Aviary is a powerful suite of graphics and audio tools that can be used for educational purposes and assignments. It is a very dynamic piece of software that is hosted in the cloud and is an excellent web 2.0 tool. Click here to read more about using Aviary in the Classroom.
Added by Brian Weir on January 25, 2012 at 8:34pm —
Stories with a pattern and good picture clues build…
Added by Michelle Breum on February 22, 2010 at 1:42pm —
Some screen recorder like DemoCreator enables users to create narration-based software presentations with ease. Here we will learn how to use DemoCreator's advanced audio capabilities to add and edit audio in your movies. This screen recorder provides 3 ways to add the audio to the screen recordings: record sound at capture time, record sound at preview time, import audio file to the screen… Continue
Added by Tim on June 22, 2009 at 2:39am —
I usually have my students record their English homework on it's learning. There's a record function in the text editor, and it is excellent. But, here I am - listening to my students read their English homwork on a Saturday! And, I'm enjoying it!
So, it has freed up more time in class to do other things besides hearing them read to me, but it has stolen my Saturdays! And I think that's ok!
Added by Chris Andre Lund on May 16, 2009 at 11:13am —
Just added this great resource
to the Teacher Toolbar
What?! You don't have the FREE Teacher Toolbar (listed among Jane Hart's BEST eLearning Tools in Education)?
Take a look and download it here: http://professionallearningboard.ourtoolbar.com…
Added by Ellen on December 20, 2008 at 7:00pm —
By Alix E. Peshette Cross-posted from The Impetuous Geek The web is an expansive collection of the good, the bad and the ugly. Wouldn’t it be great if our students could search online in a safe environment? What if teachers could focus student searches towards specific resources? Sounds complicated and full of java scripts and html? Continue
Welcome to the happy collision of…
Added by Alix E. Peshette on December 5, 2008 at 3:00pm —
Cross-posted from The Impetuous Geek
By Alix E. Peshette
Technology has expanded many of the traditional ideas of how students can show evidence of learning. So, it’s no surprise that many students elect to create multimedia presentations. Images, video, narration and sound tracks are combined to produce an engaging product. Naturally enough, students often share… Continue
Added by Alix E. Peshette on September 7, 2008 at 12:30pm —