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Dimitris Tzouris

Audioboo - Record and upload audio - 32 views

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    Record and upload audio.
Steve Ransom

35 Great Social Media Infographics | pamorama - 41 views

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    Amazing resource of infographics here!!
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."
Caroline Roche

Digitally Speaking / Voicethread - 32 views

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    Excellent wiki about using Voicethread
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.
Steve Ransom

ReadWriteThink: Lesson Plan: Using Microblogging and Social Networking to Explore Chara... - 6 views

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    Students use microblogging and social networking sites to trace the development of characters and examine writing style while reading a novel of manners such as Jane Austen's Emma.
anonymous

Twitter...It's not just what's for breakfast... - 16 views

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    "I can remember a particular English Teacher who used one of those terms in just about every sentence to us. "I have to provide you '21st Century Skills' or else you won't be prepared for college or the 'real world." Being a Senior, close to graduation, I didn't really want to know or even care about, what she was talking about; I just wanted out!"
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    Trying to explain to people what Twitter is and more and more what it is not. And in education it is especially hard trying to convince Superintendents, School Boards, administrators and others that Twitter is a viable place for learning about real-time events and a place where educators can take part in some really meaningful professional development.
yc c

Posterous - The place to post everything. Just email us. Dead simple blog by email. - 1 views

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    Posterous lets you post things online fast using email. You email us at post@posterous.com and we reply instantly with your new posterous blog. If you can use email, you can have your own website to share thoughts and media with friends, family and the world. What can I send to posterous? You can attach any type of file and we'll post it along with the text of your email. We'll do smarter things for photos, MP3's, documents and video (both links AND files). Here's just a sample of what we support. What do you do when I attach photos to an email? If you attach one photo (of any size, even direct from your camera!), we'll resize it to a web-friendly size and post it. If you attach more than one photo in the same message, we automatically create a good looking image gallery like this one:
Carol VanHook

21st C Literacy Ave Home - 0 views

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    On my blog, mostly geared towards educational thoughts, reflections, and motivations, I am showing examples of mixing various web2.0 tools together. During the summer, I have a form that the reader can complete on summer reading interests. Each Monday, I hope to post a summary of what those participating have shared from around the world. And then, of course comments are welcomed. Thus, this is a real connecting use of the Internet, offering lots of participation and engaging thoughts!
Samantha Morra

SimplyBox - Think Inside the Box - 0 views

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    Bookmarking tool which creates an easy, pictoral representation of websites which can be navigated by non-readers and easily accessed by teachers and students. The most visual free service to Capture, Organize, and Share anything you find on the web. Simple, yet powerful, collaboration around the content YOU find!
Danny Nicholson

33 Ways to use blogs in your classroom and in the educational setting - 0 views

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    33 Ways to use blogs in your classroom and in the educational setting
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