Teresa Bartholomew
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I need help finding .edu websites.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Herschel Sarnoff Apr 30, 2010. 8 Replies

I am having a hard time finding websites that are .edu or .org  all I can find are .com.  I can only use those website addresses that end in edu or org for my research.  Can anyone help me learn how…Continue

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Asian countries, leaders of technology-US, zero

Posted on December 5, 2009 at 11:41am 7 Comments

I have never typed a blog before, but I have something that has been on my mind. I think those around me are tired of listening to me about this so here I am.

I have been taking a technology class for the past 4 months. I have become overwhelmed with the amount of technology out there that students and teachers don't have access to, whether it be from lack of know-how or from not having access to the technology.

We (the education community) have to change how we teach and what we… Continue

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At 5:06am on December 6, 2009, Denise Bonovitch said…
Hey, how are you doing with the rest of your assignments? I'll need to revise my "Vision" just a bit from your suggestion. No one else has commented with changes.
I've got to get started revising my portfolio. Yuck. I dread this because I'll not let it go.
Keep in touch.
At 6:00pm on December 5, 2009, Denise Bonovitch said…
Hey Teresa,

Thanks for the suggestion to use Classroom 2.0. Lots of fun and very educational. I think it's also a great support mechanism for myself.
At 7:07pm on October 17, 2009, Mike said…
Depending on the age group, subject, etc, the answer to that question will vary. I think most people agree, however, that process is important. This means taking a large research project, breaking it up into stages, and checking student progress at each stage. That way, you get to check student progress throughout the process and know how they got from source material to finished product. It also takes the pressure of the student. If most of the work is already behind them when it comes time to write the final paper, the pressure that frequently leads to plagiarism is off.


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