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Magento and Magento 2 Wordpress Integration Services in Gurgaon - India - 0 views

    Magento and Magento 2 Wordpress Integration services in India. Our Magento WordPress Integration Services includes Two-way integration, WordPress Blog Design and much more.
Amy Kelly-Graham

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  • Sticky notes are an effective way to start a virtual conversation among teams of students on the merits of a website.
  • Seeking new teaching strategies? If you’ve got an old lesson that you want to breathe new life into, Curriki can help. It is a free member website where educators share ideas and hear from others in the profession. Tip: If you have a lesson that you love to teach with your students, share it with others. Everyone can be successful if we all help each other to be better teachers.
  • What could be better? You Tube – just for teachers and students! Teacher Tube offers videos solely for the field of education. Videos are created by teachers and students to be shared with other teachers and students. Tip: A great way to have students share their work with parents and for teachers to share with other teachers, peers, and administrators, both on-campus and off.
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  • Do you like to play with words or create visual poems? A "Wordle" enables you to create a word "cloud," visually depicting the relationship between words based on their frequency of use. You can tweak your word "clouds" with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. Tip: Teach students to create a Wordle to express their reading interests or their favorite book.
  • Do you find it difficult to keep up with the latest Web 2.0. technologies? Join Classroom 2.0 Ning, a social network for educators who are using or want to use Web 2.0 in their libraries and classrooms. Tip: Look at the Classroom 2.0 weekly webinars, featuring leading Web 2.0 educators  - a great way to learn for both the novice and experienced educator.
  • Create your own social network for your classroom, your school group or your library. Share your ideas, pictures, and plans. Choose the features, a forum, a blog, members' pages, RSS feeds - whatever you would like to share and collaborate and control the membership. Tip: Classroom or library nings give students opportunities to learn how to effectively and safely be members of an online social network.
  • What are you doing? Twitter, a website for communication among friends and colleagues, is based on this question. Everyone who is connected to your account can know what you are doing at anytime, just send a "tweet."  This is a way for everyone to keep track of everyone else. Tip: Students working in research teams, designate secretaries to keep the instructor and librarian up to date on how the group is doing throughout the project.
    From the American Association of School Librarians
    Ideas on tech available to use.
Jenny Odau

Learn It In 5 - Home - 0 views

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      Great tool for Staff Development. Use these to increase student motivation to perform AND maintain their interest in your content/class.
    Our user-friendly site navigation allows users to browse various Web 2.0 technologies or complete a direct search to easily locate exactly what you need in your digital classroom. Simple how-to videos and slidesharing screencasts for integrating Web 2.0 applications like Delicious, Twitter, Ning, Kidblog, TeacherTube, VoiceThread, Skype, Google Docs, Blogger and many more make creating an amazing digital learning environment as easy as click and view.
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The Atavist Matures as a Publisher and a Platform - - 0 views

  • a template for articles that seamlessly integrated video, easily toggled between print and audio versions, and let the reader control text size, scrolling rate and other features.
  • The Atavist will release a free version of its software, and people who sign up can begin building children’s books or travelogues or whatever else they fancy, some of which will become part of its online marketplace. Using the so-called freemium model, The Atavist may charge people fees for additional features — like the ability to create an app that could be sold by Apple — and will be making money by taking a cut of sales.
  • They wanted a tool and a platform that would be fungible enough to allow articles to be sold for the iPad, the Kindle and other e-readers.
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