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Vicki Davis

EduBlogger's Plurk and Twitter Lounge - 0 views

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    EDublogger and Plurk lounges at lively. Another 3 d world. Hmmm
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    edublogger plurk and twitter lounges
Vicki Davis

Blogging in the Classroom - Flat Classrooms - 0 views

  • The presenter, Konrad Glogowski, an eigth grade writing teacher, discussed his use of blogs as a "third place" for students to express themselves. The first place being students home, the second school, and the third, a sort of place where they are free to creatively express themselves. At the begining of the year, Mr. Glogowski challenged his students to "grow" a blog. He presented them a visual to assist them in planning their creation and, pretty much, allowed them the freedom to make their own product. He watched as the blogs and classroom community grew. Fellow students commented on one another's blog entries, offering advice and building fellow classmates confidence in their writing. Mr. Glogowski's role as teacher evolved into a reader of work and a partner in learning rather than an evaluator and expert of information. By the end of the year, his students had great pride in their work, bonded as a communtiy, and were better, more confident, writers. The likely hood that they would continue to work on their blogs and writing was extremely high. Mr. Glogowski's strategy and his educational philosophy towards blogging was a success.
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    Excellent discussion about Blogging in the classroom from Rob Kamrowski on the Flat Classroom Ning. Rob says:

    "The presenter, Konrad Glogowski, an eigth grade writing teacher, discussed his use of blogs as a "third place" for students to express themselves. The first place being students home, the second school, and the third, a sort of place where they are free to creatively express themselves. At the begining of the year, Mr. Glogowski challenged his students to "grow" a blog. He presented them a visual to assist them in planning their creation and, pretty much, allowed them the freedom to make their own product. He watched as the blogs and classroom community grew. Fellow students commented on one another's blog entries, offering advice and building fellow classmates confidence in their writing. Mr. Glogowski's role as teacher evolved into a reader of work and a partner in learning rather than an evaluator and expert of information. By the end of the year, his students had great pride in their work, bonded as a communtiy, and were better, more confident, writers. The likely hood that they would continue to work on their blogs and writing was extremely high. Mr. Glogowski's strategy and his educational philosophy towards blogging was a success."

    This person did not attend necc, but watched Konrad present via ustream via Will Richardson's blog. Ascyhronous conferences are so important. Can we make it part of conference best practice?
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    Overview of Konrad Glowgoski's presentation for necc.
Ben W

Mr. Presentation - 0 views

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    A quick guide to making a good presentation using presentation software. Cute & fun.
Ben W

A challenge for my students; or, laying down the gauntlet « Continuous Everyw... - 0 views

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    Fun, quick, activity (it can lead to some talk on higher level brain-body communication talks, but it could also just be a fun 2 minutes)
Angela Maiers

SchoolTube :: Home - 0 views

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    BIG thank you to KevinJarret for this one! This is AWESOME!
Ben W

THIRST presentation - 0 views

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    A nice presentation on the water crisis. Nice design & use of text and images.
Angela Maiers

The Pulse: How Do You Define 21st Century Skills? - 0 views

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    Defining 21st Century Skills!
Angela Maiers

The Future of Online Learning - Ten Years On ~ Stephen's Web ~ by Stephen Downes - 0 views

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    audio and video of Stephen's keynote
Patricia Young

Digital Immigrant - 0 views

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    Blogging to share 21st century skills for students and teachers.
Vicki Davis

Wisdomap - 0 views

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    Cool, amazing mind mapping tool.
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    Cool 3d mind mapping software availablef or free. This is fascinating.
Vicki Davis

Remember The Milk - Services / Remember The Milk for Twitter - 0 views

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    How to use remember the milk with twitter.
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    Task management from twitter. I'm planning to work with remember the milk this year 4 my students.
Andrew Kohl

How-to Videos on Crafts, Cooking, Health, Fitness, Home, Garden, Sports and more - Gras... - 0 views

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    This is a pretty nice aggregation site for how-to videos. Nice potential here, although I haven't dug too deeply into the content yet.
Marcia Roberts

Learning 2.008 Shanghai Conference - 0 views

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    This is the ning for the Learning 2.008 conference that will be held in Shanghai in September.
Frank in Mexico

21CT: EduBloggers Room at Lively.com (Come on in!) | The 21st Century Teacher - 0 views

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    Join in the fun at the EduBlogger's Lively room by Google.
Eloise Pasteur

Eppendorf International - It's called epMotion - 0 views

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      Science is sexy or cool or something...

      I have to declare an interest - I've had that pippetting cramp that starts the whole thing off
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    AN advert for a pippeting system, but a new look at Science Communication too!
Ric Murry

Deb Ward's Column - 0 views

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    Grant writing tips
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