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5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes: Episode 3

Episode 3- Infogram, Linoit, TweetDeck, Jeopardy Labs, Exploratree
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Katie Ritter

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of 5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes: Episode 3

1. Infogr.am
2. Lino.it
3. TweetDeck
4. Jeopardy Labs
5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes
5. Exploratree
By Katie Ritter
Twitter: @Katie_M_Ritter
Blog: talktechwithme.wordpress.com
Website: talktechwithme.com
What is it?
Great for...
Easily create and share infographics (graphic visuals of information) with templates.
displaying data
spicing up traditional
presentation
introducing students to data and graphs
Persuasive projects
sharing/publishing work
twist on the science fair poster
What is it?
Great for...
What is it?
What is it?
What is it?
Great for...
Great for...
Great for...
Virtual bulletin board to post sticky notes, images, videos, documents. Collaborators do not need a username to post stickies.
individual brainstorming
group brainstorming
sharing ideas
getting started quick
Application developed by Twitter to keep track of all your favorite lists, feeds, #hashtags and more.
easily filtering through tweets
connecting with other educators
review games to study for quizzes/tests
student created games to show learning
Easily create or use a pre-created jeopardy game in class
Graphic organizer ("thinking guide") templates. Students can fill in the guides online and share with others to comment and give feedback.
Diigo bookmark link for all the sites in this presentation:
http://bit.ly/5in5-3
collecting thoughts in one place
collaboration
building your PLN
monitoring/participating in twitter chats
cause and effect
predictions
compare and contrast
understanding students' thinking processes
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