Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks #5 – The Final days of Windows edition

Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks #5 – The Final days of Windows edition

This edition of Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks contains nuggets of wisdom on:

  • Ed Tech Framework site
  • BoClips
  • TES Blendspace
  • ClassroomScreen.com
  • Clarisketch
  • ReadLang
  • Math Pickle
  • Games & Quizzes in Google Earth
  • Text on a Screen and Meaning
  • Chrome Music Lab
  • 5 Google Drive Tips for New Users
  • 5 Answers to Questions frequently asked by new Chromebook users
  • Recreating your “desktop” in Chrome

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Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks – French Immersion Edition

Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks – French Immersion Edition

This edition of Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks contains nuggets of wisdom on:

  • SeeSaw
  • Bout de Gomme
  • Des activités de Momes
  • Français facile podcast
  • Les Nouvelles – in slow French
  • Apprends Avec Moi – YouTube Channel
  • Mouk en français – You Tube Channel
  • Madame Belle Feuille
  • EBooKids – French Books
  • OrthoLud – Jeux et exercices en ligne
  • Amélie Pepin
  • GEO Ado
  • Coucou, des amis pour tous les petits!
  • Jeux éducatifs pour enfants
  • Grandir avec Nathan
  • Histoires pour enfants
  • 1 jour 1 actu – l’actualité à hauteur d’enfants

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Place Value Digital Manipulatives

Place Value Digital Manipulatives

Instead of looking for all those place value blocks you used last year (they’ve gotta be there…. somewhere…) why not sign out a cart of chromebooks and provide kids this link (If you have a class website or use Google Classroom this is a must-have link!) to the Number Pieces by the Math Learning Centre so that everyone can use the manipulatives, and you’re not left at the end of the day picking up all the “ones” blocks off the floor!

Free inspirational Movie Clips

Free inspirational Movie Clips

Did you know there are online resources out there that offer just the movie moments you may be looking to use in your classroom? Clips you may not have known about, clips you may have forgotten about, or other just plain good uses for movie clips. Wing Clips is one such site. Though it appears that its backbone is through a religious organization, there are still many resources to consider. 

Another site is ClipShout. This site is only free for 14 days, but also contains a large library of potentially useful movie clips for teachers.

Digital Citizenship – Case Studies

Digital Citizenship – Case Studies

This website from a school in BC has a list of stories of people who have been involved in various situations where some different choices as it pertains to digital citizenship could have changed the course of their lives. They made choices, and they live with the consequences of those choices. If you’re needing a story to tell your class to underscore a point you’ve made or need to make, you may find what you’re seeking here.