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Teacher Resources: Quizinator for Teachers, Instructors, and HomeSchoolers

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Written by Hunter   
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 00:00

Quizinator

Quizinator is a free online application designed to help teachers and instructors create, manage, store, and print their educational documents.

Quizinator allows teachers to easily create a resource library of questions and answers, and group them by subject, category, levels and difficulty. Users can quickly create ad hoc worksheets, study sheets, handouts, exams, and quizzes, which they can print at any time, with or without answer keys, right from their browser. Images can be added to questions, and mathematical and chemical formulas and graphs can be easily inserted.

Since Quizinator is a centralized, online repository for all documents and their resource components, everything is kept in one place. Any changes to the library instantly update all documents that contain them. It's easy to make different versions of an exam. With Quizinator's drag and drop sorting capabilities, users can reorder questions and even their answers in a few seconds.

Users can create public links to any document making them available to anyone outside Quizinator, and can post them into any personal website, such as a blog, teacher webpage or Moodle account. By using public links, users don’t have to download files from Quizinator and upload them anywhere else. Additionally, public links are kept current since they always point to the newest version of the document.

For additional information, visit them: http://www.quizinator.com

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 20:05
 

Physics4kids

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Written by Hunter   
Sunday, 14 December 2008 22:00

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"Physics4kids" is yet another website of the "4kids" family. It presents physics concept in a language that most students at the end of elementary school will be able to understand. There are quizzes throughout the website as the student get acquainted with the concepts to test their knowledge. The site presents the concept of motion including simple movements and complex movements, forces, acceleration, mass, lever, vectors, the three laws of motion, instantaneous velocity, transfer of energy and work. Even as an adult, if all of this is just a big nightmare of your past when you were in high school, you can relax and read through it. You will realize that it is not that bad.

Other topics covered include : thermodynamics (energy transfer, expansion, heat, temperatures, first and second laws of thermodynamics, enthalpy and entropy), optics (electromagnetic radiation, visible light, light structure, reflection, refraction, lenses and lasers), electricity and magnetism (charges, conductors, electric fields, magnetic fields, current, resistance, Faraday's law, Coulomb's law, magnet and AC/DC power) and modern physics (nuclear physics, quantum physics, radioactivity, fission, fusion and reactors).

 

Cosmos4kids

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Sunday, 14 December 2008 21:58

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"Cosmos4kids" is part of the same series than the site I presented yesterday : Chem4kids. It is a great introduction to space and astronomy with a language that most students at the end of elementary school should understand. The website design is appealing and subjects covered by this website include :the origins of the universe, gravity, the vacuum of space and electromagnetic radiations. The site also talks about galaxies and stars, including the Milky Way, constellations, black holes and clusters. Students will also get information about the solar system and all the planets that are part of it and other solar system details such as the solar wind, the heliosphere, the heliopause, the asteroid belt, asteroids, the Kuiper Belt, Comets and moons. There is also a technology component that includes spacecrafts, probes and satellites used to explore the universe.

 

Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut

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Friday, 29 October 2010 00:00

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‘Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut’, an educational project by ESA and its international partners, will leave the launch pad in January. To help children prepare for climbing aboard, a new website with exercises, activities, information and much more went live last week.

Check it out at:

http://www.esa.int/esaHS/SEMNZKYOBFG_index_0.html

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 20:05
 

Annual “You’ve Been Boo’d” Campaign – Free, Printable Halloween Fun from Carson-Dellosa

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Sunday, 31 October 2010 22:18

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Annual “You’ve Been Boo’d” Campaign – Free, Printable Halloween Fun from Carson-Dellosa

Be the first teacher at your school to start the annual Boo-ing tradition this Halloween with Carson-Dellosa’s printer friendly “You’ve Been Boo’d” Ghost PDF. Boo-ing is totally fun and best of all, our Boo-ing Ghost and easy instructions are free! Just log on to www.carsondellosa.com/boo or visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CarsonDellosa.

Boo-ing is a fun way to spread the Halloween spirit. Carson-Dellosa has created a special “You’ve Been Boo’d!” Ghost for teachers so you can have your own secret Halloween fun!

HOW TO BOO:
It’s a fun little game that’s easy to do. You could make someone’s day and share a treat, too!

1. Log on to www.carsondellosa.com/boo and print out two copies of the “You’ve Been Boo’d!” Ghost PDF or visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CarsonDellosa.
2. Prepare two Halloween goodie bags filled with treats.
3. Secretly leave the “You’ve Been Boo’d” Ghost and a bag of treats for two teachers in your school.
4. Pass this posting on to your teacher friends at other schools.
The “You’ve Been Boo’d Ghost” PDF will be available through October 31st.

Last Updated on Sunday, 31 October 2010 22:26
 
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