Using photographs, music, and videos in your classroom will help you present information in compelling ways, increase comprehension, and achieve greater retention. Transform an everyday lesson into an engaging and unique lesson that will have students excited about learning any concept.
Here you will find all the links used in the presentation:
1.Five Card Flickr: Fun Creative Writing Activity
How do I use five card flickr?
2. Google Search for Flash Activities
Use the advanced search on Google to find pre-made flash activities to use in your lessons.
How do I use google flash?
3. KeepVid: Download your favorite youtube videos here
How do I use keepvid?
4. Classtools.net: Customize Flash activities including a Random Name Picker and Dustbin Game that works like a container
How do I use classtoolsnet?
Resources for Images:
Morgue File: Awesome resource for images
Compfight: A Flickr image search tool
The Big Picture: News stories in photographs
Wordnik: Type in a word and Wordnik generates images, definitions, and related words
KidsClick! Web Search: Image search designed for student use
Pixel Perfect: Free Stock Photos
Wordle: Create word clouds to see the most important focus of a lesson
Lessons That Stick: Made to Stick Resources including Teaching that Sticks
Resources for Design:
How do I use colourlovers?
Color Scheme Designer: shows color palettes and even the effects of color blindness with color. http://www.colorschemedesigner.com/