apoth0r (5th October 2010)
The links are not on the 'in school only' part of the website so I guess I am OK to reproduce it here.
Link 1: Know IT All for Secondary Schools - Toolkit: Selection of useful KS3 eSafety resources.
Link 2: ICT | Secondary | Teachers TV: Series of interesting KS3 ICT projects you may wish to conduct in your school.
Link 3: Imagination Cubed: A useful site for designing, planning and collaborative learning
Link 4: AT&T Labs Natural Voices® Text-to-Speech Demo: Useful voice to text tool. May be useful for your less confident learners.
Link 5: Atomic Learning: Useful series of animated demonstrations of a range of ICT skills. Some useful demonstrations for teacher CPD also.
Link 6: Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds: Great resource for summarising important text. Could be used as part of a starter or plenary activity.
Link 7: ReviseICT.co.uk - interactive revision materials to help learn ICT: Range of interactive activities that could be used to re-enforce ICT knowledge with young people.
Link 8: Community ICT KS3: Teacher created Wiki with a range of KS3 ICT teaching resources included.
Link 9: TES ICT Resource Bank: Large selection of ICT resources shared amongst teachers nationally.
Link 10: Teacher Resource Exchange: Online database similar to TES ICT resource bank with a range of KS3 ICT teaching resources.
Link 11: Google Squared: Great site for categorising information. Possibly for access to large data sets.
Link 12: Futurelab - Resources - Multimedia - Free online tools: Great selection of freely available web tools that could be useful for a range of different types of learning.
Link 13: Interactive Graphic Organizer: Series of graphic organisers useful for re-enforcing knowledge.
Link 14: scribus.net | Scribus Open Source Desktop Publishing: Alternative open source desktop publishing application.
Link 15: Top 10 tools to create digital books: Range of e-book creation tools.
Link 16: Channel 4 Learning - Clipbank - Home: This is an extensive digital library of educational clips, selected from over 800 hours of programmes. Available across seven secondary core curriculum areas: Design and Technology, Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages (French, German and Spanish) and Science, each library contains around 250 one to five minute clips.
Link 17: Free Stuff - Educational Technology - ICT in Education: Interesting book about some potential classroom projects using ICT.
Link 18: Communicating information - Using sound: Using sound – How you could use sound with KS3.
Link 19: ICT: Models and modelling
I have made some amendments to the list as some of the URLs as given were out of date and some may already have been covered on Edugeek so sorry for any duplication.
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