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Ruth Howard

Making Invisible Learning Visible | HASTAC - 0 views

    Wacko! The Knowledge Project discussed here in this forum also...
    The HASTAC Scholars fellowship program recognizes graduate and undergraduate students who are engaged in innovative work across the areas of technology, the arts, the humanities, and the social sciences. The HASTAC Scholars host regular discussion forums here featuring their own ground-breaking research and interests alongside those of leaders and innovators in the digital humanities, such as social networking pioneer Howard Rheingold, open source scholar Christopher Kelty, and Director of the Office of Digital Humanities for the National Endowment for the Humanities, Brett Bobley.
Jeff Johnson

How To: Start a Place-Based Blog (Edutopia) - 0 views

    No two places are the same, and when students create blogs that relate to their local communities, they can do so in an infinite number of ways. But taking the right initial steps to set up the place-based blog project can help you and your students focus on the content -- the local landscapes, people, or events -- instead of getting bogged down with logistics.
Joel Josephson

Chain Stories project - 0 views

    Young students, in their first year of language learning, can enjoy creative writing in their mother tongue. They then pass on their story to other schools, within a chain, for completion.
Joel Josephson

Don't Give Up - 0 views

    Motivating adult language learners to complete courses! This is a project funded by the European Community and carried out by experienced language experts from across Europe.
Sheryl A. McCoy

Wordle - CR2.0 project comments: Nov. 13-18, 2008 - 0 views

    wordle contains the most frequently used 200 words of comments on CR2.0 project to improve access to professional development.
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

Department of Energy - For Educators - 0 views

cheryl capozzoli

Project Based Learning - 1 views

    A incredible resource for building, collaborating and searching for PBL projects
Darcy Goshorn - 0 views

    Really simple: write an e-mail, and then have it sent to yourself at the specified date in the future. Use it for time capsule projects, or just for reminders. You can set it private or public, and you can even read the public ones.
    Replaces the old send-a-letter-to-your-future-self project, so no money is wasted on postage, paper, or envelopes.
Danny Nicholson

Exploring pedagogy with interactive whiteboards - 0 views

    Exploring pedagogy with interactive whiteboards: A case study of six schools
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