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ESM's Technology Toolbox
ESM's Technology Toolbox
Pages and Files
Clipart, Images, Animations, etc.
Comic Strip Generators
The Common Core and Tech Integration
Digital Poster Boards and Scrapbooks
Digital Storytelling and Video Editing
Google Apps for Education (GAFE)
Hour of Code
ipads and itouches
Links for Lesson Plan Development
Microsoft Office 2013
Music & Sounds
QR Codes in the Classroom
Test Generators, Online Flash Cards, and Rubric Makers
TechPusher Wenner's TechVids
Teaching with Technology Blog (tips and tricks)
Add "All Pages"
Download and Keep any Video from YouTube!!
Downloading YouTube videos using keepvid website.pdf
Ensemble Video: Easy-to-Use Web Based Video Management Tool
Ensemble Video Web Publishing.pdf
Video Library Links:
Videos and interactives across curriculums.
BOCES' Media Connect
~NBC News Archives on Demand ~Discovery Education Streaming Video
~DVDs and VHS...delivered to your building
~Audio Files from Soundzabound
~Copies of historical documents (NY Times Articles, Speeches, etc.)
Over 3,100 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history.
Nothing but Math (Basic, Algebra, Trig, Geometry Calculus) and videos by text book (only 1st Chapters of each are free).
The Media Burn Independent Video Archive
Rare documentary footage, unique historical perspectives and thought provoking issues, videos can help teachers to stimulate class discussion and critical thinking around such topics as historical US and World events, American Culture, issues of race, the role of media in a democratic society and much more.
Educational videos, lessons, interactives, digital images and games for the K-12 Learner. Organized by subject (Physical Scienc, Life Science, Geography, History, English, Human Body, Social Studies, Earth & Space...)
The best teacher and student created videos from around the globe
Everything from videos, documents, audio files.....safer than YouTube
Large collection of free videos to be used a lesson starters.
Free digital media service for educational use, brought to you by the New York State public broadcasting stations and their partners. You’ll find thousands of media resources, support materials, and tools for classroom lessons, individualized learning programs, and teacher professional learning communities.
Teaching Channel is a video showcase—on the Internet and TV—of inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools. They have a rapidly growing community of registered members who trade ideas and share inspiration from each other.
With the help of the Tch community, their mission is to revolutionize how teachers learn, connect, and inspire each other to improve the outcomes for all K-12 students across America.
Worthy YouTube Channels for Science
Periodic Table of Videos: All things chemistry related
The Spagler Effect: explanations of science experiments. The Spangler Effect videos explain the science of do-it-yourself experiments and how you can recreate those experiments at home or in your classroom.
Science/Math Concepts with Mr. P: Video lessons for biology, chemistry, and physics. The videos are nothing more than an instructor lecturing with a whiteboard for a few minutes which could be adequate if a student just needs a refresher on a science topic.
NASA eClips with videos organized according to grade level with playlists intended for elementary school, middle school, and high school.
Open University: Many playlists on a wide variety of topics in science. Here's one of their science
about DNA and RNA
HDTVEDU Second Best Teacher: Mathmatics and Physics Videos
Worthy YouTube Channels for Math Teachers and Students
YourTeacher.com YouTube Channel with over 1000+ Online Math Lessons
Mathademics: Math video tutorials created by qulified, and creative individuals.
Math Channel 4 Kids: Hundreds of math lessons from Pre-K through Middle. Homeschool, remedial, songs, tutoring, special needs...with great visual aides!!
Math by 5's: Math lessons/tutorial videos for pre-algebra, calculus, statistics, and more!!
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