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I have tons of computer resources on my site. I have complete computer units sorted by grade levels first through fifth grade. Come have a look and see if you could use these in your classroom or computer lab.

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Barbara Vogt's picture
Barbara Vogt
ESL/English teacher from Manteo, North Carolina

Often, I hear teachers ask why do we have so many programs. Yet, after teaching twenty years, I find the new frontier exciting. Wikispace allowed me to reduce the number of file cabinets in my room from twenty to one. In addition, the number of paper cuts I had had in the past looking for files reduced to zero. Then, there was symbaloo which reduced the issue of finding all my new programs, for example, animoto; gloster; bitstrip; prezi; Study Island; SAS Curriculum Pathway; APEX; Google; Haiku LMS; and so much more. The latest and greatest program is mybigcampus where I can place my entire yearly lessons day-by-day in one location: youtube; prezi; teacher files; 21 Century Core Standards and PowerPoints in one bundle. What now? I look everyday for that next journey into this new frontier. My students like change and for them change creates forward motion.

Keith Heggart's picture
Keith Heggart
High School Teacher from Sydney, Australia

Hi Barbara,
You're an inspiration! I haven't been teaching as long as you, but I hope when I have that I still am willing to push the envelope and work at the frontier. When I started teaching, I laboriously had paper copies of notes and plans and unit programs. Now, I can't remember the last time I printed off a lesson plan! And I love the list of what tools you are using. I haven't used Bitstrip, but you can guarantee I'll give it a shot.

In the interest of sharing, have you used You can make infographics on it.


Samer Rabadi's picture
Samer Rabadi
Online Community Engagement Manager

Adam, it looks the original post was made in May 2012. The site it references may no longer be active.

Thanks for sharing your resources though. They will help others who might stop by this discussion thread.

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