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Dean Mantz

Bright ideas - 21 views

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    Site developed in Australia provides a wealth of Web 2.0 tools, integration ideas, and tutorials for successful engagement.
Dean Mantz

Langwitches Blog » Assessment of Learning via Skype - 12 views

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    @Langwitches provides graphic illustrations of her handouts, guidelines, and pre/during/post processes
Dean Mantz

Tech Learning TL Advisor Blog and Ed Tech Ticker Blogs from TL Blog Staff - TechLearnin... - 11 views

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    Technology and Learning provides list of Top 10 sites to create digital art.
Jennifer Dorman

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"
Victoria G

Sci-fi/Medical Blog for Learning Microbiology and other Clinical Topics - 1 views

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    "NerdcoreLearning.com (NCL) is an innovative site for learning clinical topics. It is not just medical information, however; having an enthusiasm for other topics is not uncommon among medically passionate folk. The site launched just this year. The creators, Dr. Arun Mathews and Dr. Francis Kong have combined their love of sci-fi and medicine and infused it into the site"
Jennifer Dorman

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. "
Rob Jacklin

Attention and distraction - elearnspace - 0 views

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    Designing Choreographies for the "New Economy of Attention" is an interesting discussion of attention and distraction. You may not agree with their core argument - that we need to choreograph technologies that are under the control of learners (such as back channels) in a manner similar to how we organize more traditional classroom components - but the approach of blocking software and banning mobiles/laptops in classrooms is simply not sustainable. Today's reality of connectedness is dramatically different from what existed even ten years ago. Banning is at best a short term solution that will isolate and agitate the very group education is expected to serve. The battle for control of information and interaction has already been won by "the individual". Organizations, governments, and universities that have not yet recognized this may continue to limp along for a while…but their current stance is not tenable.
Jennifer Dorman

ScribbleLive | Liveblog live blogging - 0 views

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    Live blogging tool with Facebook, Twitter integration, lots of useful tools.
Jennifer Dorman

NewsHour Extra | PBS - 0 views

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    News for students and resources for teachers (grades 7-12)
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