Use this space to share resources for ICT integration across different subjects. This is NOT the space for computer studies and ICT specific courses.

ICT’S FOR TEACHER PRESENTATIONS
This website is useful for teachers who show youtube videos in their classroom. If the teacher only wants to show a portion of the youtube clip, this website enables them to edit or “chop” the video to the preferred parameters. It’s as simple as entering the URL to the youtube clip, select the desired start and finish time and receive the new URL. It also eliminates the advertising and comment section found on youtube site which often feature comments that are rude, inflammatory or offensive.
www.tubechop.com

  • Kidblog.org - http://kidblog.org/ (provides free blogs for teachers and students. ICT is integrated into many areas of the curriculum.)




free SFX
http://bit.ly/freesfx
This website is a provider of free, royalty-free sound effect loops. The catalog can be browsed by genre or searched by keyword tag. Users are required to register for a free account.


http://www.prometheanplanet.com/en/ Interactive whitebroad ideas for all curriculum areas and year levels. Need to regisrter but it is free.

http://prometheanoz.wikispaces.com/ go to flipcharts to share (left side) to see lessons using interactive whiteboards (lots of pirmary); to to favourite weblinks (left side) to see general website for all curriculum areas. There is a great resource here for secondary maths for teaching with eletronic whiteboards (scorll to bottom).

Google Earth across the curriculum: http://content.yudu.com/Library/A1l5al/GoogleEarthAcrossthe/resources/index.htm

Fatworld http://bit.ly/fatworld
This US resource allows learners to explore nutrition. Users can choose starting weights and health conditions and are then required to construct menus, decide what to eat and what to avoid, how to exercise, and run a restaurant business to serve the members of the community.


U.S. Department of Education website that compiles free teacher resources available from dozens of US government agencies. http://free.ed.gov/

http://theedublogger.com/2011/04/03/the-complete-educators-guide-to-using-skype-effectively-in-the-classroom/ The Complete Educator’s Guide to Using Skype effectively in the classroom

http://www.vital.ac.uk/community/course/category.php?id=170