Twitter is an amazing way to discover new and interesting information. Here are links to some of the things that I have found recently:
- Design 2010 – An online exhibition celebrating the achievements of students in Design and Technology. Shared by Gareth Davies.
- Aviary Education – Aviary, who produce lots of fantastic online tools, are now offering a free service for education users. Shared by Paulo Simões.
- History Pin – A digital time machine that allows users to pin their own old photos onto modern Street View scenes. Shared by Claire Jones. Here’s a Youtube video which explains more:
- Countdown Numbers and Letters Games – Online versions of the games from the popular TV show. Shared by Danny Nicholson.
- Learn it in 5 – A powerful library of how-to videos, produced by technology teachers, for the purpose of helping teachers and students create classroom strategies for today’s 21st century’s digital classroom. Shared by Mandy Barrow.
- Sculptris – Free 3D modelling software. Could you use this in your classroom? Shared by Suki.
- Diary of an Ofsted Inspection - Michael Shepherd recalls his recent experiences with Ofsted! Shared by Simon Haughton.
- Open ClipArt Library – An archive of clip art that can be used for free by anyone. Shared byProfteresa.
- Augmented Reality – If you’ve heard what augmented reality is, but you’re not quite sure what it does, watch this Youtube video, shared by CommonCraft:
What have you found on Twitter recently?
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