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Nigel Coutts

Sharing our Puzzles of Practice - The Learner's Way - 19 views

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    Einstein is often quoted as having said "If I have an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes." Clearly Einstein understood how to attack puzzling problems. As teachers we face a host of puzzles on a daily basis. Every student we teach, thanks to their idiosyncrasies presents a unique puzzle. The interactions between students further complicates things. Our goals for our learners, their learning needs, the demands of the curriculum, pressures from beyond the classroom all result in puzzles for us to manage and to solve.
Glenn Hervieux

27 Padlet "Best of Education" walls - examples - 83 views

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    Good examples of how Padlet walls can be used to curate and share resources.
Nigel Coutts

Tools for sharing thinking - The Learner's Way - 61 views

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    Fortunately there are a number of free tools that do these things and they are available for use on any technology platform as they require nothing more than access to the internet. Recently Eric Sheninger used a set of these tools to give his audience at the Hawker Brownlow Conference on Thinking and Learning in Melbourne a voice.
Glenn Hervieux

Sharing a Folder in Google Drive | Teacher Tech - 67 views

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    Well thought out, step by step instructions on how to share folders in Google Drive. Thanks to Alice Keeler, Google Guru...great for using with both Ss & Ts.
Martin Burrett

Reach Out and Teach - 19 views

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    Blog post about how more educators can share ideas and resources online and the tools with which to do it.
Thieme Hennis

Fall 2013: The Headless ds106 Syllabus - 24 views

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    the headless MOOC about digital storytelling. interesting (and experimental) setup that relies on volunteers to fill in the course syllabus and content (partially then)
Glenn Hervieux

Obvious to you. Amazing to others. on Vimeo - 54 views

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    Fantastic video on the power of how what we share with others can be more impacting than we think....after all, they may not seem special to us, but the idea may inspire something in someone else.  I wonder if that's how our peers and students feel, too.
Mark Gleeson

AirServer - 30 Apple TVs for the price of One (and instant sharing and engagement in th... - 5 views

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    Multi-view. This is the 'game changer' ( ugh! I swore I'd never use that cliched buzzword but…). The biggest difference between Apple TV (0nly one screen at a time) and AirServer is the fact that you can mirror multiple iDevice screens on the computer/iWB/TV screen at the same time. nstead of waiting for control of the whiteboard pen, students and teachers can just project their iPad screen straight onto the larger screen. No longer do we have to wait for the teacher of student to finish writing on the board and then getting out of the way so we can actually see it. The work that is done on the iPad screen can be instantly shared without wasting time reproducing it on the iWB. Time saved, time used more productively. This has so many possibilities in the classroom.
Michael Sheehan

Learning Never Stops: PicMark - Brand your pictures before sharing them - 71 views

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    PicMark is great for teachers to share class pictures on their class web page or with students in projects.
psmiley

Learnist | Share what you know - 2 views

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    Everybody knows enough about some topic - be it English, science, yoga or bourbon - to teach other people about it. And every topic is covered by content scattered around the Web. The idea behind a new site called Learnist is to give everybody a spot to teach through curation. The site, which is also available as an app for iPhone and iPad, features user-created lessons that bring together Web pages, videos, Google Books e-books and other items on a specific topic. At the moment, only a relatively small group of people approved by the site - including some teachers - can create these "learnings," but anyone can check them out.

    Read more: http://techland.time.com/2012/09/18/50-best-websites-2012/#ixzz2KnPnZqks
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    Everybody knows enough about some topic to teach other people about it. And every topic is covered by content scattered around the Web. The idea behind a new site called Learnist is to give everybody a spot to teach through curation. The site, which is also available as an app for iPhone and iPad, features user-created lessons that bring together Web pages, videos, Google Books e-books and other items on a specific topic. At the moment, only a relatively small group of people approved by the site - including some teachers - can create these "learnings," but anyone can check them out.
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    Curation
turpenns

Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: 4 Easy Ways to Host Video for Sharing via Edmodo - 29 views

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    edmodo
Wayne Holly

Vialogues : Meaningful discussions around video - 128 views

shared by Wayne Holly on 20 Jan 13 - No Cached
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    Similar to Voicethread, however it has more features to help guide/scaffold discussions around media content. You can embed these discussions into a CMS or blog page as well.
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    Vialogues (which derives from "video dialogues") is an online discussion platform that permits videos to act as powerful teaching resources and the conversation starters. It provides a space for users to hold meaningful, dynamic time-stamped discussions about videos.

    Excellent resource for educators and others interested in using popular culture resources of all sorts as conversation starters with students...
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    Creating Short Flipped Lessons.
Michelle Kassorla

Jing, screenshot and screencast software from TechSmith - 35 views

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    Use Jing to... Take Screenshots: Capture an image of what you see on your computer screen Record Screencasts: Record up to 5 minutes of onscreen video Collaborate: Jing's older siblings - Snagit and Camtasia - are great for editing and enhanced sharing View Features " Looking for Jing Pro?
Steve Gall

CanvasDropr™ | Beta - 4 views

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    "For more efficient projects, teams and meetings. Collaborate directly in your browser. Supports 20+ filetypes. Draw, annotate and edit with partners, co-workers or friends. All changes happen real-time on all screens. "
Steve Gall

Jumpshare - Transfer files quickly and view them online - 2 views

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    The fastest way to share and view 200+ file formats online!
Matt Jorgensen

Free mind map library - Biggerplate mind maps and mind map templates - 82 views

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    HUGE online library of existing mind maps.  Some famous names here.  you can add your own as well.
Steve Gall

Maral.ly - 51 views

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    This is an amazing site which allows multiple users to collaborate in real time on a multimedia canvas. You can add documents, embedded websites, audio, video, images and more by uploading them or grabbing them from the web. Then just click and drag your content into place. You can invite others to collaborate on your creation and then share or embed on your site. Creativity never looked so simple.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
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    Yes this was recently reviewed in a class for teaching ELL's with technology and we discussed the classroom capabilities (NEIU Chicago). It has a lot of potential and many graphic and style to chose from. On this note it was felt by the reviewers of the tool that it would be best used for older students. To have teacher control, the teacher should start each mural and give the group the link so that the teacher can monitor what is being developed by the students. The teacher should have control over the group and monitor content. I would like to see more suggestions regarding this tool.
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    Visual project planning
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