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Keith Schoch

Video Viewing with a Purpose - 38 views

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    Embed quiz questions, surveys, and comments into videos easily, while recording scores via the teacher dashboard. Assess understanding of videos assigned.
Isabelle Jones

My Languages: ICT into Languages Conference, Southampton University, 8-9th February 2014 - 3 views

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Cara Whitehead

February: Black History Month - 1 views

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    February is Black History Month. Here's a word list to add to your lesson plans! This list can be used to play all of the games and activities on our site. http://www.spellingcity.com/view-spelling-list.html?listId=2851114
Barbara Lindsey

Craig Watkins: What Schools Are Really Blocking When They Block Social Media - 19 views

  • By blocking social media schools are also blocking the opportunity:

    1)    to teach students about the inventive and powerful ways communities around the world are using social media

    2)    for students and teachers to experience the educational potential of social media together

    3)    for students to distribute their work with the larger world

    4)    for students to reimagine their creative and civic identities in the age of networked media

LUCIAN DUMA

I wish you all a fruitful 2014 ! My 2013 #curation year in review with more than 500 #e... - 7 views

Barbara Lindsey

Technology in the Middle » Blog Archive » In the Classroom: Global Collaboration - 5 views

  • Technology also determined how the project would end. Considering I was using the internet for overseas contact, I decided to look domestically for the conclusion. As a result of just a few minutes effort using emails I found three US museums (see below) who agreed to take our class interview projects for safe keeping in their archives. I was overwhelmed by the interest in our work and was amazed when the US National WWII Museum in New Orleans asked to have us provide links and information for their website.

    In conclusion, some simple email and wiki-site contact with a handful of schools brought the WWII period to life for Midwestern students in the US like nothing else could have.

  • Poland offered vivid stories and images of invasion, concentration camps, and families torn apart, and my students were able examine perspectives that were not to be found in our text book.
  • After blanketing the world with polite requests for collaboration things began shaping up. My 6th graders were set to work with schools in Turkey, Lebanon, and Morocco. My 7th graders were set to work with schools in Germany, Denmark, Japan, the Philippines, and most importantly Junior High #4 in Poland.
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  • My students were involved in two projects. One was collecting and discussing input from around the world on WWII, and the other was interviewing someone in their own life who had a connection to the war. The combination of the two projects proved powerful. The process connected them with friends and family who told amazing stories of their youth, they were able to social network with other students on the other side of the world, and we managed to slip in a good deal of history when they were not looking.
mbarek Akaddar

Stixy: For Flexible Online Creation Collaboration and Sharing - 26 views

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    With #Stixy , start #collaborating with your friends, family, and colleagues right away http://bit.ly/dVC6zr
jodi tompkins

Send Instant Private Video Messages - Sendshots - 2 views

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    Video messages to share with friends and family privately
Mark McDonough

ForAllRubrics - Super Powered Rubrics - 41 views

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    a 21st century assessing system. create rubric (can choose CCCR standards), import student roster. click on rubric to record grade of individual student (works on an ipad, too). get class diagnostics. can share with parents. farewell, rubistar!
Cara Whitehead

Figurative Language | Articles - 10 views

  • Reinforce your students' understanding of figurative language with VocabularySpellingCity's figurative language lessons, interactive games, printable worksheets, and powerpoint presentations.
Mark McDonough

EDpuzzle - 23 views

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    Very Cool! Crop YouTube, Kahn Academy, Learn Zillion videos. Remove the sound. Add your own narration. INSERT QUESTIONS wherever you want. questions automatically graded!
    Very simple interface!
Mark McDonough

Writing with Technology - Tackk - 20 views

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    great, short list of, mostly, web-based tools for writing/storytelling from a masscue2013 workshop.

    "For grades K-6, the Common Core requires that students use technology to produce and publish writing, while interacting and collaborating. As the students age, their level of independence increases. Each of the tools that I present to you today, allows for these 4 key actions."
Cara Whitehead

Early Elementary Science Curriculum - K-2 Interactive Science Program - 7 views

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    Online, interactive, standards-based science curriculum www.science4us.com
Cara Whitehead

SpellingCity for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the iTunes App Store - 7 views

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    VocabularySpellingCity is a fun way to learn spelling and vocabulary words by playing engaging learning games using any word list. The most popular activities are Spelling TestMe, HangMouse, and our vocabulary games, available to Premium Members. The most popular word lists are Sound Alikes, Compound Words, Hunger Games and SAT Words. This is a free app!
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