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Dennis Richards

Ways To Enhance Your Utopia (DiscoveryUtopias) - 0 views

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    This page is for any students who are looking to put more than just words into their Utopia proposal. Please use the following resources to embed multi-media into your proposal so that your reader can more fully understand what your utopia looks like and feels like. If you find any other resources that you think might be useful to your fellow utopians, please add them below.
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teachweb2 » home - 0 views

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    Welcome to TEACH WEB 2.0 We are a group of curious teachers who explore and brainstorm ways to integrate Web 2.0 technologies into our teaching. Our mission: Safely steer our students through Web 2.0 tools and technologies Goals * Research Web 2.0 tools and social networking sites * Identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) * Brainstorm effective, appropriate educational applications
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ShowYourself Widget - 0 views

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    ShowYourself is a simple to make, easy, free and fun utility to help establish your identity across the web. Have a Flickr account and a Facebook and AIM? Combine all your profiles on the web into one attractive widget that you can put on your blog, your myspace or anywhere on the web. From Kim Cofino's blog always learning http://tinyurl.com/38a43j
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ourlostchildren » home - 0 views

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    Student created wiki. Thomas Cooper is the teacher behind this project. He teachers at the Walker School in Marietta, GA. Many people believe that child labor and abuse is something of the past, but there could not be more of a false statement. Around the world children are being marginalized, and abused, and forced into labor. Children in Africa are being forced to join the military and kill children and adults alike. Other children are living on the streets because their parents' lives were taken by the AIDS virus. And due to India's class system, young children will live in poverty with no possible way of hope in the future. Children are even forced into prostitution and labor. Childhood deformities and disabilities cause affected children to live in isolation and cause pain and suffering for both them and their families. Be sure to check out the teacher resources in the table of contents.
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