Tuesday, June 1, 2021

MultiplicationGames

 MultiplicationGames is a wonderful free site for students looking to learn and strengthen their multiplication skills.  This is done through a wide variety of fun educational games (Game Based Learning) such as: multiplication bowling, times table shooting, and more.  Finally, some of these games are multi-player and a great way to integrate "group learning" into a classroom.









I highly recommend checking out MultiplicationGames by clicking here.

Projector Screen

   

Projector Screen is a great site for educators or parents looking to find screens, projectors, cables, and more for home or their classroom.  Also, this is an ideal place to find good deals and other resources such as: how to build a home theater or how a green screen works.

I highly recommend checking out Projector Screen Store by clicking here!!!

*Projector Screen is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Brainstormer Online

 Brainstormer is an interesting new site that puts a little spin on brainstorming.  Brainstormer is easy to use and lets a user create a interactive timed brainstorming session.  Once that is done, other users/students can then vote on which brainstorm they like the best.  This is a great simple tool to use that helps increase student participation and done in a fun way.







I highly recommend Brainstormer Online by clicking here!!!

Thanks to Richard Byrne's blog for the tip.

Storyboard That

 Don't Forget - DELETE OPTIONS 


  • Delete all students and their storyboards
  • Choose what to Delete individually
  • Wipe the slate clean and start over
  • Don't delete anything!!
*Contact Storyboard That for budgeting for next School Year.

Storyboard That the wonderful resource that educators everywhere are using for a variety of educational purposes (i.e. timelines, digital storytelling, project based learning, etc), has just released a bunch of ideas/activities on how to use Storyboard That over the summer.  These activities cover a wide range of topics from story starters, reading projects, digital storytelling, and more.  Best of all it helps prevent summer learning loss and increase a student's digital learning skills.

Storyboard That is an excellent learning tool w/ educational portal, where teachers can manage, track, and assess student accounts in a safe environment.  This easy-to-use site has an abundance of teacher guides and lesson plans, that makes it easy to integrate into any classroom or curriculum.

I highly recommend checking out Storyboard That by clicking here!!!

*Storyboard That is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

Thinkio

Thinkio is a fantastic tool for educators to use to create interactive worksheets or online lessons.  All a user has to do is upload a worksheet (i.e. pdf, jpg, etc), share a unique link w/ students, and that's it.  Thinkio automatically makes the worksheet interactive by allowing a student to draw or type on it making it very user friendly.  Best of all, once a student is done saving their work a teacher has the ability to view their work and edit/add notes making it easy to assess student learning and differentiate instruction.

Below is a brief demo video...



I highly recommend checking out Thinkio by clicking here!!!

NameCoach

   

NameCoach is a wonderful web service that educators are using to learn student's names and pronounce them correctly.  This is especially useful w/ school starting up and teachers want to learn the correct way to pronounce their student's names.  The way this works is simple as a teacher creates a name/web page and then has the student's speak their names.  The audio gets embedded into a page and a user can access them all on one page at anytime.  Also, NameCoach makes it very easy to share recordings and keep track of student's name/email.  It's easy, accurate, and 100% safe for schools to use.

I highly recommend checking out NameCoach by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo...



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Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Mobile Permissions

 Mobile Permissions is the excellent free site the educators are using to easily send "digital" permission slips for FREE.  Recently, they launched a new feature which lets educators send permission slips "on demand" which is ideal for when teachers need immediate permission of a parent/guardian and don't have time to wait for a form to be returned.  Also, this is a perfect tool to use w/ Remote Learning due to the closures of school from the worldwide pandemic.

Finally, Mobile Permissions has been hard at work creating Virtual Field trips.  These field trips can be an asset to any educator for students required to do Distance Learning at home.  These field trips are easy to use as they incorporate "guided tours" of different museums and cities around the world.  These "guided tours" come w/ a packet of questions/answers for teachers to use w/ their students when taking their virtual tour.









I highly recommend checking out Mobile Permissions Virtual Field Trips by clicking here!!!

*Mobile Permissions is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.