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Dwayne Abrahams

2014 ON for Learning Award Winners - 0 views

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    "2014 ON for Learning Award Winners
    Common Sense Media's ON for Learning Award is given to the very best in kids' digital media. Our learning ratings program is designed to help educators surface the apps, games, and websites that truly deliver experiences that enrich and delight kids, helping them thrive with media and technology. We are excited to recognize these apps, games, and websites for earning the highest learning rating from Common Sense Media in the past year."
Dwayne Abrahams

Cabaret Mechanical Theatre - 1 views

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    ""Visiting Cabaret Mechanical Theatre is like drifting into a bizarre and fascinating dream" - What's on in London
    What is it?
    Well, it's not a theatre or a cabaret for a start. It's a kind of exhibition or museum (but we don't like those words).
    So, what is it?
    It's a collection of contemporary automata, which is a kind of mechanical sculpture. Nearly all of the work in the collection is humourous."
Dwayne Abrahams

Problem, Brain, Challenged Based Learning…Oh My! Distinguishing Between the M... - 0 views

  • No matter what, as educators, we must engage all learners and equip them with the skills for the 21st century. I suggest student centered learning which is doing what is best based on the student. Yes, that could mean 8 different lesson plans but isn’t that why we are in education, to do what’s best for them!
Dwayne Abrahams

Education World: Tech in the Classroom - 1 views

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    "Tech in the Classroom is a recurring feature that examines widely available technology, software and gadgets and how they might be used in a school setting. What favorite gadget or tool are you using in the classroom? As this new content area grows, let us know what products you'd like to read about."
Dwayne Abrahams

4 Web Tools Tech-Savvy Students Are Using Right Now - Edudemic - Edudemic - 1 views

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    "These web tools are designed to help students organize material, create and learn social media best practices. These free sites are safe and secure with extensive content filters to protect children from inappropriate content."
Dwayne Abrahams

Animoto - Make & Share Beautiful Videos Online - 2 views

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    "Create videos for home or business
    Welcome to the easiest way to make beautiful videos online. Try it for free!"
Dwayne Abrahams

Learn It In 5 - glogster lesson - 1 views

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    "How-to video: Creating a digital classroom project, using Glogster
    Brief synopsis: With Glogster's education platform, located at edu.glogster.com, teachers can expand their use of the web-based poster creation tool, Glogster. The edu Glogster site gives teachers more power than the standard Glogster application. With the educational Glogster Web 2.0 application, teachers can register their students for their own glogster accounts, all of which are contained in the teacher's Glogster account. Students can complete projects on one unit (see how-to video above) and those projects can be shared in the classroom Glogster site."
Dwayne Abrahams

graphite | The best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula rated for learning - 1 views

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    "Find the best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula rated for learning."
Dwayne Abrahams

August Teacher Resources - Websites You Can Go Back to School With - 2 views

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    "In the midst of going through your materials, setting up your bulletin boards, and writing new lessons, check out these websites which can help you add a little flash to the new school year."
Dwayne Abrahams

Google Plus Hangouts for Business: Customer Contact on Steroids - 0 views

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    "Hangouts are almost without a doubt the most touted feature of Google Plus, especially when it comes to business use of the platform"
Dwayne Abrahams

How to Use Google+ Hangouts for Your Business | Social Media Examiner - 0 views

  • How to Get Started

    Make sure you already have a Google+ account (and optionally a company page), then follow these steps. Install (or make sure you have installed) the Google Talk plugin. Follow all of the instructions to install the plugin. Then login to your Google+ account (see image for placement of steps):

    • Click the link to “Start your own hangout” in the right column. Check in the top right corner and select the personal account or company page you want to use to host this hangout.
    • If you have multiple cameras and microphones connected to your computer, make sure you select the one you prefer to use first.
    • Invite an entire circle, individuals or select Public.

      start a hangout

      The interface to start a hangout has a clean, simple design.

    • Give yourself time to practice. I’m part of a group of women on Google+ who routinely test out new features privately before we open up public hangouts.
    • Create the list of people you want to invite by putting them all in a circle. Then just invite the circle.
    • Create any documents you are going to share ahead of time in Google Docs to easily add them to the hangout.
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    "How to Get Started
    Make sure you already have a Google+ account (and optionally a company page), then follow these steps. Install (or make sure you have installed) the Google Talk plugin. Follow all of the instructions to install the plugin. Then login to your Google+ account (see image for placement of steps):
    Click the link to "Start your own hangout" in the right column. Check in the top right corner and select the personal account or company page you want to use to host this hangout.
    If you have multiple cameras and microphones connected to your computer, make sure you select the one you prefer to use first.
    Invite an entire circle, individuals or select Public.
    The interface to start a hangout has a clean, simple design.
    Here some tips for successful hangouts:
    Give yourself time to practice. I'm part of a group of women on Google+ who routinely test out new features privately before we open up public hangouts.
    Create the list of people you want to invite by putting them all in a circle. Then just invite the circle.
    Create any documents you are going to share ahead of time in Google Docs to easily add them to the hangout."
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