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Happy New Year! We are energized and excited to return after our winter break with Thomas Hauser, Marketing and Operations Director from the Symbaloo Team as our special guest. In our first webinar of the New Year we will be celebrating our 6th Anniversary on Classroom 2.0 LIVE as well as featuring a return visit to SymbalooEDU. Thomas has agreed to share the latest updates and features with SymbalooEDU (by popular demand from our participants who wanted to learn more about Symbaloo after the amazing presentations given a couple of years by Pam Cranford. If you haven't seen the recordings of our earlier Symbaloo shows they would be well worth watching before this show so you can come with your questions as well as your own Symbaloo links to share.

We are looking forward to celebrating our Anniversary and taking a few minutes at the beginning of the show to recognize our amazing 2014 special guest presenters, participants and Advisory Team members with a quick trip down memory lane. More information and session details are at If you're new to the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! show you might want to spend a few minutes viewing the screencast on the homepage to learn how we use Blackboard Collaborate, and navigate the site. Each show begins at 12pm Eastern (GMT-5) and may be accessed in Blackboard Collaborate directly using the following Classroom 2.0 LIVE! link at All webinars are closed captioned. Unsure of the time in your time zone? Click on the "Time Zone Conversion" link on our home page.

On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site ( you'll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent ”ClassFlow” session with our special guest Steven Anderson. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.

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Started by Steve Hargadon in Introductions. Last reply by Hallie Caddy on Friday. 4494 Replies

Please introduce yourself, let us know a little bit about you, and where you are from.

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Google Docs and Age Restriction

Started by Eve Heaton in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Grace Gorman Jan 14. 29 Replies

I just saw a video about google docs and thought it might be interesting to try out for a collaborate project idea I have for my fourth grade students. However, I noticed that in the terms and conditions that students have to be 13 years or older…Continue

Tags: Docs, Google

Teacher's use of podcasts as a teaching tool!

Started by Sue Palmer in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Ian Sherrey Jan 12. 40 Replies

Hello Everyone!I wonder if you can help me out?I am going to be presenting at an ed tech conference next week, discussing my use of teacher created podcasts and screencasts or "masterycasts" and how they have…Continue

Tags: podcasting, screencasting

Dyslexia & ELearning - best practice?

Started by Ian Sherrey in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Ian Sherrey Jan 12. 8 Replies

Hi everybody,My name is Ian and I'm a newbie to this community. I'm currently moving from classroom teaching to online delivery and am particularly interested in web 2.0 techniques, apps that support/enable learners with dyslexia. Is anyone in the…Continue

TPACK - a framework for technology integration

Started by Matt Townsley in Philosophy / Pedagogy. Last reply by Stacy Mercer Jan 9. 41 Replies

Hello, I am very much interested in a a framework called "TPACK."TechnologyPedagogyContent Knowledge(Image from, updated 3/16/09)The intersection of these three domains for any given educator…Continue

Tags: technology, tpack, tpck, knowledge, pre-service

TOEFL Reading Practice Section

Started by James Liu in Help or Feedback Needed Jan 6. 0 Replies

This section consists of 13 reading exercises. Each reading exercise contains 1 reading passage and 12 multiple choice questions similar to TOEFL exam.TOEFL NetworkContinue

Tags: ibt, test, practice, reading, TOEFL

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