All Blog Posts Tagged 'creativecommons' (3)

Designing a Home

For most families, housing is the area of need that requires the greatest expenditure of money over the lifespan.   In the Family and Consumer Sciences classroom, students create a book that explains the process of making wise decisions about housing.  First, they analyze the needs of a family, including how their values, the type of family and the stage of the family life cycle, affect their choices. They’ll write the text, upload it into the…

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Added by Andrea Holtry on March 27, 2011 at 1:44pm — No Comments

Thinking through Web 2.0 and Creative Commons

Recently I gave a presentation on Web 2.0 tools to a few teachers as a part of a technology sampler class I led. I've embedded the Prezi presentation below.



What interested me about this presentation wasn't necessarily the content, though. It was what I did with that content after I created it, namely this:



License for my presentation using CC



I gave it a Creative Commons license of Attribution Only.… Continue

Added by Drew McAllister on March 22, 2010 at 8:33pm — 3 Comments

Looking for a Few (Thousand) Good Photos

I have created a group on Flickr for sharing photos that students and teachers can use in VoiceThread and other applications.



How great would it be to have 1000’s of pictures in a group pool, search able by tag, that you… Continue

Added by Karen Montgomery on March 18, 2009 at 10:33am — No Comments

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