Code Along! TurtleArt
Recording of the Code Along webinar hosted by the RECIT Provincial Service for the Anglophone Community on December 5, 2023! This recording is just under 1 hour, where we introduced educators to TurtleArt block coding platform in a slow, collaborative fashion. The intention of this webinar and recording is to inspire educators in integrating Edtech into their classrooms.
Code Along! TurtleArt Presentation
Accompanying presentation slides of the Code Along webinar hosted by the RECIT Provincial Service for the Anglophone Community! This recording is just under 1 hour, where introduced educators to TurtleArt block coding platform in a slow, collaborative fashion. The intention of this webinar and recording is to inspire educators in integrating Edtech into their classrooms.
Finding Usable Images Poster
A poster created by the RÉCIT National Service for the Anglophone community highlighting various websites that students and teachers can use to find public domain and Creative Commons images. Some websites focus on vectors, icons and photographs.
Beyond the Slideshow: Google Slides Activities for all Subjects – by Eric Curts
Table of Contents
🧰 General Resources
✋ Manipulatives / Drag and Drop Activities
🎞️ Stop Motion Animation
🖼️ Photo Words
🔊 Class Soundboards
👍 Tier List Activity
🌳 Non-Linear / Branching Slideshows
🍐 Interactive Slides with Pear Deck
✍️ Collaborative Writing and Feedback
🎬 Video Mashups
📚 Storybooks and eBooks
💭 Comic Strips
📰 Digital Newsletters
An online tool to “design absolutely anything, from logos and social media content to documents, prints and more. Tons of free templates, photos, etc”. A great way to create presentations and videos too!
Teachers can register for a FREE educator’s account using their SB ID. If your school board does not issue id’s, blacked-out pay stubs also work for registration.
Micro:bit 101: Getting Started with Microcontrollers
New to Micro: bit? Check out this comprehensive course for teachers and students alike. It contains capsules, how-to instructions, extension activities, and more!
This site was created by the Provincial RÊCIT Service for the Anglophone Community.
Classroom-Friendly Websites and Apps for Making Comics: Common Sense Media — Top Picks
“Use these great creation tools to help students learn cartooning and sequencing fundamentals, or just express themselves and demonstrate learning. Teachers might also create comics to put a fun, accessible spin on content, whether it’s a set of visual classrooms norms or a cheeky hook to kick-start a lesson.”
CAST UDL Book Builder
“CAST UDL Book Builder is a free online tool that lets kids create, publish, share, and read digital books. The tool is designed around Universal Design for Learning (UDL), an educational framework meant to support diverse learning needs. Books can include a range of visual, audio, and interactive supports for readers. “
The Best Free Apps and Websites for Learning: Common Sense Media
“Whether you just got new tablets, Chromebooks, or computers — or you’re just looking to fill some curricular gaps — it can be pricey to connect students with quality content. That’s why we’ve hand-curated these awesome free apps and websites that get high marks from our editors for engagement and pedagogy. “