How to Automatically Subtitle and Translate Google Slides and PowerPoint Presentations

How to Automatically Subtitle and Translate Google Slides and PowerPoint Presentations

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.

Assistive Technology in the Classroom and at Home

“This section from Learn Quebec, provides information about Assistive Technology in the Classroom and at Home.”

Accessiblity Accross the Curriculum

“This section from Learn Quebec, provides information about making digital content more accessible for users.”

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.”

Apps and Websites for Improving Parent-Teacher Communication: Common Sense Media — Top Picks

“These apps and websites provide instant, practical, and regular communication tools to encourage active engagement between students, teachers, and parents.”

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. “

Learning to Code: from procedural puzzle-based games to creative programming by Romero et al.

A research article about programming.

Educational Robotics: from procedural learning to co-creative project-oriented challenges with LEGO WeDo

“Romero, M., & Dupont, Y. (2016). Educational robotics: from procedural learning to co-creative project oriented challenges with LEGO WeDo. Presented at CIDUI.”

TurtleArt

“TurtleArt lets you make images with your computer. The Turtle follows a sequence of commands. You specify the sequence by snapping together puzzle-like blocks. The blocks can tell the turtle to draw lines and arcs, draw in different colors, go to a specific place on the screen, etc.”

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