|Image of of my blog, made in Tagxedo.|
Scoop.It: A networking and bookmarking tool -- seemed like Pinterest for teachers.
Twitter: I already have an account and you can follow me @rockyroer
iEar: list of teacher reviewed apps for education.
Storybird: Website for making story books, which was very easy to pull in beautiful artwork
Fodey: Website for making student written news articles appear newsarticle-y.
Wordle: Create artwork from chunks of text, by frequency of word
Tagxedo: Similar to wordle, but you can use different shapes of words.
Voki: a website that can read text outloud, in many different voices, and languages.
Lulu: A self-publisher. Send your student work here and they can print off their own books and have it shipped to their house. Others can buy it too if you make it public. Imagine someone in another state or country wanting a copy of your short stories or poems? Or a grandparent who wants something special for Christmas?
Cafepress: Create your own ... T shirt? Coffee Mug? Purse? You name it! Imagine making your first graders painting off your fridge and keeping it forever on a plate?
Lure of the Labrynth: A game that teaches algebra skills -- apparently quite involved
Isle of Tune: A web game where users make cartoon maps, but as cars travel around and pass trees, houses, etc, music is played. Very impressive version that plays Don't Stop Believing
iCivics: Many different games related to civics, government, and economics.