• Web Based Tech Tools 

    Contact a tech coach for a brief 1-1 tutorial.

      

    Screencastify: 10 Ways to Use Screencastify for Formative Assessment : Read how Screencastify can help you assess student learning. Examples include formative assessment in all curricular areas that will engage students.  Students can sign up for a free account that gives them 50 videos (of <10 minutes each) a month.  They can immediately share it with you via Google Drive, YouTube, or a simple link.  Get Screencastify here

    FlipGrid:  Flipgrid is now a part of Microsoft, and as a result, Flipgrid is now free for all educators and students. Flipgrid empowers educators as they help learners of all ages define their voices, share their voices, and respect the diverse voices of others. See examples of Flipgrid in action, from art projects to sub plans to book talks to staff intros to number games to parent-teacher conferences to summer challenges. Get FlipGrid here

     

    TedTV: TedTV is a great place to find videos on almost any real-world topic given by real-world people.  Great for students and teachers alike.  Try this link to 26 Ted Talks for Students

     

    Technology Integration Tools and Ideas 

     

     
     
    1. Access My Library
    One of my favorite library apps... it allows you to have access to all of North's Gale Resources. "After a simple, one-time log-in using your library's password,* the mobile app will give you free, unlimited access to your school library's reputable, authoritative Gale online resources — anytime, anywhere!"(Gale) This allows you to have them at your fingertips, once password is plugged in once, no need for any other passwords for the Gale resources.
    Give it a try you will be glad you did!
     
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    2. Educreations,
    I have used this app to create the help video for iPads located on this web site. click here to see an example.. don't be to critical my first attempt! :)
    Pros: It is easy to use, little prep required, students will find this a breeze to use,you can make a lesson private or public, You can create a video and share the link to webpages, wikis, etc.
    Cons: You can't go back and correct the video once you have recorded your voice. You can start over, but not edit once you have added voice instructions, I recommend that you use a story board to plan your video, makes recording go smoother, it allows you to prepare the slides for your presentation before you record.
    Story board I used, feel free to use or send me any changes that you feel would work better!
     
    Link to a professional review with more information:https://edshelf.com/tool/educreations
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    3. Symbaloo

    We have used this app on the Ready Reference page of North’s Library web page, it is a place to organize your favorite links. This can be used as a homepage, a collaborative set of links between colleagues the possibilities are yours to create.

    Link to a professional review with more information: Global Education Base

     
    4. Qrafter
    This is an app that allowes you to read or creat


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Last Modified on April 1, 2019