideas for classroom form use
. Don't have the time to make your own...use one of
forms instead! If you have never played with Google Earth, check out this
and start thinking about how you might be able to use this tool in your classroom like these
. If you are ready to do more with Google Earth, check out this
one as well!
PHOTOSTORY, ANIMOTO or JAYCUT
With Photostory, you can put your photos to music, add your own text, and like magic you have created your own multimedia story! Video tutorial
and online guidance
. Also for your use is
. For a little step up, try Animoto to create your own music videos
(be sure to apply for their "education" edition
as opposed to their standard free version)
lets you work with short video segments and edit them online like Windows Movie Maker but without platform issues as it's a web-based tool.
Flash cards but without the paper! You can create them for your students, use sets that other teachers have created, and the students can make their own as well. Check this tool out
They recently added text-to-speech audio capabilities in 18 languages!
Virtual online public
creator that can be filled with virtual "post-its" by you and your students for so many things! Neat way to share websites with students and parents. Depending on your settings, it can even be used by parents as a site for leaving encouraging notes for students.
is a "real-time behavior management" application. You could use it for an entire class or as part of an individual student's behavior plan: “Improve student behavior and engagement by awarding and recording real-time feedback. Print or email beautiful behavior reports to easily engage parents and staff. Save time by recording behaviors and accomplishments right in class, with just one click.”
The tune, "
Video killed the radio star,
(sorry if you are too young to remember this song)
is what I started humming the second I discovered
. Really, once you play around with Prezi, PowerPoint is dead. Wouldn't you rather present or have your students create something like
? Don't sign up for their standard free version,
get the beefed-up education version
. Check out all of my Prezis
. It's a steeper learning curve than PowerPoint, but worth it! They do offer you a nice
is my Prezi workshop presentation. Time-crunch and want to just use someone else's Prezi? Go to their "
" with a library full of premade Prezis!
Still hungry for some "solid dishes?" See below:
KISS SIGNUP SHEETS
More for your own classroom management, but so much better than a physical
Well, not really, but imagine what projects your students could create with
WORLD LANGUAGE FUN and ESL SUPPORT!
Now that your wiki is all set up...see how to instantly change the language on the page to help your students (or their parents), thanks to
(try it below...keep in mind that sometimes the visual layout gets a bit changed as well depending on how you formatted your page!)
DIGITAL STORYTELLING WITH "ZOOBURST"
is a digital storytelling tool that lets anyone easily create his or her own 3D pop-up books. Using ZooBurst, storytellers of any age can create their own rich worlds in which their stories can come to life. ZooBurst books 'live' online and can be experienced using nothing more than a web browser running the Adobe Flash plug-in. Authors can arrange characters and props within a 3D world that can be customized using uploaded artwork or items found in a built-in database of over 10,000 free images and materials."
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