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Funny Newspaper Generator with Your Own Picture - 92 views

  • Funny Newspaper Generator with Your Own Picture
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The Concord Consortium | Revolutionary digital learning for science, math and engineering - 65 views

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    The Concord Consortium is a nonprofit educational research and development organization based in Concord, Massachusetts. We create interactive materials that exploit the power of information technologies.
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Common Core & Ed Tech: Tools/Resources - 81 views

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    SOME FAVORITE TOOLS When selecting tools for students, carefully consider the following: Advertising - Be careful that if there are ads, that they are appropriate for your students.  Log-Ins - Can you set up a class login, generic login, or must all students have their own?  Be clear on what is required by the site and have that established before your students try to use it. Save/Share - Is there some feature that allows students to share their work with you and others? COPPA Compliant - Review COPPA regulations on all sites to determine if students under 13 years old should be accessing the site.
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Interactive Greek History resource - 86 views

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    Great collection of interactive Ancient Greece resources, well worth a look!!
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ShortTakes - 99 views

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    At this site, teachers have recorded short videos/screencasts demonstrating how to use various web 2.0 applications with students.  Each video is 5 minutes or less.
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Meograph - 4 Dimensional Story Telling Web 2.0 Style - 125 views

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    blogpost reviewing Meograph, a digital storytelling web tool linking maps, timelines, images/video, and narration.
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Twitter Cheat Sheet - 33 views

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    1-page cheat sheet for Twitter
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bcpslibraryinformationservices / FrontPage - 83 views

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    Great collection of resources.
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Learning, Freedom and the Web [e-Book] - 46 views

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    "How can the ideas of the open source movement help foster learning? What are the most effective ways to bring learning to everyone? How does openness help the spread of knowledge? Part exhibition catalog, part manifesto, this is a concise, fun-to-read introduction to what Mozilla is doing to support learners everywhere."
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Thinglink tutorial - 113 views

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    A short tutorial for using Thinglink from Richard Byrne's Free Technology for Teachers
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David Truss: Transformative or just flashy educational tools? - Teachers with Apps - 72 views

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    There are a couple tools out now that I see bantered around in educational circles that I just hate! And there are some pretty awesome tools out there that are being used in rather old and traditional ways, and I don't hate the tool, but I hate the use of them. Exceptions don't contradict what I'm trying to explain here, but rather prove the point that: A tool is just a tool! I can use a hammer to build a house and I can use the same hammer on a human skull. It's not the tool, but how you use it that matters.
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8 Unique Online Presentation Tools for Students| The Committed Sardine - 199 views

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    Some great tools, some unfortunately unavailable to under 13s without expensive paid accounts 
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Web 2.0 Tools - ScholasTECH Integrated Instruction - 97 views

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    Web 2.0 Tools for classrooms of all core content areas.
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