All Blog Posts Tagged 'glogster' (5)

My Internet Classroom with Wiki, Skype & Glogster

I started doing it two years ago and now it is a fact - working for my students. Here you can read more:

http://sunrise651.edu.glogster.com/my-internet-classroom-itc/

I am participating in a contest sponsored by Ooka Island Inc. and an online community, called WeAreTeachers. I submitted a teaching idea answering the question: How do you use technology to bridge learning…

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Added by Rositsa Mineva on August 17, 2011 at 5:57pm — 1 Comment

8 Great Free Digital Presentation Tools For Teachers To Try This Summer

This blog post saw a lot of traffic yesterday when I put it up, so I have to assume the interest level is high - figure'd I should share it here too! - KW

 

A mix of web apps that can help you make presentations that are fun, eye catching, and engaging (great for students too)!

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Added by Kelly Walsh on July 21, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments

Free Ways To Download Any Video

Hi there!
I'm doing a list of all free websites where we can download any video (on a wiki page) to share with my Bulgarian colleagues. This is a gloggie I made in English on the same topic. Sharing it with you I'd like to get more information about the similar websites you have been using on that purpose. Thanks in advance!

Added by Rositsa Mineva on November 30, 2010 at 9:56pm — 1 Comment

Glogster!

Most of you have probably heard of Glogster but if you haven't, I suggest you try it out! The .edu.glogster site is now private and is an amazing tool for student work. This year our school theme is Star Trek and I created a Star Trek themed Glog web for our school. It will continue to grow as the year progresses but if you would like to see it go to:
http://mckilloplibrary.edu.glogster.com/McKillop-Home/
I will be posting more book reviews there as we get into the school year.

Added by Doug Valentine on September 6, 2009 at 8:35pm — No Comments

Creating Historical Timelines with Glogster (Part I)

Right now my students are working through a chunk of Canadian History, examining a series of events that lead up to Confederation. In order to have them understand this flow of events, and how they lead from one to another to the final creation of our country, I have asked students to create a timeline. Last year, on a similar chunk of history, I had students use xTimeline, but in the end I wasn't that pleased with the products the students… Continue

Added by Neil Stephenson on March 9, 2009 at 8:00pm — 3 Comments

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