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Vicki Davis

techLEARNING.com | Technology & LEARNING - The Resource for Education Technology Leaders - 0 views

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    This webinar is Monday about Web 2.0 and I'm co-presenting. If you attend, you'll receive a 3 month free trial subscription to Atomic Web 2.0 . Preregister here. This will give you access to the series I did on Web 2.0 and how to set up an RSS reader, etc. Also, the new one I've done on Flattening your classroom will be available as well.
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    This webinar Monday has free three month subscription to Atomic Learning attached to it.
David Wetzel

6 Top Free Online Tools for Support Teaching and Learning - 22 views

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    The six top free online tools were selected from available web 2.0 tools for teaching and web 2.0 using presentations, blogging, and bookmarking online web 2.0 . There are many excellent online tools available in these three categories, making the selection difficult at best. However, the selection was made based on reviewing available online web 2.0 along with other contributions and feedback from teachers.
David Hilton

E-learning - Online Tools and Applications on Go2Web20 - 14 views

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    Compilation of e-learninglearningtools. 
David Wetzel

5 Reasons Why You Should Use LiveBinders - 15 views

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    LiveBinders is a web 2.0 tool which provides the ability to save and organize materials for your science or math class. The great thing about this free tool is that you can update the web 2.0 instantly to ensure your lessons include the latest ideas, tips, and web 2.0 in science and math.
Nelly Cardinale

Web 2.0 for the Classroom Teacher - 0 views

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    Great Web 2.0 resource wiki for teachers.
David Wetzel

Tips and Tricks for Finding Science and Math Images on the Web - 14 views

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    Like everything else on the Internet, trying to find images is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Without the right tools for finding science and math images on the web it is often an impossible, or at least mind-numbing, task. What is needed are search engines which make the job easier. This is where the tips and tricks provided below help this seemingly impossible task by using the top search Web 2.0 search engines and tools available today. These are valuable Web 2.0 for both you and your students when trying to find just the right image for lesson or project involving digital media.
Anne Bubnic

Free Software/Web Tools - 0 views

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    A collection of Web 2.0 tools with links - screened by CLRN (California Web 2.0 Resource Network) with appropriate grade levels. Includes blogs & wikis, bookmark/resource sharing, productivity, collaboration and social networking.
Willy Kjellstrom

Copyright, Fair Use, and Teaching and Learning Innovation in aLearningWorld | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

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    This ECAR research bulletin reviews some of the basic tenets of copyright in the digital millennium. Specifically, it discusses the ways in which copyright law, fair use provisions, and the TEACH Act interact with today's teaching and learning, especially the use oflearningtools by both faculty members and students.
Julie Lindsay

elearning - E4L Policies and Guidelines - 0 views

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    A collection of policies and guidelines from Qatar Academy for use of e-learning, mobile computing andlearninglearning.
Scott Weidig

Transitioning to Web 2.0: Using Blogs to Promote Authentic Learning in the Classroom - 0 views

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    Compilation of educational blogging resources.
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    HUGE blog resource. This is an amazing compilation of blogging reference, tools, ideas, and examples.
Scott Weidig

"Down the Rabbit Hole" and into the Wonders of Zoho | VanishingPoint - 0 views

  • Greg Noack just posted his first blog post and he relates a great story of efficiency and the utilization and experimentation of new tools specifically Google Docs and Zoho Writer. 
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    My take on the power of the Zoho Office Suite for collaboration and resources for education and the classroom. Writer, Sheet, Show, Creator, DB, Notebook an amazing toolset of free "in the cloud" resources that can build and enhance student collaboration and authientic resources projects.
Ben W

Classroom Learning 2.0: 23 Things to Know - 0 views

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    Great list of resources ordered in a week-to-week format.
Dennis Richards

ALA | AASL Best Web sites for Teaching and Learning Award Land Mark Award - 0 views

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    The Landmark Websites are honored due to their exemplary histories of authoritative, dynamic content and curricular relevance. They are free, web-based sites that are user friendly and encourage a community of learners to explore and discover and provide a foundation to support 21st-century teaching and learning.
Dean Mantz

Bright ideas - 17 views

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    Site developed in Australia provides a wealth of Web 2.0 tools, integration ideas, and tutorials for successful engagement.
Dennis Richards

To Learn Twice: Blog Action Day: Poverty - 0 views

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    our world is now open to the eyes of our students. Technology makes it possible to with a couple of clicks able to read about poverty, TB, or AIDS which is faster access to print resources than we have ever had. It also allows us to make it more powerful through images or video. It even allows us to find great organizations that our kids can help support like XDRTB.org. More importantly we need our kids to learn how to use the tools around them to act as change agents to make their world a better place.
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.
Dave Truss

Share More! Wiki » Work/Build Your Own Personal Learning Network? - 0 views

  • If you fail to connect to the network of learners, you miss out on a global conversation about what you are passionate about. And missing out is a darn shame because it can save you time, energy, and increase your reach, no matter how brilliant (or not) you are. That’s a powerful idea. Smart people get smarter because they have access to the network of learners. People who are just starting out are able to learn as fast as they can to accomplish what they need to do. When I meet folks who are just becoming aware of the global conversation — usually because I push them over the edge in a workshop — I like to share several tools with them.
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    If you fail to connect to the network of learners, you miss out on a global conversation about what you are passionate about.
Deb Henkes

WebTools4u2use - home - 1 views

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    Huge list of Web 2.0 tools
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    A wiki for school friendly media.
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    A wiki not just for school library media specialists but for all teachers to learn about cool new web tools, see how they can be used in school programs, and share ideas & success stories. 
Dennis Richards

Concord.org - Software - 0 views

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    Free model-based learning learning and software We are delighted to be able to offer a growing collection of free software and student materials that use this software. Finding it is a bit of a treasure hunt. Sorry. The software is being developed in different projects, so we have not collected it all in one place. The following describes the major places to look. * Three powerful modeling environments * Activity authoring * Algebra interactives * Sustainable development education * VideoPaper builder * License and copyright You may also wish to visit our complete Software Download Center.
Ben Rimes

A Call for Technology Leadership - 16 views

  • (1) modeling the use of new technologies in communicating to students, teachers and the general public; (2) ensuring that technology becomes integral to teaching 21st-century skills from critical thinking and problem solving to collaboration and information literacy in the classroom; (3) boosting Web 2.0 applications and tools as key components of student Web 2.0 ; (4) offering professional development in these technologies and deploying the online tools that help teachers create Web 2.0 communities among themselves; and (5) requiring better balanced assessments of student work—including project-based Web 2.0 enhanced by technology tools—in an age driven by NCLB-oriented testing and better use of data from the assessments to help students improve their performance.
    • Ben Rimes
       
      Asking any leader to model effective strategies makes sense, but shouldn't the imperative of offering professional development in newer communications tools come first? Some district leader's I can see jupming into new tools and ways to communicate, but you can't expect all veteran leaders to adopt new tools without the development and support they'll need.
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      I'm curious to know in how many districts does the Superintendent serve as the curriculum leader capable of making the sweeping changes to move a district towards project-based learning. I have an inkling that many superintendents find niches that make them valubale, whether it's focusing on assessment, community relations, curriculum, or something else.
  • The revised edition also includes a self-assessment for superintendents to evaluate how far their districts have come along the technological curve. CoSN’s CEO Keith Krueger explains that his organization’s research shows that many district leaders are behind that curve, and the new document opens with a letter:
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      Not surprising at all...
  • e cautions that the large-scale changes CoSN is advocating are most likely to happen for district leaders who are not engaged in dozens of other initiatives. “Everybody wants the superintendent to be in the middle of everything,” Reeves explains. “The real acid test is whether you can execute the ‘not-to-do list,’” adding that superintendents need to resist establishing too many priorities. Each of the five areas featured in “Empowering the 21st Century Superintendent” includes a set of resources and a series of action steps for superintendents and district leadership teams. For instance, in the 21st-century skills section, leaders are urged to improve their own such skills, create a vision for integrating them into K12 instruction, audit the district’s strategic plan to see which might be missing and adjust professional development accordingly.
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      Love the pragmatism in this quote. Good acknowledgement that district superintendents are engufed in far too much at times, and thus tech-integration may not realistically happen. Good to know that the framework provided by CoSn also includes some directions for district tech teams.
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