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A few weeks ago I embarked upon the unknown (to me, that is) and launched a project with my niece who teaches 6th grade in Arkansas (I live in Iowa). We combined our classes via Skype and had our students work on a collaboration project covering the national parks of the United States. The end result was INCREDIBLE.
This week I had the opportunity to Skype with a Technology Integration Teacher who works at an elementary school outside Boston.
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The information below is taken from a recent posting on www.onlinecollegesanduniversities.com .
Elementary Film Festival Date Change The film festival date is changed from Wed, April 26th to Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
While working with some of my colleagues in a workshop earlier this week, I was reminded that a lot of people aren't familiar with tools and strategies for refining Internet search results. In response to that experience, I sat down this morning and created this short guide to 15 tools and strategies for helping your students (and your colleagues) improve their Internet search results . I've embedded the guide below in two different forms which you can download for free. Click to launch the full edition in a new window.
Why Technology in Schools?
Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits.
Earlier today, Richard took a look at the state of e-learning 2.0 , which got me to thinking about how school might be different if I were in college today because of the influx of new Web 2.0 apps aimed and students. I went to a school that utilized a Virtual Learning Environment called WebCT (since absorbed by the Blackboard company), and it really wasn't very fun to use. Note taking meant writing on paper, study groups meant face-to-face meetings, and if you were struggling through Shakespeare, your best bet was to turn to the library, not the Internet.
The educational wikis on this page are listed in alphabetical order. They are awesome and we invite you to add your educational wiki to our list!