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Lisa Winebrenner

Google Ambassadors: 45 Essential Google Links - Tell a Friend - 28 views

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    This is the same article previously titled  Google for Newbies and Advanced Internet Users. Google has many products that everyone who uses Google should be familiar with. Whether you are practicing social networking as an Internet user, through our ambassador concept or as a professional trainer through our program you will need to know Google well to share information and continue to get others involved as Googlers.
Jeff Johnson

'MindLadder' suggests the future of assessment (eschoolnews) - 0 views

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    Recent advances in technology and nearly two decades of research into how students learn have come together in a series of programs that could represent the future of assessment. Developed by researcher Mogens Jensen, these online programs reportedly can map a student's behavior, both mentally and emotionally, and then suggest a highly customized solution for growth as the student develops academically.
Jeff Johnson

Kerpoof - 0 views

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    Try drawing with SuperDoodle! Kerpoof is testing a new activity! You can be the artist in Super Doodle. Paint, choose and mix colors and more. Play in Super Doodle
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    Kerpoof is a site that provides a variety of creative tools for animation, drawing, and movie creation. Users can choose from a range of preset characters and environmental options, or they can create their own. The site offers drag-and-drop simplicity coupled with advanced animation and editing capabilities that, according to Lovely, open the platform up to a range of curricular applications.
Jeff Johnson

The Geometer's Sketchpad: Resources for Teaching and Learning - Key Curriculum Press - 0 views

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    Online Resource Center - The Sketchpad Resource Center is an extensive website maintained by the Sketchpad development group, containing tools and resources to help you make the most of this versatile software. It's also home to information about the community of Sketchpad users. You can: - Download materials for classroom activities and projects - Find links to sample sketches, reports and presentations, bibliographic materials, and other resources - Download product updates - Browse Frequently Asked Questions  - Find out about professional development opportunities - Download The Geometer's Sketchpad Workshop Guide - Download sketches, custom tools, and visualizations from the advanced sketch gallery  - Learn more about JavaSketchpad
Allison Kipta

Creative Web Tools For and By Kids / FrontPage - 0 views

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    Creative Web Tools For and By Kids is a project designed for students, ages 9 to 14, to use emerging technologies for engaging, thinking, learning, collaborating, creating, and innovating. The focus is on the use of free, open-source, or minimal cost tools, so the project can be replicated. An underlying goal is to demonstrate how advanced technological applications for enhancing learning can be implemented with only a computer and Internet access.
Rudy Garns

The President's Council on Bioethics - 0 views

shared by Rudy Garns on 25 Aug 08 - Cached
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    "Advising the President on ethical issues related to advances in biomedical science and technology"
Jeff Johnson

The SeaMonkey Project - 0 views

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    The SeaMonkey project is a community effort to develop the SeaMonkey all-in-one internet application suite (see below). Such a software suite was previously made popular by Netscape and Mozilla, and the SeaMonkey project continues to develop and deliver high-quality updates to this concept. Containing an Internet browser, email & newsgroup client, HTML editor, IRC chat and web development tools, SeaMonkey is sure to appeal to advanced users, web developers and corporate users. Under the hood, SeaMonkey uses much of the same Mozilla source code which powers such successful siblings as Firefox, Thunderbird, Camino, Sunbird and Miro. Legal backing is provided by the Mozilla Foundation.
Lisa Linn

Picnik - edit photos the easy way, online in your browser - 0 views

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    Free and easy.
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    Photo editing made fun Picnik makes your photos fabulous with easy to use yet powerful editing tools. Tweak to your heart's content, then get creative with oodles of effects, fonts, shapes, and frames. It's fast, easy, and fun. Get started now! Free! No registration required. Fix your photos in just one click Use advanced controls to fine-tune your results Crop, resize, and rotate in real-time Tons of special effects, from artsy to fun Astoundingly fast, right in your browser Awesome fonts and top-quality type tool Basketfuls of shapes from hand-picked designers Works on Mac, Windows, and Linux No download required, nothing to install All this for free! Want more? Upgrade to Picnik Premium for only $24.95 a year! Picnik works with your photos wherever they are: ...or your computer!
Professional Learning Board

Children's Books 40% - 60% Off Until Monday - 8 views

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    Books are a great gift and now is the perfect time for parents and teachers to stock up with Internet only special sale pricing discounts for their family or school. Whether you have pre-readers, beginning readers or advanced readers, you will find a broad selection of age and skill appropriate learning-based books from which to select that children love. Search for educational books (fiction, classics and non-fiction) by age, topics, Accelerated Reader, popularity and more… Stock up for your students, children, friends, relatives and classroom. Teenage boys love reading with the new Conspiracy 365 series (12 books in 12 months).
Lisa M Lane

Pipes: YouTube tags to RSS - 14 views

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    YouTube tags to RSS A building block for the more advanced YouTube filter Pipe
David Wetzel

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

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    "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."
Nedra Isenberg

Presenter Pro Mobile App | Rexi Media - Presentation Skills Training - 7 views

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    Rexi Media is proud to introduce the first Presentation Skills mobile application, called Presenter Pro. You can download it from the iTunes store. Presenter Pro features: * Advanced presentation skills techniques with eye-catching supporting graphics, audio, and video clips. * A "tip shaker" for accessing hundreds of quick presentation tips. Shake the device while viewing any of the sections for a quick tip. * A checklist feature, which enables you to store and e-mail any topic paragraph(s) you want to refer to later. * A Notes feature for writing (and e-mailing) comments and notes. Exercises to practice your skills and knowledge check quizzes to help you remember the information.
Jeff Johnson

Digital Photography Tutorials - 0 views

  • Learn how to take and edit digital photographs using visual tutorials that emphasize concept over procedure, independent of specific digital camera or lens. Topics range from basic camera tips to advanced techniques.
Danielle Klaus

Bradicon! - easily turn an image into an icon - 0 views

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    Ever wanted to turn your images or photos in to icons so you can set custom icons in your desktop or for your blog. Bradicon allows you to turn any image in to an icon quick and easily. Using the app is simple, upload an image and download the icon. The service is currently free and works well. Currently it supports Jpg, PNG and GIF formats and gives you an ICO file. The icons preserver the transparency.
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