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Fred Delventhal

Teach Collaborative Revision with Google Docs - 3 views

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    Revision is a critical piece of the writing process-and of your classroom curriculum. Now, Google Docs has partnered with Weekly Reader's Writing for Teens magazine to help you teach it in a meaningful and practical way.

    The sharing features of Google Docs enable you and your students to decide exactly who can access and edit documents. You'll find that Google Docs helps promote group work and peer editing skills, and that it helps to fulfill the stated goal of The National Council of Teachers of English, which espouses writing as a process and encourages multiple revisions and peer editing.

    On this page, you will find several reproducible PDF articles from Writing magazine filled with student-friendly tips and techniques for revision. You'll also find a teacher's guide that provides you with ideas for how to use these materials with Google Docs to create innovative lesson plans about revision for your classroom.
Fred Delventhal

Web Browser for Kids - KidRocket™ - PC Desktop Protection - 0 views

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    # New Email for Kids with Art/eCard attachments
    # New Time Lock for limiting a childs time on the computer.
    # New updated browser navigation (thumbnail GUI) and graphics.
    # New Kidrocket.org websites. (Public & KidSafe)
    # New online games and puzzles.
    # Now Vista compatible. (Windows 98, 2000, XP, MCE, Vista)
    # Updated kidsafe website list. view approved websites
    # Now provides vocal prompts and confirmations, for alerts and various security related operations. - It Talks!
Fred Delventhal

KidZui for Firefox - Free software downloads and reviews - CNET Download.com - 0 views

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    Expand your kids online experience with KidZui, the Internet for Kids. KidZui is a Firefox add-on that with one click turns Firefox into a kid-safe environment with over a million kid-friendly websites, games, pictures, and YouTube videos. Real parents and teachers review content for KidZui so your kids can surf independently. Kids build avatars to express themselves online. They earn points for exploration and discovery. They can tag content and share it with parent-approved friends. When locked down, KidZui prevents kids from closing the browser, downloading files, or opening other applications. This is a great way to let your kids independently explore on Firefox without worrying about them using the adult Internet, or accidentally deleting important files.
Fred Delventhal

KidZui, The Internet For Kids - 0 views

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    Give Kids Discovery.
    The Internet for Kids!

    A Web Browser, Search Engine &
    Social Network Just for Them.
Heather Hurley

Internet Safety - 0 views

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    Sussex County Internet Safety Information Resource Page.
Heather Hurley

Copyright & Fair Use in Teaching Resources - 0 views

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    Center for Social Media at American University
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