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Anne Weaver

Global Read Aloud | One Book to Connect the World - 7 views

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    One Book to Connect the World
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    One Book to Connect the World
Donna Baumbach

Icebergs - 14 views

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    collaborative cloud workspace for groups
Cathy Oxley

Students hate group assignments | The Australian - 15 views

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    "My biggest tip for surviving group tasks is to appoint a group leader, just one, who will evenly distribute tasks. Aim to meet as a group face to face at least once a week for a minimum one hour, allowing for ideas and concepts to flow between the group without the restrictions and limitations of the online world."
Donna Baumbach

MashPlant - MashPlant.com Studio - 15 views

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

    Read more here http://blog.findingdulcinea.com/2013/03/introducing-mashplant.html  "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."
Cathy Oxley

Digital Learning Day :: Project Based Learning - 22 views

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    Resources to support schools in implementing project-based learning.
Martha Hickson

7 Great Tools to Annotate Webpages and Documents - 31 views

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    These tools will allow you to easily highlight, annotate and clip any part of a webpage and share it with others.
Fran Bullington

Collaborative Planning - 24 views

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    Jennifer LaGarde's library collaboration page and planner.
Jane Lofton

Learn It In 5 - Do you use Today's Meet? - 32 views

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    Video explaining how to use TodaysMeet
Jane Lofton

TodaysMeet - 12 views

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    Very easy to set up backchannel software that could be used for student input during a class session.
Angie Spann

Comment on, edit, and fill PDF files, Word documents, images and more | Crocodoc - 22 views

    • Angie Spann
       
      Teachers could use this as a common place to have a group read a text and annotate it with questions, ideas, etc.  Students could then comment on each others annotations. Art teachers could use this as a way to have students critique each others work.  Social Studies teachers could use this to analyze primary source documents.
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    Sharing thoughts and comments on a common article.
Janet Allen

- Top 100 Sites of 2011 | Diigo - 41 views

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    From the Tech & Learning Blog
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    More great sites to investigate Thks for sharing
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