Monthly Archives: December 2012

How To Use Mind-Mapping Software To Organize Your New Year Resolutions

See on Scoop.it – Handy Online Tools for Schools If you’re looking to create (or revise) your New Year resolutions, you might want to peek at mind-mapping software to organize a master plan or outline to house the steps you’ll take … Continue reading

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DIY Professional Development: Resource Roundup

See on Scoop.it – Handy Online Tools for Schools Why wait for a formal workshop environment to start improving your teaching craft, when there are so many opportunities to build your network and learn new skills on your own? See … Continue reading

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Icon Search Engine | Iconfinder

See on Scoop.it – Handy Online Tools for Schools Search through more than 150.000 free icons in an easy and efficient way. See on http://www.iconfinder.com

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What Can You Do With Google? Lots of things. | 21st Century Information Fluency

See on Scoop.it – Handy Online Tools for Schools Tweet What Can You Do With Google is a nice infographic from GCFLearnFree that provides a nice summary of some of the tools and apps that Google has and what you … Continue reading

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How-to Guides and Software Tutorials

See on Scoop.it – Handy Online Tools for Schools This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily. See on http://www.labnol.org

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4 Inspiring TEDx Videos for Digital Storytellers

See on Scoop.it – Storytelling in the 21st CenturyStorytellers thrive off of other inspiring stories. We also need to understand how good stories work, and what tools we have to create with.   Andrew Stanton: The clues to a great … Continue reading

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Connected Classroom: Using Online Tools for Lesson Planning

See on Scoop.it – Book Week 2013 Read Across the Universe By using these Web tools to organize, create, and find lesson plans, teachers never truly have to start from scratch, says educator Chelsea Baldwin. See on http://www.edweek.org

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