Posts By Aimee

  1. Blooms Taxonomy and Web 2.0

    How do you tie technology into every level of Bloom’s Taxonomy? Here is a visual of Bloom’s Taxonomy and the coinciding Web 2.0 tools http://www.usi.edu/distance/bdt.htm Now we have a tool for every step of the way!

  2. Organize Your Digital Life

    Do you like to use 3-ring binders but wish they weren’t so cumbersome? Use LiveBinders to organize the digital resources you want to keep all in the same place. http://livebinders.com/

  3. New Tool for Word Clouds

    Here is a new tool created by the makers of Wordle. Tagxedo turns words — famous speeches, news articles, slogans and themes, even your love letters — into a visually stunning tag cloud, words individually sized appropriately to highlight the frequencies of occurrence within the body of text. With Tagxedo, you can: make tag clouds […]

  4. SmartBoards and You

    Here is a great website for SmartBoard training, troubleshooting, and tips and tricks for use. http://www.rockingham.k12.va.us/resources/smartboard.htm. This site is brought to you by the Rockingham County Public Schools in the Heart of the Beautiful Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. Take a look at this helpful site and see what you can learn!

  5. Textbook Rental

    The cost to buy a textbook, even a used one, is a price that no one wants to pay. There is a website that helps to offset those high prices by allowing you to rent your textbooks. Search for your textbooks via ISBN, book title or author’s name. Request your book and then return it […]

  6. "Spark" the New You

    Starting a new year with New Year’s resolutions fresh in our minds, here is a tool for all of you who are interested in tracking your fitness, nutrition and health goals. http://www.sparkpeople.com/ This site allows you to track meals, find recipes, create workouts, set fitness goals, network with other people, read health articles and view […]

  7. Free Fonts

    Do you like to add cool fonts to your projects? Take a look at this site for free fonts for your computer. http://www.1001freefonts.com/horror-fonts.php. Download either the Mac or Windows version and add a little visual excitement to your words!