"I am no authority whatsoever on Art (I'm a Maths teacher!) but interestingly when I ran a session at school recently to show students a whole variety of resources online one of the most popular pages was this with some online drawing…"
"My blog Mathematics, Learning and Web 2.0 lists many excellent (all free!) resources available on the web. Particular favourites I use every day have to be the Desmos graphing calculator and WolframAlpha.
You'll see various pages…"
"Not sure what you mean by a 'digital book'? Can you explain more?
I use WordPress which works really well to communicate with my students, this could work for parents too but I am not sure if you want your students to access a site or…"
"Hi Lyndise (sorry, realised I got your name wrong last time). TES forums all here - you need to register (all free).
I certainly find it useful for my subject (Maths) as people will normally comment pretty fast on specification changes /…"
"Another Diigo fan here - I like the list facility. I also like the fact that educators can set up accounts for students under 13.
Always wanting a backup plan my Diigo bookmarks are sent automatically to Delicious and using IFTTT they also go…"
"For whatever reason, I can see from my WordPress stats that this thread is getting quite a few views today, so I thought I'd highlight the thread. On my own blog I've added an 'I'm looking for...' page which I will be…"
"I teach in the UK (age 11 to 18); at school we use Moodle so all departments can upload resources for their students to use.
Personally I use a blog (WordPress) to post homework details and messages for the classes that I teach - that means none of…"
With your interest in Online Whiteboards, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service.
Here’s a Public Class on Technology Integration you might be interested in.