Prezi help

September 2, 2009

I love that so many of you have started to use Prezi. It is such a cool presentation tool. I have added the link to the prezi manual on the resources page.

Remember! When you are downloading your finished Prezi presentation, it will be in a zipped file. You need to have winzip installed to unzip the file in order to show your prezi on an offline computer. Once you have the winzip, it’s easy to do. Winzip is available here if you are on the KIS network, or here to download.

Ask me if you need help!


Library Committee minutes April 2009

May 5, 2009


Created using Wordle.

Cool cat teachers list and Classroom 2.0

April 27, 2009

I know many of you probably thinks that the whole Classroom 2.0 is slightly overwhelming. I have been on the 2.0 scene since it started, and I am still overwhelmed most of the time ;). That’s why I like these kinds of lists. This is a list of 122 applications, softwares and sites that the writer, Cool Cat Teacher recommends, along with why she likes and uses them.

(And for those of you who are practicing Christians, she has written a post about Bible study and her ITouch! 🙂

PS. The link Classroom 2.0 goes to a great and very alive NING (online community) about classroom 2.0. Another way to get onto it is to become a member of that one and start exploring with the help of collegues from all over the world.

Google earth PRO

January 14, 2009

Google earth PRO is free for educators! Read more here.


November 13, 2008

Exploratree provides a number of free thinking guides, and is a useful tool for developing your own thinking guide as well. According to Exploratree, a thinking guide is a tool or a framework for thinking through an issue from different perspectives or aspects.

It is an easy enough interface I thought, and if you register, you can save your thinking guides and share them with others.