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Thanks so much for the response and all the resources...
Not only was this my first time to attend ITSC but it was also my first education conference. Most people I met ASSUMED I was a teacher or some other certified professional. Well, I am self taught in all of this because of all the resources I have found online. I was shocked by how many teachers needed help and more resources with all of this. I just ASSUMED that they had everything they needed...
Besides being a Geek, I am a board member of our local Technology Charter School. I have to kids in the program in HS.
The reason I am even a member of classroom 2.0 is because I had a chance to meet and speak with Angela Maiers. Because of what she had to say, I decided that I should see how I can help Educators here on this site with info that I have spent the last ten years learning myself.
So, this is my continuation of what I learned at ITSC10.
Thank you for your response; I really appreciate!
I read your post on http://www.google.com/google-d-s/tour5.html#. I wanted to see if I could cite your response in my research paper for grad school on the implications of incorporating Google Apps in an English classroom. My professor asked if I could find out the date of your response (I didn't see it listed on your page). I've also tried shared presentations with students and found it very valuable. Thank you for your idea!
Thought you might be interested in some of these free online resources. You're probably familiar with most of them, but maybe you'll find something new. Unfortunately, I haven't organized them yet.
In December I had never seen a Wiki. My students and I jumped in with both feet and haven't looked back. The students are very excited to have a real audience. Please take a look at what they've created so far. RPG Maker XP Help. We would appreciate any feedback you have. Currently the wiki is protected, so you'll have to either email me your feedback or give it through Classroom 2.0.
were can I find out more
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