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Anne Bubnic

K12HSN EdZone - Protected Environment for Use of Web 2.0 Tools - 0 views

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    The California K-12 High Speed Network (K12HSN) is offering a comprehensive set of tools to support teaching and learning in California classrooms. This free suite of tools, known as edZone, was developed by the California Dept of Education and currently includes blogging, videoconference scheduling and a file sharing system where educators can upload videos, podcasts, images and documents. EdZone is an excellent tool to share lesson ideas, upload student learning objects, disseminate best practices, and more! EdZone will soon be expanded to include Instant Messaging, Moodle, Wikis, Social Networking, Moodle-an online course management system and other Web 2.0 tools to enhance today's classroom environment. Watch for these new tools in Summer 2008!
Anne Bubnic

Course: CyberSafety for Middle School - 1 views

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    Lewsisville Independent School District [Flower Mound, TX] has created this excellent Cybersafety Course for Middle School Students, using moodle. It includes a week-long curriculum with videos, web sites to explore, discussion questions and quizzes.
Rafael Ribas

Why am I fighting for Social Networking? - 0 views

  • I think the main thing is that it is user centered - not course centered.
  • Moodle are so "course" oriented" it is hard to "force" them to be something else
  • Because of the demonization of "social" networks we must use terminology that will not cause parental and administrative heart attack
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  • technology rich, pedagogic poor’ (Victorian Classroom on Steroids
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    What do you think about the term "social" networking -- I rather like the term "educational" networking.
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    This teacher is fighting for "social" networking -- I left a comment that she instead fight for "educational" networking. I think that the demonization of "social networking" by our media makes this term a death sentence for one's efforts.\n\nRead this post and see what you think.
David Donica

AD4DCSS: Online Course Development [Meetings Schedule] - 1 views

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    Information for those who want to be part of the curriculum development/course planning effort.
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