Monday, March 26, 2012
Although I am a huge fan of Google products, I always try to instill in my students that there are other search sites that may help them faster, and better than doing a Google Search. I often direct them to a list of resources I have found useful to my students (click here to see the list). InstaGrok is new on my list and I am really excited to show my students.
InstaGrok finds age-appropriate multimedia content via mind maps, video, images, quizzes and more. Teachers can follow student's searches and collaborate with the student via a journal or even use the search page as an introduction to a unit using a projector in your classroom. Registration is free and InstaGrok is free to use!
Watch this quick video for an overview of InstaGrok and click here to read a brochure on InstaGrok. Sign up for a free account to check out all that InstaGrok has to offer.