Sketch Nation the simple to use mobile (iOS/Android) app/site for creating games recently updated their lesson plan ideas page. This is a great place for educators to go to find ways on how to integrate Sketch Nation into their classroom. These lesson ideas focus on a wide variety of subjects such as: Coding, History, Math, and more. Sketch Nation makes it a seamless way to introduce STEM into their classroom in a fun and engaging way.
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Loopy is an innovative new tool for creating interactive simulations. Simulations are easy to create and done by drawing circles and arrows. Educators can use Loopy to embed into a blog, create an explainer video, project based learning, differentiate instruction and much much more. Finally, users can create their simulations from scratch and build on an existing one as a template.
I highly recommend checking out Loopy by clicking here!!!
Storyboard That the excellent learning tool that educators are using in a number of ways such as: project based learning, timelines, storyboards, and more has recently made it easier to copy assignments. Educators can now login and copy assignments by the click of a button. Once the assignment is copied to their teacher dashboard it creates a blank template of that assignments for students to fill in. Best of all, an educator can edit the instructions and rubric that is attached to the assignment.
For more information on the Copy Assignment feature click here.
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Cite It In is a great site for students looking to reference material and make bibliographies. This is an easy to use that has a generator to cite materials such as: websites, books, videos, etc. Also, it works w/ APA, MLA, and Chicago styles.
I highly recommend checking out Cite It In by clicking here!!!
Answerables the innovative educational tool that combines the best features of game based learning w/ a learning management system has just released their free iPad app. Answerables is being used by educators in a variety of ways from collaborating w/ other classes, to browsing the web, all in a secure 3D virtual environment.
Answerables is used as a:
• Virtual classroom • Lesson planner • Learning manager • Quest creator • Resource manager • Web browser (managed) • Social Network • Student portfolio • Presentation space
• Multiplayer game environment • Learning management system • Quests and badges • Assessment tools • Analytics • Resource/Content management system • Web browser • Secure audio/video streaming I highly recommend checking out Answerables by clicking here!!! *Answerables is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.
Quiznetic is a new site for creating quizzes/games that students can all play at the same time. All a teacher has to do is create questions and select their track to have students answer questions and try to win this Game Based Learning racing game. Best of all, students can join using any device (via a unique code), questions can contain videos/pictures, and track student data.
I highly recommend checking out Quiznetic by clicking here!!!
EDpuzzle is vastly becoming one of the premiere web/iOS tools around for learning in the classroom. This is fantastic free tool for editing a video, cropping, adding quizzes/polls, narration, etc. then embedding into site/blog. It is being used to flip a classroom or lesson, Project Based Learning, grading/assessing, and even for differentiating instruction. The educational portal allows students to sign-up w/out needing an email account and lets educators track student progress in real-time.
I highly recommend checking out EDpuzzle by clicking here!!!
For my Pinterest board on Flipping a Classroom click here.