Monthly Archives: June 2016

Hints about Print – ReadWriteThink

This online tool from ReadWriteThink may be designed for primary students, but it doesn’t hurt to go back to basics to build on your core research skills. Hints about Print demonstrates the process of evaluating a nonfiction print resource to determine its appropriateness for a research project. Source: Hints about Print – ReadWriteThink

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Amazon Storybuilder

This is a free screenwriting tool to assist you in building note-cards and stories for movies or television. You can arrange your note-cards on a virtual story-board while you decide upon sequence and develop narrative. You can also add notes, images and tags to help to build layers into your characters and story. This tool is cloud based, so it

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VideoNot.es

In support of our Guided Inquiry approach to learning at Faith, we would like to encourage you to explore tools for different stages of the Guided Inquiry process. VideoNot.es, a free web tool for taking notes synchronised with the video you are watching, is a fantastic tool to assist you in the IMMERSE and EXPLORE stages of your inquiry (even

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