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Connie Dang

SlideShare: Present yourself - 2 views

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    This site is used primarily to share presentation slides, documents and PDFs for getting ideas from others who might have similar interests. SlideShare is most useful for an older age group such as high school or college students and businesses. This can also be used for young children such as when teaching numbers, colors, days of the week, months, seasons, etc.
Jessi Williams

Adobe Buzzword - 1 views

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    This is a collaborative document site that allows any number of collaborators to access their documents from any computer and will remind you of changes made. The website has many ofher useful features. You could use this tool in any number of ways. Students could use this site, but younger students would need some help and guidance.
Jessi Williams

Central Desktop - 2 views

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    This is a collaborative document tool that has three different links so that you can customize your document depending on whether you are part of a workgroup, enterprise, or community. Teachers could use the workgroup version to collaborate on assignments or other things going on in the school. You could also use the community tool to collaborate with parents.
Jessi Williams

Mixed Ink - 2 views

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    This is a collaborative document creation website mainly used for groups collaborating on mission statements, news articles, press releases, product reviews, petitions, etc. Most documents on this site are related to politics. It would not be appropriate to use in a classroom setting or with children. However, it would be a good tool for parents or teachers to use if they are concerned about a children's product, some type of legislation, or a community issue related to education.
Michelle Appelman

Dabbleboard and Photo Story 3 - 18 views

Both of these websites seem really great and appropriate for early childhood. I really enjoyed learning about Photo Story. It seems like a great project for students. I loved the fact that they can...

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Caroline Kennedy

Tate Kids Home - 1 views

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    Tate Kids allows children to create artwork, games, videos, etc.
Caroline Kennedy

YouthLearn - 1 views

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    Great way for teachers to incorporate digital skills into the curriculum. Offers planning guides, teaching techniques, activities and projects for teaching computer graphics and image editing.
Brittany Waltz

Photo Story 3 - 11 views

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    Photos Story 3 is a way to combine photos, voice recordings, music, and writing . Children can bring their favorite stories to life or create their own. By creating photo stories in the class or at home, these stories can be shared to many.
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    With Photo Story 3, students, parents, and teachers can create, share, and connect! Simply start by uploading your digital photos and editing them the way you like. Then add your own personal touches such as special effects, transitions, music, and even your own voice narration! Children will love being able to hear their own voices narrate their stories. After you have created your stories, share them with anyone online, by burning a DVD/CD, or watching them on your TV. This is a great way for students to show their creativity! Just download the program onto your computer.
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    Free, easy, creative tool for the user. Upload photos, add captions, your own voice as narrator, transitions. and music. Clear instructions too. What's not to like?
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    Photostory is unbelievably user friendly and could be used in any classroom to help a child integrate their outside of school experience inside the classroom. It's a good way to get children to learn about the way that other families live and it brings a sense of community to the classroom when a photostory is shared and everyone knows a little bit more about that individual.
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    that is a really great idea. That is amazing. Thanks for sharing
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    I actually downloaded this software recently. It was extremely easy to use and fun to play with. I created a couple of slideshows involving my siblings, and shared with my family via the email and they enjoyed it. I like how easy it is to share and how creative you can get with it. I feel that children could use this with some assistance, but they will be thrilled with the end result. Thanks for bringing this to our attention!
Brittany Waltz

Snapfish in the classroom - 6 views

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    Snapfish has a really neat way where teachers and parents can communicate with each other by posting thier pictures to a secure room. It is a really great way for parents to share pictures of their vacations, outings, or fun adventures they experience with the class. There is also a way that parents can take their child's artwork and turn it into calendars, purses, etc.
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    Snapfish is an online place to print, share, and create with your digital photos. Post and share your photos with a group, class, team, or club. All photos and students' work can be posted and published in one convenient room. This is a great way for teachers, parents, and students to get to know one another by sharing their photos, in a safe and secure room. There are also great tips and ideas for taking pictures, projects, and gifts.
Rachel Arredondo

http://www.epals.com/ - 0 views

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    The ePals Global Learning Community is a network of interconnected classrooms around the world. It provides a safe environment for students and teachers for building and exchanging knowledge, using protected e-mail, blogs, translation tools, evidence-based curricula and authentic, collaborative learning experiences. ePals offers a range of services and features that are free for students in grades K through 12. One service is ePals SchoolMail. This is a multilingual electronic communications solution that offers schools and districts a protected, customized and collaborative environment. Another service is ePals SchoolBlog, an educational tool for creating unified Web-based platforms that administrators, teachers, parents and students use to achieve academic goals (hotchalk.com)
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    The ePals Global Learning community is a very useful networking, and collaborative tool. I found it very easy to use. It is easy to sign up and free to use. I have had no problems using this website.
Alicia Caldwell

Dabbleboard: The Whiteboard Reinvented - 3 views

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    Dabbleboard is an online whiteboard that allows users to visualize, explore, communicate, create, and share their work. Users can chose from two ways of drawing: freehand or computer-recognized shapes. Either way, users can create a multitude of pieces. Dabbleboard can be especially helpful for students. They can create flow charts, organizational charts, or mind maps to process school topics. As well, they can create comic strips, mark on uploaded pictures, or freehand drawings to accompany an original story. There is also a collaborative feature, that allows users to voice and video chate, share with or browse the public library, or send the link of their creation via the web. There are endless possibilities for students to express their creativity using Dabbleboard.
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    This can be a great graphic organizer to help students study for tests and communicate while doing projects.
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