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David Wetzel

Why Use Web 20 Tools when Teaching Science or Math? - 0 views

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    The following is a common question heard around teacher workrooms, teacher lunchrooms, faculty meetings, and science or math conferences. "Why use web 2.0 tools when teaching science or math?" The answer is both simple and complex at the same time.
David Wetzel

Using the Web 2.0 WallWisher Tool in Science Classes - 0 views

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    What is Wallwisher and why use it? Its a Web 2.0 application which allows students to express their thoughts or share information on a science concept.
Clif Mims

Tagxedo - Tag Cloud with Styles - 2 views

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    An alternative to the Wordle application - comes in cool shapes!
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    "Tagxedo turns words -- famous speeches, news articles, slogans and themes, even your love letters -- into a visually stunning tag cloud, words individually sized appropriately to highlight the frequencies of occurrence within the body of text."
David Wetzel

Integrating Technology into Project Based Learning - 0 views

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    "Integration of technology is an integral part of project based learning, because technology is an integral part of life outside the classroom as revealed in this part of the definition - "types of learning and work people do in the everyday world outside the classroom.""
Angela Christopher

ImageChef - 0 views

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    Visual Poetry Flower Text Poetry Blender Sketchpad Word Mosaic Video
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    # Visual Poetry Visual Poetry # Flower Text Flower Text # Poetry Blender Poetry Blender # Sketchpad Sketchpad # Word Mosaic Word Mosaic # Video Video
Kathleen Cercone

kwout | A brilliant way to quote - 0 views

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    A brilliant way to quote
Kathleen Cercone

Team WhiteBoarding with Twiddla - Painless Team Collaboration for the Web - 0 views

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Jeff Johnson

TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook - 1 views

  • Welcome to TiddlyWiki, a popular free MicroContent WikiWikiWeb created by JeremyRuston and a busy Community of independent developers. It's written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript to run on any modern browser without needing any ServerSide logic. It allows anyone to create personal SelfContained hypertext documents that can be posted to a WebServer, sent by email or kept on a USB thumb drive to make a WikiOnAStick. Because it doesn't need to be installed and configured it makes a great GuerillaWiki. This is revision 2.4.0 of TiddlyWiki (see recent changes), and is published under an OpenSourceLicense.
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