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An Interesting World for Science Teachers

I continue to grow excited about the wealth of opportunities for science classrooms to create, connect, share, and interact via the web. Whether it is real-time data on water quality, various simulation areas, tools for traditional content, research sharing, video games, search engines, wikis galore, and much more, the world of science education is spinning with possibilities. The latest piece …

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Edutopia Invades iTunes

One of my favorite sites to visit about creating and sustaining interactive learning environments is Edutopia. The site offers a wealth of information through their magazine, articles, resources, links, and videos on their core concepts: Project Learning Technology Integration Teacher Development Social and Emotional Learning Assessment Now, Edutopia has invaded iTunes where they are offering free access and the ability …

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7 Things You Should Know About Series

Educause has been running a wonderful series for quite some time entitled 7 Things You Should Know About. These are great, quick reference guides that I have found invaluable in exploring new tools and refreshing my thoughts about tools I’ve previously explored. At the very least, these quick guides are a great starting point for many tools that are being …

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links for 2007-11-24

Utterz – Welcome via Vicki Davis’ links on her blog (tags: blogging mobile) 140 Characters Does Not A Friend Make…. One of the most important blog posts that I’ve read recently as it takes an honest look at what Twitter means. (tags: twitter socialnetworks personallearningnetwork)

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links for 2007-11-21

EDTEC 670 – Exploratory Learning Through Simulation and Games (tags: gaming) Seize the Teachable Moment! Gary Stager discussing the various teaching points based upon the strike of the Writers Guild of America (tags: teachablemoment) Education Week: Young People Seen Losing Love of Reading An article in Education Week (tags: reading) Beatbullying YouTube – Broadcast Yourself. (tags: cyberbullying) Collaborate! (tags: web2.0 …

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links for 2007-11-18

FLY Fusion Pentop Computer (tags: gadgets) Be More Than a Blip in the Blogosphere washingtonpost.com (tags: blogging) Common Sense Media Forum on Virtual Worlds (tags: virtualworlds) Students tell universities: Get out of MySpace! (tags: elearning socialnetworks) CommentPress “allows readers to comment paragraph by paragraph in the margins of a text. Annotate, gloss, workshop, debate: with CommentPress you can do all …

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links for 2007-11-17

The Associated Press: Many Parents Avoid Video Games With Kids (tags: gaming) Future Reading: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker (tags: elearning) Fring Mobile VOIP make free mobile calls and IM to other fringsters, Skype, Google Talk, MSN, SIP & Twitter contacts (tags: toolsandreference mobile)

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links for 2007-11-16

National Distance Learning Week :: Nov 12-16, 2007 (tags: elearning) The Blog Readability Test. What level of education is required to understand your blog? What level of education is required to understand your blog? (tags: blogging) Social networking from a teens’ perspective (tags: research socialnetworks netgeneration)

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links for 2007-11-10

Welcome to Route 21 (tags: 21stcentury) New Class(room) War: Teacher vs. Technology – New York Times (tags: netgeneration)

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links for 2007-11-08

The Constructivist Consortium – Events This via Sylvia Martinez on Twitter. (tags: constructivism) Clarifications on “A Vision …” This is worth reading regardless of whether you enjoyed or challenged the video. It is great to see the reflective nature of Professor Wesch. (tags: web2.0 video)

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