News Tagged 'classroom tools'

Canva – Inspire Creativity

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Inspire Creativity“Inspire creativity through intuitive graphic design. Canva provides teachers and students with a simple new way to design. Its drag and drop functionality enables them to create presentations, posters, one-page documents, and social media posts.”(Canva)

Canva is a drag and drop graphics design program which enables both teachers and student to create amazing images and posters. It is integrated with the Google suite so ...

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Story Spinners

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Story Spinners can be used for a huge number of things in the primary classroom – not only giving some ideas to start a story writing exercise but also perhaps for doing mental maths exercises, choosing groups and individuals to speak, or to share their work at any time.

Wheel Decide is a really friendly Story Spinner which teachers can adapt very quickly and then embed into a blog, wiki etc – whatever would be useful to keep ...

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Just2easy Software Tools

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Just2easy is a set of resources that I investigated, once again,  at the BETT show in January.

Just2easy offers a ToolSuite containing a whole range of resources that offer a primary school everything it needs for the computing curriculum, organization automation using services from this website, and other resources such as: coding, data handling and creative ...

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Classroom Screen

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Classroom ScreenClassroom Screen is a free, fun resource that I discovered recently.

It was created by Laurens Koppers, a teacher, and is designed for use in classrooms:

“I’m a teacher in the Netherlands and I wanted to use a free and simple tool with all my favorite digiboard widgets to help my students focus more on their work. I ...

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Online Dictation in Google Chrome

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https://dictation.io/It is now very easy to carry out online dictation in Google Chrome using a simple extension to the browser, which is also available as a web app. It is very easy and amazingly accurate! The only two mistakes in the following text, were that is misinterpreted a full stop twice. I think, in retrospect, you need to say it very close to the last word, I think I paused before ...

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