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In Surrey, BC
(Image credit: "In Search of Quality Teaching" In
Vince's Learning Log
, 11 June 2007)
"Research suggests that, no matter what pedagogical model or strategies teachers choose, it is ultimately the quality of the teaching that is the greatest determinant on student learning."
Kathy Schrock introduces Web 2.0 and some of her favourite tools
I don't agree with all her tools choices, but she has interesting uses and talks about how to 'aggregate' to a feedreader
*online webinars on Saturday at 9:00 am Pacific
*recordings and sharetabs are archived
really helpful introductions to these tools and their uses in education
Classroom 2.0 LIVE is an opportunity to gather with other members of the community in real-time events, complete with audio, chat, desktop sharing, and sometimes even video. These images are linked to their archived pages
*kids watch vodcasts at home and receive guided practice in school
This is the brainchild of
who are pioneers in the field of using vodcasts in the classroom. They have devised a new method of teaching called Pre-Vodcasting. In this model, students watch vodcasts at home and class time is spent in engaging hands-on activities and directed problem solving.
Growing Accessible Interactive Networked Supports
*Assessment & Evaluation
EDU GAINS is an ever-changing site where all educators involved in Grades K-12 teaching and learning can access a wealth of resources and information to enhance their own learning, and the learning of others.
EdTech Classroom Broadcast
podcasts from Joe Wood and friends
Practical Tips to Integrate Technology into the K-12 Classroom
Kevin Amboe's first wiki
"Short for Information And Media Literate, this space has been created to become a resource for those interested in learning and sharing about teaching and learning in the 21st Century."[[Informal Pro-D?responseToken=9b0c2c7b064d15f34acf9cdaf937e444#|Row ]][[image:../../i/bullet_arrow_down.gif width="15" height="15"]]
Jane Hart's wonderful tools lists
Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day
-- a new tool on your your desktop every day
Directory of Learning Tools
-- over 2000 free tools (incl. a few I've recommended)
Top 10 lists
-- post your top ten and look at the lists of others. She compiles these into a Top 100 each year.
by Julia Poole
209 how-to's and collections on everything digital and Web 2.0
Links to how-to information
edtech you can use today and tomorrow
(Mark Gura & Kathy King)
"The focus is practical, the breadth is global. Join in the conversation of ed tech you can use."
Online video help for students:
"Studio 4 Learning is one of three networks run by Studio 4 Networks, Inc. (
), an independent media company based on Los Angeles, California. Studio 4 Networks provides award-winning lifestyle and educational programming delivered on-demand over cable television, satellite, and the Internet. Launched in 2003, Studio 4 produces and distributes targeted programming environments to consumers in the U.S. and Canada through three video networks – Studio 4 Kids (
), Studio 4 Learning (
), and Studio 4 Fitness (
). Teacher Feedback Council: We are accepting applications from additional teachers, grades 7 through college, to test programming and materials in our Teacher Feedback Council."
Great list of interesting tools
*everything about RSS & how to use it in education
downloadable pdf file
help on how to format text
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