Daily Archives: August 6, 2008


Breaking News: Animoto for Education!

Awesome news! Animoto now has a section just for educators! Visit Animoto for Education to check it out! When I visited the site, I discovered that our own Lance Rougeux, Director of the Discovery Educator Network endorses Animoto as a great web 2.0 tool beneficial to students and teachers alike. He is right! Be sure


Atomic Learning (Just-In-Time)

When teachers in my district return to school in late August they will booting up their computers and working with Office 2007 for the first time. To help teachers transition from Office 2000 to Office 2007 my district purchased Atomic Learning licenses for all teachers and students. As many teachers have never used Atomic Learning


Wow Them With Your Widgetized Wiki

I facilitated a workshop on advanced wikis today and thought I would share the list of widgets and Web 2.0 applications that I suggested for my teachers. Please feel free to post comments with some of your favorite wiki widgets. NOTE: I only selected those applications that were not blocked by my district’s filtering software.


Palm Beach Conference

I had the pleasure of spending time with a very enthusiastic group of teachers from Palm Beach County Schools on August 6th.  I was captivated by the enthusiasm for new technology and innovative teaching strategies.  During the conference educators were exposed to new integration tips for DE streaming, the DEN, the builders, and multiple web


heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 08/06/2008

Google School: Philipp Lenssen’s Top Google Apps Tips tags: edtech Google expert Philipp Lenssen dishes up the latest news about Google and its features at his daily blog, Google Blogoscoped. Author of the new O’Reilly book, Google Apps Hacks, Lenssen takes some time out of his busy schedule today to share some of his best


White Board Challenge!

Thanks to Ben Hazzard of the SMARTBoard Podcast at pdtogo.com for sharing this WhiteBoard Challenge Wiki with me via a conversation in Plurk. Are you new to using an interactive whiteboard (IWB)? Have you used one for ages but want some other ideas? Are you using an IWB regularly but know you could use it