Useful Tools and Apps to Help You Assemble Your Classroom Curriculum

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July 18, 2014
Here is a list of educational tools you may not have heard of, but may be useful when assembling your classroom curriculum.

Project Gutenberg 

A library of over 45,000 free ebooks in various formats, like EPUB, Kindle, HTML, and plain text.

In this reverse image search engine, you submit an image to find where it came from, high resolution versions, and more.

Annotate videos or create slideshows of pictures and text, then share your animated lessons or digital stories.

A free GPS-aware app from Google that alerts with info you as walk near places of interest. Great for traveling!
 Students and teachers can keep a digital portfolio of photos, videos, notes and other documents with this app.

Want more? Check out these collections of tools :

AASL Best Apps for Teaching and Learning 

 This collection is  Curated by assistant professor and teacher-librarian Joyce Valenza.

This one is Curated by High School library department chair Michelle Luhtala.
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