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Why We Celebrate School Successes When Education Seems to Be Going to Hell | Edutopia - 0 views

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    How we define success may vary -- building 21st-century learning skills, closing the achievement gap, reinventing the learning process. But the tonic effect of success on teachers does not change. Everywhere we go, we hear it: There is no greater reward than knowing you have enhanced a child's chances of succeeding in life.
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HootCourse: About - 12 views

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    HootCourse uses a combination of social networks and blogging platforms to provide a new type of online classroom.
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Sprred - 3 views

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    Really simple blogging platform. Sorts posts both chronologically and by media type (video, photos, links, text). Not many designs just yet, but looks great for the beginning blogger.
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EmbedArticle.com - 19 views

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    -Every embedded article contains a link back to the article source -Earn revenue displaying your ads within article embeds -All embedded articles are invisible to search engines -Reporting and control over which sites are embedding your articles"
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myVRSpot - 8 views

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    MyVRSpot is the most innovative way to connect true Web 2.0 with curriculum content, combining elements similar to the online publishing of YouTube and the personal space of Facebook.  MyVRSpot provides students with a hosted web space (webspot) to upload their videos, audio files, and pictures, all while exploring in the District's "safe backyard."  All media is controlled and monitored before going online for others to view.  This allows for students to still become those "push button" publishers without the district having to worry about inappropriate content within a multimedia sharing environment.  With MyVRSpot, students become researchers, developers, and producers of their own webspot, giving them the sense of ownership.
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Spruz Owners' Community Home - 9 views

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    A replacement site for ning.  Similar features and price structure already spelled out with a free option.  Gives code to help migrate your content from the ning or at least post a redirection link on your ning.
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Grou.ps And Grouply Welcome Ning Refugees - 19 views

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    With yesterday's news of Ning's move to eliminate free social networks on its platform, competitors are rushing to emphasize their free offerings for building a social network. Today, Grouply, a startup that's built around creating and managing online groups from Google and Yahoo Groups, is going to try to make it easy for Ning users to port their groups to Grouply's platform. And fellow competitor Grou.ps is also welcoming Ning refugees to its free social network platform as well.
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GROU.PS welcomes NING Networks - 12 views

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    GROU.PS is not just a Ning replacement. It's the best do-it-yourself social network on the market. More white label, more sense of belonging, more flexibility and more control for the group administrator and best of all.... it's free. Extra features are at affordable prices. You won't miss any of the features you were enjoying on Ning.
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Going Paperless - A Collective Brainstorm - 23 views

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    I love this idea - public Google Doc with ideas for going paperless in the classroom.
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Readability - An Arc90 Lab Experiment - 2 views

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    eliminates extraneous webpage content to make reading easier 
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    Readability is a simple tool that makes reading on the Web more enjoyable by removing the clutter around what you're reading. Follow the steps below to install Readability in your Web browser.
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WebTools4u2use - Finding the Right Tool - 25 views

  • how do you choose the right one?
  • how do you keep up with all the new and often better tools?
  • Here are some ideas...
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Kidblog.org - Blogs for Teachers and Students - 15 views

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    "Kidblog.org is designed for elementary and middle school teachers who want to provide each student with their own, unique blog. Kidblog's simple, yet powerful tools allow students to publish posts and participate in discussions within a secure classroom blogging community. Teachers maintain complete control over student blogs. "
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