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Dean Mantz

Voicethread 4 Education - Classroom Partners - 0 views

    Wiki provides numerous connections to other educators on a global scale looking to connect and collaborate on Voicethread projects. 
Dean Mantz

Educational Networking: The Important Role Web 2.0 Will Play in Education - 1 views

    Steve Hargadon write up on how Web 2.0 will play role in Education.
Dean Mantz

Social Networking & Internet Awareness | Library Media Tech Musings - 0 views

    Very solid article focusing on how the Internet usage should be approached with awareness.
Clif Mims

National Lab Day - 1 views

    An initiative to build local communities of support that will foster ongoing collaborations among volunteers, students and educators. Volunteers, university students, scientists, engineers, other STEM professionals and, more broadly, members of the community are working together with educators and students to bring discovery-based science experiences to students in grades K-12. When an educator posts a project, our system will help them get the resources needed to bring that project to fruition.
Clif Mims - Social Networking For Schools - 1 views

    Teachers can create an online community for their students.

    "Share inspiration, ideas, reading, thoughts. Post discussions, deadlines, homework. Instrantly create surveys for students. Keep parents informed of daily projects."

    "Not only will give your students the web 2.0 skills they need, but also expand their reading, writing, thoughts and ideas beyond the classroom setting."
Dean Mantz

k12wiki » Social Networking Acceptable Use - 1 views

  • IF we can work together, restrictions placed on all the students can be lightened. The crass actions of the few should not (but sadly do) hinder those of us who know how to behave. By this age, we should all know right from wrong. Myspace shouldn't have to be blocked; it should just be common knowledge that visiting your personal blog during your educational time period is not right.
  • IF you have to wonder if the site you want to use it appropriate, it probably isn't. But you do have teachers and administrators to view and help you make that judgement.
  • DON'T copyright infringe or plagarize or download anything illegally
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  • Code of Ethics

    Seek Truth and Express It
  • Minimize Harm
  • Be Accountable
  • Respect Information and its Infrastructure
Clif Mims

Discovery Educator Network - 0 views

    Global community of educators passionate about teaching with digital media.
Clif Mims

SchooNoodle - 0 views

    FREE online social bookmarking community made exclusively for K-12 educators.
Dean Mantz

ALA | AASL Best Web sites for Teaching and Learning Top 25 Award - 0 views

  • Diigo external link icon

    Need help in organizing your favorite websites? Diigo is a social bookmarking site that allows users to save websites, as well as tag them, add sticky notes and annotations, and share them with other users in various groups.

    Tip: Sticky notes are an effective way to start a virtual conversation among teams of students on the merits of a website.

  • Our Story external link icon

    Create your story! Our Story permits users to develop and save collaborative timelines that can be personalized with annotations, photos, and videos. Stories (timelines) can be printed in book format, archived on DVD, or even sent as postcards.

    Tip: Teach your students to develop content-specific timelines that are linked to the teaching of research and information literacy skills.

  • Primary Access external link icon

    Capture your students' imagination with movie narratives based on primary sources. Primary Access is an online tool that allows students and teachers to combine text, visual, and sound elements, which are then combined to convey information about their chosen historical event or time frame. A library of Primary Access movies is available through a catalog by historical time period.

    Tip: Encourage active learning: have students choose a historical event or time frame to research and synthesize their information through a Primary Access movie.

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