As I reflect upon the last year in terms of educational technology and the impact it continues to have on student learning and achievement, I thought I would compile a list of my favorite web tools—those that have transformed reading, writing, critical thinking, collaborating and creating in my classroom.
Check out my 2012 collection of “Cool Tools” by hovering over the Thinglink image shown below.
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Use the “Cool Tools” mentioned above to prepare students for success in a society that is ever-changing, global and most importantly, digital.
For additonal information about Thinglink—my most favorite web tool of 2012, check out a variety of classroom integration suggestions listed on my Educate with Thinglink post and/or review Interesting Ways to Use Thinglink in the Classroom—an excellent resource packed full of ideas.