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Cool tools - the latest free web tools being used by schools
Transcript of Cool tools - the latest free web tools being used by schools
Teacher use from the front
Students use on mobile devices
Class use in an IT suite
Use outside lessons
Extra support (all abilities)
Extra challenge (all abilities)
20 more cool tools
Paul Hynes, George Spencer Academy
The QR code image is setup as a shortcut to a webpage, video, audio file or document
Any number of free QR code creator websites such as Kaywa
Free QR readers for most phones and any computer
Online comment walls
Padlet (was Wallwisher) and LINO
Create online animated photostories
Behaviour management tool
Free educational videos
Large information 'posters'
Find them free on the web
You or your students create your own
Turn any document into an online magazine
(can include video as well)
Create interactive timelines
Create talking characters
Organise and share links
Online flash cards for revision
Online posters that can include video
Easy online presentations
Quizzes and surveys
Infographics and posters
Haiku deck (iPad only)
Showme (iPad only)
"node mapping" tool to share links
Use or make own games
Games authoring tool
Vuvox - linear photostory
Cool, short 'wiki' news reports
Zooburst - pop-up books
audio recording for podcasts
What next for George Spencer and our digital leaders?
Are tablets really any good?
Can they deliver creativity as well as consumption?
Where will they fit in George Spencer's future?
7 different tablets being trialled by staff and students
All tools are free!
Some have extended functionality that can be paid for
Most can be embedded into a web page (e.g. learning platform)
Most can be viewed without logging in
Most you need to login to create something
Fancy a Socrative demo...
Go to m.socrative.com on your computer/smartphone
Enter the Room Number 968063
Submit your response
Mems are captioned photos, animations etc. to help wire memories into your brain
Teaching (Synchronous remote classroom participation)
Free audio, video and screensharing (some include polling and chat)
Skype FaceTime (Apple only) Google Hangout Displaynote
Nearpod or Learnpad e-lecta live WizIQ
Remote app access (or show your tablet screen on a PC)
Splashtop Reflector Airserver
(if you are scared of Youtube)
Website and apps
Brings together text books, revision guides, educationsal websites...
Annotating students digital work
pdfNotes free app
iAnnotate pdf (iPad only)
Evernote (or Onenote on Apple)
learnAR.org - now free!