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PocketMod: The Free Recyclable Personal Organizer - 85 views

shared by eva harvell on 18 Feb 10 - Cached
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    You can a paper pda! The ideas on how to use this are endless!!!
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Read free books online | Books in library - 90 views

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    Hi, I've created 6 digital books on web 2.0/21st Century tools and am in the process to turning them into "real" ones. \nDavid Kapuler\nLibrarian / Technology/ Media Specialist\nvia Edutopia Groups\n
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Jackson Pollock by Miltos Manetas, original design by Stamen, press any key to s - 17 views

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    After you click on "enter jack pollock", start moving your mouse. To change colors just click on the left mouse button.
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Know Your States - 63 views

shared by eva harvell on 26 Jan 10 - Cached
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    try to identify where each state is located
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IXL Math - 72 views

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4Teachers : Main Page - 7 views

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    4Teachers Family of Tools include -- rubistar, trackstar, think tank, etc
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ISTE Classroom Observation Tool - 0 views

shared by eva harvell on 11 May 09 - Cached
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Learning A-Z Open House Signup Calendar - 0 views

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    You can access Learning A-Z for free during Teacher Appreciation Week.
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Earth Science - 2 views

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    The investigations and visualizations on this site were designed to accompany Earth Science, a high school textbook authored by Spaulding and Namowitz and published by McDougal Littell. The Web site was developed by TERC, a non-profit educational research and development firm in collaboration with McDougal Littell. Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation.
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Cell phones get top marks in class -- dailypress.com - 1 views

  • four out of five teenagers carry cell phones
  • We spent a lot of time talking about their digital footprint and that what they do can be tracked
  • One of the most common uses is to turn the phone into a response tool similar to clickers used with other software programs. Instead of punching a button to answer a question, students text the answer and send it to a central polling Web site the teacher projects onto a screen. Some of the sites allow students to compare answers, similar to a poll or survey.
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  • Teachers said participation is up and discipline problems are down in classes using cell phones.
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