A second edition of lists that have flittered through my twitter (which isn’t really as racy as it sounds!). And, again, I haven’t had a chance to work my way through all of these, but I have high hopes to do so now that it’s “vacation” and I have all kinds of “time on my hands”…
Please peruse and use!!
How to Effectively Listen on Twitter: Ok, this one isn’t so much a list of different things as it is tips presented in list form…still good enough to make The List List Part Deux!
PurposeGames: Another disclaimer here…technically this is a whole site where you can both play and create educational games, but the games are then kept in lists… ;). Either way…looks good!!
7 Habits of Highly Effective Twitterers: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Twitterers written by a “Social Media Strategist” … (I didn’t even know that was a job!)
9 Free Tools for E-Learning: Like above…pretty much what it says…9 Free Tools for E-Learning 😉
50+ Google and Yahoo Search Shortcuts: Again…self-explanatory yet quite helpful!
Word Play: A huge list of sites that feature fun with words. It’s a monster…but at least they’re all in one place!!
10 Awesome Flash-Animated Interactive Websites: There are 1o…topics ranging from science, social studies, health, music, writing, and more!
8 Habits of Highly-Effective 21st Century Teachers: Thank goodness for these descriptive and straight-forward titles! This one from Interface Magazine
30 Twitter Tips for Teachers: You got it…30 tips…for teachers…in regard to the use of Twitter
Teacher Clicks: Twitter in the Classroom: Now stick with me here…this is a list of lists and article about how and why to use Twitter (in the classroom ;).
Keyboarding Games: This is a gi-nor-mous list of games just for practicing keyboarding skills!
ICT Mindtools: ICT tools that engage users in higher order thinking
8 Tips for Super Searching: How to search and get what you want when you want it!
Amazon’s 25 Software Bestsellers and Their Free Equivalents: Haven’t looked through all yet, but am totally psyched about this one!! (Just Say “No!” … to Microsoft that is)
100 Terrific Productivity Tools: This one claims to be for the “bored or unemployed,” but I feel fairly certain there’s gotta be something there for everyone!
(Most of the above came courtesy of Diana Dell, one of my favorite follows on Twitter! Thanks, Diana!!)