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5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes: Episode 1

Episode 1 features bubbl.us, Intel's Showing Evidence Tool, Pixton, Google Docs and Jing.
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Katie Ritter

on 17 October 2013

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Transcript of 5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes: Episode 1

1. Bubbl.us
2. Intel's Showing Evidence Tool
3. Pixton
4. Google Docs
5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes
5. Jing
By Katie Ritter
Twitter: @Katie_M_Ritter
Blog: talktechwithme.wordpress.com
Website: talktechwithme.com
What is it?
Great for...
A free mind mapping/brainstorming tool. Super easy to use, and you don't need a log in to get started!
categorizing
cause and effect
brainstorming
organizing writing
understanding relationships
flow charts
understanding processes
What is it?
Great for...
What is it?
What is it?
What is it?
Great for...
Great for...
Great for...
A free tool to help students learn how to use evidence in their writing when making a claim. Requires students to find evidence and (literally) link it to statements.
All subjects (specific language pre-populated)
Secondary students
Individual OR group work
Create a comic strip. Templates offer enough room for creativity, and more advanced students can start from scratch.
showing understanding of concepts by choosing most important aspects to highlight in strip
student creation and creativity
students who cannot draw
publishing students' work
group work
student collaboration
tracking changes
tracking participation
Web based, word processing platform that allows multiple users to edit and work on the document at the same time. Includes a chat within a document to communicate with other editors and allows for multiple sharing/privacy settings. Must have a Google account.
maintaining a single copy of a document on any device
maintaining a single copy of a document within a group
Screencast software that allows you to select a portion of the screen for images or video. You can add text, boxes, arrows and more right on the image. Jing captures can be uploaded to screencast.com and shared with a URL (this video).
tutorials
basic flipped classroom videos
explanations
quick screen shots
Diigo bookmark link for all the sites in this presentation:
http://bit.ly/5in5-1
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