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Whether you're 8 or 88, you can learn something new on the web.
Wondering what BYOD means or if your school is ready for it? In this 8-minute Pedagogical Quickie, I present some of the many advantages and limitations of his concept for education.
Gust MEES: A MUST WATCH Video! Best I have seen about BYOD... It explains very well...
Cute cartoon figures combined with a Star Trek analogy is a recipe for success. Thanks for passing on this BYOD gem.
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I composed this list of 101 websites for social studies teachers by scouring the depths of the interwebs for quality resources.
I came across all kinds of sites dedicated to U.S. history, world history, culture, geography, maps, economics, etc., but these are the ones I found to be most up-to-date, accurate and professional.
We are all different...we are all the same.
I do wish there was more context than just the location so as to help gain a better understanding of the classroom and country being depicted. Nonetheless, it's still a good way to gain some insight into other locations around the world.
How-To use Twitter with success for Education and more… . . Ever wanted to use Twitter but didn’t find his utility? You tried Twitter but you didn’t have that success with it?
My students are now blogging online! It’s quite exciting. We started by working through the blogging concept and process using paper blogs and a week later, we put those same ideas on our class blog.
But first, we needed to make sure we were safe! In fact, I first had to have multiple meetings with my principal, the technology teacher and integration specialist – understandably so! This is a big step when it’s the first time young students will be putting themselves out there. But I made a few assurances that using kidblog.org would be safe. First, I designed this go around so that all the students’ posts would only go live after I approved them. I also made certain that would be the case for all the comments. In addition, I created our classes blog so that the posts would only be viewable by our classmates when they are logged on. In other words, it’s a closed blog.
No one can see our posts, just us.
InfoRapid KnowledgeMap is a complete Knowledge Management System suitable for use at home, at work or on the company intranet.
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If you are looking for a deeper look into curating, it can be found. I want to build a curation tool, so I am working my way though my backlog of pinboard links about curation. Here I have a list of all the tools I can find that would be considered curation tools.
Consumer / Personal Tools
Stellar : http://stellar.io/
Storify : http://storify.com/
Bundlr : http://gobundlr.com/
Scoop It : http://www.scoop.it/
Curated By : http://www.curated.by/
Thoora : http://thoora.com/
Postpost : http://postpo.st/
Snipi : http://www.snipi.com/
trap!t : http://trap.it/
scrible : http://www.scrible.com/
faveous : http://www.faveous.com/
memonic : http://www.memonic.com/home
Bag The Web : http://bagtheweb.com/
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