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Julie Golden

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Carla Shinn

How to Save the Humanities With Just a Few Clicks - 24 views

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    Expanding Our Wikiverse Save the books. And the film reels. The photos, the manuscripts, the letters, the maps. These artifacts that fill our libraries threaten to sink into oblivion. But the good news? You can save them.
anonymous

Blooms Digital Web Tools - 13 views

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    A vast collection of web 2.0 tools that have been aligned to Bloom's Taxonomy. Additionally there are descriptions and tips on how to use the resource within a classroom. The toolbar on the left guides the user to additional links such as gaming, apps, free resources.
anisadedej

100 Free tools for instructional design - 104 views

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    Its in ITALIAN and the "translator" doesnt translate. Very helpful!
Amy Molitor

cooltoolsforschools - Mapping Tools - 94 views

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    Web 2.0 wiki list categorized
psmiley

Classroom 2.0 Book on Scribd - 4 views

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    Classroom resources
onepulledthread

Teach the Web (MOOC) - 3 views

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    Laura Hilliger blog zythepsary.com here discusses the mozilla Teach the web" MOOC to start may 2.
    content to include:
    Introduction to Webmaker is all about community, openness and collaboration.
    Remix and Contextualize is all about putting web literacy skills into other types of learning plans.
    Do and Share is about experimenting with collaborative, participatory learning spaces and using the online community to improve your practice.
    Within each topic are 3 subtopics - Those are the themes we'll be focusing on weekly. 9 themes, 9 week MOOC - nice how that worked out, don't cha think? For each theme, we'll be MAKING things to explore ideas because, you know, you learn lots when you make. We'll have a chance to look at each other's makes, give feedback, and hack on ideas throughout the 9 weeks.




    There will be several ways to follow along. Here's what we're thinking for communication channels:




    Sign up to the webmaker.org/teach list to participate
    Keep your eye on hivenyc.org/teachtheweb
    Submit your blog for aggregation
    Join G+ Webmaker Community
    Use #teachtheweb on Twitter
    Bookmark the Big Blue Button link for May 2nd, 23rd, and June 13th, 4pm UTC
    Check the calendar for Twitter chats and Big Blue Button sessions
Margaret Moore-Taylor

Explore the Constitution - National Constitution Center - 39 views

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    The Constitution Center offers a free interactive U.S. Constitution with lesson plans, activities, games, videos, and historical documents. Students can explore the Constitution by article, amendment, or specific issue
Lisa Francine

School Library Monthly - Student Inquiry and Web 2.0 - 54 views

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    "The Stripling Inquiry Model has six phases; however, it's not a linear process but rather a recursive one in which the learner might revisit a previous stage to ask additional questions or organize information, as the need arises. Each phase involves critical thinking skills that empower young people to learn on their own and develop the thinking skills to be independent, lifelong learners. The phases are as follows:

    Connect: observe, experience, connect a subject to self and previous knowledge
    Wonder: predict, develop questions and hypotheses
    Investigate: find and evaluate information to answer questions, test hypotheses
    Construct: draw conclusions, arrive at new understandings
    Express: apply understandings to a new context, share learning with others
    Reflect: examine one's own learning and ask new questions (Stripling 2003, 8).
    Technology and, in particular, Web 2.0 tools and services can be used throughout the inquiry process to support the appropriate thinking skills. The key is to focus on student learning, not the Web 2.0 technology. The focus is on the phase(s) of inquiry at which students are concentrating and deciding which technology tool can best support the thinking processes and instructional strategies of that phase of inquiry. This increases the effectiveness of both the learning experience and the use of technology. An outline of the inquiry phases aligned with Web 2.0 technology tools and instructional strategies can be seen in Figure 2."
Michelle Kassorla

Interactive Web 2.0 Bloom's Triangle - 199 views

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    Bloom's Pyramid Interactive - a collection of Web 2.0 tool links arranged in a Bloom's triangle. Excellent reference in a very small space.
Tanya Hudson

Norwood High School | PowerIT | Tech Tools - 137 views

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    A great list of tech resources!
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    Some of these are a little out of date, but it is a fabulous resource! WOW! Someone spent a good deal of time putting this together!
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    A collection of links to online educational resources. This is a high school site, but many of the tools linked here would be appropriate for elementary/middle, too!
T. Dennis

Sketchometry - 134 views

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    Geometry by sketches - Intuitive mathematics software for tablets, desktop computers, and whiteboards.
J. perry

Alternative to poster projects - Glogster - 6 views

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    Gloster - on-line poster
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