Daily Archives: July 26, 2011

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Transformational Change in Support of the Common Good

Transformational Change in Support of the Common Good

[Effective] “Leaders realize that humans grow intellectually through resolving differences, achieving consensus, and stretching to accommodate dissonance.  They realize there is greater possibility for making connections, stimulating creativity, and growing the capacity for complex problem solving when such differences are bridged.  Interdependent learning communities are built, not by obscuring diversity, but by valuing the friction those differences

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HP’s Cloud Computing Digital Hub hosted by Tech&Learning

Tech&Learning, a great, free, resource for educators, hosts HP’s Cloud Computing Digital Hub. This site has free resources, eBooks, and other information about cloud-based infrastructures in K-12 Education. The resources include planning guides, how-to’s and tips, what the cloud is and how it can benefit education, case studies and how cloud computing can transform education and

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Knovio – create online presentations easilly

Knovio is a new service that allows you to easily create online presentations. It is currently in private beta, but you can request access from their main page. It is free to use and lets you turn PowerPoint slides into video presentations in your browser with no hardware or video software needed. All you need is

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Slidestaxx – create amazing social media slideshows

Slidestaxx is a free service I recently learned about from my PLN on Twitter. Slidestaxx lets you take media from multiple sources and turn them into a slideshow that you can share on Slidestaxx, a website, or your blog. You can add pictures, videos, links and more. You can annotate each element also. There are examples on the site

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