LanSchool. VODCASTING. Resnooze. Screencast. Cepis. Eapn. Spread your digital influence - Webit Digital Influence Project. Edu4U. We Are Teachers. Internet4Classrooms - Helping Students, Teachers and Parents Use the Internet Effectively. Nokia N8 To Get Early UK Release On 23rd September.
2 September '10, 12:01pm Follow It looks like an eager Nokia employee has jumped the gun and given an early release date for the Nokia N8, citing September 23rd as the date Nokia customers can head over to Nokia Online and grab their new smartphone a week before general release.
NokNok.tv got the scoop, one of its readers spotting a Google Adword associated to a specific Nokia N8 search, saying the N8 would be “In-Stock, Ready For Dispatch 23rd Sept – 1 Week Before Anyone Else”. The N8 is equipped with an impressive 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon Flash, featuring a larger sensor to capture clearer and more detailed photos. Free Domain Tools, DNS Tools. E-Safety from a Self-Management Perspective. Last year I was invited to talk to a group of school students aged 16-18 years on the subject of keeping yourself safe in online social networks.
An easy task, you might imagine, except that it has two main difficulties. If you look at it from the teens’ point of view, they’re probably thinking that here comes yet another old fuddy-duddy telling us not to post photos of ourselves online. The temptation is to win them over by telling them not to worry, and to just get on with it. That would please them, no doubt, but. The Making of a 21st-Century Teacher. CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Click here for PDF version A modern-day declaration of where things stand for educators in a social-media saturated world yet to fully hit our schools.
Using Various Google Sites - 180 Free Technology Tip #2. Technology Tip Number 2 Just Googling Around The internet is big, really, really big, and if you want to use it effectively you have to be familiar with search engines.
Google.com has become the search engine of choice for millions of internet users. There are others and if the past is any guide there will be a “better than Google” search engine some day, but for now Google seems to be the best. Social Media School Group News. Internet Time Alliance View of Change. 0000003448.png (PNG Image, 1260x958 pixels) - Scaled (76%) Blog Action Day 2010 Topics Survey. Why Twitter is so powerful. Sal Khan: Bill Gates' favorite teacher - Aug. 24, 2010. Khan turns out thousands of videos from a converted walk-in closet in his Silicon Valley home.By David A.
Kaplan, contributorAugust 24, 2010: 5:53 AM ET FORTUNE -- Sal Khan, you can count Bill Gates as your newest fan. Web 2.0 in the Classroom by darren walker on Prezi. Linguistic Diversity Index. Wetoku : Itțs showtime for you and your friends. Full Sail University. Master's Degree- Online For most educators, it's all about the students, but who's looking out for our teachers?
Full Sail's Education Media Design & Technology Master's Degree Program was created to help teachers keep up with the changing needs of the 21st century student. In the program, you'll learn to motivate students while utilizing new-media creation tools and technology to create an inspirational and innovative learning environment. 100 Ways Google Can Make You a Better Educator. We all know that Google offers a great search program, and you might even use other apps like Gmail or Google Calendar, but have you realized what Google has to offer for online colleges educators and students?
Using Sites, Google Earth, Wave, and more, you can turn your classroom into a place where you can share, collaborate, and publish on the world wide web. Read on to find out how you can put Google to work for your class. General These are just some of the advantages that Google apps have to offer for educators. In the Belly of the Whale: How to get your Twitter problem fixed. Update: If you follow @Support, you can DM them (even though they don’t follow you) and ask your question that way.
Though it doesn’t always work. For what is often a better but sometimes slower way to contact Twitter support, read on: Top Issues Account hacked? Google for teaching adults how to describe statistics | Kalinago English. Google is just so useful, isn't it?
But did you know that you can get your adult Business English students looking for their own data, specifically relevant to their own interests, projects and responsibilities? For fun, drag the yearly scroll bar! This incredible site, Google Public Data Explorer, offers statistics from the World Bank, Eurostat, OECD and also includes several more country-specific-options as well (Australian Bureau of Statistics, US Bureau of Labour Statistics and much, much more). Most of the charts are completely customizable and although the fun factor, when messing about on the site trying to decide just how to present the data, is high (you can change years, colours, countries and layouts), the very real potential for pedagogical application is even higher!
Information retention from PowerPoint and traditional lectures. The benefit of PowerPoint^(TM) is continuously debated, but both supporters and detractors have insufficient empirical evidence.
Its use in university lectures has influenced investigations of PowerPoint's effects on student performance (e.g., overall quiz/exam scores) in comparison to lectures based on overhead projectors, traditional lectures (e.g., ''chalk-and-talk''), and online lectures. Thus far, comparisons of overall exam scores have yielded mixed results. The present study decomposes overall quiz scores into auditory, graphic, and alphanumeric scores to reveal new insights into effects of PowerPoint presentations on student performance. Analyses considered retention of lecture information presented to students without the presence of PowerPoint (i.e., traditional lecture), auditory information in the presence of PowerPoint, and visual (i.e., graphic and alphanumeric) information displayed on PowerPoint slides.
Data were collected from 62 students via quiz and questionnaire. The Freenet Project - /index. În sfârşit vin vaccinurile - Stiri si informatii din Resita, Caransebes si Caras Severin pe Caras Online. Portal de stiri Resita, Caransebes si Caras Severin, matrimoniale, fata zilei, party, vremea, locuri de munca. 9 Ways to Cartoonize yourself. Sometimes it happens we feel boredom to put our real pics again and again or we don’t want to put our Real pics in any online profiles. So why dont we do some intresting things by create a cartoon characters of yourself? It’ll be fun and unique to others when you are representing yourself in a cartoonized way in any online profiles such as Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Friendster, orkut etc. and it also give a new look to your online profile!
There are many free web services and applications which can create cartoon of yourself and you don’t have to pay an artist for your cartoon illustrations. Here you can find some of the best tools including Face your Manga, South Park and Meez ( A 3D Animated Avatar generator ) character generators. Chew TV Network - A communication network for a connected generation. GoMobile4Learning. Detailed Tutorial on Glogster EDU. OpenID Foundation website.
When are young people ready for technology? | NetSafe Blog. 26 July 2010 | By Martin Cocker Categories: Education, Privacy | I recently provided some information for an article in a weekend paper, which I’ll reproduce in full here. Emerging Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010. 10 Ways to Evaluate Blogs. Now that the new school year has started, or is about to start, we all want to have fresh insights into how to do the things we’re paid to do. It may be how to teach better, or how to engage students more.
In my case, not being a school teacher any more, I want to keep my feet on the ground and my finger on the pulse; I want to know what new applications and innovations folk are talking about, and to keep abreast of current thinking. One of the places we children of Web 2.0 turn to, of course, is blogs. StarPlanIt. Google Books. Learning Objects Community - Objects of Interest. As we get closer to the next school year, it is a good time to re-think some lesson ideas and find ways to refresh them, and, ideally, incorporate some technology into our day-to-day teaching and learning. Here are some ideas for using Social Media in the Classroom. Course Blog - Create a class blog and share it publicly to let others know what your class is learning and doing. Add an RSS feed so students can subscribe to the blog and get updates on the go.Individual Student Blogs - Enable students to blog on their own to learn how to share their work with others. Journals for critical reflections.Post homework, notes, and lectures - provide easy access for students.
Share materials, news, current events, changes to syllabus or class schedule.Share resources / build a class knowledgebase. Web3 Platform - NetworkedPlanet.