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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."
Donna Baumbach

Pegby: Peg it up, Move it Around, Get it Done. - 19 views

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    Pegby wants you to stop using those sticky notes that seem to be everywhere on and around your work desk, and instead use their cards and stacks to manage tasks. Their task management board is divided into mainly three columns - pending, in process and done (you can add more columns if you need them), and in each column you can add cards which are basically tasks and their descriptions. Different cards (tasks) can be combined together into a named stack, each card or stack can be dragged or dropped across columns. You can also invite people and jointly create and manage tasks.

    Each card can be customized in various ways. Its color can be changed, it can be tagged and much more. There's a way to filter your board too if you think it's full of clutter.

    Features:

    * Manage tasks through online cards and stacks.
    * Have family members use it along with you.
    * Add columns to the board, drag and drop cards.
    * Similar tools: Corkboard, Pindax and WallWisher.

Bright Ideas

ClairvauxLibrary - home - 7 views

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    Take a look at Pam Niewman's fantastic new library wiki.
Beverley Humphrey

Wallwisher in the Classroom | Thinking About Learning - 14 views

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    Beverly,
    Is wallwisher a program that can be put on my school library website? I am fuzzy about how to
    use it with students in my K-3 school library.
    Susan
Jane Lofton

What was your favorite recent book? by Mrs. L - 0 views

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    I love this one. Great way for students to share and comment on books!
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