Daily Archives: March 18, 2009

Twitter Updates for 2009-03-18

Twitter Updates for 2009-03-18

Presenting with @glo at MACUL this afternoon. Elementary Web 2.0 – Currently walking through toondoo. # @ppalmer21 Courtyard Silver Spring, Fly into DCA, easy metro trip to Silver Spring stop (faster and cheaper than cab). I’m there too. 🙂 # @johnfaig Oh man thanks for sharing soundsnap.com I’ve struggled for a couple of weeks trying

Do You YouTube?

One of the questions I get asked most often by teachers at my school is this, “How can I show a video from YouTube in my classroom?”  I’ve always sent them the way of Zamzar to download videos to a flash drive and show at school from there.  It works great, but it is limiting. 

Mark Your Calendar – March Events (UPDATE)

Please join us on Wednesday, March 25th as Hall Davidson presents, “Ten Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Video Clips–and Two You Did”.  Hall will present on Web 2.0 sites, webcams, and media libraries mean you can make and remix meaningful media for the classroom. Avatars wink, Mt. Rushmore speaks, markers circle, long

DEN Diigo Group Bookmarks 03/18/2009

Children’s Museum – Bones Exhibit Tags: science, bones, exhibit, biology, anatomy, human body, elementary, interactive, education, learning, classroom, images, technology Interactive games and lessons about your body structure. – By Dean Mantz ClosedCaptioning.pdf (application/pdf Object) Tags: closedcaptioning.pdf, classroom, learning, video, web_2.0, technology, education, productivity Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite