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Nedra Isenberg

Teaching with Technology / Index - 39 views

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    Huge resource! Topics include:
    Tools for Creating Editing and Sharing
    Tools for Communicating and Networking
    Tools for Managing Time, Tasks, and Information
    Tools for Making it All Work
Nedra Isenberg

webtoolsinaction [licensed for non-commercial use only] / FrontPage - 12 views

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    "Please share examples of how you have used these tools to help train teachers. Sometimes how we use these tools to teach adults can spark ideas for how to use them in the classroom.

    I am not interested in finding the absolute BEST ways to implement web tools into the classroom. I am looking for ALL examples of how teachers have used these tools. Teachers have this amazing way of taking a project and putting their own spin on it to make it work for them and their students, but many times we just need an example to get us going."
Dean Mantz

Teaching with Technology / Index - 27 views

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    Web 2.0 tools indexed and categorized by key topics.
Allison Burrell

Web 2.0 Tools - 1 views

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    "450+ Educational Web 2.0 tools and guides
    Teachers: We've scoured the web for the best, most powerful, easy-to-use sites to help you infuse technology into the classroom.

    Students These are sites your can use to improve learning, have fun. Homework sites, in-depth resources, learning games and more.

    Parents These tools are to use to work with your child. Keep them on pace with their classes. Or, keep them ahead on subjects they like. "
Allison Burrell

Home (Becoming an eTeacher) - 0 views

  • Who this course is for?

    • Any teacher who ever wanted a practical way to begin their eTeaching adventure but didn't know where to start.
    • Any teacher who thought it might be useful to have a website for their educational work.
    • Any teacher who is curious about how the Internet can be used to help their students.
Allison Burrell

How Twitter in the Classroom is Boosting Student Engagement - 0 views

  • Fortunately, educators (including myself) have found that Twitter is an effective way to broaden participation in lecture. Additionally, the ubiquity of laptops and smartphones have made the integration of Twitter a virtually bureaucracy-free endeavor. This post describes the two main benefits professors find when using Twitter in lecture.
  • Students in another Twitter-friendly classroom at Purdue University agree that digital communication helps overcome the shyness barrier. “It’s just an easy way to answer questions in class without embarrassing yourself and raising your hand in a big lecture hall,” said one student. Studies frequently discover that greater participation translates into better academic performance, motivation, and a likelihood of adopting different points of view, which is why it is so striking that Twitter can foster that type of communication.
lisandro mierez

ADC Presents - Preview - Desktop Integration in Adobe AIR 2 | Adobe TV - 0 views

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    Adobe AIR Senior Engineering Manager Arno Gourdol highlights the functionality of storage volume mount notifications and document launching in the next version of Adobe AIR 2.
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    Adobe AIR Senior Engineering Manager Arno Gourdol highlights the functionality of storage volume mount notifications and document launching in the next version of Adobe AIR 2.
Dean Mantz

Web 2.0 Literacy Tools Master List Fall - 21 views

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    Web 2.0 literacy tools
Chris Harkness

Back to School: 15 Essential Web Tools for Students - 3 views

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    Includes evernote, diigo, delicious, google docs, citeme
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