Daily Archives: October 7, 2009

Wow #2: Animoto

Animoto.comAnimoto claims that it will put an “end to slideshows”.  And once use it, you’ll probably agree.  I use it both in my personal life as well as with my students, and it’s one of my favorite web 2.0 tools (for a number of reasons).  Here are a few of the top reasons why you’ll want to

Congrats to the 2009 America’s Top Young Scientist!

Discovery Education and 3M today awarded Marina Dimitrov of Bozeman, Mont., with the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” as winner of the 2009 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge.  Dimitrov was one of 10 finalists who competed today in a series of live science challenges at Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.  A student

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 10/07/2009

Forum Network | Free Online Lectures from PBS and NPR Tags: pbs, npr, video Curriculum Matters: Chinese-American Scholar on American Education, and Foreign Competition Here’s a nut-shell of the article link Laurie just sent- thanks for the article Laurie! Tags: edtech – By Heather Sullivan Investment Banking In India We are an Investment Banking and

Getting YouTube to your students

Hi Everyone, If you are like me and work in a school system that blocks YouTube ( for good reason) I have a way you can download the video and then import it into your Notebook file or PowerPoint presentation.  Here’s how: Go to YouTube and find the video you want. (be sure it’s appropriate