Livescribe :: Never Miss A Word tags: edtech, technology, pen Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
I just recently found out about this online tool. You can think of it like a giant, never ending piece of paper where you can zoom in and create a path for students or teachers to follow. You can embed pictures, text, audio, etc. Visit http://prezi.com/ and take a peek at the various ways you could
ARKive – A unique collection of thousands of videos, images and fact-files illustrating the world’s species Tags: science, photos, animals, species, biology, nature, photography, reference, resources, life, Earth, education, web_2.0, video, classroom, learning, images, technology WildFilmHistory – Home page Tags: nature, uk, tv, science, animals, wildlife, pgce, biology, wildanimials, images, digital_storytelling, classroom, learning, video, web_2.0,
Enjoy the DEN Weekly Update for February 27, 2009.
Ok. Some of you might be tired of hearing me say it, but I’ll say it again anyway. One of the best ways to learn is through stories. Stories help us put facts in context and allow us to apply more of our senses to the learning experience. That’s why I’m so excited about the
Quick post with more to follow. Steve Dembo, Mike Bryant and a ton of STAR Discovery Educators have and are currently presenting at the ICE Conference here in St. Charles, IL. The Second Life and Illinois DEN Leadership Councils joined us for a wonderful dinner on Wednesday at McNally’s in downtown St. Charles (Pictures to
All About Explorers | Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about every explorer who ever lived…and more! Site for working with kids on critical literacy; explorers a to z combines legit information with fake, but has language and appearance of real thing. Tags: explorers, information_literacy, education, students, critical_thinking Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery
Geekybird presented ‘Digital Storytelling in a Web 2.0 World’ to a full house yesterday evening. It was great to see so many new faces in the crowd. In case you couldn’t make last night’s event, be sure to check out Geekybird’s information here.
If ‘a picture is worth a 1,000 words’, then how many words would these be? As you can tell, a grand time was had by all! As always, Riptide was a true ‘Master of Ceremonies’! He started off with regular trivia with individuals competing against each other (fast typing is key here!). The second half
Want to join us for some fun? We’re planning a dinner and a night out for Friday, March 6th, 2009 at Dave and Busters in NYC. This free event begins at 6:30 pm and is limited to the first 15 people who sign up using the Google Document below. Loading…