I received this list at a teacher's meeting this week. It has some VERY cool stuff- useful for both teachers & non-teachers!
With this site you can create one link that allows your students to navigate to multiple web page links.
Wall Wisher allows you to create a wall where students can post questions and responses.
Live Binders allows you to organize your files in an online binder where you can easily organize your files.
Wordle allows you to organize terms with a visual appeal.
Screenr gives the teacher an opportunity to create screen capturing videos showing students how to complete tasks on the computer.
Similar to Screenr, Screenjelly allows you to copy your screenshots and create them into a video.
Animoto is an awesome way to create videos with pictures, video, and audio. All you have to do is upload everything you want and it randomly organizes it for you.
Voicethread is an awesome way for teachers to let students interact with their presentations. This site allows you to post PowerPoints or worksheets and have kids comment on them through voice recordings or posted text.
This site gives the teacher a chance to create a poll and link it to their students.
Using Prezi, you can create a presentation based on movement. Best for step-by-step sets.
Excellent resource for teachers in all areas that has lesson plans, videos, and more.
Great alternative to youtube that is filtered.
Great resource for teachers looking for videos and diagrams.
Once again, great place to get videos.
Howstuffworks has great handouts on how to do things as simple as tying you shoe and as complex as building an engine.
Excellent resources for teachers; videos, handouts, and tutorials.
Allows you to create online vocabulary review, quizzes, and games for students.
Download the perfect font for your handouts and install it on your computer.