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Cool Tools
Guided Learning


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Blogger

A blog can be a useful tool for guiding learning because
it is a web log that displays the most recent information at the]
top of the page. Students can take advantage of the comments
feature without logging in.

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Google Document

A simple one page document can be published, providing
links, directions and more. Use tables to improve the look and
layout of your documents.

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Google Presentation

Create a published step-by-step series of guided learning activities
for students to follow. Consider using a *screencasting tool to
provide video directions, upload it to YouTube, then quickly insert
the video into your presentation.

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JogTheWeb

This tool provides a step-by-step platform with a small place
for directions on top of live webpages. Students won't get lost
when following a guided lesson using this tool.

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Scoop.it

Use this tool to curate, collect and publish content a page of
related content for sharing

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Wikispaces

This tool provides a place to post an assignment and allows
users to create their own workspace. Use templates to provide
students with guidelines, examples and links to resources on
their own pages.

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*ScreenCast-o-Matic

Create video tutorials from your desktop to demonstrate how to
perform specific computer-related tasks. Encourage students to
take advantage of the pause button when learning.

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