Great resources for building vocabulary.
Here is a link to my flashcards. Click to see Netlingo Flashcards The flashcards were made in Microsoft Word.
Here is a link to my poll. What is your favorite fairy tale?
Click to see my Voki.
This site lets you create personalized speaking avatars and use them on your blog, profile, and in email messages. Fun!
Kelly’s directions for making flash cards. Creating Flash Cards. Click for directions
This picture was made in http://artpad.art.com.
Click here to see my Glyph Kelly’s example of glyph: A glyph is a non-standard way to graph a variety of information to tell a story. It uses symbols to represent data. Glyphs show several pieces of data at once and require a legend for understanding. Using Glyph’s in classroom by Kelly: CLICK FOR GLYPH DIRECTIONS & EXAMPLES
My avatar created at http://www.myavatareditor.com.
Here is a link that I worked on with Kelly, and Shelly. We worked on it together but on our own computer. http://linoit.com/groups/Technology%20and%20Society/canvases/Technology%20and%20Society
This is a great website for short presentations that keep students engaged. Students can work together but on own computer.
STICKY NOTES http://linoit.com This is a free sticky & canvas service that requires nothing but a web browser where pictures and video can be added. Ideas for use: Have students use the site for brainstorming, well wishes, storyboards, and writing activities. Kelly K’s examples on how to use Lino: Click for more info on how to use Lino
Here is the link to WordPress site. WordPress site
http://www.tiki-toki.com/timeline/entry/5386/The-First-Use-of-the-Word-Computer/ Here is a timeline that I created with Shelly.
I found this site very interesting. I can really see how much fun it would be to use in the classroom. However, I can even see using this with second graders with a lot of modeling. It would be very interesting to have them make a timeline of their life in the beginning of the year.
http://artpad.art.com Kelly K’s notes and examples of how to use artpad: If you can draw a problem, you can articulate it better and you know what you are looking for when you formulate your solution.
Elementary students would enjoy artpad.
Sketch a Happy Memory
Get your students moving & thinking instead of just listening to the teacher talk.
Students are looking for something different. They want to interact.
Kelly’s notes on how to use Google forms: Click to see uses for Google forms in the classroom
Google forms would be good to use for beginning of the year surveys.