12 Days of "Tech"mas By, Isaac Dold

ADOBE SPARK - https://spark.adobe.com/#

In Adobe Spark, you can create close to anything you can imagine. You can make anything from an informational video, to fun page to share with your friends. It is a very useful way to help in your classes, your home life, and your friends for information. This could even be an easier and quicker way to get your christmas card out there.

Canva - https://www.canva.com/

With Canva, you can pretty much make any design with any text that you want. This internet software is even what I made my day count with. It lets you use any download from the internet as well. You can also make things for you to share, or make it public for any user to see. This is a very useful tool to use.

Study Island - https://app.studyisland.com

With study island, you can study for any of your classes topics, and choose your grade. Based off of your state's standards, and the grade or class you are in, it is a great way to study, or get extra credit. Your teachers can also set up their own classes, and assign you certain standards to work on.

Pixlr Editor - https://pixlr.com/editor/

Pixlr Editor is a simple way to Photoshop any image. If you are not familiar with the concept, it is just a way to take a photo, and do pretty much whatever you want with it. This particular Photoshop cite makes it very simple way to do Photoshop. This can easily be used in technology related projects, or you can surround a class around it, like the class I took in seventh grade called media.

connectED - https://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected

ConnectED is a very easy to use online textbook. All you need is the code to the book from your teacher or tutor, and you can go from there. The pages and questions lineup, and you can do your homework from anywhere. This also can be used for any other subject, like reading or science.

Citation Machine - https://www.citationmachine.net/

Citation machine is a quick and easy way to cite sources in many different ways. One way to use this is to make your own citation, lr let the cite do it for you. It analyzes the data of the source, and makes a citation for you. Or, if you know how to do this or can find the details on your own, you can find your own information for the citation.

WeVideo - https://www.wevideo.com/

With the program WeVideo, you can create any kind of media you want. You can place in text, music, backgrounds, and even videos you yourself made. This helps you create your own footage to show and present.

ThinkCentral - https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/

ThinkCentral is an online science textbook that you can edit and change to your liking. The reason this is different from the first online textbook, is that you can edit it in any way. This is a much looser website in my opinion.

Kahoot! - https://kahoot.it/#/

Kahoot is a fun interactive game that involves learning and scoring points. A teacher can create one of these short quizzes, and give your class a pin into your game. The questions and answers will appear in certain or random orders, and the class will have to answer the question. Whoever gets the most right in the shortest amount of time wins.

Upfront Magazine - http://upfront.scholastic.com/

This website allows your class to have access to many issues of U.S and international wide magazines. This is very helpful, in that at the end of each article, there are either questions on the topic, or there are extra knowledge tips. The magazine also helps you through the articles as needed.

Kami - https://web.kamihq.com/web/viewer.html

Kami is a software app or website, which helps you edit download items. You could add text, and colorful drawings, and add figures. It is a very simple software to use, but takes awhile to get used too.

Quizlet - https://quizlet.com

Quizlet is another easy to use software app for learning material. As you can see, teachers, and any user, can create and use little quizzes or study guides for themselves, or others. Also, there's more you can do on this site than just studying. You can play fun little mini games, that will help you study, and remember the material even more.

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