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Deborah Baillesderr

Today's Featured Discussions | Youth Voices - 15 views

    Youth Voices is a vibrant home for young writers seeking an authentic audience and a space to publish writing across a wide range of genres. The site is essentially a social network, so students can easily align their interests and make meaningful connections with other young writers. Students touch on issues ranging from the environment and politics to personal narrative stories and video gaming. Some students also add multimedia components like video.
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Tioki - Be Seen. Be Heard. Be Connected. - 49 views

    Social network just for educators that claims to be like LinkedIn, but with the pieces LinkedIn is missing for education.
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4 Educational Social Networks You're Not Yet Using - Edudemic - 106 views

    "We've heard about Learnist, Lore, Edmodo, and the many other educational social networks. But what else is out there? If you're an early adopter or simply like being the 'cool' teacher in the lounge … then make sure you know about these relatively new offerings."
Jane Trotter

Caine's Arcade - YouTube - 1 views

    A 9 year old boy who built an elaborate cardboard arcade in his dad's used auto parts store is about to have the best day of his life. Help Caine's Scholarship Fund:
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SMART Board Revolution - A Revolution in Education - 121 views

    Extensive site for educators and users of SMART Boards. Currently over 10,000 members. A little something for everyone.
Angela Wilson

100 Tips, Tools, and Resources for Teaching Students About Social Media | Teaching Degr... - 103 views

    social networking in education
Donna Baumbach

Ednovo - 13 views

    gooru search and teach search and study resources for any topic "learning is social"
Mark Woolley

Powerful Personal Learning Networks PLN - 94 views

    A great presentation on building powerful Personal Learning Networks. Includes some ideas on diigo, twitter, blogging, rss and nings
Wayne Basinger

Social-Networking Sites Draw Teens In | Edutopia - 0 views

  • Social-Networking
    • Wayne Basinger
      This is clearly the main topic of the article.
  • "Teens gather in networked public spaces to negotiate identity, gossip, support one another, jockey for status, collaborate, share information, flirt, joke, and goof around,"
    • Wayne Basinger
      This is the list of things that students do at the sites.
  • Teens
    • Wayne Basinger
      This is the age group the article will discuss.
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  • To the uninitiated, however, the photos, videos, and cryptic comments that kids post on their personal pages often appear as impenetrable as a tenth grader's cluttered locker. Because schools tend to block access to social-networking sites, many educators have a tough time harnessing their potential as a teaching tool and modeling appropriate networking-site behaviors.
    • Wayne Basinger
      Blocking of the sites makes it difficult for teachers to use it effectively.
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