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AITSL May eNews - 0 views

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    AITSL's May eNews. Great for all teachers and those in training. Also on Twitter @aitsl.
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Blended Learning - YouTube - 0 views

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    Innovative use of blended learning, using a rotating centres approach: Teacher instruction, Group work, Technology group. They are able to do more differentiated instruction within this model and looks like they're using some digital curriculum or an LMS.
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Glassboard. Private group sharing done right. - 2 views

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    Glassboard is an app for Android, Windows, and iOS phones that enables you to create and participate in private groups. Using the app you can create and participate in as many groups as you like. You can specify which groups can see the content you share and you can share notes, links, pictures, and videos. The content you share and the content others share with you is displayed in a news feed on your mobile device.
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Blastgroups - Create a Free Group Website and Email List for any Group - 1 views

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    A Blast Group is similar to a Ning, but FREE!! Allows the creation, for each of your students, their own page. It can have their own "stream", plus you can have a main page with a forum, blog, links, calendar etc. The idea is that students will contribute useful links etc, have a place where they can bounce ideas off each other, be aware of deadlines, as well as having their own space to capture their thoughts as we go along. Blast Groups can be private or public
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SoundCloud - Your Sound, At The Heart - 7 views

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    Site is great for audio applications and distributing audio via cloud "SoundCloud is a platform that puts your sound at the heart of communities, websites and even apps. Watch conversations, connections and social experiences happen, with your sound as the spark."
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Ridiculously easy file-sharing: Let's Crate. - 4 views

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    "Visit Crate and sign on. You'll be presented with a list of crates, normally representing separate areas of files. Select one of the crates. Drag-and-drop all of the files you want to your heart's content. After a short uploading period they'll be stored on the cloud. Mmmmm, legendary cloud. Now, you can share away, either by crate or by individual file. We provide a short URL for ease-of-use. You can also invite someone to add files themselves!"
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Glance - Desktop Sharing, Web Demos, Web Presentations with One Click | Glance - 0 views

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    In one click, guests anywhere see your screen from their browser.
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Langwitches » Sharing in Education- Is it Changing? - 0 views

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    If we are truly working towards 21st century skills, isn't collaboration one of them? Isn't the word "Collaboration" defined as working towards a common goal by sharing knowledge?
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