Monthly Archives: June 2007

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Now I Know – Do You?

TOTALLY AWESOME! Have you seen the enhanced, revised, expanded, etc. Did You Know/Shift Happens video from Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod?  If not, you will be amazed.  It is fantastic and even engages the viewer to contribute to a collaborative community through a Did You Know wiki.  The wiki contains a history of the Did

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Cool Summer Vacations

Summer is now underway and many of you are probably on vacation. One great way to share your summer fun with your new students next year is to create a trip journal. Check out the trip journal I made after my wife came out following the DEN Institute and we tripped around DC. How did

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IL-TCE 2008 "Learning without Boundaries" Feb. 26-29, 2008

IL-TCE 2008 “Learning without Boundaries” Feb 26-29, 2008 is now accepting proposals submissions for full day workshops, half day workshops, general and poster sessions. The new form is available off the new ICE website at: http://www.iceberg.org http://www.iceberg.org/page.php?pid=17 Information about past confernences is available at: http://www.il-tce.org/

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50 Ways at NECC

As promised, here is the 50 Ways to Integrate unitedstreaming presentation we presented in the booth at NECC.  It’s a fun presentation for getting your colleagues excited about the many ways to use unitedstreaming as they prepare for the new school year.  Also, I included the unitedstreaming and Google Earth tutorial.  Enjoy! 50 Ways to

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NECC Day 4

     After a quick breakfast with DEN director Scott Kinney, I headed down to a session by Tabula Digita (“Where there’s power in numbers”), the folks who make the multi-player math game whose finals were featured live in the concourse yesterday afternoon. The teachers this morning were just about as competitive and excited as

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ThinkLink probes and planning

Hello everyone; As my thoughts begin to turn to the new school year, I’d like to know if any of you have had experience using the ThinkLink probes with your students on an ongoing basis? Are you planning time for this daily? Weekly?  Have you tried using the ThinkLink probes during your computer lab time? 

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Day of Discovery Is A Resounding Success!

Today was our first Day of Discovery for Tennessee, and if the responses to our survey are any indication, it was a huge success.  We had nearly 30 teachers from varied backgrounds.  Elementary, middle, and high schools were present.  Mac and PC users were on hand.  unitedstreaming veterans and novices made their presence known.  The

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Attending NECC Virtually

This year I missed attending NECC in Atlanta, but I didn’t really miss NECC. I was envious of everyone being together F2F. I didn’t get to give hugs and laugh with everyone, or walk the exhibitor floor collecting free stuff. But, I did learn a lot while attending NECC virtually. I Skyped into the DEN

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NECC Envy

So how many of you are sitting out there reading the blogs and thinking, "I wish I was at NECC".  Well, the good news is that you can relive the best sessions of the conference through a podcast.  All you need to go is go to iTunes and seach for Conference Connections in the podcast

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