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James Miscavish

My Bookmarks - 54 views

Yeah, I'm adding all my ELA appropriate bookmarks, then going back through and fixing the titles. Should be quite helpful for all of us! Jim Burke wrote: > My plan is to revise all my bookmarks s...

Stephen Davis

HS English - Symbaloo - 11 views

    Great list of bookmarks (cool UI) for High School teachers! Would love one for Middle School!
    Great list of bookmarks (cool UI) for High School teachers! Would love one for Middle School!
    Steve, this is great. It doesn't hurt that you've got the majority of the links listed on my resources wiki page. Thisi much cooler. I have to try it. Thanks.
Dennis OConnor

The Write Technology - 13 views

    ONe of the reasons I enjoy social bookmarking is the chance to look over the shoulder of folks with active & interesting minds. This way I can discover a bit of what they are discovering and sharing. Here's a nugget mined with the tag 'writing' from Miquel Guhlin's Blog Around the corner.\n\nMiguel Guhlin: I'm trying to justify the expense of technology to impact writing. I'm looking less for anecdotes than I am "hard research," whatever that is. However, stories are powerful, so I'm asking that if you have either to share, to add them below in the appropriate section. Using the information here, I intend to justify technology advocacy in my district and other places.
Todd Finley

Share More! Wiki | Anthology / Diigo the Web for Education - From TeleGatherer to TeleP... - 5 views

    "# Supporting Diigo-based fine-grained discussions connected to a specific part of a webpage - which opens up the possibility for more meaningful exchanges where teachers can embed all kinds of scaffolding into web-based materials with Diigo: * sharing questions for discussion (either online, or to prepare students for an in-class discussion); * highlighting critical features; asking students to define words, terms, or concepts in their own words/language; providing definitions of difficult/new terms (in various media, such as embedding an image in the sticky note); * providing models of interpreting materials. * using the highlighting/sticky note feature to "mark up" our "textbook" (blog) with comments, observations and corrections to specific words, phrases or paragraphs of each post. * Aggregating bookmarks the students make of websites valuable to their learning, and use the highlighting feature and sticky notes as if they were like the Track Changes feature in MS Word which lends itself more towards collaboration and the iterative process. "
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