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Dan Brooks

12 Ways To Be More Search Savvy | MindShift - 0 views

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    "ways to be even more efficient, more search-savvy..."
Dan Brooks

21 Things about 21 Things: Lessons Learned from Staff Development - 0 views

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    Session from ISTE 2010 with good ideas about delivering PD
Dan Brooks

New Missouri law on social-media 'friending' confounds teachers - KansasCity.com - 0 views

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    An attempt to protect kids with unintended consequences?
    Is it prescribing the wrong medicine (or amputation) for a different disease?
Dan Brooks

Getting Started - Googlios - 0 views

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    Google Sites + ePortfolios = Googlios
Dan Brooks

The Tech Curve: Augmented Reality - 0 views

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    Using Google Sketchup and some plugins, this teacher shares some examples of Augmented Reality and gives steps on how to do it.
    This is from almost 2 years ago.  One of many times when I feel WAY behind...
Dan Brooks

Education Week Teacher: The Courage To Blog With Students - 0 views

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    8 tips for blogging with students.  Includes link to feedback from kids about educational benefits of blogging.
    We are looking at adding blogger to Jeffco Google Apps for some users.
Dan Brooks

The new way we read: 10 ways digital books are changing our literary lives - The Denver... - 0 views

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    eBooks, Digital Resources - it is changing our personal consumption of content.  How will it change the way we consume, use, assign books and textbooks in our schools?
Dan Brooks

Technology helps make language click for students - The Denver Post - 0 views

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    Great article about reading, technology and different types of literacies.  Be sure to read the example from Fort Collins about the variety of ways to interact with the book, "Holes."

    some quotes:
    "Experts figure that kids today read and write even more than previous generations. And they do so in a broader and more complex environment - though not always in academic ways.""Mastering the technical aspects of multimedia tools is essential. And both reading and writing in the digital world demand a more collaborative approach, played out before an ever-widening audience equipped for rapid-fire feedback."
Dan Brooks

DAILY INSIGHT: Standing in the Back, Watching the Screens - 0 views

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    In a 1-to-1 laptop class, do students pay attention?
    Yes
    No
    and... It depends
Dan Brooks

Turning the Classroom Upside Down - WSJ.com - 0 views

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    Turning the Classroom Upside Down
    Why not have lectures at home and 'homework' at school-and let students learn at their own pace?
Dan Brooks

Siphoning the Fumes of Teen Culture: How to Co-opt Students' Favorite Social Media Tool... - 1 views

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     10 tips for using social media in the classroomTeachers should use social media in classroom lessons, and banning such tools will stifle learning and lead students to question teachers' relevance, university English professor Todd Finley writes in this blog post. Finley provides 10 guidelines for incorporating social media tools in the classroom. He offers several resources and suggests that teachers: create social media rules that are directive, but unrestricted; draw a distinction between academic and informal writing; and promote constructive online discussions. Edutopia.org/Todd Finley's blog 
Lynee Zajac Beck

Kathy Schrock's - Google Blooms Taxonomy - 1 views

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    Bloom's Taxonomy - using Google Tools.
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    The graphic below is a clickable image map. Simply click on the tool to visit it! 51 tools of Google grouped based on Blooms Taxonomy.
Dan Brooks

Harvard Education Letter: Top 10 Web Tools for Teachers - 0 views

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    Google Sites, Weebly, Edmodo, Wikispaces, Chatzy, TodaysMeet, Twitter, Vocaroo, Voki, Poll Everywhere
Dan Brooks

Google Notebooks changing the way Astoria High students learn | OregonLive.com - 0 views

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    Google Notebooks changing the way Astoria High students learn.

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    All computing on the notebooks is done on the Internet. Documents, applications and settings are stored on "clouds," and can be accessed from any Chrome Notebook. 
    "You can't download anything, so you will never have a virus," Scott Holmstedt  Astoria High School technology director. "And every time I open it up, it will be as fast as the first time I opened it up."
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