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21st Century Concepts-Technology in the Classroom
Strategies for enhancing student achievement in today's technology-rich classrooms.
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Symbaloo collection of recommended web2.0 tools for educators

Symbaloo collection of recommended web2.0 tools for educators | 21st Century Concepts-Technology in the Classroom | Scoop.it
I really like Symbaloo! A place where you can organize and share your favorite websites. How do you like Symbaloo?

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Sue Alexander's curator insight, May 9, 2013 10:35 AM

Wonderful tool for quick access to the Web. Worth exploring.

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Curation Tools: The Top10 Timeline Builders Compared

Curation Tools: The Top10 Timeline Builders Compared | 21st Century Concepts-Technology in the Classroom | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Here is a great comparison table for ten different timeline building tools which allow you to create curated collections, documents, reports and stories built around the relationship of events, facts and images on a timeline.


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What do you want to CREATE today? Mapping Media to the Curriculum

What do you want to CREATE today? Mapping Media to the Curriculum | 21st Century Concepts-Technology in the Classroom | Scoop.it

Wesley Fryer has published a book, "Playing with Media: Simple Ideas for Powerful Sharing." This website provides information in 15 areas such as Interactive Writing, Narrated Slideshow/Screencast, Simulation and Visual Notetaking. 

In each area he provides a definition, a description of the workflow, links to tools and student examples. If you are considering trying some new tools check out this website for ideas!


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