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TimeToast

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 Using Timetoast

 Teacher Tool

Teacher Accounts Only:

Tool is either unavailable for student access or requires PII beyond directory level to create accounts. Teachers may create their own accounts for instructional purposes.

Grades: N/A

   

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This information last checked: 10/21/2016

 

 

 

Getting Started 

 

Timetoast is a place for teachers to create and share timelines on the web. You can create historical timelines of important events, or build a timeline of your vacation. It's all up to you and your imagination.  Students should not create an account in Timetoast.

 

Learning How 

 

Download an illustrated users guide for TimeToast

 

Follow the tutorial to sign up for an account and create your first timeline

Ideas for Use

 

  • have students summarize each event on a timeline you create 
  • utilize TimeToast to help organize schedules for the upcoming week, month, or even year 
  • chronicle a character's progression through a novel
  • show the evolution of musical instruments, music, art, etc
  • help students visualize progressions of scientific theory
  • create a timeline of historical events
  • create a biographical timeline for a famous person
  • have students get creative and predict what their own timeline will look like in 50 years 

 

 

 
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition

Provide multiple means of

Representation (Content)

A digital timeline summarizing the events of a historical event.   
   

Provide multiple means of

Action and Expression (Product)

   
 
 

Provide multiple means of

Engagement (Process)

     
 

 

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