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Roland Gesthuizen

What Does It Mean to Be a Connected Educator? | Edutopia - 48 views

    "For many of us, becoming a connected educator transformed our lives. Suddenly, we had access to networks of experts and peers invested in improving education practices and willing to share their favorite tools, resources, and strategies. .. So share with us: Tell us your stories about being a connected educator. What has it meant for you? How has it transformed student learning in your classroom? What tools and resources do you rely on most?"
Paula Baiamonte

The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education - 2009 | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... - 116 views

  • The poll for this list — The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2009 — is located below this post, and closes on February 1, 2010. Please vote for no more than ten of the thirty-two sites listed. Please note that I’ll be listing these sites in my post from my pick from number thirty-two and ending at first place, but the poll is listed in the opposite order.
  • Number twenty: PodOmatic is an extraordinarily easy way to create a podcast. Sign-up and your class has your own channel — all you need is a computer microphone. I’m adding it to The Best Sites To Practice Speaking English.  I’m also adding it to The Best Places Where Students Can Create Online Learning/Teaching Objects For An “Authentic Audience”.
  • PinDax is a new web tool that lets you “pin” virtual “Post It” notes on a virtual bulletin board.  It’s very, very similar to a tool I like a lot called Wallwisher.  It has a lot more “bells and whistles” than Wallwisher.  That additional complexity (and I have to admit, it doesn’t seem that much more complex — it just seems to have a lot more options) doesn’t necessarily make it more attractive for classroom use.
    What, no Diigo?!
Heidi Ames

Web 2.0 That Works - home - 5 views

    "Diigo -- highlight and comment on student blogs Wikis or Google Sites -- or Voicethread-- - example: -- create space to display or share student work across classrooms, across school/district, and/or with larger school community Create interactive "Bulletin Boards" that highlight levels of work/performance Interactive work gallery/critiques Gallery of VoiceThread in Bulletin projects -"
    Twitter Hashtag: #W2TW12 Full Session Description This Classroom Instruction That Works "Cool Tools" session focuses on how we can integrate Web 2.0 tools with research-based effective instructional practices identified by Marzano's meta-research. Come explore tools that support effective instruction while making learning fun and engaging for all students.
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