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Paul Beaufait

Create a Google Map from a Spreadsheet | Zadling - 33 views

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    This tutorial by Zachary Zawarski explains "how to create a map with custom locations that you can publish on your website" (¶1). "The greatest benefit of this tool is that current entries can be edited and new entries can be added to the map through the Google spreadsheet without having to update the map's code..." (¶2, retrieved 2011.09.07). Thanks to Denise Krebs for pointing it out, and demonstrating how to do it in a recorded RSCON3 session (Elluminate recording entitled: Where in the world? Or, adding a directory map using a spreadsheet to your wiki.  For more info., please see her blog posts: http://mrsdkrebs.edublogs.org/2011/07/28/posting-a-directory-map-at-rscon3/ http://mrsdkrebs.edublogs.org/2011/08/06/mapping-our-connections-my-rscon3-session/
Teresa Gerardi

Kidblog.org - Blogs for Teachers and Students - 29 views

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    "Kidblog.org is designed for elementary and middle school teachers who want to provide each student with their own, unique blog."
Danny Nicholson

The Whiteboard Blog - 48 views

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    Hints, tips, news and discussion about the use of Interactive Whiteboards and other technologies in the classroom.
Nedra Isenberg

Inclusive-webtools - home - 27 views

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    Using Universal Design for Learning Strategies and Technologies to include all Kids in the Classroom.
Clif Mims

ConnectSafely - 1 views

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    The forum for parents, teens, experts and more to discuss safe socializing on the fixed and mobile Web.
Nigel Ford

50 Useful Blogging Tools for Teachers - 7 views

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    Blogging is becoming more and more popular in the classroom. Teachers can blog to stay in touch with parents and students or they can incorporate blogs from all of the students as a learning tool. The beauty of the student blog is that children from Kindergarten to high school can blog. No matter how you use blogs in your classroom, these tools will help you get started, enhance your experience, or bring the students into the fun.
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    A good list of web based tools for teachers and students. It is a useful list. There are categories and an annotated description of each tool.
Scott Kinkoph

COVERITLIVE.COM - CoveritLive - second screen, live blogging, real time engagement - home - 5 views

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    CoveritLive's web based software takes your next live blog to a new level. Your commentary publishes in real time like an instant message. Our 'one-click' publishing lets you drop polls, videos, pictures, ads and audio clips as soon as they come to mi
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    1. Good tool for getting live discussion out in real time. 2. Able to post all comments via various platforms Eg. twitter.
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