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Ted Sakshaug

Twiducate.com - Social Networking For Schools - 14 views

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    A social networking tool specifically designed for use by teachers with their classes.
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    Teachers can create an online community for their students. "Share inspiration, ideas, reading, thoughts. Post discussions, deadlines, homework. Instrantly create surveys for students. Keep parents informed of daily projects." "Not only will twiducate.com give your students the web 2.0 skills they need, but also expand their reading, writing, thoughts and ideas beyond the classroom setting."
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    social networking for schools. Private and secure
Vicki Davis

Elluminate Whitepaper Request - 8 views

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    Steve Hargadon's new whitepaper on social networking in Education (which does include some comments from Julie Lindsay and me.) Full disclosure: Elluminate provides Kim Caise, our Flat Classroom administrator, to us for 20 hours a week and we appreciate it very much. Go to this page to download the whitepaper.
Clif Mims

SchooNoodle - 0 views

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    FREE online social bookmarking community made exclusively for K-12 educators.
Ted Sakshaug

Voicethread 4 Education » Classroom Partners - 0 views

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    a wiki for teachers to connect their classrooms using VoiceThread
Fiona Boughey

TodaysMeet - 0 views

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    Today's Meet gives you an isolated room where you can see only what you need to see, and your audience doesn't need to learn any new tools like hash tags to keep everything together.
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    create a backchannel for your class. someday i hope to actually have computers for my students and i'll be able to use this!
Shelley Paul

The Power of Educational Technology: Ten Tips for Growing Your Learning Network - 0 views

  • 10. Participate, don't just lurk, you have to give to get. Don't be afraid to share your ideas, comments and links. We are all both leaders and followers. Let your voice be heard.
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      This is the most important (and risky) part.
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    Great advice to the newbie.
Clif Mims

EduDiigo - 0 views

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    The purpose of this wiki is to explore the potential of Diigo in educational settings.
Ben W

YouTube - The Pirate's Dilemma - 0 views

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    Clip explaining how piracy (esp. of intellectual property) may actually be a good thing in the long run.
Art Gelwicks

Drape's Takes: A Refreshing Look At Networked Learning - 0 views

  • It is time to toss out the “blog, wiki, podcast” mantra. This is bigger than tools isolated for singular purpose. If we keep pushing the tools into categories, new users will continue to only use the tools for those purposes. We should be twisting, stretching and breaking these tools, not neatly packaging content with them.
  • Networked learners are more confident than individual learners in questioning authority, discovering alternative realities and resolving critical concerns through thoughtful inquiry.
Joao Alves

Conference 2.0 » necc2008 - 0 views

  • NECC 2.0:" The Conference within a Conference. A "Fringe" Festival for NECC. Three days collaboratively created and scheduled by the participants, held in the open "lounge" areas.
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    The NECC fringe festival is going to be fun! This is an example of collaborative meet ups and the new sort of "unconference" that is popping up around many of the innovative conferences.
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    This is a place we should plan to join in with NECC.
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    Let's all remember to tag everything (bookmarks, posts, photos, videos, etc.) with "necc2008".
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    The NECC fringe festival is going to be fun! This is an example of collaborative meet ups and the new sort of "unconference" that is popping up around many of the innovative conferences.
Ben W

Purposeful Networking | Reflection 2.0 - 0 views

  • the older demographic uses networking more for professional purposes
  • Aaron describes how he’s fine with seeing the real side of prospective employees on Facebook profiles and twitterstreams because it gives him a better picture of who people are, but in our opinion and experience, networking is much more than simply posting information about yourself on various sites
  • the education profession historically has been a profession of “isolationism” despite recent efforts to establish Professional Learning Communities within schools.
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  • Networking is extremely powerful for connecting educators and students to professionals outside of education - the challenge in education today is breaking down barriers and allowing students and teachers access to the sites and time in the school day and curriculum
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    A good in-depth article arguing that purposeful networking (easily done w/ web2.0 tools) should be a skill addressed in education.
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