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Fred Delventhal

Google World Wonders Project - 18 views

Cerese Godfrey

Cerese's Conversations - Cerese Godfrey [CereseG] on Plurk - 0 views

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  • cfox2saysalong the bottom there is a plurk lottery where
  • g_teachasksGingerTPLC to check her PPsKathsaysgood evening all. Just got home from Baker class. 24 students in class this evening. Lots of questio
  • CereseGhatesto think of going to work the rest of this year. I am so tire of this upheavals!!...111/11StacysaysSo, if you're 15 and you cry, you can get through to the male judges?...51/11Stacysaysshould I shovel now or wait until tomorrow?...12g_teachsaysdownloaded a chess app for my iPod4bknittlewonderswhich of my plurk pals will be heading to EduCon....2McTeach Seriously, I absolutely hate leaving a meeting feeling that angry at how MY time is of no value to administrators!...1elainejsaysday was mtgs from start to now. Yikes! Need to go to the groc then home to take something for my throat....Godtessshareshave you seen My Blackberry is not Working? ...3Amy Cordova I am tired!1/11Stacysayscheck it out: contracts negotiated, proposals written - now wait on 6 boards to approve or deny, 15 others are onboard!...9angiemc99askswhen something has to go in your day...what do you drop? (Due to lack of time)
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Duane Sharrock

2 | When The Internet Is Your Brain: - 8 views

    In H+: The Digital Series, a post-apocalyptic techno-thriller that debuts today from producer Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects, X2, House), a consumer device that allows people to stay connected 24-hours a day directly results in the demise of one-third of the Earth's population. That's a scary vision for any epoch, but perhaps especially one currently salivating at the prospect of new iThings. The culprit in H+, which is shorthand for a real-world movement called transhumanism, is a wonder chip that we implant in our brains, thereby eliminating the need to hunch over physical electronics forever. But the price paid for this technological leap is a steep--when a global virus strikes the implants, the system failure is fatal.
Joseph Alvarado

Kno - The Kno - 23 views

    In case you haven't heard of this new Tablet check it out!!! It looks like it will give the ipad a run for it's money. I wonder if it runs on flash though. Their target market is educators.
jodi tompkins

Roller Coaster Simulation |Funderstanding - 10 views

    "This simulator is designed for people who want to design their own thrilling coaster and educators who want to use a cool activity to simulate the application of physics by using an exciting interactive tool and access to a wonderful reference source."
Jonathan Wylie

The Benefits of Google Apps for Education in Schools - 20 views

    With so many schools adopting Google Apps for Education, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about. This article explores exactly what you can look forward to if your school or district decides to 'go Google'.
Jim Farmer

Gigapan - 0 views

    GigaPan is the newest development of the Global Connection Project, which aims to help us meet our neighbors across the globe, and learn about our planet itself. GigaPan will help bring distant communities and peoples together through images that have so much detail that they are, themselves, the objects of exploration, discovery and wonder.
Jeff Johnson

Speaking Out: Using Synchronous Tools in the Class - 0 views

    Ever wondered how you could use live voice and text tools in your classroom or for professional development?
Jenn Cronk

Social Media Today | The 9 Types Of "Social Media Experts" - Which One Are You? - 14 views

    I wonder if I fit here
David Wetzel

How to Make Science or Math Flash Cards for an iPod like a Pro - 16 views

    "Ever wondered how to make science or math flash cards for students to use with their mobile devices? This typically comes about because finding science and math flash cards specific to a particular concept, topic area, or unit is difficult. Often when appropriate flash cards are found, they are too expensive or need modification. Technological advances have uncomplicated the process of making tailor made free flash cards for students."
Dwayne Abrahams - a non-profit web resource - 22 views

    eduTecher was created in late 2007. The website's main purpose is to help educators and schools around the world effectively integrate technology, including the wonderful tools on the vast World Wide Web, into the classroom. eduTecher provides links to thousands of Web Tools and provides concise information on how these tools may be useful in the classroom setting. The site's goal is simple: contribute to the academic world, without charging membership fees for the users or promoting specific software and hardware products through commercial advertising.
Fred Delventhal

Sharendipity - Create Rich Internet Applications without writing a single line of code - 19 views

    "Sharendipity is a web based creativity suite where anyone can build and deploy engaging and interactive web applications. Go. Build something wonderful today. "
Zaid Ali Alsagoff

University Learning = OCW + OER = FREE! - 39 views

Hi All, Just want to share an interesting OCW/OER compilation post I did the other day, which you might find useful. This post is about smashing all free University learning related OCW and OER r...

educational ocw oer open opencourseware resources

started by Zaid Ali Alsagoff on 23 Jun 08 no follow-up yet
Lisa Johnson, Ph.D.

"Toolbox or Trap? Course Management Systems and Pedagogy" - 0 views

    Perhaps it is because I just spent three days in a vortex of design in Moodle after having lived in the WebCT/Blackboard Vista 4 world for a while that I feel some affinity for this article's premise. Perhaps. Still, the issue of a forced pedagogy in the 'CMS/LMS' is a reality and I wonder... just how do faculty go beyond surviving and reach "thriving" in eLearning who have no web design or learning design "skill"? Well, something to consider.
    Full citation: Lane, L.M. (April-June 2008). Toolbox or trap? Course management systems and pedagogy. EDUCAUSE Quarterly, vol. 31(2). Available from
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