APS ITC Daily Diigo Links 08/01/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 31-07-2009

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Heather’s Daily Diigo Links 08/01/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 31-07-2009

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APS ITC Daily Diigo Links 07/31/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 30-07-2009

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APS ITC Daily Diigo Links 07/30/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 29-07-2009

  • Funny, funny picture of how Google will rule the earth!

    Tags: google, humor

  • We’ve heard many ingenious ways that teachers have used Google Docs in the classroom. Here are just a few:

    * Promote group collaboration and creativity by having your students record their group projects together in a single doc.
    * Keep track of grades, attendance, or any other data you can think of using an easily accessible, always available spreadsheet.
    * Facilitate writing as a process by encouraging students to write in a document shared with you. You can check up on their work at any time, provide insight and help using the comments feature, and understand better each students strengths.
    * Create quizzes and tests using spreadsheets forms, your students’ timestamped answers will arrive neatly ordered in a spreadsheet.
    * Encourage collaborative presentation skills by asking your students to work together on a shared presentation, then present it to the class.
    * Collaborate on a document with fellow teachers to help you all track the status and success of students you share.
    * Maintain, update and share lesson plans over time in a single document.
    * Track and organize cumulative project data in a single spreadsheet, accessible to any collaborator at any time.

    Tags: google, education, googledocs, googleapps, collaboration, students

    • We’ve heard many ingenious ways that teachers have used Google Docs in the classroom. Here are just a few:

      * Promote group collaboration and creativity by having your students record their group projects together in a single doc.
      * Keep track of grades, attendance, or any other data you can think of using an easily accessible, always available spreadsheet.
      * Facilitate writing as a process by encouraging students to write in a document shared with you. You can check up on their work at any time, provide insight and help using the comments feature, and understand better each students strengths.
      * Create quizzes and tests using spreadsheets forms, your students’ timestamped answers will arrive neatly ordered in a spreadsheet.
      * Encourage collaborative presentation skills by asking your students to work together on a shared presentation, then present it to the class.
      * Collaborate on a document with fellow teachers to help you all track the status and success of students you share.
      * Maintain, update and share lesson plans over time in a single document.
      * Track and organize cumulative project data in a single spreadsheet, accessible to any collaborator at any time. – By Fred Delventhal

  • Tags: music, technology, ideas

  • Tags: games, scratch, programming, MIT, animation, scratched, necc09, education, collaboration

  • Tags: edutwist, ITC

  • Good to remember with any mention of Bloom that these are stages before goals. Mastery in one necessitates the next.

    Bad teachers tend to shoot for the highest and overshoot the others. These are developmental stages that must be passed from one to the next.

    Tags: blooms, bloomstaxonomy, taxonomy, Writing, education, Bloom’s Taxonomy, bloom’s

    • Good to remember with any mention of Bloom that these are stages before goals. Mastery in one necessitates the next.

      Bad teachers tend to shoot for the highest and overshoot the others. These are developmental stages that must be passed from one to the next. – By Fred Delventhal

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APS ITC Daily Diigo Links 07/29/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 28-07-2009

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APS ITC Daily Diigo Links 07/28/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 27-07-2009

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Heather’s Daily Diigo Links 07/28/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 27-07-2009

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APS ITC Daily Diigo Links 07/27/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 26-07-2009

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APS ITC Daily Diigo Links 07/24/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 23-07-2009

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Heather’s Daily Diigo Links 07/24/2009

Filed Under (Daily Diigo Links) by Heather Hurley on 23-07-2009

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