Look what I found! 09/06/2009

  • tags: esl, brainpop

  • In September 2008 I created a list of 100+ learning professionals to follow on Twitter. This grew into the Twitter Directory (now renamed Connexions: Directory of Learning Professionals Online). But here is my selection of 100 learning professionals that will provide you with information, inspiration and/or interaction on a range of educational and workplace learning topics from around the world – via their blog, on Twitter or on other social networks. Listed in alphabetical order by surname together with their Top 10 Tools for Learning (where contributed).

    tags: twitter, professionals

  • A boatload of smartboard templates using Smart Notebook.

    tags: smartboard, templates, iwb, smart

  • Kideos is the premier destination for kids to safely watch videos online. Each video on Kideos has been screened by our Video Advisory Council before it makes it onto our site. Our goal is to empower parents to feel comfortable allowing their child to spend time on Kideos, while also making sure children have a thoroughly entertaining experience.

    tags: elementary, kids, videos for kids, education

  • Welcome to ILoveMath.org – the BEST secondary math resource on the WWW! Thanks to the awesome contributions by readers like YOU, ILoveMath.org has tons of ready to use lessons, awesome weblinks, and a great forum to get your math related questions answered! Please take a few minutes to look around, test out some of the activities, and consider sharing your own creations with other math teachers around the globe.

    tags: math

  • Asymptopia Crossword Builder is a JavaScript education application that runs in any modern internet browser but does not require an internet connection. The simple controls allow teachers or parents to create unlimited math crosswords, or supply their own word:hint pairs. Support has recently been added for French, Spanish, pt-Brasillian, Kiswahili, and special characters (accents, tildes etc), in general. Some suggested uses include: cities, countries, lattitudes and longitudes to teach geography and spherical trig, simultaneously; Periodic table word:hint pairs; Language[i]:Language[j] word:hint pairs, for foreign language learning exercise; Terminology practice with virtually any other subject.

    tags: puzzle, crossword, software, crosswordpuzzle

  • There are new web 2.0 tools appearing every day. Although some of these tools were not originally meant for use in the classroom, they can be extremely effective learning tools for today‚Äôs technology geared students and their venturesome teachers. Many of these teachers are searching for the latest products and technologies to help them find easier and efficient ways to create productive learning in their students. More and more teachers are using blogs, podcasts and wikis, as another approach to teaching. We have created a list of 100 tools we think will encourage interactivity and engagement, motivate and empower your students, and create differentiation in their learning process.

    tags: web2.0, Tools, resources, technology

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