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Jenifer Melton

38 Interesting Blog Ideas for Classroom Blogs - 2 views

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      A pencast or a digital screen shot/recorder can also be linked to any blog to show a step by step guide.
Jenifer Melton

Tech the Plunge - 4 views

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    Building a Student/Teacher Collaborative Website using Google Sites
mmac45

Education Week's Digital Directions: Students Sound Off on School Tech Use - 0 views

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      I can't believe only half said they do this.
  • growing frustration among students that they have to “power down” their use of technology when they enter school buildings.
  • Outside of school, about half the 140,000 middle and high school students who participated in the survey reported using e-mail, instant-messaging tools, and text messages to communicate with classmates about homework, and the same number said they used social-networking Web sites to collaborate with their peers on school projects.
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    What do students think about technology in the classroom...
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    What do students think about technology in the classroom... Click and see...Powerful to know what they are thinking....
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    My high school principal shared this article with the faculty, and it sheds light on the way some students feel hampered whant trying to use technology in school. It offers some student insight and some surprising issues. Students don't use technology to communicate with others about homework as often as I thought. Also, students are well-aware of budgetary constraints.
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    This article helps explain why we need to use more technology in the classroom.
Lynette Russell

wikiHow - The How-to Manual That You Can Edit - 0 views

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    This site is designed to house "how to" answers to just about any topic. Readers can contribute their own "how to" components and upload them to the site. Readers are encouraged to write on a topic not yet covered, or to edit an article already on the site.
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    This site is the ultimate public "how to" with user-created articles - at this point over 62,000. Lynette Russell
Lynette Russell

Online Portfolio Tools - 7 views

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    This site is a reference for teachers wanting to have students create and maintain portfolios of their work in an electronic environment. The site author, Helen Barrett, has compiled a variety of web links for different aspects of e-portfolio design, with the aim of allowing the user to create e-portfolios using free resources on the web.
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    I love it when someone has already done a lot of work for me - and this site is a good example. There are lots of links to tutorials and tools to help educators work with students on e-portfolio creation.
Nissa Ellett

SchoolTube - 0 views

shared by Nissa Ellett on 08 Mar 09 - Cached
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    Source of video for online courses. Find others or upload your own.
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    great resource for teachers and students. Can find video's to many different subjects. Teachers and students can upload their videos
Marty Rognlien

Wikis for Everyone - Wikispaces - 2 views

  • All you need is a place for yourself, your classroom, your project. Create an account on wikispaces.com and get the wiki that's right for you.
  • ll you need is a place for yourself, your classroom, your project. Create an acc
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    Wikispaces offers free easy to use wiki websites for educators. I use a wiki at Wikispaces to keep my on-line professional portfolio.
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    Free Wiki classroom.
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    Free Wiki space for educators.
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    I feel that wikispaces offers more options for free than other online blog/wiki applications. I am able to host more pages and users than in PBWorks. Permissions can be set independently by page. These options are important to me since I am trying to build more collaboration of students across grade levels. I could delete student pages when they leave me to go to the high school, but isn't it way cooler that their info and account lives on so they can still participate? With the easy management tools, I can easily make sure everyone's contributions are on the "up and up". ;)
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    Want to encourage online collaboration? Look no further than Wikispaces. This is just one of the line wikis which allow the public or only members to collaborate together. I have used this for graduate classes and it really makes it easy to share information. Don't want the ads? Apply for an ad free educational site.
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    A free host site for wikis. Can be used as a Geometry proof tool.
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    If you haven't already heard, this is a free place for students to share links, photos, documents, videos, podcasts, etc. It is also a place to have student discussions online.
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    Great site for students to create online Wikis. A colleague has used it to have students create review materials for AP exams.
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    A colleague has used this site to have students create review materials for AP exams and I am going to try it this year with my AP Psychology class. I have had students use Wikis on my class Moodle page and they seem to like the collaborative aspect of it because they don't feel overwhelmed by the workload.
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    Great site for student collaboration for rojects and such
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    Here is a free wiki service that I could use with my students! 
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    A great tool for student webpage and project collaboration
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