I send a lot of tech resources out to my staff on a regular basis, I post these on my blog as well. Enjoy.
Some nice Web Resources.
ScribbleMaps lets you annotate and draw on top of Google maps: scribblemaps.com
Have your class create and publish their own online magazine with free Youblisher: youblisher.com
uSpeak HD - A Nice App for Learning Spanish ow.ly/eKtlk
Get a free copy of the children's iBook Wildwood by redeeming a code found at crateandbarrel.com/
IOS (iPad/iPhone) Apps
This looks like a great timer for the classroom, especially for the younger learners.
Stop Go! By Generate Learning Description: A simple to use timer in the form of a traffic light. Set whether you want it to run red-amber-green or green-amber-red, set the times in minutes and seconds and then off it goes! A bell chimes as each light changes.
Great curriculum resource and eBook framework.
I know I have mentioned the ck12 organization before, but I wanted to give it another plug. They have great free education resources that are standards-aligned and customizable. They offer great frameworks for developing your own eTextBook and more. Here is what's new with them this month.
Google Groups - Some great explanations and overviews: Customized Google Groups an overview - Part 1
Uploading a folder to your Google Drive with Drag and Drop: youtu.be/39xpupSNcV4
Conditional formatting in Google spreadsheets is a great feature, if you have not checked it out... take look! Here is Brent Catlett's (@catlett1) tutorial on it youtu.be/2ZeukEkcN_0
Did you know that you can customize your theme in Gmail? It's nice to spice things up a bit every now and then - http://bit.ly/S0GjSH
Uploading a folder to your Google Drive with Drag and Drop: http://youtu.be/39xpupSNcV4
Google tip for the Day: