Fakebook, Fake Tweet, Fake SMS & More

Yesterday, a high school teacher (Thank you Brianna!) shared with me Classtools.net  and my brain started going crazy with all the applications it makes possible. I know many teachers use Word templates for students to create “Facebook” pages as part of characterization or research mini assignments, but with this website you can do even more! Not…

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Gone Google

Well, it’s official, I’ve “Gone Google” with Google Story Builder, and I can’t get enough. It is quick, easy, free, and soooo creative. Basically, it creates a real-time animation where the creator can add and name up to 10 participants. Then, you write your story with different actions that add or delete from what is typed…

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Edmodo Quick Guide for Teachers

I already posted about getting your students on Edmodo, but what if you, as the teacher, aren’t on Edmodo in the first place? This post today will remedy that issue. Edmodo is a great content management tool to communicate with your students, post assignments, and collaborate with other educators as a professional learning network. This, How…

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Edmodo Quick Guide for Students

If you are new to using Edmodo as your online classroom communication environment, or you want to re-train your students as we start a new school year, this is a great 2 page quick start document to use. Training your students on how to effectively, safely, and appropriately use an online forum is such an important part…

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