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Archive for June, 2011

Free Math Lessons at Free Math Help

June21

Excellent website for Math Lessons for K-8 grades.  State Standards are available along with Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Statistics tutorials free to students.  Good website to link to a Math teacher’s website.

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50 Sites in 60 Minutes

June16

Education blogger David Kapuler has created a free slideshow of 50 great sites for education, creativity, organization and more. Each slide includes basic information about the site, a link to the site, and a link to Kapuler’s review of the site. Also has other slide shows on this SlideShare channel.

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Online Safety Curriculum

June10

Great website for online issues for educators and parents as well.  Includes presentations, downloads, discussion questions and more.  Check it out for next year’s curriculum.

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Brushing Up on Your AUP

June10

I want to refer to this info when our Tech Committee meets again to discuss these issues…. Things to consider when updating acceptable use policies By Nancy Caramanico, CIO Advisor Rewrite, add, delete, repeat. This is the cycle of school policies on technology. Or at least it should be. Policies need to adapt to the […]

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Digital Storytelling

June10

Great group of audio video and animation website for students to use for storytelling and more from Ozge Karaoglu, blogger for Tech & Learning online publication that I receive. Audio Tools: LittleBirdTales is a tool that lets you capture your voice; create an online book using artwork, pictures and words. You can scan your pictures, […]

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YouTube and Creative Commons

June6

YouTube has announced that it will offer video creators the option to label their works with Creative Commons licenses. If you choose to use Creative Commons licensing, people will be able to use parts of your videos and create remixes according to the Creative Commons rules. This means that people who want to create videos […]

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Study Jams

June6

Website for younger students showing videos, movies and sing-along songs for Math & Science topics.

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20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web

June6

Created by the Google Chrome Team, this online book about browsers, the web and more would serve as a good resource.

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Cool Web 2.0 Tools for Students & Teachers

June6

All types of tools for students and teachers–research tools, slideshow tools, music tools, graphing tools.  Excellent jumping off point for Web 2.0 tools. Another site that shows a lot of promise is a blog by the David Andrade, “Educational Technology Guy“.

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Resources for Online Outlining

June5

This is a post from David Kapuler that appears in “Tech & Learning” magazine called “Top 10 Sites for Creating Outlines” that I subscribe to.   It listed several resources for “online outlining”.  Some of the resources require subscription fees, though they usually offer a free trial period.  Some of the resources have areas for […]

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