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Paragons of the Week – Super Teacher Tools, EdHeads, Kineticcity

Episode 37 >> Previous Paragons 1. Super Teacher Tools Super Teacher Tools has a bunch of great teaching tools that allow teachers and students to create games, quizzes, charts and a variety of other useful things for your classroom. The most popular is a Jeopardy Review Game that you can create custom Jeopardy games for your […]

Paragons of the Week – Collaborative Revision w/Google Docs, Learning Science, Story Home

Episode 36 >> Previous Paragons 1. Teach Collaborative Revision with Google Docs Google Docs has recently partnered with Weekly Reader to come up with ways to help teachers teach collaborative writing to students. Two of the many features of Google Docs is the ability to have multiple people working on the same document simultaneously, and also, the intuitive ability […]

Paragons of the Week: Mapeas, Sight Words with Samson, Qwiki

Episode 35 >> Previous Paragons 1. Mapeas Mapeas is a Google Maps mash-up that shows news happenings from around the world. The hot-spots are divided into categories: Business, Entertainment, General, Science and Sport, so you can select which one you’d like to see, or simply see all of them at once. Each dot on the map represents a […]

Paragons of the Week: PicLits, CyberChase, Incredibox

Episode 34 >> Previous Paragons 1. PicLits PicLits is a site that allows users to choose a photo and then drag words onto the picture to create sentences.  There is a freestyle option that allows you to simply type on the picture, and keywords are suggested to help you out. When finished, you can save (free […]

Paragons of the Week – PinDax, Library of Congress, Google Things to Do

Episode 33 >> Previous Paragons 1. PinDax Pindax is an online message board similar to Wallwisher, where users can add post-its about any given topic. You begin by creating a free account and then build a new board with a name and specific directions about what you want posted on the board. As a teacher, you […]

Paragons of the Week – BibMe, Professor Garfield, Amateur Science Sites

Episode 32 >> Previous Paragons 1. BibMe BibMe is a quick and easy to use bibliography maker that allows you to cite books, magazines, newspapers, websites, journals, films, and more. You begin by searching for a book (or any other media you choose). Once the book is found, you select it, make any changes (annotations, whether […]

Paragons of the Week: Halloween Fun Sites

Episode 31 > Previous Paragons Special P.O.W. Halloween Episode 1. The Kidz Page On the KidzPage, there are 23 online Halloween games, 12 online Halloween coloring pages, 53 online Halloween jigsaw puzzles, and much more to keep the brains of little ghouls and goblins entertained. 2. Virtual Pumpkin Carving At this Virtual Pumpkin Carving site, you have all the […]

Paragons of the Week – Zoo Burst, PocketMod, Doppelme

Episode 30 > Previous Paragons 1. Zoo Burst Zoo Burst is a digital storytelling tool that allows you to create lively pop-up books with sounds and actual pop-up effects when you turn the page.  You first create a free account, and then use the simple interface and tools to begin creating your book. 2. PocketMod PocketMod […]

Paragons of the Week – Scale of the Universe, Nobel Prize Edu-games, Antarctica ”Street” View

Episode 29 >>Previous Paragons 1. Scale of the Universe Scale of the Universe is an amazing journey in scale. The site allows you to zoom out from quantum foam all the way to the outer universe. 2. Nobel Prize Educational Games The Nobel Prize Educational Games are a series of well thought out games based on Nobel […]

Paragons of the Week – Cloud Canvas, Dot-Dash, Word Search Maker

Episode 28 > Previous Paragons 1. Cloud Canvas Cloud Canvas is a powerful in-browser drawing program that allows users to utilize layers, filters, clip art and other graphics, brushes, textures, and many other features normally found in Photoshop-like programs. You save directly into your Google Docs account or you can export as a .png file onto your […]

Paragons of the Week – Family Safety Center, The Learning Edge, Answer Garden

Episode 27 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning. I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week. Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here. 1. Google Family Safety Center […]

Paragons of the Week – Talking Pets, Many Things, Build Your Wild Self

Episode 26 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning. I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week. Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here. 1. Talking Pets This is […]

Paragons of the Week – NASA, Web Research, & Multiplication Tool

Episode 25 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning. I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week. Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here. 1. NASA Brain Bites NASA […]

Paragons of the Week – Google Tricks, Surfing Scientist, Art Babble

Episode 24 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning. I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week. Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here. 1. 100 Google Tricks From […]

Top 3 Paragons of the Week – Science House, ViewPure, TeachingBooks.net

Episode 23 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning. I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week. Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here. 1. Science House Science […]