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Dean Mantz

The Innovative Educator: The 5 Cs to Developing Your Personal Learning Network - 19 views

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    Nice collection of resources for each of the 5 C's for developing your PLN/PLC.
Dean Mantz

Blue Jeans Network - 16 views

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    Connect Skype with folks using Polycom type devices for a multi-platform video conference.
LUCIAN DUMA

How we can join DISCOVERY EDUCATION NETWORK if we aren't from USA ? - 0 views

I want to join http://community.discoveryeducation.com/ but I am from Romania . How I can join ? http://www.luciandumateachweb20.eu/ ; https://about.me/web20education

https:__about.me_web20education DEN social_networking web_2.0 DISCOVERY EDUCATION NETWORK

started by LUCIAN DUMA on 02 Feb 11 no follow-up yet
Dean Mantz

DEN Blog Network » Summer School 2010 - 14 views

    • Dean Mantz
       
      This is the site for Summer School 2010
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    Please be sure to participate in a Back to School week webinar or catch those missed via the archives.
Madison Allen

Best content in Discovery Educator Network | Diigo - Groups - 6 views

  • 15 Schools Using Flipped Classrooms Right Now | Edudemic
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    DEN
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    This group is for educators to aggregate content from Discovery Educator Network events, institutes, conference presentations, webinars, blogs, and workshops.
Dean Mantz

National Lab Day - 12 views

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    An initiative to build local communities of support that will foster ongoing collaborations among volunteers, students and educators. Volunteers, university students, scientists, engineers, other STEM professionals and, more broadly, members of the community are working together with educators and students to bring discovery-based science experiences to students in grades K-12. When an educator posts a project, our system will help them get the resources needed to bring that project to fruition.
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    An initiative to build local communities of support that will foster ongoing collaborations among volunteers, students and educators. Volunteers, university students, scientists, engineers, other STEM professionals and, more broadly, members of the community are working together with educators and students to bring discovery-based science experiences to students in grades K-12. When an educator posts a project, our system will help them get the resources needed to bring that project to fruition.
Clif Mims

Whyville! - 18 views

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    "Whyville is a virtual world geared for teen and pre-teen girls and boys. Whyville's millions of registered "citizens" come from all over to learn, create, and have fun together. Whyville is their world. Whyville has places to go, things to do, and of course, people to see. Whyville has its own newspaper, its own Senators, its own beach, museum, City Hall and town square, its own suburbia, and even its own economy - citizens earn "clams" by playing educational games. And much, much, much more!"
David Hilton

High School History Student Network - 11 views

Most of us are aware of the power of social networking for teachers to improve their knowledge, gain ideas and make connections with other like-minded educators from around the world. I believe thi...

my history network education technology social_networking classroom learning

started by David Hilton on 20 Oct 09 no follow-up yet
David Hilton

H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online - 12 views

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    Set of discussion boards on the humanities and social sciences.
Randy Rodgers

Twitter Friends Network Browser - 0 views

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    Simple visualization tool for Twitter networks.
Rob Jacklin

Social Collider - 0 views

  • This experiment explores these possibilities by starting with messages on the microblogging-platform Twitter. One can search for usernames or topics, which are tracked through time and visualized much like the way a particle collider draws pictures of subatomic matter. Posts that didn't resonate with anyone just connect to the next item in the stream. The ones that did, however, spin off and horizontally link to users or topics who relate to them, either directly or in terms of their content.
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    interesting tool. Haven't quite figured out how to interpret the visual yet though :-)
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    This experiment explores these possibilities by starting with messages on the microblogging-platform Twitter. One can search for usernames or topics, which are tracked through time and visualized much like the way a particle collider draws pictures of subatomic matter. Posts that didn't resonate with anyone just connect to the next item in the stream. The ones that did, however, spin off and horizontally link to users or topics who relate to them, either directly or in terms of their content.
Sheri Edwards

Creating a Social Networkon Ning - 0 views

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    How to create a professional learning network on ning by a armstrong
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    How to ning - create a professional learning network on ning
Jennifer Dorman

The 5 Stages Of Twitter Acceptance. Where are YOU at? | Blog of Mr. Tweet - 0 views

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    This is a guest posting by Rohit Bhargava (@rohitbhargava), as part of our ongoing efforts to bring insightful content to users. Rohit wrote the award
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