Want to Flip your classroom, but don't want to buy the expensive recording equipment?
Better yet, do you want your students to create lessons?
The solution is simple!
Screenr has been around for about five years now. The site is free
Back in 2012, I interviewed in a district where I really wanted employment. It was near my home, I had worked there as a substitute teacher, loved the staff & principal, and I would be replacing a teacher who would guide me every step of the way.
Snagit software $$ (my personal choice)
Camtasia software $$$
screenr.com FREE (This one has my vote for free sites)
PowToon FREE with limits
Wikispaces FREE (great for sharing information/videos)
Coursesites FREE (best for collaboration
Where there is a will.. there WAS ISTE Live at my fingertips for the 2014 conference in Atlanta!
I was heart broken that I would not be able to attend ISTE14 in Atlanta. In between teaching summer school, four online graduate classes, f
What is an infographic???
An inforgraphic is an interactive chart or poster that is easily manipulated to beautifully display the data you want.
Think: Leader in Me notebook graphs = stunning parent- student conference (especially when the stud
Well... you might not use it as a student portfolio or in your PD, but why not?
First, let me begin by telling you about a wikispace. A wikispace is a FREE online tool where you can share anything you can think of.. pictures, files, important info
This is an awesome free tool for teachers and instructors in K-12 programs, public and private. This site enables these educators to host a FREE, yes... you read FREE, online course. Five of them for a fact.
To sign up is easy. Simply go to www.co