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Allison Burrell

About | Teacher Challenge - 23 views

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    "The Teacher Challenge is made up of free 30 day professional development challenges where participants are stepped through weekly tasks that increase their skills while working together as part of a global community.

    The Challenge is open to anyone who wants to increase their skills - blogs will be used for reflecting your progress while learning and connecting with each other. We've observed success of any use of online technology is strongly related to the teacher's abilities. The greater we support and increase a teacher's skills, the better they are able to support their students use of web 2.0 technologies.

    However blogs don't need to be hosted by Edublogs to participate!*

    Participants can complete as many of the tasks as they like and in any order."
Jennifer Garcia

How To Use Google Wave for Live Blogging - 15 views

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    "How To Use Google Wave for Live Blogging"
Jeff Johnson

kwout | A brilliant way to quote - 0 views

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    "kwout" is a way you quote a part of a web page as an image with an image map.

    To use this service, all you need is to add our bookmarklet to your favorite browser.
Clif Mims

ConnectSafely - 1 views

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    The forum for parents, teens, experts and more to discuss safe socializing on the fixed and mobile Web.
Josh Allen

Free Technology for Teachers: Soup.io A Simple Yet Feature-Packed Blogging Platform - 0 views

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    Blog post describing Supio, a blogging platform that has a group blog feature. Could be an interesting test in a classroom.
Jeff Johnson

Twittering, Not Frittering: Professional Development in 140 Characters | Edutopia - 0 views

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    As soon as the lunch bell rings at his elementary school in Medford, Oregon, teacher David Cosand takes a few minutes to scan his mobile phone screen for messages that have accumulated throughout the morning in his Twitter account. In a few well-chosen words, the people Cosand follows via this free online service share their latest news, resources, questions, and (sometimes) trivia about education, technology, and related topics.
    Cosand became a Twitterer about a year ago, and he now considers Twitter one of his best sources of real-time professional development. "I'm able to get information and find opportunities I wouldn't have been able to gather on my own," he says.
Clif Mims

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Clif Mims

FriendFeed - About Us - 0 views

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      This might be an interesting way to facilitate conversation in classes and professional development.
  • FriendFeed enables you to keep up-to-date on the web pages, photos, videos and music that your friends and family are sharing. It offers a unique way to discover and discuss information among friends.
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  • It’s also fast and easy to start discussions around shared items. On FriendFeed, you and your friends contribute to a shared stream of information — information that you care about, because it's from the people that you care about.
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    This might be an interesting way to facilitate conversation in classes and professional development.
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