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Gabriela Grosseck

Kids today vs. kids in 1982: What a difference a generation makes | Articles - 1 views

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    It's good to be a kid these days. Or rather, it's better to be a teenager now than it was 30 years ago. That's the essential argument made in an infographic from Besteducationdegrees.com. Today's teens make more money in their crummy jobs, enjoy PlayStation instead of Coleco Vision, and have cell phones on which they listen to their music.
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    That's a very nice infographic. How can we use it in the classroom?
jensvermeersch

edshelf is a directory of digital tools for educators - 2 views

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     there now is an edtech app store! Well, it's more like an app directory but you get the point. It's called edshelf and is an easy-to-use directory all the great web 2.0 tools out there just waiting for educators to try them out. You can share your experience with the tools, add your own, store a 'shelf' of your favorite tools, and more. 
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    What a great idea! :)
Gabriela Grosseck

100 COMPLETELY FREE Distance Learning Resources for Homeschoolers - Distance Education.org - 0 views

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    April 08, 2009 By Jennifer Williamson , Distance-Education.org Columnist | Home-schooling your kids? Check out these free online resources for parents and kids of all ages-including lesson plans, activities, educational online games, test prep, online high schools, forums and support groups.
angela rees

If Charles Darwin Created Foursquare, It Might Look Like This - 0 views

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    biology ecology app for mobile
jensvermeersch

Web 2.0 ERC | Simplifying Web 2.0 Education - 0 views

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    The Web 2.0ERC European Union funded project is designed to help educators who find ICT confusing to have a simple and secure environment to use ICT in their work and in their classes. The project project has built a simple web platform that includes the most popular tools (Wikis, Blogs, communications, Social Networking etc.) with clear guides on: How to use the toolsHow they can be used in educationThe platform is currently undergoing final piloting and adjustments, and will be available soon. The project has also looked at other Web 2.0 tools that can be used to create content, share the content and communicate. Members of the Web2.0ERC Community of Practice have contributed to the repository of tools.All the work of the project has been piloted with the target groups of the project and the resources produced adapted based on the piloting.
jensvermeersch

Disrupting the Institution - 0 views

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    Driven by passionate innovators engaged in the proverbial "thinking outside the box," disruptive innovation creates new values and new networks...something institutions find, at best, difficult to accommodate, at worst something to fear and repress. What, then, does disruptive innovation look like inside the educational institution? What do innovative educators do with--and demand from--their students? From flipping the classroom and mobile learning to social media and students as creators, let's examine some real-life educational innovations, try out some interesting technologies, share from our own experiences, and brainstorm ways to move forward despite institutional lethargy and the chorus of nay-sayers who claim innovation is impossible.
jensvermeersch

Education Nation 2011: 7 Tips For Using Social Media in Your Classroom - 0 views

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    7 Tips For Using Social Media in Your Classroom
jensvermeersch

Zanran Numerical Data Search - 0 views

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    Your source for data & statistics - graphs, charts and tables
jensvermeersch

FM (Flashmeeting) - 1 views

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    The Flashmeeting Project includes an application based on the Adobe Flash 'plug in' and Flash Media Server. Running in a standard web browser window, it allows a dispersed group of people to meet from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Typically a meeting is pre-booked by a registered user and a url, containing a unique password for the meeting, is returned by the server. The 'booker' passes this on to the people they wish to participate, who simply click on the link to enter into the meeting at the arranged time. During the meeting one person speaks (i.e. broadcasts) at a time. Other people can simultaneously contribute using text chat, the whiteboard, or emoticons etc. while waiting for their turn to speak. This way the meeting is ordered, controlled and easy to follow. A replay of the meeting is instantly available, to those with the 'unique' replay url.
fernando albuquerque costa

The Museum of Online Museums - 1 views

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    The Museum of Online Museums (MoOM) This site is edited by Coudal Partners, a design, advertising and interactive studio in Chicago, as an ongoing experiment in web publishing, design and commerce.
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