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Stephen's Web ~ Stephen's Web Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator The Book Bug Mighty Little Librarian | Librarian Tiff's Blog Free Technology for Teachers Ms. O Reads Books Watch. Connect. Read. AASL Blog Ideas for Using AASL Best Websites: Blendspace April 10, 2014 Posted by Heather Moorefield-Lang in Best Websites for Teaching and Learning, Technology. Blendspace, one of AASL’s 2013 Best Websites for Teaching and Learning in the Manage and Organize category, offers both teachers and librarians a very intuitive, option-rich environment for sharing content online with students and other teachers. build a simple “playlist” of websites, videos, images, and text you can share in a presentation or live lessonembed a playlist in a website or blog to share resources onlinecreate flipped or blended lessons that have students watch videos, visit websites, and respond to short quizzes to monitor participation and comprehension Blendspace first came to life in 2012 as Edcanvas, offering an easy way for educators to blend “materials together from all over the web into beautiful lessons,” as described in the Blendspace blog. Submitted by Jane Lofton: AASL Best Websites Committee Member Mission: Be nice.

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