Tag Archives: Tools

Face to Face — A New Option in Moodle! And a Surprise, Too!

Hey all you Moodlers! We have a new option for you to use in Moodle — Face to Face! The module allows you, the teacher, to set up available time frames, such as research paper conference slots or group presentation … Continue reading

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Santa Visits Recipe for Time

Santa Claus dropped by with some excellent Web resources for all of us. Check it out! FOR ADMINISTRATORS: 5 Internet Technologies That School Administrators Need to Know About — Teachers will certainly follow when administrators “go first” and model effective … Continue reading

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Day Six Deals — Something for Everyone!

For ALL: Online College Courses List of the 100 Best Educational YouTube Channels — This list is outstanding, and in these specialty channels on YouTube, there is truly something for everyone. You can access college lectures from top universities, interviews … Continue reading

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Day Six Deals — April 7, 2010

I have a great batch of interesting and useful things in here to light your students’ imaginations. Enjoy! FOR ALL Readability Analyzer: Paste text and get the result — the readability of that particular text. Music for Projects: Choose from … Continue reading

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Day Six Deals! February 2010

Another edition of Day Six Deals! Please note that you can subscribe to my blog via email now (look over to the left). I will still send notice when I post to the blog, but if you subscribe with email, … Continue reading

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Yes, Absolutely, You Should Blog (and So Should Your Students)

The York Suburban Blog Site is up and running. Don’t think you or your students need to do this? Think again! Thinking + Writing + Multimedia + Audience = Blogging Let’s explore this equation… THINKING: Why teach a lesson and … Continue reading

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DEN — Web 2.010 with Steve Dembo

Steve Dembo shares his favorite interactive sites for education. Define Web 2.0 — The following is a combination of Steve’s definition and audience participation: Read/Write Web Intereactive Free (ish) A Way to Create Creative User-Generated Content Entirely Web-based (no local … Continue reading

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DEN — FIZZ: Enhancing the Classroom through User-Generated Video and Music

Lodge McCammon from The Friday Institute shares ideas for using user-generated video in the classroom. We started with a formative assessment (Google Form) that assessed our knowledge of area/surface/volume…. His first idea was to create an intro video for a … Continue reading

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Day Six Deals! February 1, 2010

Welcome to another batch of Day Six Deals. I read something on a website this morning (wish I could find it again now….). It was a terrific quote that explained how technology is the method of learning, not the activity … Continue reading

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Day Six Deals! January 22, 2010

Another six days flew by, and here I am compiling the resources I have bookmarked for all of you. Before I launch into the list, I would like to answer a question I received via email. “Aly, how do you … Continue reading

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