Wednesday, December 05, 2007

XML Education: Free interactive resources for educators

XML Education is a website that offers free resources for teachers that can be adapted for a variety of learning situations. The website was developed by an English in the UK who has an interest in how technology can support teaching and learning. According to information from the website,

"...the resources you will see allow teachers to adapt and update them using an XML file. This file can be opened and edited with Microsoft Word. It is incredibly easy to open a file, type your new data, and then save the new file. These Word files will work with any of the resources and are easy to edit, save and share. Teachers can then share their questions sets with others in the forum."

An example of a resource that works well on an interactive whiteboard or touch-screen display is "Word Magnets"

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