Recently Tagged 04/18/2011

  • Last week John McLear introduced a Random Name Selector that he developed. The Random Name Selector is a simple tool for picking names from a list you’ve created. To use the selector just type in or copy a list of names then hit “go.” Once a name is selected you have the option of launching a two minute or seven minute countdown timer. You also have the option to remove a name from the list after it has been selected. Watch the video below to learn a little more and see the Random Name Selector in use. -Free Technology for Teachers

    tags: selector generator random drawing

  • tags: profdev assessment evaluation planning reflection

  • Basically, you create a site, share the link with your students, and give them a question or something to comment about on a sticky note they create. One thing I like about Primary Wall is you don’t have to approve each sticky (although that is a nice feature sometimes.)This has lots of possibilities in the classroom. Have students post a sticky note on Monday morning about something they did over the weekend, have students post a sticky note on questions they may have during a lesson you are teaching-review their questions at the end of your teaching time, have students post a sticky note if they have a question about homework that can be discussed.

    tags: collaboration wallwisher stickies notes

  • tags: ipad iwb app smartboard tutorials howtos

  • tags: ipad iwb whiteboard smartboard howto tutorial apps

  • video tutorials on how to make pretty Moodle courses with little scroll bars using books, templates, limited student topic view access, linking to activities and resources within books, navigation throughout.

    tags: moodle screencasts videos tutorials howtos design

  • – AirPrint to Any Printer – Print from iPad – Print from iPhone
    Printing from your iPhone or iPad is easier than you’ve ever imagined. Run Printopia on your Mac to share its printers to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Add unlimited virtual printers to save print-outs to your Mac as PDF files

    tags: ipad print mac app software

    • Printing from your iPhone or iPad is easier than you’ve ever imagined. Run Printopia on your Mac to share its printers to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Add unlimited virtual printers to save print-outs to your Mac as PDF files

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