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I teach ages: 1 to 22
Excellent tool which brings programming within reach to a broader audience. The tool is fun, interactive and helpful for learning about computational thinking.
This is a great tool for generating quick and easy maps for a variety of learning aims. Maps are visually appealing, customization along a number of dimensions, and easy to make.
This is a great tool for the annotation of text. Education Genius is great for practicing critical reading strategies–especially regarding deep textual analysis. There are a lot of really interesting ways this site can be used in different learning environments–whether to help struggling readers, or to clarify portions of dense or confusing subject matter. The comment feature is really nice. Of the new and emerging ed tools this is one of my personal favorites, and one which I find to be very promising.
Conceptually, takes some getting used to, but once you figure it out there is a lot you can do and much to discover!
“Diagrams use proximity, scale, and links to clarify hierarchy and relationships between information, making your message more easily understood.”
Great tool for annotating a variety of multimedia formats.
A great tool for archiving, tagging and transcribing audio files.