Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero
The time is finally here for my annual list of my top favorite sites of the year. This year I decided to up my post to the top 100 instead of 25 due to the number of sites that I reviewed and due to the popularity of the post.
iLibrarian » 5 Amazing Free Data Visualization Tools
Want to create your own maps, graphs, charts, and diagrams but don’t have the software to do it? Here are five top-notch applications which will let you create professional quality data visualizations for free.
Welcome to Mapzone
MapZone® is a totally free, bright and lively web site produced by Ordnance Survey that aims to teach children, between 7 and 16 years, mapping skills in a fun way. This free resource offers interactive play with stimulating questions and answers together with animations and games to make the structured learning process a joy to come back to.
Free Graphic Organizers
Collection of Graphic Organizers and Teacher Lessons
Global Greetings – Google Docs
Global Greetings Project
Login to BetterLesson
BetterLesson was founded by a group of teachers from Atlanta and Boston public schools to connect educators and help them create, organize, and share their curricula.We are focused on aggregating and scaling the most innovative content and practices from high-performing teachers across the country.
Explore Lessons | LearnZillion
We started LearnZillion at E.L. Haynes Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. because we wanted to solve a problem. We knew what lessons our students needed but we didn’t have enough time to teach each student the right lesson. To create more time, and to share best practices across classrooms, E.L. Haynes’ teachers began to capture their expertise on screencasts. We posted them on a homemade website and coupled them with a short quiz to help us track student progress.
Geograph British Isles – photograph every grid square!
The Geograph British Isles project aims to collect a geographically representative photograph for every square kilometre of the British Isles and you can be part of it.
Broadband users around the world [infographic] – Holy Kaw!
Broadband users around the world.
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Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.