"Andy, some of my classes are using Kidblog.org for their blogs. The posts and the comments are open to anyone who wants to read or comment, making them easily shared and then easily as accessible. All posts are submitted for review and all comments…"
"I teach in a K-5 lower school of a PK-12 independent school. For the last 3 years, I had computer classes where I saw kids once a week. Depending on the age group, I did different things but all of the classes learned to create various presentations…"
"I start teaching students in Kindergarten and work with elementary through fifth grade. My K's use KidPix, Kidspiration, Voice thread and Word. My other students use those plus Photo Peach, Inspiration, Animoto, Flip cameras, Capzles, Glogster,…"
I made "How to" videos with my 5th graders then the 5th grade teacher added to the library by having the kids make 'How to" Math videos. We used Flip videos after the students wrote each step of the problem and…"
"Check out our school district's 1:1 pages. My children attend these schools. I went with our tech director to speak with the principal about their development of the program and they were very helpful. Lower Merion School District Tech pages"
"I have a wiki that I add the links to (when they are content related, i.e. math, language arts, etc.), I also created a livebinder for links I use with my students (K-5). Livebinder has a bookmarklet tool that makes it easy to add lihks right…"
"How about creating flashcards using Quizlet or Study Stacks? Both have a feature for adding images to the cards and both allow you to play games, practice, test, etc. There are more types of games in studystacks than quizlet but both might work for…"
"I created a calendar in Outlook that is in the public folders. Teachers can sign up for a block of time. I have all the prescheduled classes color-coded, then the teachers can see where there are empty slots. I have heard that others create a…"
"One other idea you may want to try is having PD sessions using elluminate. You can schedule them for afters school, lunchtime or whenever would be most convenient for the most people. The teachers from around the county can all participate, chat…"
"We have been visiting (public and independent) schools who have adopted the 1;1 computing. What we hear from each of them is that the PD is the most important step. Teachers (and parents) need to know the WHY of the initiative and then they need to…"
"Why not try having them either do it in a google doc or upload it to a google doc and share it with you. That way you can use the highlighter to show the mistakes and color code the mistakes (yellow=spelling. etc.)"