Super Storytelling with StoryBird
StoryBird is a collaborative, web-based storytelling tool. Very little teacher prep-time and lots of fun!
Want to create an online discussion with your students based on media assets like images or videos?VoiceThread lets you do that -- and even cooler -- the comments themselves can be text, video, or audio.
Edudemic Uses Pinterest.mp4
Pinterest: one of the latest darlings of the internet. Teachers were quick to find classroom uses for this visually appealing social bookmarking site.
by Adam Bellow
Easily the coolest web-based cloud storage solution out there, Dropbox makes it easy to share & access files from any device with a connection.
|How to use Animoto for Education|
Animoto makes it easy for you and your kids to build a professional-looking video using images, video clips, and audio of your choice. You can upload your own, use their library, or gather from around the web.
The education community has really embraced micro-blogging site Twitter -- both for classroom use and for DIY professional development.
Evernote is like a virtual junk drawer -- save images, links, text, voice memos; access from multiple devices; share with other users!
Linear slide presentations are so last decade! Check out Prezi, a non-linear storytelling tool that lets you share your ideas from a virtual canvas.
Edmodo made easy
by Mark Barnes
Edmodo is a social network designed for educators and students to connect and share information -- like a safe and secure Facebook for schools.
|Google Docs - The Basics|
Google Docs is not really about whistles and bells so much as filling basic needs -- a great way for teachers and students to back up, access, and collaborate on spreadsheets, word processing documents, and presentations.
Use images, audio and video to create a fantastic interactive poster with your students using Glogster -- an online tool to create "graphic blogs."
|You Suck at Photoshop - Distort, Warp, & Layer Effects|
If you've really made it through watching all those dry tutorials, you deserve a good laugh. This is an ENTIRE SERIES of parody tutorials on Photoshop