I am sorry Sproutster is not working for you. It is an app for iPad that is free from the iTunes store. I don't have an iPad at present to test this app so I'll have to rely on another community member to see if he/she has a solution to your problem with Sproutster.
I use Prezi.com for dozens of thing sin my classroom. It has a "blank canvas" design and this can be used to create presentations, but we have had great luck using it for brainstorming, mind-mapping, making eBooks, and so many other applications. My students love it and it is so simple to use that they pick it up within minutes.
Here are some resources on Prezi from ReadWriteThink.org:
TeacheyTeach English Conversation Feedback Creator is a great software for online English Teachers. It keeps track of the students' mistakes and aides in building feedback for the students
Has anyone ever tried Thinglink? Great site - makes everything like an interactive picture. Similar in some ways to glogster. I use it with my students both online and on their iPads! http://www.thinglink.com/
This just came across my email this morning and it reminded me of all the great resources the Cool Cat teacher shares in her blog. The latest is Infographics - a powerful new form of journalism and storytelling.
To add to the Cool Cat Teacher blog on Infographics, Kathy Shrock has provided information for using Infographics as an assessment tool - http://www.schrockguide.net/infographics-as-an-assessment.html
Hi, Marc. I have a website- careergirls.org - which targets middle school age girls by providing video of diverse women role models from STEM fields and a variety of professions sharing their career and educational journey's to inspire girls to stay on track academically - especially in math and science Here is a sample video compilation of role models in HighTech from Silicon Valley. CareerGirls Silicon Valley Role Models- Insights Compilation - YouTube
I haven't visited this discussion in quite a while, but I started using a few sites that I have to share. (Forgive me if they have already made it into the list.)
21 Things 4 Students Really nice, compact site that takes students through a variety of Web 2.0 tools, training, and knowledge of responsible use online.
Oh my word what a fabulous site. My online students and I are still discovering it together, but they are excited about the opportunity to use it for US History projects.
Rocket21.com: A safe, empowering digital resource where students link to their inspirations, learning digital citizenship while exploring life’s possibilities. Frequent competitions involving world-class experts inspire kids to give their dreams and ideas shape through written word, art, videos, photos, and music. Visit: http://www.rocket21.com
Hello! I'm in high school and college right now (dual enrolled) and I built a tool called http://www.formatically.com. Its just like www.Easybib.com in that it helps with formatting, but its also a little different because it helps format the whole paper! I really want to tell teachers and students about it so they can try it out and see if they like it as much as the students and teachers at my schools.