Twine / An open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories Using GoogleApps as a Free #LMS If you had fun with my discussion in this blog entry about Cobbling Together an LMS, you'll just love this next one. Paging through the new Google+ Communities, I noticed a group of college professors--working with adult learners, of course, like we are--who are using GoogleApps for Online Courses. Again, this is just something to help you look at PD from another angle. Video (20 minutes): Tells a story of how professors (Dr. The 12 Steps are written out here: There's also a Google+ Community--Using GoogleApps as a Free LMS--that discusses how to accomplish this and offers support - There's no shortage of alternatives to traditional learning management systems (LMSs) like Blackboard, Desire2Learn and Moodle. Everything posted on Miguel Guhlin's blogs/wikis are his personal opinion and do not necessarily represent the views of his employer(s) or its clients.
Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom New Technologies and 21st Century Skills ISTE 2013 Is this the next big ed tech innovation? You be the judge! Visit the new Ed Tech Start-up Pavilions in the Expo Hall to experience first-hand the innovative software and applications entrepreneurs have developed to help transform learning and teaching. Then attend the Ed Tech Start-up Pitch Fest to hear rapid-fire presentations by start-up companies. Start-up Pavilions in the Expo Hall Booth 9282 featuring 20 U.S. ed tech start-ups. U.S. Registered companies (max 20): Qupiron Technology Living Tree Worldview Software FortunaPix Gobstopper Jet Lag Learning Wizeparts Brain Parade Rourke Educational Media Citelighter Miss Humblebee's Academy Learnetic LearnSprout Woot Math Wanderful Interactive Storybooks Smart Science Education ParentSquare Tynker scrible Tutor Matching Service Booth 10282 featuring 20 U.K. start-ups. Booth 12205 featuring companies who are recipients of the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) grants. Add Item to Planner
TeachTheCloud Teacher's Guide to International Collaboration on the Internet-- Pg 1 The Teacher's Guide to International Collaboration was developed to help teachers use the Internet to "reach out" globally. These materials were prepared as part of the Department of Education's International Education Initiative. This guide is designed for online access. On every page, teachers will find many projects and suggestions to begin or expand classroom projects that reach across the globe. In every section of this on-line guide, we have also provided links to elementary, middle and high school projects and links to organizations that are involved in international education via the Internet. Disclaimer: Please note that many new online projects are continually beginning, while some projects are ending. Disclaimer of Endorsement: The documents posted on this server contain hypertext links or pointers to information created and maintained by other public and private organizations.
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