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Embedly makes your content more engaging and easier to share

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Read's Reflective Rants : Embed.ly As I was trying to figure out how to embed my Flipagram today, I accidentally stumbled upon embed.ly All you have to do is paste the URL into the embed.ly site and it formulates a code so that you can embed any content into your blog or site. What a cool new tool! What is TPACK? Abstract This paper describes a framework for teacher knowledge for technology integration called technological pedagogical content knowledge (originally TPCK, now known as TPACK, or technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge). This framework builds on Lee Shulman’s construct of pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) to include technology knowledge.

Animated QR Code Generator Online Animated QR Code Generator This is a *free service to generate QR codes in colour with embedded animations online for social media and custom branding QR codes. Upload your animation and click on the 'Generate Animated QR Code' button. Note: Supported animation types are multi-frame gif animations only. Overview Rooms intelligently organize all your stuff. Your inbox can become a tangled mess of stuff. It's constantly filling with a stream of new messages, saved messages, forwarded messages, contacts, web links, embedded images, links to items in the cloud, all kinds of attachments: documents, spreadsheets, presentations—and plenty more. Yikes!

Changing the size of images on Blogger: s400 s800 s1600 Resizing. Upsize. Downsize. 40 of the last storybook towns left in Europe Much of old-world Europe has been swept away. Thanks to countless wars, the irresistible draw of modernization, and overwrought tourism infrastructure, the Europe of your dreams is harder to find than ever. However, there are still towns where you can experience that ‘old-world European charm’ almost like it was when Wordsworth and the Romantics first popularized vagabonding the Continent.

Twenty Ideas for Engaging Projects The start of the school year offers an ideal time to introduce students to project-based learning. By starting with engaging projects, you'll grab their interest while establishing a solid foundation of important skills, such as knowing how to conduct research, engage experts, and collaborate with peers. In honor of Edutopia's 20th anniversary, here are 20 project ideas to get learning off to a good start. 1. Flat Stanley Refresh: Flat Stanley literacy projects are perennial favorites for inspiring students to communicate and connect, often across great distances.

Responsive Design: 160 useful tools, plugins and resources Since many of you out there are still struggling to find it all in one spot, when all you may need is just one main source that answers all your questions on Responsive Web Design, here at webdesignshock.com we’ve summed a full collection of 160 Resources that cover all Web Responsive Design related topics sorted in categories that go from framework, grid, bookmarklet, typography, tutorial, media-centric, useful articles, WordPress and Google Chrome; so that whatever it is that you’re looking to find related to web responsive design you’ll find it here at webdesignshock.com. Because With the on growing production of alternate devices’ over the past couple of years, have grown the amount of web responsive resources on the web, and the demand of web designers for them. Responsive design went from being the new “it” word of the web design world, to becoming the biggest growing trend of web design in 2011, to now being the up most necessary implementation when designing a website.

The Top 10 Best Dropbox Services, Addons and Hacks Everyone from heavy Dropbox users to those who are wondering just what the fuss is all about with this cloud syncing business should be able to find something useful to them in this list. If you’re unfamiliar with Dropbox it’s a sync service that keeps one folder, the drop box, on your computer in sync with the Dropbox server and any other computers or mobile devices that you have Dropbox installed on. It’s a fantastic way to keep a selection of files handy no matter where you are.

Using Labels to categorize your Blogger Posts This article explains how to use Labels to categorise the Posts in your Blog, and how you can get around some of the limitations in Blogger's categorising tools. Why categorise your Posts Grouping your blog's contents makes it easier for people who have reached your blog via Search to find other posts that they may be interested in - provided you add tools to your blog that let them navigate using labels. It's essential if you want to make it look like you have put your Posts into Pages.

EPT 015 – Kory Graham @tritonkory Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | | Kory Graham has a ton of experience (20+ years) working with kids in grades K-6 and she is just a very lovely person all around! In this interview we delve into Kory’s twitter profile pic, her Kindergarteners 100th day preparations, Skype calls with twitter friends from around the globe (including EPT guest Jordan Lanfair) and much much more… Burst of knowledge round: Project Based Learning By Wayne D'Orio Here’s a riddle: Imagine there is a learning technique proven effective through 100 years of use that is now enhanced by the power of today’s technology. Imagine it can excite learners to continue their work well past the parameters of the school day. What is it, and would every school in the country do it? It is project-based learning, and the answer is yes, and no.

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