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Cara Whitehead

What's New? - 3 views

    Two New Free Games!

    Just in time for the Holiday Season - two brand new games! Test-N-Teach (TNT) is our new spelling game and Read-A-Word is our first-ever reading game. Both games are available to everyone!
Dwayne Abrahams

Teachers Easy Guide to The Most Important Web Tools in Education - 29 views

Tom D'Amico

Did you know - 0 views

    A simple site with fun facts - could be used for transitioning activities or class starters
Clif Mims

LectureTools - iPad app fostering engagement in lectures - 19 views

    "LectureTools is a student response system that also allows students to take notes linked with the slides and videos presented in class, answer instructor generated questions and pose questions to the instructor. All notes, questions and activities are instantly synchronized with the LectureTools web application."
Stephanie Maturo

Everyone's a writer. NWP taught me that. | Powerful Learning Practice - 3 views

  • When was the last time you wrote with your students?
    • Ben Rimes
      Great question to ask any teacher regardless of their content or subject matter. Common Core is going to push this hard, and I'm afraid many secondary teachers are going to be hard pressed to figure this out.
  • Everyone’s a writer. NWP taught me that.
Clif Mims

Cell Phones in the Classroom Wiki - 9 views

    "More and more students have access to cell phone technology. How do "we" (educators) embrace this technology, utilize its updated cellfoneart.jpgtechnology in the classroom as well as ensure the safety of our students? Below are a variety of websites, articles, slideshares (online powerpoints) and research - all discussing cell phone use in the classroom.
    Wiki with a variety of websites, articles, slideshares (online powerpoints) and research - all discussing cell phone use in the classroom.
jodi tompkins

cooperative - collaborative definition - 0 views

    Difference between cooperative learning and collaboration.
Dean Mantz

The Beginner's Guide to 21st Century Teaching and Learning - 14 views

    Insight into successful use/integration of technology into education.
Dean Mantz

Apple Learning Interchange - iPod touch. Touching student lives in the classroom. - 6 views

    iPod Touch resources for use in the classroom.
Michael Johnson

Social Media in Learning examples - 11 views

    Examples of how social media can be used for 5 types of learning:

    IOL - Intra-Organisational Learning - how social media can be used to  keep the employees up to date and up to speed on strategic and other internal initiatives and activities
    FSL - Formal Structured Learning - how educators (teachers, trainers, learning designers) as well as students can use social media within formal education and training
    GDL - Group Directed Learning - how groups of individuals - teams, projects, study groups etc - can use social media to work and learn together (Note: a "group" could be as small as two people, so coaching and mentoring falls into this category)
    PDL - Personal Directed Learning - how individuals can use social media to organise and manage their own personal or professional learning
    ASL - Accidental & Serendipitous Learning - how individuals, by using social media, can learn without consciously realising it (aka incidental or random learning)
Raymond Lai

Penguin's Incredible Vision of Books on the iPad Doesn't Look Anything Like Books - iBo... - 0 views

    The evolution of books on the iPad combining text, images, sound, video, interactivity and augmented reality. wow.
John Mansel-Pleydell

Wolfram|Alpha: Computational Knowledge Engine - 2 views

    Look up anything
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