Are you dropping?

Are you dropping?

Super easy to follow guide for using Dropbox. I find that I am using this more and more. I use it to share files with other people that are too large to email and also for back up. There are some advanced features in here as well. Just takes a few minutes to read and it was definitely worthwhile.
http://www.makeuseof.com/pages/download-using-the-magic-pocket-a-dropbox-guide

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Memorizing Facts

To help students create flashcards or question and answer sets use http://www.quizlet.com or http://www.studyblue.com.  Both sites are free and there are pre-made flashcards ready to go on these sites.  A student or teacher can also create their own flashcards or Q & A.  

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What Stuck With You Today?

What Stuck With You Today?

Give students a post it note to place on door on their way out. Variation of the ticket out the door.

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Twitter Door

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Create a Twitter door.   Make a laminated strip for every student to do an update status.  Give students a couple minutes to share about something they learned, liked or happened during school that day. 

Print What You Like

http://www.printwhatyoulike.com

This is probably one of the websites that I use the most.  This website enables the user to print a website without all the junk on the sides.  It can also condense the page.  Saves me a lot of ink at home.

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Flip Text

I’m not exactly sure how you might use this in the classroom but it sure is fun.  Who doesn’t love upside down text?

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www.slader.com

Believe it or not, this site gives you all the answers to math and science textbooks. Check out the video.

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