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Donna Baumbach

MashPlant - Studio - 15 views

    "MashPlant Studio is a 21st century education tool that promotes creativity and collaboration in your classroom and at home."

    Read more here  "Teachers create one or more studios - small, private social networks - and invite their students to join via assignments on the teacher's blog. Teachers maintain a degree of control to keep order if necessary."
Ellen Robinette

Collaborize Classroom Topic Library - 1 views

    Offers suggested blog/discussion topics organized by school subject.
Brenda Anderson - 22 views

    Will Richardson's new blogging site.
Judy O'Connell

Blogging with Students - 16 views

    As you might well know I am really enthusiastic about blogging with students. I have shared my adventures through several opportunities and I'm determined to keep spreading the word in order to bring other educators on board.
    Therefore, I have created a LiveBinder with useful tools, examples and resources. I thought this would be a good idea to encourage other teachers to get their kids blogging
Jamie Camp

Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog: How to Compose a Quality Comment! - 0 views

    This is an excellent explanation of how to make a quality comment on a blog that will extend the conversation. Intro'd by the tchr, and explained by the students (about 2nd gr?)
Bright Ideas

We Love Learning - 9 views

    Classroom teacher Nicole McMahon at St Luke the Evangelist School in Blackburn has developed a blog for her Prep class.
Donna Baumbach

Looking to Ramp Up Your Library Web Site? Try a Blog. - 2 views

    whys and hows of using blogs in a school library media center - 1/1/2010 - School Library Journal
Pam Jeffrey

Digitally Speaking / Blogging - 7 views

  • Using Feed Readers


    Feed readers are probably the most important digital tool for today's learner because they make sifting through the amazing amount of content added to the Internet easy.  Also known as aggregators, feed readers are free tools that can automatically check nearly any website for new content dozens of times a day---saving ridiculous amounts of time and customizing learning experiences for anyone. 


    Imagine never having to go hunting for new information from your favorite sources again.  Learning goes from a frustrating search through thousands of marginal links written by questionable characters to quickly browsing the thoughts of writers that you trust, respect and enjoy.


    Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it?


    It's not!  Here's a Commoncraft tutorial explaining RSS Feeds in Plain English:


Donna Baumbach

Nik's Quick Shout: How to Sheets - 0 views

    * How to create online presentations and import videos from YouTube using 280Slides
    * How to create an online journal using
    * How to create and change the appearance of word clouds using Wordle
    * How to create an animated movie using Dvolver"
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