Noisli is a free, online web tool that provides access to soothing background sounds to help you focus. Sounds include rain, thunderstorm, wind, and forest, and between these four sounds you can mix and match the volumes to create your perfect soundscape. Whether it's to relax a rowdy classroom into a quiet reading space, or … Continue reading Noisli: Free Productivity Sounds For The Classroom
I stumbled across Weavly the other day and was astonished by the simplicity and creativity it allowed. It is fun, fast, and requires no downloading or uploading of files. Plus, the interface is simple and user-friendly, as you can see from the screenshot below: Best of all - it's very easy to use! Just search … Continue reading Weavly: Create Mashup Videos With Ease!
If you missed it earlier, I created a list of technology tools aligned with Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. Because that list was overwhelmingly overloaded with info, I'm breaking it down by intelligence. Earlier this week I posted 17 tools for visual/spatial learners, and today, I'm sharing with you fantastic tech tools for musical … Continue reading 8 Tech Tools for Musical Learners
As part of my role as technology resource specialist, I spend a lot of time researching tools that will serve specific teachers at my school. I began with the teacher closest in proximity to my own office: the choir/a cappella teacher. As I was researching new and exciting resources, I came across a fun music … Continue reading Incredibox: Online Beatboxing!