Hello everybody!


I open this post in order we can share awesome tools 2.0 to implement with our students. This post it can be useful to share and explain different tools that we use in our class. One of the best tools I found to assess the students is www.quizstar.4teachers.org  and www.rubristar.4teachers.org. At the beginning you need to invest time in create test but once they are created you do not have to be worried about correct hundred of papers, so it is worthy.

Another tool that I like is www.collaborizeclassrom.com . It is a site where you can easily create questions to debate with the students and they can respond in a forum.

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Comment by Jorge Cañal on September 30, 2013 at 8:01am

An awesome tool to use in presentations is Edcanvas: A place to create and present lessons digitally.

You can share with your students, it has rich multimedia content, all in one browser tab. Another awesome tool is goanimate: allows you to easily chop a funny and interesting section from any youtube video and share it.

allows you to create animated videos, embed videos in your blog or website. http://goanimate.com/

Comment by Jesus Antonio Garcia on October 7, 2013 at 12:44pm

Thanks Jorge, 

I have been researching and I like very much this tool, screencast-o-matic, you can create video tutorials easily and without download any program.

Let's get more resources to share!

Comment by Jorge Cañal on October 18, 2013 at 9:23am
An interesting web 2.0 is pixlr. It's a photo editor very complete online, without downloading any program. It allows you to crop, cut, design photographs online.
There is also version apple and android app Pixlr Express
Comment by Jorge Cañal on October 18, 2013 at 9:45am
Another awesome tool is zamzar. Is a free online file converter. You can convert any file without the need to download software. You can convert files to: photos, image format, Document formats, such as (docx, pptx, pub, odt, etc), music formats, (org, mp3, wma, wav, m4a, etc) video formats, E-books formats, Compressed formats and video presets for cell phones and

Comment by Jorge Cañal on October 18, 2013 at 12:39pm


Use LiveBinders to integrate a variety of online resources in one location giving students what they need in context:

  • keep a binder of online mathematic exercises
  • organize review videos on social studies and science material
  • collect PowerPoint® slides, SlideShare® presentations, and Prezi® materials in a binder that students can access anywhere, at anytime
  • provide flip learning video material that the students can utilize from home and in the classroom

Let LiveBinders integrate all of your web 2.0 content - surveys, Google® forms, spreadsheets, and science flash assignments - into one contextual package.

Comment by Jorge Cañal on October 18, 2013 at 1:22pm

Thanks Jesus for your recommendation. Ï've visited the website of screencast-o-matic  And I think that will be very useful to use on my website. It's really an awesome tool.  Now I can embed video tutorials in my website. https://sites.google.com/site/jorgecanalsmartboard/

Lately I have found some useful tools. I show them in different post. I hope you like them.

Comment by Jesus Antonio Garcia on October 31, 2013 at 2:35pm

It is a great tool to do tutorials on line. Let's keep this post dynamic.


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