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Scooping up sites that were recommended at the recent Teaching and Learning with Vision conference. There were many innovative educators there both face to face and virtual with lots to share.
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David A. Wiley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

David A. Wiley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | TLV11 | Scoop.it

David is Chief Openness Officer of Flat World Knowledge and founder of the Open High School of Utah. This wikipedia entry gives links to these interesting educational developments

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20 Great Youtube Features And Tricks You Need To Know

20 great youtube features http://www.simplyzesty.com/video/20-great-youtube-features-and-tricks-you-need-to-know/

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Teaching and Learning with VIsion conference papers

Any resources given from presenters re papers, wikis, blogs etc will be published here.

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Free publishing site

Free publishing site especially for student work

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http://store.steampowered.com/genre/Free%20to%20Play/

Free to play games as tweeted by one of the virtual particpants. Some games better than others

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Games in Education

A wiki full of suggested games for use in education

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Best of Web 2.0 suggested sites

This site was tweeted out as listing the 'best of'   many classified web2.0 tools

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Sharing the moral imperative

A presentation by Dean Shareski for the K 12 Online conference as recommended viewing by @courosa (Alec Couros) http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=610

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Geeking the Tweets for your presentations

The Couros brothers and Dean Groom used twitter to send out any links that they were referring to in their presentations. Cogdog explains how.

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The Folding Story

A group storytelling game

 http://foldingstory.com/

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Lego QR Code

A student creates his own qr code with lego http://spicylearning.wordpress.com/2011/10/12/the-239450th-time-a-student-amazes-me/

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PechaFlickr

Can you improve, says Simon Brown (@skytrystjoy)? Enter a tag, and see how well you can make sense of 20 random flickr photos, each one on screen for 20 seconds. See advanced options to chose different number of slides or timing.

pechaflickr = the sound of flickring

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Kevin Honeycutts website

Kevin's websites which has some great resources including a page for free educational resources.

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Anarchy in Learning

Anarchy in Learning as shown by Steve Collis

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The networked teacher

Alec Couros' diagram of the networkded teacher

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Suggested twitter tools for powerpoint

Here are some suggested twitter tools for use with MS Powerpoint and presentations

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Quest Atlantis

Gaming and virtual worlds for the young as presented by Bron Stuckey

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