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Judy O'Connell

Blogging with Students - 16 views

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    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
Donna Baumbach

The Best Sites For Creating Personalized "Newspapers" Online - 26 views

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    | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day...
Donna Baumbach

"Viva La Social Media Revolución" - 4 views

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    CASL Gwyneth Jones Webinar - June 2011
    Archived webinar
Anthony Beal

Information Literacy Website » UK IL tutorials - 0 views

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    From the CILIP Information Literacy Group web site - http://www.informationliteracy.org.uk/
Anthony Beal

Information Literacy Website » IL reuseable learning objects - 0 views

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    From the CILIP Information Literacy Group web site - http://www.informationliteracy.org.uk/
Jamie Camp

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

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    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?)
Jamie Camp

Teacher Reboot Camp - 0 views

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    tons of online pd opportunities! Some great ideas for tchrs' individualized summer pd
Jamie Camp

Free Royalty Free Music Loops and Full Length Tracks - 1 views

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    Some of these tracks might be useful for some of our podcasting projects--ck user agreement.
Jamie Camp

Cutting library funding has consequences | PennLive.com - 0 views

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    Well said. This should be shared with all school board members and administrators.
    School Libraries Matter!
Jamie Camp

World's Simplest Online Safety Policy - Sayville, NY, United States, ASCD EDge Blog post - 1 views

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    Excellent analysis/recommendations about what really is and isn't required by US law regarding student work online.
    Best lines are the last paragraph:
    These laws were passed to keep children safe, not keep children out of the 21st century. With a little common sense we can ensure schools are not committing educational neglect by keeping students stuck in the past.
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