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Internet-Based Tools for Education

How a few easy-to-use, (mostly) free internet-based tools can boost enthusiasm and improve student learning in and out of the classroom.

latife sladounova

on 13 October 2012

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Transcript of Internet-Based Tools for Education

photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr What are they?
Where can we find them them?
How can we use them? Edu-Ready Internet Tools My 5 Favourite
Resources Why? Because they're free, easy to use, and versatile. Let's start with Prezi... Start
Exploring! Where do your interests and abilities lead you? How does that match up with the needs of your students? Best place to start
is YOU... It's important to understand your own tech-tolerances before using new programs or applications with students. The crime rate in classrooms is rising...
It's time we put an end to DEATH BY PowerPoint. http://www.prezi.com Vocaroo http://www.vocaroo.com On-line voice recording software that you can share or e-mail. Kid (and adult) friendly mind-mapping software. https://bubbl.us/ Animoto Software that takes your use your pictures, video clips and music and creates unique animations. http://www.animoto.com Appitic For the Apple products owners and enthusiasts... http://www.appitic.com And the Oscar goes to... http://www.edmodo.com Thank you for your attention!
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