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Here are a few resources you may need in the coming months.
I wanted to put them here for easy access. 
 
 
 
Windows 8 Cheat Sheet
Valuable and handy as you move into your new laptops at HS and HT.
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Alternatives to PowerPoint
(where students use a link to turn in their project)
  
 
My blog Deeper, Different or Good to Know
 
 
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Digital Badge Request Form
 
 
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Submit a S/O (shout out)
 
 
 
 
 
Of Possible Interest: 
 
 
PD Opportunities Calendar
 or go here:
 
 
Best Twitter Chats for Teachers in 2015
 "At their worst, they’re laid-back, back-and-forth resource sharing and celebration of possibility.
At their best, twitter chats are dynamic, digital, and easily curated cells of professional connected learning.
Twitter is like reading a living, breathing magazine written by your peers
that entertains and informs you while building your capacity as an educator."
 
 
 
Google Tool Resources
This list is updated regularly, but if you find an error, please let me know.
This Google Doc has resources grouped for each of the Google Tools.
 
 
 
Chrome Extensions, Apps and Add-Ons
A list with brief descriptions and a link to the items in the Chrome Web Store. 
 
 
 
When Your Students Need Images
Photos For Class
is a website with:
Age Appropriate Images
Automatic Citation
Creative Commons 
 
 
When You Need Images 
Pixabay:
"Finding free images of high quality is a tedious task - due to copyright issues,
attribution requirements, or simply the lack of quality.
This inspired us to create Pixabay - a repository for stunning public domain pictures.
Your source for royalty free stock photos and copyright free vector graphics.
You can use any Pixabay image without attribution in digital and
printed form, even for commercial applications." 
 
The Ultimate Directory of Free Image Sources
This post has categorized their favorite sources for free images.
 
Simplify Your Search for Copyright-Free Images 
A post by TCEA on 11-11-2015


When You or Your Students Need a Photo Editing Tool
Pixlr:
Nice, quick editing tool that doesn't require a login.
Free 
Hover over the tools for it to display their function.
Layers, replace color, transform objects and
Add creative effects, overlays and borders.
 
When You or Your Students Need a Quicker, Simpler Photo Editing Tool
PicMonkey:
Quick editing that doesn't require a login.
Freemium 
Quick solution if you need to change the file type. 
 
When You or Your Students Need Inspiration on Color Choices
ColorHunt
Our palettes are being used by web designers, art directors, fashion designers, interior designers,
illustrators and many other people which are looking for some beautiful color combinations.
 
Please let me know if there is any way I can help you.
 
Go Eagles!,
Julie
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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