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John Pearce

Summarity: Software That Summarizes - 1 views

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    Summarity is a software/website that condenses articles into digestible pieces it culls through the text and finds the sentences that seem most relevant. Summarity produces two types of results - block text of the summary, or a skimmed version that puts the summarized sentences in bold type. You can also use the Summarity bookmarks in your browser to block text or skim the actual website you are reading."
Rhondda Powling

Wiki Summarizer - 0 views

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    . Wiki Summarizer is a site that allows you to search Wikipedia, have articles summarized by key points, and provides lists of articles that are related to your original search. Recently, Wiki Summarizer got a few nice upgrades that should prove to be useful. In an effort to make Wiki Summarizer more visually appealing and easier to navigate, Wiki Summarizer offers expandable webs of related articles. For example, I searched for "German Shepherd" and a web of related terms was created. Clicking on the "+" symbol next to each term opens a new element of the web. All parts of the web link to Wikipedia articles.
Rhondda Powling

Online summarize tool (free summarizing) - 7 views

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    Summarize automatically creates a summary from your text entered either directly or from the address of a webpage. The most common words are also listed.
Rhondda Powling

Free Technology for Teachers: Where Will Kids Put the Internet in the World? - 1 views

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    A post from Richard Byrne. Read Write Web and Latitude recently conducted a survey of children in which they asked the kids to share the things they think computers and the Internet should do. As you might expect some of the responses were very imaginative. I look at the results of the survey as a preview of what computers and the Internet will do in the next decade or two. If you don't want to read the reports here and here, at least watch the video below summarizing some of the students' responses
Rhondda Powling

BBC News - Children who use technology are 'better writers' - 7 views

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    Article summarizing recent finding that shows students using technology especially for writing have better core literacy skills. "Children who blog, text or use social networking websites are more confident about their writing skills: - The National Literacy Trust.
Rhondda Powling

Dvolver Moviemaker. Make digital movies online. Formerly Dfilm. Home - 1 views

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    a tool to create your mini animations by pointing and clicking. You can choose the setting, characters, music at the background and how the chosen characters interact in your animation. You write what you want your characters to say and it shows up in bubbles in your animation. Children can watch a video and write an ending for it or they can summarize a story.
Tony Searl

Learning Reimagined: Participatory, Peer, Global, Online | DMLcentral - 4 views

  • I work from the first moments to persuade people that it's possible for all of us to learn together as a community in a more deeply satisfying and useful way than if students take responsibility only for their own learning
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  • shared goal of learning about infotention, curation, personal learning networks, and cooperation theory is our goal of becoming a learning community
  • Roles include searchers, chat summarizers, session summarizers, mindmap leaders, session bloggers
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  • Knowing why we use forums, blogs, wikis, synchronous chat and video, social bookmarks, mindmaps is the foundation for the kind of active inquiry, culture of conversation, self-directed collaborative groups that bring a peer learning group to life.
  • The magic in this simple whiteboard exercise is that multiple actions can take place simultaneously and nobody knows who is doing what.
  • talk about the importance of exploring close enough to the edge to fall over it frequently. I model tolerance for error, learning from error, pushing the envelope of tech
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    the chances of successful outcomes are multiplied when every person in the group makes a commitment to active participation in helping others learn.
Jenny Gilbert

Free Summarizer, an online automatic tool to summarize any text or article - 16 views

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    A tool to be wary of. 
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