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Cities:Skylines - Prepare for Disaster

With the release of the latest DLC for Cities:Skylines I now have the chance to experiment and see how my cities deal with a variety of new disasters from massive meteors to powerful thunderstorms that if not prepared for can have disastrous results. 253 more words



ThingLink allows for the annotation of images. Images can be made “hot” through the addition of files, images, text, URL. This is something I’d like to explore with my students when I get a few minutes!



FlipQuiz is a website designed to make it easy for teachers to create and display Jeopardy-style review games. To create a game just register for a free account then select “new board.” Your new board will have six columns and five rows, but you do not have to use all of the columns and rows and you can add or subtract questions at any time. 56 more words



Padlet is an online wall that allows people to share thoughts on a common topic easily. It works like a bulletin board where teachers and students can put any content (e.g. 86 more words



Plickers is a free and fun-to-use formative assessment tool for the classroom. This low-tech tool requires only one iPad (used by the teacher) and free-to-download cards for students. 51 more words


Visualizing the rhythm of food searches

@tachyeonz : One of the striking things about working with Google Trends data is the insight it gives us into search as a daily utility. When it comes to healthcare, schools, music, or travel, how we search reflects what’s going on in our lives. 30 more words


Nintendo Themed Areas Being Added to Universal Studios

Nintendo and Universal recently partnered up and we are finally hearing some news about what’s going to happen!

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