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Dean Mantz

PBS Teachers . PBS VOTE 2008 . RSS Feeds & Podcasts - 0 views

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    PBS Teachers website provides multimedia resources, PD for K-12 educators along with RSS feeds to keep you up to date.
Vicki Davis

Virtual Ability Island - 0 views

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    Tools for blind to move into Second Life
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    This is a write up from Jacek Antonelli, an artist and Scripter in Second Life, who attended Louise Later's session in Second Life on accesibilities in Second Life. They reviewed two scripts that will help people with limited or no vision enjoy second life without visual feedback! This is so exciting!

    They need volunteers to help them develop the scripts - everyone working on this project is either blind or has a disability. Now, this is something to get behind. Great job Jacek!
Vicki Davis

ConverStations: Wallflowers: An Important Part of the Conversation - Still - 0 views

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    Perspective on blogging.
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    I really enjoyed reading Mike Sansone's blog post about Wallflowers and how they are part of the conversation. He has a great way of putting this. I think it is a good read for those trying to understand blogging and social media.
Vicki Davis

Creative Web Tools For and By Kids / FrontPage - 0 views

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    A new project for kids ages 8-12 that is part of the grassroots effort of some teachers to connect younger classrooms.
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    A project for ages 8-12 year old has sprung up as part of the grassroots movement of teachers to connect their students and flatten their classrooms. If you are interested in participating, join this wiki, fill out the poll, and take it on!
Anne Bubnic

A quarter million teachers to get free wikis - 0 views

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    A San Francisco wiki services provider has just finished a multiyear project under which it gave teachers all over the world 100,000 free wikis. And now, it is doubling up and getting set to give away another quarter million. The company, Wikispaces, decided in 2006 that it would make helping teachers use the collaborative software to further cooperation between students, both in their own schools and with schools in other cities and countries, a cornerstone of its business. But while Wikispaces hasn't made any money directly from the project--and in fact has incurred significant costs due to supporting the teachers' use of the wikis--co-founder Adam Frey said the company has found that the educators are just the kind of evangelists that can aid a start-up in building a business.
Vicki Davis

Small Changes; BIG RETURNS - - 0 views

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    Hey guys -- please give Sue some thoughts on these questions.
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    Sue is a new blogger in education.
Angela Maiers

Jeff Ertzberger PowerPoint Games - 0 views

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    Powerpoint game templates-great tools!
Angela Maiers

Five Checkpoints to Brain Based Learning - Brain Leaders and Learners - 1 views

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    Great post on the brain and learning.
Angela Maiers

Are You a Writer? | Copyblogger - 0 views

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    Great post on what it means to be a writer!
Angela Maiers

YouTube - Electing a US President in Plain English - 0 views

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    Another great find from Common Craft
John Evans

Joy in School - 0 views

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    Joyful learning can flourish in school-if you give joy a chance.
    JOY 1: Find the Pleasure in Learning;JOY 2: Give Students Choice;JOY 3: Let Students Create Things;JOY 4: Show Off Student Work
    JOY 5: Take Time to Tinker;JOY 6: Make School Spaces Inviting;JOY 7: Get Outside;JOY 8: Read Good Books;JOY 9: Offer More Gym and Arts Classes;JOY 10: Transform Assessment;JOY 11: Have Some Fun Together
Jeff Johnson

BLOOM'S TAXONOMY - 0 views

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    Blooms Taxonomy Pyramid Bloom's Taxonomy defines six different levels of thinking. The levels build in increasing order of difficulty from basic, rote memorization to higher (more difficult and sophisticated) levels of critical thinking skills. For example, a test question that requires simple factual recall shows that you have knowledge of the subject. Answering an essay question often requires that you comprehend the facts and perhaps apply the information to a problem. I wish to promote the analysis the subject matter, perhaps by having students break a complex historical process or event into constituent parts. I particularly want students to organize and present pieces of historical evidence it in a new way, to create or synthesize an argument. In order to do so, students must evaluate evidence, making judgments about the validity and accuracy of primary sources.
Dave Truss

Opportunities to Learn | 21st Century Connections - 0 views

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    We make these changes not because we want to include technology but because we understand that there are new skills, new literacies kids need and we can't explore those literacies with students without harnessing the ingenuity technology affords us. (Also note Simpsons 3D metaphor)
Dave Truss

2008 Summer Paralympic Games - The Big Picture - Boston.com - 0 views

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    Sometimes a picture really is worth a 1000 words!
Angela Maiers

Diamond Bookshelf - Graphic Storytelling and the New Literacies: an Interview... - 0 views

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    Great interview with 21st century educator Peter Guierrez
Vicki Davis

Telstra launches social network for kids - Internet - iTnews Australia - 0 views

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    In Australia, a new social network for children ages 6-12 accessible only to students and teachers at Australian primary schools is launched. Called SuperClubsPLUS -- what a GREAT idea. Now, this is something other countries should be doing -- flattening at least the schools under their jurisdiction. Hope they have their disciplinary and reporting issues worked out b/c any where two students are gathered, online or off, there are always issues.

    Still don't understand why they are calling it a SOCIAL NETWORK. It is an educational network -- unless they are going to let it be social.
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    Educational Network launches for Australian kids ages 6-12.
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