Teaching Resources

Vaynerchuk, G. (12 May 2017.). BCG Digital Ventures Gary Vaynerchuk Talk | New York City 2017. YouTube. Retrieved from

Rheingold, H. (26 Jul. 2012.). Professor Alec Couros: ‘The Connected Teacher’ – DML Central. DML Central. Retrieved from https://dmlcentral.net/professor-alec-couros-the-connected-teacher/

James, J. (n.d.). Australian Educational Twitter Hashtag chats. Google Docs. Retrieved from https://docs.google.com/a/dialogiclearning.com/spreadsheets/d/1ETVR7zYXKRsFIEWYMqvwDMzaB1UIS61SD i6ao7MUwr4/edit?usp=embed_facebook

Hinton, J. (n.d.). The Teacher’s Guide To Twitter | Edudemic. Edudemic.com. Retrieved from http://www.edudemic.com/guides/guide-to-twitter/



Free biology lessons .


Science videos.

Supporting ESL students

12 Ways to Support ESL Students in the Mainstream Classroom


By playing 3rd World Farmer students develop an understanding of the realities of work in the third world





Using Google Drive

( http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2013/04/use-shared-google-drive-folders-to.html ) or Evernote ( https://docs.google.com/document/d/1viaA5ZIvgEUtMhHvT-Oexrla8dfJRKBIkP_2J63kTZc/edit

How to blog with wordpress
Click on link below

3D Projects

SketchUp – A desktop application from Google that allows teachers or students to create and share stunning 3D models from coffee pots to skyscrapers (free)


Tumblr – A simplified blogging platform that allows you to share anything online. Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos, from your browser, desktop, email, or phone (free)

Wikispaces – Educators are given a free 2 GB to develop wikis for their classes. Members can create, edit or contribute to pages making it a great collaborative tool. (free for teachers)

WordPress – A blogging platform and content management system. You can set up your own blog using a variety of templates and choose from hundreds of features as you need them. (free)

Instructional Videos and Video Sharing

TeacherTubeYouTube but for educational purposes. This site is moderated so content is suitable for students. (free)

Youtube/edu – The world most popular online video sharing website sorted to show only videos from education institutions like universities and colleges.

Video Editing Tools

Animoto – Creates a quality slideshow from your uploaded photos and videos (free education license available)

Camstudio – A desktop application that allows you to record your computer screen (free)

DotSUb – Upload a video and create your own subtitles. Good for language learners. (free)

Jaycut – A free online video editor (free)

KickYoutube -Allows you to download and save youtube videos in a variety of formats (free)

Masher – An online video editor that allows users to create by mixing together video clips, music tracks, and photos from their own uploads or from their large resource library (free)

Pixorial – Upload, edit, convert and organise video files (free for a basic account only)

Stupeflix – Use templates to make creative online videos by combining your images, videos and audio (free basic account)


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