CodeNewbie a site for those learning to program. They have podcasts, chats, and learning resources for people new to coding.
This site contains over 2400 free videos that will explain topics from basic arithmetic to calculus. biology, chemistry, physics, electrical engineering, health, finance, civics, art, us and world history, test prep and computer science, programming, animation, and Hour of Code. There are also practice exercises that will help you work your way through each subject.
Here is an interesting article on using iPads in the classroom. Make sure you are using them to their best advantage or see if you find new ways to use them.
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This is something that causes me all kinds of problems ... if it's 10:00 here, what time is it in Georgia? etc. This website will answer your questions and even more! Time.is gives the exact time in your location and various places around the globe. It will also give helpful information like sunset, sundown and day length, as well as general information about the country.
Another helpful feature is the ability to compare times between locations - ex: What would be the best time to Skype with someone in Australia?
Check it out: http://time.is/
Google has just released an exciting new tool, Google Classroom. It is still in beta but shows great promise. It allows you to create assignments, share documents and much more. This is a very good, step-by-step guide on how it works:
Answer Garden is a super simple brainstorming or formative assessment tool. No login is necessary but teachers can add an admin password which allows them to edit the results. Students add words or phrases to the 'garden' and the results 'grow' the more frequestly they are answered.
A QR code can easily be created that will make it easy to access and then the results may be exported to either Wordle or tagxedo.
I think this is a great tool that everyone will want to try!
This is a very informative infographic that shows not only how Twitter can be aligned with Bloom's, but also ideas for using it with your students.
You can take an image and embed links, images, music, or video. Use this site to upload a picture and label its parts or explain what is happening.
A simple, free way to write together - this site allows teachers to turn any writing assignment into a fun, social classroom experience. Features include authorship tracking, ratings, and real-time suggestions.