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Discussing Books Online in Grades 3-12 | - 2 views

    My book trailer presentations to middle-school students have captured their attention and inspired interest in reading. However, I would eventually like to have students create their own book trailers. In addition, I would like to facilitate in-depth discussions of books online. I have used mainly PowerPoint as a presentation tool, but have tried others. When working with students, I would like to use presentation tools that foster collaboration. Personally, I would like to fine-tune my use of media so that I can publish on the internet without fear of breaking copyright laws and continue to upgrade my use of technology.
Messi karol

Earning a degree is now a mouse click away - 1 views

    What if you get all the facilities of a full fledged campus study from your home? What if you get a golden chance to advance your study? Get the details here
Bob Bradford

Landmarks Class Blogmeister - 2 views

  • Perhaps one of the most fascinating tools that has emerged from the Internet cloud in recent years is the Blog. A shortening of the term Web log, the Blog is an online publishing tool that enables people to easily publish their loves, passions, dislikes, peeves, discoveries, and insights.
  • Class Blogmeister is one of several blogging engines that have been developed specifically for classroom use. You are welcome to explore the writings of teachers and students alike.
  • Thousands of teachers have discovered the value of classroom blogging, both as an avenue for their communications, but also as a tool for giving voice to what their students are learning and how they are learning.
    BlogMeister is a blogging tool developed for teachers as an authentic publishing environment to promote the development of effective communication skills in students. Teachers establish a blogging account,which they can publish their own articles. Teachers can then set up blogging accounts for their students, which the teacher maintains publishing control.
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    Thousands of teachers have discovered the value of classroom blogging, both as an avenue for their communications, but also as a tool for giving voice to what their students are learning and how they are learning.
    This looks like a great idea for getting students to participate actively in class topics. I can see using this in my physics class.
    This looks like a great tool for getting students to actively participate in class topics.

Top 50 Science Teacher Blogs | Best Blogs by Science Teachers - 3 views

  • 50 amazing and insightful science education blogs
    Great website connecting you to several science teacher blogs. 
Bradley Chiasson

Google Custom Search - Net-Writing With Blogs - 3 views

    A first crack at what's out there to get started using blogs in a writing class.
Dennis OConnor

The Google Apps Blog - 2 views

  • Improved mobile renderingAfter we released our initial version of Google Sites automatic mobile rendering, you enabled the option for over 50,000 sites, making it clear that you’re looking for a better way to easily publish content for mobile devices.Based on what you’ve told us, we’re adding the additional behaviors to make automatic mobile rendering on Google Sites even better, including:Images and header logos automatically scale in mobile modeGadgets and text boxes have widths that fit mobile devicesPages with multi-column layouts stack columns vertically on mobile
Ann Kenady

Google Custom Search - Blogs and Wikis as Assessment Tools - 4 views

    Blogs and wikis are gaining popularity in higher education and in research. As effective tools for assessment, blogs and wikis provide unique platforms for peer to peer and instructor to peer engagement and can be used in authentic formative and summative assessment. In a similar vein, research communities are using the shared, synchronous and asynchronous platforms to collaborate on projects and transmit data. This search engine represents examples of both applications, with portals to further research.
Rosanne Ragnacci

Simple tools for digital classroom | November Learning - 0 views

  • Find a couple of tech-savvy kids in each of your classes to help
  • Don’t be afraid to fail.
    This site presents a few guidelines for using technology in the classroom, student bloging and teacher resources.
Anna Gilboy

ProTeacher! Teaching ideas and resources For Elementary School Teachers - 0 views

    • Anna Gilboy
      Many interesting teacher blogs, discussion forums, and resources.
Brenda Karls

Top 10 Web 2.0 Tools for Young Learners -- THE Journal - 0 views

  • it's about putting the power to learn and create in the hands of the students.
    A site that provides tools for young learners, putting the learning into the students' hands
Jerome VanKirk

Support Blogging! - Links to School Bloggers - 1 views

    This is a directory of education blogs on various focuses, topics and of varying quality. You may find a few of interest to you.
Jerome VanKirk

Time to check: Are you using the right blogging tool? - 0 views

    An introductory article by the "Online Journalism Review" on blogging. Good for the beginner with an interesting section on common "blogging Jargon".
Jerome VanKirk

Educational Blogging (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

    An helpful article (although dated) from Educause that describes the development and uses of blogs for educators. Helpful for the beginner wanting integrate blogging into education.
Jerome VanKirk

Edublogs will transform the way you teach, and your students learn | Edublogs - teacher... - 0 views

    For the novice such as myself interested in how blogging could be of value as an educator, is a comercial site promoting services provided to educators interested in blogging and creating a personal home page of the web. This site provides information about edublog, its features and how it could be used to support and enhance what you do as an educator.
Matt Forbes

A Day in the Life of Web 2.0 - 0 views

    This site discusses how web 2.0 technologies are used by a variety of educational personnel throughout a typical day.
Brenda Nickel

Bloglines - 0 views

shared by Brenda Nickel on 27 Feb 10 - Cached
    Bloglines is a free online service for searching, subscribing, creating and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content. You can make your own personalized news page tailored to your unique interests from our index of tens of millions of live internet content feeds, including articles, blogs, images and audio.
Maureen Haig

web2 - what the Internet can do for you as a creator, a collaborator, an active partici... - 2 views

    Links to many tools that are available as a student and instructor
Carol Kubota

Discussion Forum - Classroom 2.0 - 2 views

    Wikis or Blogs. This site has some really interesting ideas and questions about which to use in an educational setting.
Lisa Hudson

Top Ten Blogs About Writing and Publishing - Associated Content - - 2 views

    Top 10 blogs (from 1996) about writing and publishing
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