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Heather Taft

Discovery Education: Tech Tips Blog: Google Docs: The educator's one-stop (online) shop - 0 views

  • absolutely free
  • All your work is stored safely and securely online and can be accessed from any computer--whether at home, school, your local library or your favorite coffee shop.
  • Encourage students to create and share blogs, book reviews, journals, art and photography portfolios, videos and other creative work.
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  • You can give students access to things like assignments, class notes and practice quizzes, and even set up a drop-box for homework.
  • Real-time, online collaboration means students can work and communicate instantaneously with kids across the globe.
  • The ultimate writer's tool Google Docs is useful for any class that involves writing and revision.
  • Use the Google Docs search option to access a variety of templates, lesson plans and other user-created forms,
  • Collaborate online in real-time--and on your own time
    More to google docs than I knew!  Great for online collaboration, not just writing!
Sandy Madelung

Education news and links - 2 views

    Resource for trends and apps in education and more.
    Resource for trends and apps in education and more.
Peggy Holtman

EdVibes - 2 views

    A blog on elearning. This bookmark goes to a May 31, 2011 blog, "Online Student Tips" that seems like very good advice!
Margot Laird

Web 2.0 in the Classroom - 0 views

    A blog whose purpose is to explore resources and ideas for "everything Web 2.0 in the classroom." Resources are rich in type and quantity.
Shavonne Bauer

Blogger: Create your free blog - 3 views

  • Your blog. Share your thoughts, photos, and more with your friends and the world.
    • Anna Lardinois
      If you are looking for a fast, free way to get on the World Wide Web, look no further than Blogger. This is an easy tool and can be used in any classroom where publication beyond the classroom is desired.
  • Unlimited flexibility to personalize your blog with themes, gadgets, and more.
    This is another link that I personally need, but many of you don't. I have this also tagged with "go_back_to" so that I can use the help on the site to create my very first blog.
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    create a blog space with help...just what I need!
    This is wonderful! I read the "Create the Blog". It looks user friendly. I want to try it this weekend when I have some uninterrupted time to learn how to Blog.
    I am using blogger with my 8th graders. I'm subscribed to their blogs through RSS on my Google Reader account so when they update their work, I can easily see it - and track how often and to what extent they are making progress on assignments. Way better than grading papers! I'm working up to using Diigo as a way to post private comments to students about their work posted on their blogs - another cool option.
    This site allows you to set up your own blog. This can be used for personal or profressional purposes. When I took a trip to Europe this summer, I used it to share the places we visited and the things we did. Wonderful tool.
Shelley Lee

To what extent do Web 2.0 tools support and enhance pedagogy?: How Learning Theories He... - 2 views

    try this one....
    This one talks about the latest research on social constructivism and web 2.0 materials.
John Mulvaney

edublogger - 1 views

    How to use blogging in the classroom
    Great site for educators to share ideas and collaborate, quick and easy setup
Darin Pardoe | Tech&Learning - Ideas and Tools for Ed Tech Leaders - 0 views

    This link has several articles relating to blogging in education.
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