Wallwisher is an online tool that combines brainstorming, sticky notes and a notice board all into one. An online application (no downloading required), Wallwisher provides you with a space to create your own virtual wall where users can attach their own notes. Notes can contain text, images, video, links etc. Wall wisher is a fantastic tool for collaborating on topics and can be accessed by your class via the internet.
You can control the posts and the people that see them, whilst setting topics. Wall wisher is a great tool for collating a variety of class views on a topic and then displaying them via an iwb in class – students can remain anonymous if they wish.
Free to use and easy to get started on, wallwisher is definitely worth a visit.
A mix of free demos and purchasable packages, Ceebot is a range of activities focusing on the basics of programming. Using the movement of robots, Ceebot teaches and tests users on their basic programming skills (Ceebot provides easy to use explanations).
Dipity provides you and your students with all you need to create the best interactive timelines. Web based, Dipity combines a visually stunning time line setup with the ability to bring in links to YouTube videos, social networking sites, blogs, Google maps etc..