From Tom Vander Ark - " New tools and new schools are being developed at a dizzying pace. Here’s a few things we’ve seen in the last 60 days. And, to borrow a phrase from my friends at 4.0 Schools, I’ve tried to capture their “Future of School Hypothesis.”
Good resources to help learners evaluate the relevance of a story or reference on the web.
Great site for teachers to get reviews on Digital Resources and find tech-infused lesson plans.
A few new tools to check out here.
From Richard Byrne - my chart comparing tools for backchannels and informal assessment.
From Richard Byrne: "HSTRY is a great multimedia timeline creation tool. There are two features of HSTRY that make it stand-out from the crowd. First, as a teacher you can create an online classroom in which you can view all of your students' timelines. Second, as a teacher you can build questions into timelines that you share with your students. You can even insert explanations of the answers to your questions"
From Richard Byrne - Here are some more good tools that students can use to analyze their own writing.
Twine publishes directly to HTML, so you can post your work nearly anywhere. Anything you create with it is completely free to use any way you like, including for commercial purposes.
Good List from Jane Hart
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