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Websites that Work in China.

November 25, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Hi All – this information comes to us from Chris McAnally from the a conference session by Muhammad Azeem

 

Rubistar (free) – Tool to help teachers build Rubrics, easy step-by-step process. Many samples.

Testmoz (free) – Test generator (MC and fill in blanks).  Provides instant feedback to students, you give students a passcode.

Twiddla – Web meeting playground, like Elluminate. You can meet on line for free.

Quizlet (free) – Flash cards, language lessons etc.- Already Mandarin lessons in there.

Jaycut – edit a video online. Post anywhere on the web.

Free Play Music – Lets you get background music for podcasting.

Storybird (Free & Pay) – Lets you create a storybook.

Museum Box – Want something different? Create a museum box about a topic using photos and videos

Cover it Live – Lets you do running commentary on something.

Shmoop – Guides for lessons and books.

Pearltrees – like live bookmarks.  Shared bookmarks

Classtools.net – Fakebook template, templates for things.

Aviary Advanced Suite – An online movie & photoeditor.

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