Tom Barrett has been sharing his class ideas and tips about using various tools in GoogleDocs presentations for quite a while and I have been collecting them in my bookmarks. He has now put all of them together in his blog. The presentations are in easy to use in their Google docs format and he invites others to share ideas. They are worth looking at/using and, if you have some tips that have not been mentioned, think about contributing.
The latest one I found was Ten Interesting Ways* to Use Audio in your Classroom. We have been doing some work with audio and I recently listened to a discussion on music in the novel, so I am interested in exploring this area some more.
The other presentations are listed below but don’t be surprised if the numbers have changed.
- 10 Interesting Ways To Use a Wiki in the Classroom
- 13 Interesting Ways To Use a Visualizer in the Classroom
- 27 Interesting Ways To Use Twitter in the Classroom
- 40 Interesting Ways To Use Wordle in the Classroom
- 40 Interesting Ways To Use Your Pocket Video Camera in the Classroom
- 21 Interesting Ways To Use Google Docs in the Classroom
- 24 Interesting Ways To Use Google Earth in the Classroom
- 23 Interesting Ways To Use a Nintendo DS in the Classroom
- 34 Interesting Ways To Use Search Engines in the Classroom
- 42 Interesting Ways To Use Your Interactive Whiteboard in the Classroom
- 5 Interesting Ways to Use Prezi in the Classroom
- 17 Interesting Ways to Use Voicethread in the Classroom
Still in the early stages are:
- 4 interesting ways to use Wallwisher in the classroom
- 3 interesting ways to support writing in the classroom
- 5 interesting ways to use an iPod touch in the classroom
- 4 interesting ways to use Nintendo Wii in the classroom
- and so far Zero interesting ways to use Google Wave in the classroom
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