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Free Technology for Teachers: Rubrics for Assessing Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts

Free Technology for Teachers: Rubrics for Assessing Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts | educational technology for teachers | Scoop.it

Through a Tweet by Mike Muir, I recently learned that the University of Wisconsin, Stout has organized a nice collection of rubrics for assessing digital projects. In the collection you will find rubrics for assessing student blogging, student wikis, podcasts, and video projects. Beyond the rubrics for digital projects there are rubrics for activities that aren't necessarily digital in nature. For example, you can find rubrics for writing, research, and oral presentations

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Qwiki - The Information Experience

Qwiki - The Information Experience | educational technology for teachers | Scoop.it

A better way to experience information....  Pictures, subtitles and read aloud text on MILLIONS of topics.  Great for ELL students.

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GOOGLE Knol is a FREE platform to work together with learners in educational related context...

GOOGLE Knol is a FREE platform to work together with learners in educational related context... | educational technology for teachers | Scoop.it

 Knol is a wiki-like tool that some call Google's answer to Wikipedia. Like Wikipedia, Knol empowers users to collaborate on information, sharing it online. Unlike Wikipedia, Knol offers media embedding and sharing via social media tools, like Twitter.

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Blog > Poll Results: What Web 2.0 Tools Will Teachers be Using This Year?

Blog > Poll Results: What Web 2.0 Tools Will Teachers be Using This Year? | educational technology for teachers | Scoop.it

What other teachers enjoy using in their classrooms.

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