Thanks to the internet there is a vast amount of engaging and collaborative resources for supporting the integration of educational technology in the classroom and beyond.
Fodey.com allows the user to add text to both still and animated images. All images can be downloaded, and as an extra bonus this website shares coding for embedding images into blogs & websites.
This is an on-line image and photo editor. It is comparable to professional graphic software one normally installs on their laptop or desktop.
Get Peanutized is a website promoting the new Peanuts Movie. I don’t think the creators realized the potential this creative website has for supporting creative writing skills in a school setting. You can read more about this in my blog post: “LET THE CREATIVE JUICES FLOW WITH PEANUTS”.
Click on the above title to discover links for some of my favorite ED Teach Bloggers and the resources they have to share. In the post you will also discover their Twitter handles for you to follow. All of the Ed Tech Bloggers mentioned in my post offer ideas and share the newest ways to integrate technology on a fairly regular basis.
EDpuzzle allows the teacher to create interactive videos. The videos can be used as independent K-12 center capable of reinforcing student accountability. Teachers can use the interactive videos in a variety of ways to assess the students. Please check out the below video to learn more!
Quizlet is an easy to use flashcard, quiz and game generator for supporting academic studies. Teachers or students can create practice sets for private or public use. What I like most about Quizlet is it naturally differentiates instruction. Students can choose the option of using audio support to read the flashcards. Quizlet also offers timesaving features for the teachers like the ability to generate quizzes and worksheets for printing.
The paid version of Quizlet provides the ability to insert images and can provide analytics for informative assessment of the academic material being taught. Thanks to the feedback from Middle School Students I highly recommend adding Quizlet to reinforce classroom instruction.