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Useful Tech Tools

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Useful Tech Tools
for the Classroom

"If we teach today's students as we taught yesterday's then we rob them of tomorrow. "
John Dewey
QR Codes
Place a QR Code on your business card that will take people to your website

Have a QR Code scavenger hunt
QR Codes
Place a QR code in your classroom
that will open a specific website quickly
QR Codes
Post QR codes that play a video for students to learn classroom procedures, safety, and other relevant information.






QR Codes
Place a QR Code in your room or around the school to highlight student achievement
Websites
CafePress.com
can be used to have students create and design many forms of art that can be printed in many forms and sold around the world.

iBooks Author or Lulu.com
can make your students published writers
Mr. Smith's students have more than 20,000 books downloaded. www.tinyurl.com/classibooks

Instagrok.com
interactive concept mapping
research engine for learning
Diigo
Diigo can be used to save web pages as online resources. Students can find these resources, highlight important material on the page, and add the resource to the teacher’s website for future students to use and see the highlighted material.



Augmented Reality
Other AR apps
Aurasma

with smart phone and tablets to, in real time, turn static images or even objects into videos, games and interactive experiences. Aim your phone at a building and see a video about that building. Aim it at a picture in a newspaper and launch an interactive experience.

Antlantica

is a popup atlas
Augmented Reality
colAR Mix
Augmented Reality
Elements 4D
Other AR apps
AR Flashcards
- AR Flashcards are a new way to interact and make Flashcards more entertaining for toddlers and preschoolers. With AR Flashcards, learning is fun! When you point your device at the printed flashcard a beautifully rendered 3D animal will pop up on the screen. Tap the animal to hear the letter and animal name. 26 Letters and 6 Dinosaurs

AR Flashcards Space
- 10 beautifully rendered planetary objects to help your toddler or preschooler learn the solar system! See the whole Solar System on one Card!- Tap on each planetary object to hear the name!

Augmented Reality
Science Class Example
Fire Blanket Use
Art Class Example
Brush Cleaning
Physical Education Class Example
Barbell Squat
Gold Rush
QR Scavenger Hunt
Storify
Use online sources to easily create a narrative about topics. Sites such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Flickr, and Google+ are used to find information to add into a person’s story.
An example from The Globe and Mail on Pi Day
https://storify.com/theglobeandmail/happy-pi-day
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