Formerly known as "Wallwisher," Padlet.com lets students share ideas by posting sticky notes. There's no sign-in required; it's possible to choose a custom URL; and it's easy to upload photos to the wall. Great for collaborative brainstorming, feedback, scavenger hunts, self-introductions, and more!
I love this sight! So fun! Use it to create wall hangings with family names and traits, or for holiday decorations with words specific to the holiday, and (of course) this can be used in the computer lab at school to create some fun wordles for many activities!
Prezi - Allows the creation of dynamic powerpoint like presentations that can feature embedded videos and images - This could be used to give an overview of Modernism and all the movements that came within in, allowing students to see the development
Voicethread-A VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways - using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). Share a VoiceThread with friends, students, and colleagues for them to record comments too. http://voicethread.com/
These are some of the questions I have asked myself and others have asked me about QR codes. Let’s tackle some of these questions today to see how “techie” we can make our students and our classrooms! QR codes are short for Quick Response. You see them everywhere to advertise, even if you don’t know …
Students can easily create comics using cartoons or photos. Can customize for social stories, pragmatics, class rules, story sequencing and more!! They can even modify facial expressions and body posture for non-verbal expression. Great idea!!!