Creating your FREE website!

Ever thought about creating your own class website? Have an innovative project you would like your students to share online? What about creating student e-portfolios?Check out these 6 FREE Website builders, complete with templates and how-to videos and guidelines.
#1 Snap Pages
#2 Weebly
#3 Web
#4 Webnode
#5 Yola
#6 Wix (Flash)Let your creativity inspire you!


My lessons just haven’t been the same since I found out about this great computer screen recording tool, Screencast-o-matic:

This tool is really easy to use!

You can save or upload your video into YouTube, you can embed your video into your webpage, blog or wiki and share with your students and other teachers.

Check out some of the PowerPoint presentations my students created and shared with their classmates, using screencast-o-matic.

Not only can your student record their presentations, but teachers can record their lessons for student to refer back to them later on!

Ever have students constantly asking questions about how to do something on the computers? By providing your students with a step by step video, they can watch it as many times as they need to in order to understand what they need to do!

Any online teachers out there??? What a great tool for students to use to be able to share their projects with peers in their virtual classroom.

Ready, set, record!

Supporting Bloom’s Taxonomy in a Digital World

On October 6th, 2011, I participated in an amazing Webinar, offered by SimpleK12, that shared a lot of very useful tools for our classroom.

I hope you find these applications useful as they are also very well organized for each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Blooms chart (New Version)

  • Creating
  • Evaluating
  • Analysing
  • Applying
  • Understanding
  • Remembering

Knowledge and Rembering

Comprehension and Understanding

Application and Applying


Evaluate (Formerly the top)


Links from the webinar:

If your interested, check out : for their upcoming FREE webinars!