Curriculumbits.com Online Interactive ELearning Teaching Resource Library.
“Established in 2006, Curriculumbits.com offer free online access to a growing range of interactive multimedia elearning resources. The online resource library contains games, quizzes, animations and videos in a variety of subjects. Resources have been produced according to key stage 3 and 4 of the UK National Curriculum for students aged 11 to 16.”
Though the learning objects are not downloadable they are eminently suited to using on an interactive whiteboard.
iThinkMedia – 100 Educational Twitter Users.
One of those lists, this time of educators who are on Twitter. Quite a pot pourri the list is heavily US centric. To assist in making a decision to follow there is a brief bio attached to each name though according to the author of the list there are only five K-12 teachers on the list. The list also features some education related organisations. Worth a quick look at least.
Google Tutor: Tutorials and Tips for Google Users
This site has links to a range of tutorials, tips and tricks using all things Google. From translating documents in Google Docs to personalizing Google Maps to checking out a beginners guide to using Google search this is the site for Googleaholics.
iPhone/iPod Apps for K-12
These pages include links to a range of free or almost free iphone/ipod touch apps that may be of interest to K-12 teachers and students. The list is ordered under a range of headings including Language Arts, Science as well as Utilities for Teaching/Learning.
Allison Miller’s Using Mahara – VETSA ePortfolio
This e-Portfolio from Allison Miller, who works in VET South Australia is not only a great example of Mahara in action but is also a working document that explores and shows how Mahara can be used. If you are at all interested in eportfolios then have a look here.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
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