Do you know what a Ning is? A Ning is an online site that allows people to create their own social network. You could create one, I could create one, and so one. Some schools have Nings set up for the staff to communicate and share ideas. Neighborhood groups have set Nings up to have their own
Hey MD DEN educators, on Wed night, February 10th, we are having a discussion about Quest Atlantis in Second life. Sholi Oh (Sarah Rolle in RL) will talk about her experience with Quest Atlantis. Quest Atlantis is a free, engaging 3D virtual world developed and supported by a team at Indiana University. This is a
Enjoy the DEN Weekly Update for February 5, 2010.
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This seemed to be one of the common themes presented at FETC this year. The DEN Day of Discovery at Sea World started with Scott Kinney’s presentation, which included the You-Tube video – Joe’s Non-Netbook. This video shows how disconnected our students are with their classroom texts. Discovery’s very own Hall Davidson presented an eye
Would you like a different way for students to demonstrate an understanding of a novel they are reading? Try using Blabberize or GoAnimate. With Blabberize, students can draw a picture of a character in the novel, upload it to Blabberize and then use their voice talking as that character. Once the picture is uploaded, students