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GeoGuessr.com is a website that has one and only one goal. To get you to observe closely and figure out where you are. Of course most people know where you are but what GeoGuessr does is give you a location … Continue reading
I really like Mind Maps and have already written about SpiderScribe, but there may be another contender on the block. Enter Coggle.it. A new, simple and free Mind Mapping tool. All you need is a Gmail to log in. Does … Continue reading
Infographs are huge right now. They are fun, interesting, colorful ways to consolidate and present a lot of information in a very small and easily consumable package. They are also a great way for students to display information in a … Continue reading
I remember when Inspiration and mind mapping was the beez-neezs. It was smartly devised and it worked pretty darn well but it was expensive (still is). I first encountered Inspiration in university and have seen it popping up here and … Continue reading
Parent conferences are very important. I don’t think any teacher/parent finds them useless. There may be the occasional unnecessary conference but for the most part we find them all helpful, enlightening and I wish they would happen a lot more … Continue reading
Mozilla (you know those people-they make Firefox) has created a few webmaker tools (you can find the whole suite here). The one that I am most interested in is Popcorn Maker. Spoiler alert: this service does NOT make you popcorn … Continue reading
A while ago I received an email from Misha Leybovich asking me to try our Meograph “Four-dimensional storytelling.” I took a look at it but was a but busy with other things so I put it on hold. Many may … Continue reading
I gotta be careful here or Preston will rip me apart like he did when I wrote about pen.io. This website has a little more direction. Here is what it does. You go to the website (www.oneword.com) and click the … Continue reading