Even the most dedicated Luddite will be able to handle Padlet, and the rest of you can have fun with the real toys. Here are 13 free web tools. Not all of them will be useful for our classes, but they might provide that zap of inspiration for the uninspired.
MindShift is also a nice site for inspiring yourself. While it’s geared towards the American public system, a good deal of it’s applicable to us, as well.
The Magic Gopher is… magic.
A good ice-breaker or conversation starter. Get them to explain their numbers and symbol to you–or see if they can tell you how it’s done!
Michelle found this site for writing your own “Choose Your Own Adventure” books. We’re test-driving it. If you want to test-drive it, too, let us know when your stories are finished so we can let our students check it out!
While we were having our virtual cup of tea last week, we were discussing the hazards of looking for images on Google. (Have you ever forgotten to pause Go to Meeting and then had to do some quick cover-ups?) Christine gave us these links for picture dictionaries. The first two are pretty basic, but the last one has some good adjectives and verbs.