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Wallwisher: A Virtual Classroom Sticky Pad

Wallwisher.com is an easy-to-use, free Internet application that allows you to build a wall and have anyone in the world leave their own virtual Post-It! To build a wall, you will need to create a login with an e-mail account; people posting on your wall do not need an account (great for using WallWisher...

Glogster EDU

Glogster EDU is a Web 2.0 platform that allows teachers and students to upload photos, videos, text, audio, and other media to create an online, interactive poster! Glogster creates an environment that stimulates subject integration while being visually appealing and engaging for all students, regardless of...

Rhythm, Rhyme, Results: Educational Rap

Wow! What an amazing resource! These songs can be used in elementary school, although high school students might appreciate them even more. They’re so informative!!! Check them...

Discovery School’s Clip Art Gallery

After uploading multiple classroom reproducibles and viewing all their images on the page, I realized just how many times I have used clip art from Discovery School’s Clip Art Gallery. The images are designed by Mark A. Hicks and are available through Discovery.com. They’ve come in quite handy in...

What Does VistaPrint Mean to Teachers?

VistaPrint, a small business marketing company with 19 million customers, is known by most people for providing businesses with brand identity, promotional products, and marketing services. For teachers, VistaPrint is something altogether different! For us, it is a way to personalize our classrooms, decorate...

The Anthropology of YouTube

What an amazing introduction to the interconnectivity of the web! Anthropologist Michael Wesch, famous for his “The Machine is Us/ing Us” video about the evolution of hypertext, also created this gem called “An anthropological introduction to YouTube”. We’ll forgive the poor...

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