Home to a major collection of free online programs, tools, and resources for teachers and students, including the Automatic Drag-and-Drop Activity Maker.
HERE is ONE EXAMPLE of a FREE teaching tool (program) for visiting teachers/students. (<- The "linkGuider" ON that page is a "builder" for the type of teaching utility you see via the demo link on that page. On that page, build your own! As is the case with all the apps, the whole "kit" is available in a zip, and a link to that zip is on the Builder page.) Many more tools are available -- ALL free, with no registration required, and with no ads, no solicitations, no "catches" whatsoever.
Click this link for a summary of all the tools and facilities available on this site. Use the BIG MENU system (ABOVE) to find help you find all the tools on the site.
** HERE ** is a link to a LIVE DISCUSSION FOR YOU and YOUR group -- if the facility is empty, i.e. not currently in use by another group. Visitors to this site can feel free to use this to chat professionally about anything, anytime. Newly included with this live chat app is an optional html-formatting capability & the ability for 2 people to take turns modifying & sharing a drawing (ALSO, OPTIONAL). Please do respect any group that may presently be using the chat facility (& the associated drawing facility) and wait until they are done; they should clear it out when they are done. You may clear out an old discussion, if the last post is over 5 minutes old, & you may clear the associated drawing facility, if they failed to make it be "UNOCCUPIED". Use FIREFOX, if you plan to do shared drawing; ** BIG FEATURE **: If you name your drawing uniquely you can come back later & continue the shared-drawing.
To use the feed aggregator below: To see current highlights (Titles) of a given feed: once you have clicked the "15 Feeds" link, select any feed of interest from the select/option box then click on one of the titles shown scrolling by, if interested. [NOTE: If you open the rss feed aggregator in a separate window: Some browsers require that you hold down the Shift key when clicking one of the titles, to get the article to open in its own regular-sized window (rather than in a tab).] The feeds in the iframe below are all updated every 90 seconds:
HERE IS A LINK to where we can all share our links to major sites having to do with 10
different areas of Digital Learning.
(Please note that this tool (esp. the detached version) is useful tool for parents monitoring the time their children are online, since the timer continues to work as long as a particular browser is open, regardless of what sites one visits.)
Finally, CLAIM your VERY OWN Blog HERE *OR* SEE a sample wiki, a TEACHERS' WIKI, HERE.