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Clif Mims

Bloom's Digital Taxonomy - 0 views

    Andrew Churches' article in Techlearning
Chris Herbert

Benefits of teaching writing online - 0 views

  • Encourages contact between students and faculty
  • Offers collaborative peer review,
  • Using reply-with-quote for peer revision and exchanging documents online facilitates collaborative peer review
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  • Carrying out peer review prior to teacher intervention promotes student autonomy and encourages students to take responsibility for the review and negotiation process
  • Encourages active learning
  • from both teachers and other students
  • Places emphasis on practice and on revision and peer review for continued improvement
  • A strong focus on peer revision requires a great effort on the part of students unfamiliar with the practice but ultimately gives them a skill they will use in their professional lives
    Outlines how teaching writing online helps students and educators teach and learn.
    Online teaching and the benefits to students and teachers.
Rhondda Powling

GeoGebra - 1 views

    For math teachers, "GeoGebra is a free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for schools that joins geometry, algebra and calculus."
Telannia Norfar

Main Page - Teaching Hacks - 0 views

    Great resource on all types of information on web 2.0 uses and more
Jeff Johnson

Big Ideas - Education (David Warlick) - 0 views

    Think about the basic priority actions that might be taken by a new Department of Education that would promote shifts in education that are relevant to today´s students and their future.
Barbara Lindsey

What's Next After Web 2.0? - 0 views

  • Mark Johnson, Powerset/Microsoft Program Manager, commented that "the next era of the Web will represent greater understanding of computers." He went on to suggest that "if Web 1.0 was about Read and Web 2.0 was about Read/Write, then Web 3.0 should be about Read/Write/Understand." Specifically he said that "a computer that can understand should be able to: find us information that we care about better (e.g., smart news alerts), make intelligent recommendations for us (e.g., implicit recommendations based on our reading/surfing/buying behavior), aggregate and simplify information. . . and probably lots of other things that we haven't yet imagined, since our computers are still pretty dumb."
  • Aziz Poonawalla said "folksonomy, leveraged en masse, could render algorithmic search obsolete. you get Semantic web almost for free."
  • Education is one area ripe for Web innovation. Harley of WorldLearningTree recently submitted his suggestions on how to revolutionalize online education to Google's "Project10ToThe100" contest.
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  • Sandra Foyt is looking for a "better learning/connecting hub". She elaborates: "I want a command center where it's easy to share all kinds of digital media, while being able to chat or microblog. An all in one home base, with Twitter/Flock/Ning/Wiki/Flickr/YouTube elements."
  • Jorge Escobar said that the next era will be "Web Real World" - by which he meant "offline activities driven by web services (geoloc, mobile, niche)".
  • Two trends of the current era are the increasing internationalization of the Web and mobile products like iPhone and Android becoming more prominent. It almost goes without saying that both of these things will become more prevelant over the coming years - and indeed both depend on the other...
  • The jury is still out on whether web 2.0 has officially ended. Of course the Web is iterative and so version numbers don't really mean anything. But even so we may see more of a focus on 'real world' problems from now on and a move away from consumer apps as the primary focus.
Clif Mims

Slideshows 2.0 - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

    With "Web 2.0 tools and applications, you can bring pizzazz to your presentations like never before. Whether you're looking for an "un-slideshow" altogether or just looking to add a little kick to the boring charts and graphs in your PowerPoint, you can find something..."
Clif Mims

SynthaSite - 0 views

    The Quick & Easy Website Builder that Requires NO Technical Skills. It's FREE.
Hanna Wiszniewska

Art Historians Rejoice: Google Earth and The Prado Bring Masterpieces Up Close - Really Close - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

    It's a well-known fact that Google is working to capture high-resolution images of the landscape for its mapping products. What might come as a surprise is that they're also pursuing a similar challenge within the walls of one of the most famous museums in the world - The Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain. Now, thanks to this groundbreaking project, you can get closer to the masterpieces of The Prado than you ever imagined - using Google Earth.
Hanna Wiszniewska

Teampedia:About - Teampedia - 0 views

    The mission of Teampedia is to become the world's largest collection of resources (e.g. warmups, icebreakers, and other group facilitation and training activities) to facilitate teamwork, teambuilding, and community.
Rhondda Powling

Homework and Practice - Web 2.0 That Works: Marzano & Web 2.0 - 0 views

    A wiki to support "Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works" book...excellent resource of web 2.0 tools and how to use them in the classroom
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