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Geoffrey Smith

Digital Dialects language learning games - 18 views

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    Digital Dialects offers a nice selection of educational games and activities for learning 55 different languages. Most of the games are designed to learn and practice the basics of each of the 55 languages listed on the Digital Dialects homepage.  Another good website for learning and practicing language basics is Literacy Center.net. Literacy Center offers games for learning and practicing French, Spanish, German, and English. The Literacy Center is a 501c non-profit with a contract from the US Department of Education.  Applications for Education The educational games and activities found on Digital Dialects and Literacy Center are great for students just beginning to learn a new language. The games provide instant feedback to students and parents so that they can monitor progress and choose a skill or set of vocabulary terms to practice. 
Dennis OConnor

YouTube - DiscoveryEd2010Web's Channel - 0 views

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    terrific video series on digital media literacy and web 2.0. Includes a 6 minute video on how too use cell phones with web 2.0 websites.  Great ideas!  Voice, Text, Polling, 
Dennis OConnor

#PleaseHelp: Learning to Write (Again) on Twitter | Digital Is ... - 16 views

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    A writing teacher's narrative about re-discovering a writers process by slowly learning Twitter.  This is a thoughtful account that may lure some who are hesitant about using twitter into giving it a try. (More than a try really, it takes some time for you too find your voice and your audience.)
Susan Oxnevad

10 Reasons to Enter the ThingLink Interactive Image Contest - 0 views

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    The ThingLink Interactive Image Contest invites students to connect audio, video, images, and text in one cohesive presentation. Students will dig deeper into content through research to present knowledge and ideas as they learn, practice and demonstrate digital literacy skills in image creation, selection, content curation, creativity, tagging and sharing.
Susan Oxnevad

24 Multimedia Tools That Support The Common Core - Edudemic - 0 views

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    Students can construct deep knowledge about a topic as they engage in building a multimedia project. If used effectively, a well designed student-driven learning experience can take the place of traditional methods of teaching content. Use of digital tools can provide students with flexible learning paths to meet their unique learning styles.
Ninja Essays

Best Writing Resources for Students - College Aftermath - 0 views

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    As any other student, you are surely facing difficulties with academic writing.
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