CONVOS | Simple Online Groups
Start Convos Groups to connect people and keep them productive. Whether it’s for friends, colleagues, or classmates, a Convos Group keeps everyone focused.
TiltViewer – About
Got this site from Steve Dembo. It is a very cool flash photo viewer.
PolyVision » home
Polyvision’s wiki site for teachers to collaborate about interactive whiteboards.
100 Awesome, Free Web Tools for Elementary Teachers | Smart Teaching
we’ve put together a listing of some of the best sites for elementary teachers and students online, plus a few tools to help you keep everything together.
Google Friend Connect: Add social features to your site
At first look, this appears to be add Facebook-like functionality to blogs and other web sites.
Educaching, A GPS Based Curriculum for Teachers
Welcome to Educaching, A GPS Based Curriculum
In the spirit of Geocaching, Educaching is a curriculum that uses GPS technology to create an innovative learning atmosphere.
Exciting lesson plans, unique ideas, and helpful strategies that incorporate the national teaching standards provide a
road map to make education challenging, rewarding, and fun.
Adam – Advanced Dynamic Application for creating Multimedia Content
Adam brings life to your dusty old static documents. With a flick of your wrist and a click of a button, you can add videos, HTML, stylized text and more to a static PDF or image file.
In less than 20 minutes, you can have a dynamic web page to showcase your products, services and multimedia content. It’s uber simple, from print to web in four ridiculously easy steps.
Complete List of Google Earth Activities
eSchoolNews – This fair-use guide offers copyright shelter
Created though a partnership among the Media Education Lab at Temple University, the Center for Social Media at American University (AU), and AU’s Washington College of Law, with funding from the MacArthur Foundation, the code identifies five principles of consensus about acceptable practices for the fair use of copyrighted materials, wherever and however it occurs: in K-12 schools, higher-education institutions, nonprofit groups that offer media-education programs for children and youth, and adult-education programs.
1. Employing copyrighted material in media-literacy lessons
2. Employing copyrighted material in preparing curriculum materials
3. Sharing media-literacy curriculum materials
4. Student use of copyrighted materials in their own academic and creative work
5. Developing audiences for student work
Google Earth Blog: Google Earth Plugin Roundup
Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.