Daily Archives: June 26, 2010

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TN DEN LC Diigo (weekly)

Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence Providing world-class professional development opportunities for educators. Tags: Center=Charity=Foundation, Professional-Development, Conference=Convention, Memphis – By Clif Mims Posted from Diigo. The rest of TN DEN LC group favorite links are here.

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Teachers FLIP For Movie Making

The presentation’s title was Students FLIP for Movie Making, but when Lynn Fuini-Hetten and Jennifer Brinson presented at LCTIs Teaching and Learning in Today’s World workshop, it was the teachers who were FLIPping over our PA DEN STARS and their “lesson from the field.” I wish I could have attended this session but I was

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 06/26/2010

Pullfolio :: Instant Professional Portfolio Site from your Flickr Photos Tags: photos, web2.0, flickr 50 Open Source Tools That Replace Popular Education Apps — Datamation.com “50 Open Source Tools That Replace Popular Education Apps” Tags: education, tools, web2.0, resources, opensource, teaching – By Jackie Gerstein Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group

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Sharon Kinney: Hard-Wired to Bounce Back ~ Dealing with At-Risk Students

Beth Breiner is “driving Miss Kinney’s” presentation, Hard-Wired to Bounce Back: Building Resiliency in Our At-Risk Students, so buckle up because we have 2 of the best in the business. Sharon Kinney began her presentation, by explaining that kids who challenge us have brains that behave in a different way. The Pennsylvania Literacy Network has

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Skype How To

How does Skype work?  How do educators use Skype?  What makes a successful Skype experience for my students?  If you have wondered about Skype or want to use it or expand its use in your classroom, Langwitch has made an informative video.  Thanks to Paula Marini for sharing this information with us.

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Sharon Kinney on SAS: No Longer Shooting Darts in the Dark!

The most difficult decision, after you commit to a conference or workshop, is selecting what you will attend. Often I choose by content courses that will fill a niche need, but sometimes my choices are governed by the presenter. Every time I see Sharon Kinney’s name on anything, I’m in, because I know the session

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