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Maggie Verster

Where To Research Material For Your Homework | MakeUseOf.com - 0 views

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    Where To Research Material For Your Homework
Vicki Davis

7 Reasons Diigo Tastes Better Than Delicious | MakeUseOf.com - 0 views

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    Diigo vs. delicious.
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    Great article comparing Diigo to Delicious. Although I still send my links to delicious - I use classroom diigo groups and have a multitude of reasons Diigo is far superior to delicious. I agree with this blogger.

    If you're wondering what the "deal" is, this is a good article to review.
Vicki Davis

HistoGrafica - Picture the Past - 0 views

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    For history teachers and others - a new online history museum for those who love history and want to share it.
Marie Coppolaro

Lil' Fingers Storybooks Directory - 0 views

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    early learners, preschool
Fred Delventhal

Interactive Whiteboard Resources - 0 views

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    To get started pick a subject, then an age group from the menu on the left.

    We've been working hard to feature the best educational resources which work well on interactive whiteboards in the classroom. The resources are organised by subject, age group and category to make them easy for you to find. We are constantly updating the web sites listed here to ensure that they are current.
Colleen K

Social Studies Games and Videos - 1 views

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    A week's worth of current events set to rap. New episode every Friday. Social Studies rocks the house!
Judy Okazaki

classroom2dot0 » Chicago 2008 - 0 views

  • Dates: November 7 and 8
    Time: Friday 3 PM - 8 PM , Saturday 8 AM - 4PM
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    Free workshop in Chicago on Web 2.0 in education - November 8and 9th.
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    Free Web 2.0 workshop in Chicago on Friday November 7 and Saturday november 8 from 8 am - 4 pm. Steve Hargadon is working with this and he always does an excellent job. Best of all , it is FREE! A good 20 or so people are already signed up - http://wiki.classroom20.com/Attending+Chicago+2008
Vicki Davis

How to Change People's Attitudes - 0 views

  • You sure you sure?” It turns out, we’re not sure we’re sure according to the classic 1973 study by Goethals and Reckman.In the study, researchers invited high schoolers to discuss their opinions on an issue—in this case, school segregation and whether bussing would help racial integration. Some time later, study participants returned for another discussion. This time, however, they were divided into pro and con groups. Inside each separated groups, Goethals and Reckman placed a “confederate,” a person armed with arguments for the opposing viewpoint. The goal was to reverse the groups’ outlook.In the end, both confederates successfully reversed the groups’ opinions.
  • groups couldn’t accurately recall their original position. Many claimed their previous beliefs were less definite than researchers originally observed.
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    Fascinating Article about how to change people's attitudes.
Angela Maiers

Student Tools - Let them fly! « HeyJude - 0 views

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    Excellent list of student tools
Angela Maiers

Scrapbooking, Free Ecards, Birthday and Greeting Cards at Smilebox.com - 0 views

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    Scrapbooking 2.0 free premium subscription for educators
Dave Truss

:: The Years Are Short :: - 0 views

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    Value the times you have with your kids!
Vicki Davis

SunSpotWorld - Home of Project Sun SPOT - 0 views

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    New programmable disks on the horizon.
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    This fascinating link from Alan Levine: Project SunSpot: Small Programmable Object Technologies.
Ginger Lewman

Text Message Marketing | Mobile Marketing Marketplace | Sayso - 0 views

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    This is a great potential fundraiser site for yourself or your local non-profit. Say, a HS band/team/church wants to raise cash? Sign up to receive advert texts (must be 13yo) from 5¢ to $1 each. Every $25 raised, you get a check cut for yourself! You can donate the cash to your organization, OR to your own bank!! This is AWESOME if you have an unlimited texting plan, and great even if you don't!

    Use KGTC for your invite code!
Dave Truss

Stumbling Blocks: Playing It Too Safe Will Make You Sorry | Edutopia - 0 views

  • "We need to create places where teachers can take chances," Honeycutt says. “Every district needs to anoint some teachers to play with Web 2.0 tools in a safe, hypothetical environment. I call it taming the tool. Teachers need time to consider, 'Under what conditions would we allow this tool into the classroom?'"
  • “We realized that students don't see these as impediments, but rather as challenges,” Canuel says. "Students find ingenious ways to go around them." Rather than fighting to stay a step ahead of tech-savvy pupils, the district emphasizes online safety and digital citizenship.
  • Instruction in digital citizenship needs to start early,
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  • In the still-evolving Web 2.0 era, anyone with Internet access has the power to create and publish content online and interact with content others have created.

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    Content filters and firewalls are great for keeping kids away from pornography, as required by the Children's Internet Protection Act, or preventing them from updating their Facebook status during class. But the same filters can stop teachers from accessing cutting-edge widgets and digital materials that have enormous potential for expanding learning.
Dean Mantz

googlizealesson » home - 0 views

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    Take your old worksheets, slide shows, and web quests and add a twist of Google to make creative, collaborative, and engaging lessons!
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