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Thomas Larkin

About Skype in the classroom | Skype in the classroom - 1 views

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    I have used Skype to read aloud to another classroom on the other side of the county.  I will be using it this year to connect to a class in Hawaii and will try to use it for reading, science and social studies.
Thomas Larkin

you found me. - 0 views

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    I think her book is great and has some interesting and thought provoking material.
Neil Groft

10 Big (But Never Discussed) Problems With Mobile Learning | Edudemic - 1 views

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    Thanks for the article Neil. It was a great read. I noticed the biggest issue at the school for me was accessibility due to cost. I never thought of a lot of the others, but looking back, I know that there are many devices in the school that are blocked from being used because of the network capacities.
N Butler

Digitally Immersed in the Challenges of Learning : Teacher Reboot Camp - 0 views

  • At some point in that journey we will feel frustrated, but eventually we will have that “Aha” moment where we think, “Yes! I accomplished this!” We can feel proud of ourselves for employing our higher order thinking skills and other tools like technology to solve a problem that challenged us and others.
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    Great motivation to start of the school year.
jan Minnich

Pixton for Schools | World's Best Comic-Making Software for Education - 0 views

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    This is web-based comic strip generation tool, which can help students engage and express their perception of a particular unit of study. They can create their own animated characters and demonstrate how these newly created characters might interact with other characters or their environment. There are a vast array of associated tools to help make this type of activity a routinely implemented element of the instruction process, including publication capability, templates, rubrics and much more.
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    Some of my students love Pixton, some get frustrated by the details. Its a great option to provide the students with when they need to demonstrate understanding of a concept.
Matthew Rogers

:: e-Learning for Kids :: - 0 views

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    This is a great resource of interactive websites that students can use independently or as a group on a variety of different topics
Ryan Donnelly

The truth about flipped learning | eSchool News - 2 views

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    Article on the Truth about Flipping your Classroom
N Butler

Schoology | Learn. Together. - 0 views

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    Alternative to Edmodo, no age restrictions.
Deb Sowers

cooltoolsforschools - Home - 1 views

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    Great site with numerous links to Web 2.0 Tools.
James Gates

Free Online Learning at GCFLearnFree.org - 1 views

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      I learned something new today.
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    Learn how to use any of MANY applications, from Office to Photoshop, etc. OUTSTANDING!! Basic skills on tons of apps
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    Check this out!
James Gates

LFE.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 1 views

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    Interesting read on how tech trends impact eduation
James Gates

10 Sites to Learn Something New in 10 Minutes a Day - 2 views

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    Not all of these sites will be open to you at school, but I thought it was an interesting collection of sites where you can quickly learn something new each day. Granted, it may not always be something you WANT to learn, but there y' have it. :)
James Gates

Learning Is Messy - Blog » Blog Archive » Process The Learning - 1 views

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    Interesting article for elementary teachers.
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    What do you think of this? DOes it surprise anyone?
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    Having taught first grade, it's not surprising. Retention is not easy for these lil kiddos. It requires loads of revisits. But as the author noted, talking about it helps cement those connections. Taking time for this is difficult with soooooo much to do, but well worth the time. My goal---have students review their learning each day and have a "reporter" podcast this to our school website.
Emily Reinert

1529.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 0 views

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    This is an article about the use of games in education - it's VERY LONG, but in section 8 there is a summary of the best points. Lisa, David and I are taking LTMS603 about gaming in education and I think this article makes a lot of good arguments for why we should try to use it!
James Gates

The Edurati Review: 10 Principles for the Future of Learning - 0 views

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    A must-read for any grad student in the IT program
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    A must-read for any grad student in the IT program.
Emily Reinert

SAGE-tv - 0 views

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    Simulation and Advanced Gaming Environments for Learning
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