This article from MindShift outlines some tips and techniques for implementing project-based learning in a way that engages students in deep learning and critical inquiry.
Create beautiful slide shows with Kizoa. Add a a variety of music, effects, and transitions to your finished product.
Twisty Noodle has thousands of free coloring pages and handwriting practice worksheets that you can customize and print. They work with top illustrators, artists, and licensed image libraries to offer the most unique selection of coloring pages and handwriting practice worksheets on the internet.
Read Twitter, Facebook, and other social media feeds as a daily newspaper. Paper.li organizes content into an easy-to-read newspaper-style format. Newspapers can be created for different users, groups, lists, or tags. This can be a great way to aggregate updates from people in your general interest or professional learning network, or share your own educational updates with others in a convenient news format.
Illuminations is a math teaching resource, with numerous lessons and online activities that are suitable for any math instructor.
Citation Machine helps students and professional researchers properly credit the information they use. Its primary goal is to make it so easy for student researchers to cite their information sources.
Onestopenglish is a community set up for EFL/ESL teachers to share methodologies, resources, lesson plans, and information about teaching conditions in different countries and regions around the world.
Musopen is a collection of public domain music, primarily classical, in both MP3 and sheet music format. Music sheets range from simple instrumental pieces to symphonic arrangements.
Clover is an extension of the Windows Explorer to add multi-tab functionality, similar to Google Chrome browser. After installing Clover, you will be able to open multiple folders within the same window, and you can also add folder bookmarks. Note that the installer is in Chinese, but just click the big button to install and you'll be good to go.
NASA's Eyes is a way for you to learn about your home planet, our solar system, the universe beyond and the spacecraft exploring them. With applications for Mac and PC as well as apps for mobile devices there are many ways for you to follow along with NASA's scientists and engineers.