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QR Treasure Hunt
Dates for Schools
Twister: Fake Tweets
SMS: Fake Conversation Generator
Harvard Citation Generator
Post-It (labelling tool)
Fruit Machine (random name picker)
Roulette Wheel (random name picker)
Plagiarizr: Plagiarism Checker
Manic Miner / Wordshoot / Cannonball
Arcade Game Generator
Input your questions and answers, get 5 quizzes at once!
Create a fictional social profile
Choose your own music to accompany it!
Create your own Google Maps Treasure Hunt
Create a fictional SMS chat
QR Treasure Hunt Generator
A fun, simple way to get students using their mobile devices to continue learning outside of lesson time
Convert a list of items into hexagons for categorisation
A random name/word picking tool
Random Name Picker
Input a name / word list, convert into a spinning wheel!
ClassTools on Facebook
Join the fanpage!
Create a fake tweet from a fictional / historical character
Create a multimedia widget based on your favourite Twitter Hashtags
Harvard Author-Date Generator
Just provide a title, author or web address!
Dustbin Game Generator
Students have to drag and drop answers into the correct 'bin'
Diamond 9 Template
Drag and Drop nine factors into an order of priority
Venn Diagram Template
Spot connections between factors, embed/save the results
Burger Diagram Template
A simple essay-planning tool
Categorise, subdivide, summarise your ideas
Create a 3D, animated, multimedia summary cube
Create a multimedia presentation in seconds!
Dates for Schools
A Google Calendar of useful dates for school assemblies, fundraisers etc
Categorise and subdivide to create a revision summary
Cover an image and slowly reveal it to the audience
Create a spring-loaded summary of an essential topic for revision
Create a simple timeline of events
Create a 'timeline with attitude'!
PostIt (Labelling Tool)
Upload, then annotate an image.
The Jigsaw template is designed to allow students to make connections between various factors in an engaging manner.
The "pieces" of the jigsaw can have text written into them. When they are dragged next to each other, they "snap" into place.
The pieces can be colour coded as appropriate.
This tool checks if an essay uses the most important key terms for a topic.
Embed a Quote, RSS or Twitter feed into your blog, website or wiki!