My experience with Classroom 2.0 as tool for learning and professional development has been a good one. I have been using it with my classes in conjunction with Blackboard (a LMS) for several weeks. The beauty of Classroom 2.0 thus far, is that it has provided my masters students with a collaborative environment to discuss with peers the pedagogical…Continue
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There is a very interesting conversation going on regarding Marc Prenskys hypotheses on digital natives and digital immigrants it is worth reading and thinking about. Also if you haven't already seen one of the many videos on change, I have included a link to an oldie but…Continue
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"A portal to Connect Classrooms to the World: Global Citizens can Share Talents and Skills with Students. Teachers can find Global Citizens (Volunteers) willing to help in a field of interest that they are working on in their class."
FieldFindr: Where teachers can meet global citizens with skills to share.
It started with a…Continue
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I like to use wikis for much of the work that I do. I think that they allow me a great deal of freedom to be creative in their construction without being overwhelming, give me just enough gadgets
and plug-ins to keep me busy and suit my purpose when it comes to
organization and access. Right now I use one for my planning, another I used with my class last year to gather information about Medieval Europe, a…
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Welcome to my blog! I'm going to write an ongoing blog regarding safety and technology in schools, and how we can use technology to augment the most important facets of our safety strategies. Never before has safety been more on the forefront of our minds as parents, teachers, and administrators. There are so many thing we can do to improve safety, that a frank, and open discussion about our schools' policies and practices can only lead to positive results. I plan on covering…Continue
This evening the Greeenbush Edusim application got a writeup on http:/ww.Mashable.com !
EduSim is a very cool whiteboard tool that incorporates a virtual, 3D learning environment for teachers and students, k-12. Built on the
open source virtual world software Croquet, EduSim offers a pretty
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