BigHugeLabs and Education
(h/t @dkapuler) Free photo projects & photo tools for education
“Register your students so they can sign in without requiring an email address. View and download content created by your students. Use the site advertising-free. And we absolutely do not try to sell anything to your students. Ready to print ID cards for your students”
LinkWithin – Related Posts with Thumbnails
(h/t @rmbyrne)LinkWithin is a blog widget that appears under each post, linking to related stories from your blog archive.
Pollmo Polls – The simplest polls on the web
(via @rmbyrne) “Pollmo is a free service offering an easy way to create and post simple polls online. Getting started with Pollmo is easy. Just head to their site, type your question, type your response choices, and select a color theme for your poll. Then just copy the embed code provided to place your poll on your blog or website. Don’t have a blog or website? Then just direct people to the url assigned to your Pollmo poll.”
A Set of Excellent iPhone Math Apps for the Older Child | GeekDad | Wired.com
I recently found a set of 16 very straightforward but effective iPhone / iPod Touch math apps for older kids. From regular column addition to dividing fractions, these apps are great for teaching math to the middle years and for giving them plenty of practice with their basic operations.
(h/t @rmbyrne) “Sqworl is a web application that provides a clean and simple way to visually bookmark multiple URLs.”
Corkboard: Classroom Collaboration
(via @ktenkely) “Just type in the web address: http://corboard.me and it automatically creates a unique url for your corkboard. Click to add a sticky note on the corkboard. Give students or other teachers the unique url so that they can add a sticky note. Easy! Sticky notes can be as big or small as you like. Click and hold down on a sticky note to move it around the corkboard.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.