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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Trevor Cunningham

Trevor Cunningham

Common Mythconceptions - World's Most Contagious Falsehoods | Information Is Beautiful - 92 views

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    Another dash of wonderful from the folks at Information is Beautiful
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graphite | The best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula rated for learning - 83 views

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    From the folks at Common Sense Media
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Rewordify.com | Understand what you read - 22 views

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    Decreases the reading levels of articles from various online publications.
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Teach Templates - Mozilla Webmaker - 87 views

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    Community-oriented web design skills development site from the folks at Mozilla.
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Lesson Plan for Analog Robotics Activity - 61 views

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    All ages, Hour of Code activity.
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Plickers - Clickers, Simplified - 79 views

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    Student polling and formative assessment system for a one-device classroom.
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James Kimbley: Editey - HTML, CSS and Javascript Editor For Google Drive - 3 views

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    "+Google+" Develop websites collaboratively in Google Drive.
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Talentbuddy - 2 views

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    Learn/Troubleshoot coding. Good resource for budding programmers.
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A Diagrammatical Dissertation on Opening Lines of Notable Novels - 43 views

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    Great poster!
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Google+ Communities - Where I'm At | - 3 views

  • My #1 rule to make a community work is that I no longer accept e-mails unless it is a personal issue. Instead all communication outside of class goes to the community. Questions from students become conversations and this is where the real learning happens. Communication has greatly improved in my class, especially for my ESL and shyer students.
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      Excellent point, email only addresses questions unilaterally. While appropriate for personal issues, email is a terrible blended learning tool.
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8 Powerful Extensions to Use on Google Spreadsheet ~ Educational Technology and Mobile ... - 6 views

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    I cannot get enough of the new add-on features in Google Docs and Spreadsheets. Granted, they are just re-engineered scripts from the gallery, but this feature how now made them so much easier to find and configure. If you're not excited by this, you're not using GAFE!
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International EdTech K-12 - Community - Google+ - 50 views

  • This is a K-12 education community with a target audience of teachers, tech integration specialists, coaches, educational technology leaders, and lovers of learning from around the world. It is in recognition of the growing global inter-connectedness of educators in independent and municipal K-12 schools, and offers an opportunity for all to grow their craft through this professional network.
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      Google+ community hoping to build a global cohort of people passionate about EdTech.
  • This is a K-12 education community with a target audience of teachers, tech integration specialists, coaches, educational technology leaders, and lovers of learning from around the world. It is in recognition of the growing global inter-connectedness of educators in independent and municipal K-12 schools, and offers an opportunity for all to grow their craft through this professional network.
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David Rumsey Historical Map Collection in Google Earth! - 79 views

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    View historical maps as Google Earth overlays. Great now/then material for History!
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Google Lat Long: Create your own Street View - 82 views

  • Have you ever tried to convey the feeling of walking through your favorite park? Or have you wanted to create an interactive tour of a memorable journey? Well, starting today, it's now possible for you to build your own Street View experiences to do just that. Using a new feature in our Views community, you can easily connect your photo spheres to create 360º virtual tours of the places you love, then share them with the world on Google Maps.
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