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Vicki Davis

Using Blogs and Wikis in the Classroom | Teacher Resources - 0 views

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    Resources for blogging in the classroom.
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    A sample listing of resources for blogging in the classroom from Teacher resources.
Vicki Davis

Virsona: Talking History contest - 0 views

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    New app lets you create virtual talking personas of historical characters or even you. Fascinating to see how this will work out.
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    Virsona is sponsoring a talking history contest in which you create a virtual person that answers questions like the person in history would answer. This could be a great excercise for a history class if you have characters that you investigate deeply. This would be fascinating.
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    New app lets you create virtual talking personas of historical characters or even you. Fascinating to see how this will work out.
Vicki Davis

Personalized Start Page - 0 views

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    Susan Etteneheim uses Google Sites for her school and set up a customized start page for students in her school using google sites. Very nice work.
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    Susan Ettenheim's start page for students at her school. They customize it with their google site ID from their school.
Vicki Davis

Under Eleven? - Flat Classrooms - 0 views

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    Another group of teachers is forming to talk about flattening the classrooms w/ their students who are under age 11. This discussion is open to anyone who joins in. Feel free to join and discuss here. Grassroots movements to connect such as these are cropping up everywhere in many places, not just here. But this is a model example of how it is happening.

    These are "teacherpreneurs" in action!
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    Example of how teachers connect to "flatten" their classrooms.
Vicki Davis

Thing 7C: RSS News! | Reflecting Pools - 0 views

  • I’ve always valued problem-solving, decision-making, and higher critical thinking skills in my classes. I know that 7th graders are a bit wobbly in their emerging abstract thinking skills, but I also know that a little scaffolding and creative empowerment helps those new skills flourish! Learning how to learn and learning how to think are two of my top goals for each of my students.
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    "I've always valued problem-solving, decision-making, and higher critical thinking skills in my classes. I know that 7th graders are a bit wobbly in their emerging abstract thinking skills, but I also know that a little scaffolding and creative empowerment helps those new skills flourish! Learning how to learn and learning how to think are two of my top goals for each of my students."

    I love this quote from Amy Dean about what she wants for her 7th grade students. Amy has a very nice blog, reflecting pools.
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    Amy Dean's philosophy for her 7th graders.
Vicki Davis

Gone "Digital" Native: The Apathy of Youth / The Economy of Youth - 0 views

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    "The currency of youth is time..."

    I enjoyed the reality that James Gill shares his experience teaching summer schoool. From the tremendous investment of time (and advice from his father, a retired science teacher), to the kids who just tune out and move on. THIS is what teachers who teach summer school deal with. I admire James for his tenacity and positive attitude in the midst of struggle.
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    Excellent article about summer school and the challenges.
Kathy Blades

presentation061022.mov (video/quicktime Object) - 0 views

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    Dan Meyers Explanation of Math Assessment. Secondary education. QuickTime movie
Ted Sakshaug

A N I M O T O - 0 views

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    merge video and music on line
Robin Ellis

DIFFERENTIATION TOOLBOX - 1 views

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    quiz what is differentiation good starter
Ted Sakshaug

AFI ScreenNation - 0 views

shared by Ted Sakshaug on 23 Jul 08 - Cached
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    video sharing
Kevin Jarrett

Take Charge! - Smart Choices for Your Cox Digital Home - Cox Communications - 0 views

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    Links to Cox' Take Charge project research including 2007 NCMEC report just released (PPT)
Kevin Jarrett

Cox - 3rd National Teen Summit EPK - 0 views

shared by Kevin Jarrett on 23 Jul 08 - Cached
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    Quick review of current, large-scale research just completed by NCMEC & Cox Communications on teen online behavior.
Jeff Johnson

Framework for Teaching | Danielson Group - 0 views

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    The Framework for Teaching is a research-based set of components of instruction, aligned to the INTASC standards, and grounded in a constructivist view of learning and teaching. In this framework, the complex activity of teaching is divided into 22 components (and 76 smaller elements) clustered into four domains of teaching responsibility: planning and preparation (Domain 1), classroom environment (Domain 2), instruction (Domain 3), and professional responsibilities (Domain 4).
Anne Baird

Mahalo.com: Human-powered Search - 0 views

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    search engine powered by humans
Angela Maiers

CLWG: Children's Literature Web Guide - 0 views

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    Excellent resource for childrens literature on the web.
Clif Mims

Posterous - 0 views

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    The place to post everything. Just email us. Dead simple blog by email.
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