Author Archives: Nicole Gray

Back to School!

As we prepare for our students to return, just thought we’d share some wonderful resources from our very own NCWiseOwl website and other Back to School sites.  Add a comment and share a great resource that you use!! http://www.ncwiseowl.org/zones/professional/Featured/august.htm – August Featured Websites http://www.ncwiseowl.org/zones/professional/Featured/september.htm – September Featured Websites http://www.ncwiseowl.org/zones/professional/Top20.htm?-db=Websites&-loadframes – Top 20 Professional Websites Resources from Discovery Educators and

More Web 2.0

Some of my wonderful teammates added more web 2.0 resources (Onslow County Tech Facilitators are awesome!)  Check out the newly added links.  Can you think of any more to add?  Post a comment and let us know… A-Animoto, Audacity B-Blabberize, blogger, Blackboard, Beautiful Society, Bubbleshare C-Comics Sketch, Comic Life , Chatzy, chats D-del.icio.us, Digg, Doodle E-Evernote, Edublogger, Elluminate,

ABC's of Web 2.0

How many of these do you know?? A-Animoto B-Blabberize C-Comics Sketch D-del.icio.us E-Evernote F-freesound.org G-Google Even More H-Hotchalk I- itunes J- Jott K –Kerpoof I –Levelator – post production podcast clean up M-Mogulus N-Ning O-Our Story P-PBWiki Q-Quizlet R-RSSfwd S-Skype T-Twitter U-Ustream V – VoiceThread W-Wetpaint X-Xoost – http://www.xoost.com/ a great new search engine Y-Yelp

Discovery Educator Network – National Institute

WOW!!  The National Institute for DEN STAR educators is this week in Silver Springs, MD at Discovery’s Headquarters!  The Institute is PHENOMINAL!!  What a treat – from Hall Davidson’s amazing tips for adding media/streaming into Google Earth to Steve Dembo’s animated keynote on the wonderful, free social networking, video broadcasting, & web 2.0 resources (such

Discovery's Planet Green

How big is your carbon footprint???  Have you heard about Discovery’s Planet Green – http://planetgreen.discovery.com/.   Check out Discovery’s global initiative that includes a television network, interactive tools and “how-to” resources. Planet Green is the first and only 24-hour eco-lifestyle television network with a robust online presence and community. Launched in June 2008, our on-air content reaches 50 million

NECC 2008 is around the corner…Will You Be There?

So who’s heading to San Antonio??  Any session in particular you want to attend?  Maybe you want to hear North Carolina’s very own, David Warlick talk about “Our Students  Our World” or Kathy Schrock discuss online communities.  You can’t miss Alan November’s session on designing rigorous and globally connected assignments or Tammy Worcester’s integrated technology projects.  

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