Free Teaching Resources, Tools, & Lesson Plans — Intel Education
Intel offers free, easily integrated tools and teaching resources to support collaborative student-centered learning. Our online thinking tools provide active learning places where students can engage in robust discussions, analyze complex information, pursue investigations, and solve problems. You’ll also find teaching resources such as exemplary lesson plans, assessment strategies, and technology-enriched project ideas for all K–12 subjects. Developed by educators, these free tools and resources support 21st century learning, with project-based approaches in the classroom.
How To Use Evernote
Evernote is one the most useful apps for the business user, serious student, or anyone else who needs to keep their life in order. With over 5 million users, they must be doing something right.
WRDSB Library [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Home
The purpose of this wiki space is to provide a means of sharing professional knowledge
in the community of teacher-librarians in the school district.
Middle School iPad Apps
This page will house suggested iPad apps for Middle Schools
Google @ MCCCD
Some of these Google Apps pages were developed as a part of a workshop series sponsored by MCLI.
General Google for Education Resources
Computer History Museum | Exhibits
The Computer History Museum offers many online exhibits on a variety of topics related to the history of computing. Some online exhibits like Visible Storage and Mastering the Game complement physical exhibits you can also experience when you visit the Museum in person.
Virtual Magnifying Glass 3.4
Virtual Magnifying Glass 3.4
A free, open source, screen magnifier, for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X.
BBC News – Code clues point to Stuxnet maker
Detailed analysis of the code in the Stuxnet worm has narrowed the list of suspects who could have created it.
Monster.com :: Fiddle-A-Friend
Fiddle you way to success. Seriously.
Create an animated Flower
Nothing says fun like a talking flower…
Underland Chronicles: Creature Creator | Scholastic.com
Create your own underland creature
World Travel Routes
WTR’s FREE tour generation service let’s you build a trip in just a few clicks. Our technicians will then set to work and create a cinematic Google Earth tour of your trip.
Welcome to Tech hints! Tech hints are organized as a series of podcasts and resources for using google tools.
Google Earth is a virtual globe that combines satellite imagery, 3D modeling, Google Maps, data from Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and the power of Google search for a comprehensive view of the earth. With Google Earth, the user can zoom into specific locations, change the angle of tilt to see 3D landforms, and show locations such as restaurants, historic sites, and other locations of interest.
cooltoolsforschools – home
Huge collection of school appropriate tools
Top 3 Thanksgiving Games and Activities Sites for Kids «
Top 3 Thanksgiving Games and Activities Sites for Kids
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
Google does its best to help you while you search with its search suggestions. Often, they can be used to refine your search strategies on the fly. On the other hand, there are some fun suggestions that can pop up.
I went about searching for some of the folks on the Ontario Educators’ List…
For example, when I wanted to “Look up Anita”, the suggestion of “anyone” seemed to be divergent thinking! Not quite performance in the Teacher-Librarian world.
Even Google gets confused when asked to “spell Cyndie”!
Nobody really know “what zoe teaches”
I think it’s a compliment that Safina gets confused with Santa when asked “where does Safina teach”
Hmmm. “Why does Brenda continue to chair the ECOO Conference?” Belly buttons may be too personal an answer…
“Who is Peter and what’s that on his face?”
And we all are curious as to “Why won’t Peter be at Symposium”
It seemed like an innocent enough question to ask if “Can digitalnative present?”
Even Google thinks it’s cool that “Alana is on a train!”
And, finally, Doug has been called non-creative in the past, but this one hurts!