Saturday, January 28, 2012

Most Popular Posts for the last week on Ed Tech Guy


Good morning from damp, wet Connecticut (lots of rain on Friday!). Today, I'm in Hartford, at the Mark Twain House, attending an in-person event sponsored by the CT Leadership Council of the Discovery Educator Network, participating in Discovery Education's SCICon, which combines live and virtual sessions for professional development.

Here are the most read posts from last week:

1. Soapbox - real time student feedback during class - back channeling, messaging and polling

2. The Teaching Channel - video lessons and resources for educators

3. What I use with Physics classes instead of textbook - online resources, simulations, digital textbooks, and more

4. The Andes Physics Tutor - intelligent homework helper for Physics - use in class or have students use for practice and help.

5. TIE
Studyers - create, organize, and share notes    and   The 3 apps and services I can't live without

6. ActivePresenter - free screencasting software

7. PDFBinder - simple tool to merge PDF documents into one

8. Great Science Fair resource created by a student - animation to get students interested in and participating in science fair and science classes

9. Twitter, Google Plus, Facebook - a nice comparison

10. TIE
Google Calendar for Educators    and   Google announces new Google in Education resources

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