Tales of Things is really an amazing tool. It allows you to literally attach a story to any object. Here’s how it works. Think about a school art gallery or any type of exhibition at your school. Parents are going to come enjoy all of the student creativity and hard work. Wouldn’t it be cool […]
Try Wunderlist for a powerful, easy to use productivity tool with a wonderful user interface. Easily create to-do lists and arrange in categories (list names). You can share lists with others so collaborating on projects is a snap. Wunderlist has an advantage over the competitors with excellent mobile apps. You can easy manage your to-dos […]
Do you love Prezi but want a few more features? Try Ahead.com. Ahead is a non-linear presentation tool similar to Prezi. You can load just about any type of content, then move and resize it.
Presentation Tool Capzles is a fantastic web 2.0 tool for the classroom. Use it as an alternative to traditional presentations. Upload all sorts of content including documents, text and video. If you have a PowerPoint presentation…upload it as well! You can also write blog posts directly into the presentation. When your content is loaded, you […]
Flipsnack is one of my favorite web 2.0 tools! It converts PDF files into really cool flipping books. Using this site is a snap…simple upload your PDF and voila! Flipsnack works great for displaying student work or sending out information to parents. If you have an interactive whiteboard try this. Scan your best student work […]
I use Prezi.com for most of my presentations and love the flexibility. Here’s a quick tip to get videos into Prezi. Many times I find videos on the Internet that I want to use in my presentations. If they’re on Youtube it’s no problem. But if the videos are on other sites, it takes a […]
This happens to me all the time at school. A group of people need to meet and we can’t figure out what time works for everyone. It would be great if everyone used their Outlook calendar but lots of people still don’t use an electronic calendar. So, we go back and forth via email and […]