Posts Tagged ‘tech_tools’

5th November
written by Tom Banaszewski

Looking for an easy and free way to record a short how-to video? While it’s still in its testing phase, Screencast-o-Matic is a great option for those not wanting to pay for a Pro account with Jing or spend $30 for Camtasia or ScreenFlow (if you are going to spend any money, get Camtasia).

17th September
written by Tom Banaszewski

There are many free online tools for teachers and students. These are just a few:

Want to try these out without having to sign-up for an account? Log-in with the provided (username, password)

Collaboration Tools

Mindmeister – (, shanghai)

Stixy – (, shanghai)

Wallwisher – (, shanghai)

Slideshare – just click on the “guest” option. Enter “Middle School Math” in the search bar and see your results.

Easy Slideshow and Movie Tools

Animoto – (, shanghai)

xtranormal – (, shanghai)

JayCut – (, shanghai)

Vuvox – (, shanghai)

Joggle – (, shanghai)

dotsub – upload a video and have it translated into any language (sastest, shanghai)

Fun Stuff

Remember the Milk – To Do List that integrates well with many other online tools.

Spell with Flickr – Anything spelled out using individual pictures from around the world!

geoGreeting – use Google Earth images to send a message to someone.