Here you will find our fantastic collection of free secondary teaching resources. All the free resources have been designed to fit your teaching needs and your curriculum across a whole range of subject areas. They are flexible and adaptable for different circumstances and ability levels. Above all, we think your students will love using them – they are fun, engaging and very motivating.
SearchHash: make your own spreadsheet of hashtagged tweets to savour
Want to save or analyse all the tweets which used a particular hashtag? Enter a hashtag below to get a list of all the tweets which referenced it, to download as a CSV spreadsheet or share with friends or colleagues – great for post-event analysis. No logins or spam tweets involved, promise.
Language Labs – Translator Bookmarklet
Translate any page with the simple click of a bookmark. Translation happens in place without leaving the page with this light-weight, cross-browser plugin.
Think Before You Tweet! The Top 5 Mis-tweets of 2011 | Likeable Media
It seems there is a top 5 list for everything as bloggers try to recap the best and the worst of the year. I figured I’d throw my two cents into the mix and without further ado I present to in no particular order you my picks for the worst mistakes made on Twitter this past year and the lessons we can all learn from each. Feel free to add your picks to my list in the comments!
Endless Origami –
Web comics – some nsfw
Will hurt your feelings*
(And help you code better)
Page Speed Online — Google Developers
Page Speed Online analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster. Reducing page load times can reduce bounce rates and increase conversion rates
Singing Christmas Hedgehogs – YouTube
Pick your hedgehog! Interesting way to use selection and branching using YouTube videos. Concept could be extended to all kinds of projects.
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