Lynne Wolters
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Concordia University College of Education
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I serve as Assistant Professor of Educational Technology and teach online and face-to-face formats. All courses and all students create and maintain instructional/educational blogs. Additionally, I facilitate the Web 2.0 Tools for Schools pro dev group in Tapped In.

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Free 3D Software

Posted on April 29, 2007 at 1:36pm 0 Comments

I have not used any of these programs but thought some find have a interest in checking them out. Listing courtesy of Smosh Forum.

3Delight Free -

Anim8or -

Blender -

Now3D -… Continue

Free Image Editing/Manipulation Software

Posted on April 29, 2007 at 1:32pm 4 Comments

I have not used these programs but thought some of you may be looking for a free image editing program for you classroom use. Listing courtesy of Smosh Forums.

ArtRage -

ColorPic -

Deep Paint -… Continue

Reflecting on Educational Technologies

Posted on April 25, 2007 at 12:12am 5 Comments

The past couple of weeks have been a study in contrast and application. I've been working with a teacher-student teacher team conducting research in a public school head start classroom. I've watched my student teacher work with 3, 4, and 5-year olds. These preschoolers are using Fischer-Price digital cameras to identify patterns in nature, and within the classroom. These students are in the morning session. Afternoon session pre-schoolers are learning the same content but without the use of… Continue

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At 5:40pm on May 25, 2008, Kevin said…
Hello from Pennsylvania.
At 1:43pm on March 24, 2008, lisa said…
Hi Lynne!
I work for the University System and joined this Ning to find others in PDX to connect with. I haven't found a lot of ed tech in the teacher ed programs here and thought I was missing something...though in talking to people that seems to generally be the case here. Can I ask what specific program you teach in at Concordia?
At 1:50am on October 8, 2007, samccoy said…
From a TappedIN colleague. I look forward to this month's meeting with Jane Krauss and Suzi Boos with great anticipation.
At 8:09am on July 10, 2007, Chris Sloan said…
Hi Lynne. You've got a lot of good resources. I'll check out the Educational Wiki site first. Here's a screencast of how I used one wiki in my English class this past year.
At 10:40pm on July 9, 2007, Chris Clementi said…
Thanks for the invitation. I noticed you have comments on 3D software. I want to motivate myself to learn Blender. I heard it is pretty challenging.
At 3:30pm on July 3, 2007, David Black said…
Good to see you within Classroom 2.0, Lynne. Thanks for all you do to share resources with other teachers.

At 3:09pm on July 3, 2007, dave garland said…
Greetings and thanks for the links to web apps etc
At 2:58pm on July 3, 2007, Dan Bessie said…
Always glad to join the friendship group of another person ding worthwhile work. Thanks for the invite.

Our very best, Dan and Jeanne
At 2:43pm on July 3, 2007, Greg Mar10 said…
Hello from Mich. Thanks for the request.
I can't wait to check out the 3D software you have linked.
At 7:45am on July 3, 2007, ddeubel said…

I'm finally getting a chance to say hello! Such is the busy teacher's life or at least that of the teacher who is always curious and has their fingers in so many pies.

Thanks for linking me up to the 5 minds for the future discussion. I have so much to add there!!!! Ken and Connie, from reading their posts, seem like my twins. I will jump in this weekend for sure and say my piece......

I'm especially interested in technology so especially intersted in more discussions here and classroom 2.0 in general. I think of all the disciplines, my own, 2nd language acquisition , EFL , has the greatest debt to one day be owed to technology. So many possibilities and so few really digging and turning the soil. I hope to be one of them who grows some roots here and issues some fruit.

One thing I find with technology. Too often it is a "new' thing and taught passively. I really feel technology must be learnt through the backdoor, as young kids learn it. Give them a goal elsewhere and the technological learning comes with it. Use is letting loose......

Look forward to some fruitful discussions. Take a look at my own community, made for the moment of just those using my materials. (I am an avid collector and materials designer for ELL. )



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