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12/22/2010 0:24:51sheri@nsdeagles.orgStorybirdhttp://storybird.com/A great place for students to collaborate on writing stories; pictures provided on themed ideas. Free. Can sign up for free account for class or students.

Just learned about it and will check back to add ideas.Sre
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12/22/2010 0:26:13sheri@nsdeagles.orgBibmehttp://www.bibme.org/A great site for students to create citations for their work AND learn about citations.Just learned about it through a webinar --- I'll be using it before the end of the quarter.Sre
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12/22/2010 0:29:27sheri@nsdeagles.orgKideohttp://www.kideos.com/Great video site for kids -- can't download, but teachers and students can use for reviewed videos for kids based on age groups from 0-9 ! Free account.Another review on a webinar... will make a link for kids later.Sre
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12/22/2010 0:31:57sheri@nsdeagles.orgSchoolWaxTVhttp://schoolwaxtv.com/Need a video that is safe for kids? Like Kideo, your free account allows access to reviewed videos for all grades. Use this and Kideo for discussion/writing prompts or to engage students in topics about which you are learning.Will create a link on school site.Sre
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12/22/2010 0:36:28sheri@nsdeagles.orgBig Huge Labshttp://bighugelabs.com/education.phpSign up for free education account to create fun projects with photos.

Pre-register your students so they can sign in without requiring an email address.
View and download content created by your students.
Use the site advertising-free. And we absolutely do not try to sell anything to your students.
Ready to print ID cards for your students.

All free. There are things to buy -- but none required.
Think of what you could ask students to do:
http://bighugelabs.com/photos/190ce343df88e9895f4db9d1422f404c/magazine1050413
Sre
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12/22/2010 0:39:46sheri@nsdeagles.orgClass Toolshttp://classtools.net/More free tools than you could imagine. Yes, a premium version is available, but not necessary. Great stuff. Countdowns; randomizer for names or math problems. Check it out. I've used some graphic organizers, the countdown clock, and others. Tons of stuff to energize your lessons.Sre
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12/22/2010 0:41:27sheri@nsdeagles.orgMy Big Huge Labs examplehttp://bighugelabs.com/photos/190ce343df88e9895f4db9d1422f404c/magazine1050413Students can do magazine covers for a project on which they are studying -- think gist statements and supporting details as reading needs for our students.This is one example I have created. EnjoySre
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4/24/2011 22:49:58Wordlehttp://www.wordle.netThis is a word tag cloud -- create a visual of summaries, vocabulary and definitions or meaningful sentences, reflections; I also copied and pasted online text to create a word list in Wordle form as a writing prompt.A student from Memphis told our class "Cole says: Wordle is so cool to use. I like wordle because it is a great way to brainstorm. The thoughts in this wordle are really good. A couple of days ago I made a wordle based on a book called The Cay. My class had a choice of setting, character, or theme. I chose theme and it was about World War II. The wordle is a very good website and is excellent,"
http://whatelse.pbworks.com/w/page/12203039/wordle
http://msedwards.pbworks.com/w/page/21860717/Wordle-Prompts
Sheri
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4/24/2011 22:53:39Tagxedohttp://www.tagxedo.com/Another word cloud from text you input; this one allows you to use shapes to add more context and imagery to the content. Use for vocabulary development, summaries, reflections, and prompts. I bet you could think of many other uses.Here's my first real one based on the reflections of teachers in Google Workshop Sessions 1 and 2: http://www.tagxedo.com/artful/9eb4e2fef0ca42c2

Sheri
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4/24/2011 23:17:46MooopleWww.moople.netGreat, easy to use, learning environment allows you to mash up lots of other apps including Google Apps & Live@Edu. It's nottingham overblown with features so my staff who did nit get on with our previous VLE.have found it simple to use.Alistair
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4/25/2011 6:57:56HASTAChttp://www.hastac.org/#It is a great source of information for teachers that work in the arts. The columnists are top notch and they really make you think about teaching and technology "outside of the normal box".John Lawrence MMT, MTA
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4/25/2011 7:30:53Photofunia.comhttp://photofunia.com/It's one of many photo editing websites. (I just found it this weekend. There are an endless supply of URLs I could have provided!)

This one is easy, fun, free, no sign up. Just upload a picture and choose a theme. It makes some really cool effects.
http://galleries.cetrine.net/photofunia/FinishingTouches/pctiojkrllj.aspx
This was made from a photo of me I uploaded.
@mrsdkrebs
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4/25/2011 21:36:56Google Docshttp://google.com/igcollaboration communication easyjungjungswamp Richard Opie
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12/31/2011 21:28:08appitichttp://appitic.com/Over 1300 apps for teaching and learning broken into categories for your needs: age, subject, Blooms, etc.I plan to use this site to search for current apps in categories I need -- from teacher tools to Blooms strategies.sedwardsThank you!
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