Matthew Pearson
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  • Kansas City, MO
  • United States
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Matthew Pearson commented on Box Ruiz's group Teachers in Google Wave
"just found EtherPad and learned it had been acquired by Google. I then attempted to join Google Wave. But as of right now, you need an invitation to use Google Wave. I would LOVE an invitation to begin exploring the possibilities for classroom use…"
Apr 6, 2010
Matthew Pearson replied to Denise Stewart's discussion Does anyone know of any FREE typing sites out in cyberland?
"one site I have used in the past is It is free. THey aven sent me posters displaying color-coded finger placement. I could monitor student progress and students could work on it anytime they had Internet access. I found…"
Mar 2, 2010

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At 2:15am on April 27, 2010, Pradip Alfred Joshi said…
Thanks Mathew Pearson for your freindship with me.
At 12:14pm on March 3, 2010, Klista Lawyer-Reynolds said…
Hi, Matthew!
Yes, I did use Web 2.0 tools with 4th and 5th graders. We used blogs regularly, and I did an action research project with 5th graders and Web 2.0 tools as a master's "thesis" paper.
Here's a link to tips when using web 2.0 tools with elementary kids:
And here's a link to the blog we used:
I'd love to help in any way I can! I train eMINTS teachers for our district now, so if you need some collaborative partners, just let me know.

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