20 Terrific Presentation Tech Tools for Kids! by @KleinErin

I recently submitted a piece to my friend, Laura Candler, for inclusion of her new eBook: 20 Terriffic Presentation Tech Tools for Kids.  I’m honored to be included among such fantastic contributing authors.  Even more so, I’m looking forward to trying out a few of these tools with my own students.
What I really like about this collection of resources is that they include the teacher’s voice of how the tool can be used within the classroom.  Often I hear of amazing tools, but I’m left with trying to figure out how the tool fits with the learning.  That’s why I enjoy networking with fellow teachers so much.  I get such creative prespective from fellow colleagues.  That is exactly what Laura has created with this resource.  Best part – it’s free!  That’s right… no strings attached, so download away - click here.
Product Overview:
 This freebie consists of two documents.
One is a 10-page ebook compilation of 20 recommendations by educators for online and mobile device tech tools to use with upper elementary or middle school students.
The other is a short editable Word file of the same list of tech tools that you can give to your students. They will love these novel methods of using technology to present information and reports.
These tools work well in all subject areas, especially science and social studies.
If you like this freebie, please take time to rate it and leave feedback. Thanks! ~ Laura Candler
Here are the 20 tech tools included:
1. Blabberize
2. Educreations
3. Glogster EDU
4. Google Drive Presentations
5. Haiku Deck
6. Instagram
7. Pearltrees
8. Popplet
9. Prezi
10. Screenr
11. ShowMe
12. Sliderocket
13. Storybird
14. TimeGlider
15. Toontastic
16. Videolicious
17. Voice Thread
18. Voki
19. Weebly
20. Xtranormal

About @kleinerin

@kleinerin Erin Klein is a an education technology expert and a master of project based learning. In her blog, Kleinspiration, Erin shares strategies and tools to help educators create transformational schools of the 21st century. Currently working in education, with a business background, I value the importance of technology integration and global preparation into the learning environment. Being an involved person, I streamline my creative teaching ideas into project-based applications that enhance the academic standards.


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