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Previously, I have published the following posts about creating eBooks:
Recently I had created a “ Read-Along” book for our first graders to accompany their Magic Tree House podcast and am continuing to have fun creating e-books for my iPad from Word Documents, pdfs and thematic blog posts from Langwitches. Next year, we will have an iPad cart to use with our students and I am looking forward to brainstorming more ideas and opportunities to allow students to create and organize their own e-books on the iPad. What are the advantages/disadvantages of creating our own e-books instead of purchased textbooks? What new learning opportunities can creating your e-book bring to your classroom? How can we integrate teacher-created e-books, personalized for students? Will student created e-books motivate, engage and empower learners?
Blogging as a tool for reflection and learning (PDF)
My second book, English Language Learners: Teaching Strategies That Work , was published by Linworth Publishing in April, 2010. You can read a summary of it that I wrote as a guest post on The New York Times website.
Although I use Evernote on a daily basis to bookmark useful websites and clip interesting articles/lesson ideas to build up an enormous bank of resources, it isn't the most tidy of places as I literally just save there quickly knowing that I can find it again later by doing a keyword/tag search.
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Re-Stock you Web Tool Box by Phillippa Cleaves – Digital Education Revolution NSW Professional Learning and Curriculum Support Project Officer
It has been a long time coming, but the blog has finally received an overhaul. Many may have noticed the old one was hacked, so I thought it may be time to move to a new host, a new version of software and a new look and feel. With all that hard work out of the way, I also feel like maybe finally adding some new content.
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We started using OneNote with our Year 9 English classes in 2009 and continued with the process as they moved into Year 10 in 2010. Our Year 9 students that have just received their laptops have now also begun the process of using OneNote as their English book.
There are tons of free textures and background images online. Some good and some not so good. It can be a bit overwhelming looking for textures so I went through some of the free textures and included the ones I think work well for elearning courses. To save you some time, I looked around and only added textures that are free to use for commercial projects. Of course, it is a good habit to give props to ... Read the full article