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Tim Yocum

Ask the Mediatrician - 0 views

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    Children and Media/Technology
Bryan Lee

The Reading Workshop - Blog Comment Rubric - 0 views

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    This would be a rubric for an extended blog post, not a microblog back-channel session.
Bryan Lee

Svpply - Bookmarklet apps like Instapaper, Svpply, and... - 0 views

    • Bryan Lee
       
      With our ability to insulate ourselves through choosing only certain information to surround us, it reinforces the need for teachers in guiding students to more fully critique information, it's source, and bias.  I disagree with it in a sense.  "This transformation" CAN - not necessarily will - force us to rethink; but it can just as easily lead us to create whatever truth we have already written for ourselves by surrounding ourselves with cherry-picked information that supports our conclusions.
  • "Bookmarklet apps like Instapaper, Svpply, and Readability are pointing us toward a future in which content is no longer entrenched in websites, but floats in orbit around users. This transformation of our relationship with content will force us to rethink existing reputation, distribution, and monetization models—and all for the better."

    Orbital Content by Cameron Koczoon

Scott Thomas

Web 2.0 Guru - Tools By Subject - 0 views

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    Lists of Web 2.0 Tools sorted by subject area
Bryan Lee

educational-origami - home - 2 views

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    All I can say right now is wow.
Bryan Lee

Googlios: Next Generation E-Portfolios at the University of Notre Dame - 0 views

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    This stemmed from something Scott shared the other day. Googlios are a portfolio system from Google apps that augment what a website can do. Simply as a matter of presentation, I like the voiceover capability, as I do the mindmap at the start ala Prezi.
Bryan Lee

Personal Learning Enivornment / WebDesk / Web Dashboard - G. Alex Ambrose - 1 views

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    I've never seen one done quite like this.  It would be a neat addition to the wiki, perhaps a group one.  It does what Diigo does, along with many other sites, but this seems laid out very conveniently.
Tim Yocum

Technology helps make language click for students - The Denver Post - 0 views

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    The kids in Cari Roberts' freshman English class at Aurora Central High School read novels, essays and nonfiction material - just like generations of students before them. But here, they're just as likely to find their subject matter on the Internet as the printed page, as likely to tap compositions and critiques into a netbook - or, in one student's case, an iPhone - as commit them by pencil to a notebook.
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