Added by Jack Olmsted on October 17, 2009 at 9:00am —
Added by detreuy on October 17, 2009 at 3:21am —
Here is a collection of 12 free online quiz creation tools for teachers to create quizzes for free. These 12 free quiz creators will help teachers make quizzes for teaching online for free, such as ProProfs, Classmaker,… Continue
Added by SunnyY on September 29, 2009 at 9:35pm —
Josh Shipp, the popular youth speaker and dispenser of wisdom to teens, has launched a new project called Hey Josh for Grown-ups.
Josh has put together a really good, high quality curriculum for parents, teachers, scout leaders, youth pastors---just about anyone who works with teens. Oh, and it's free.
Here's the scoop from Josh:
Maybe you’re a parent of a teen, maybe you're a teacher, a… Continue
Added by Derek Baird on September 14, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Rabbi Dr. Moshe P.Weisblum, spiritual leader of congregation Kneseth Israel, Annapolis, Maryland and author of Ruth Talk and Table Talk:Biblical Questions and Answers offers this endorsement of Toolbox for Teachers and Mentors: Moving Madrichim to Mentor Teachers and Beyond.
"One of the best books on the subject...offering hope and help, this groundbreaking book is an ideal source for the transitions that… Continue
Added by Richard D. Solomon, Ph.D. on August 30, 2009 at 10:48am —
I have a chance to win $500 for the cause of my choice (you could, too. Just click my blog
for the link). I have so many, I want your input. What do you think I should talk about? Here are the details. Read them and then post a comment. Thanks, friends!
tnk_educationSummer Fun: What Happens When You Mix an Intern, $500, and a Non-Profit for Education?
The story: One of our… Continue
Added by Jacqui Murray on July 23, 2009 at 11:24am —
(Final post in a series on current uses of Virtual Worlds in Education)
This week I will wrap up the series of posts
I published throughout June, focused on Internet based Virtual World technologies as they are being used in Education today. As I researched current VW tech options for education, it became apparent to me that Second Life remains the most… Continue
Added by Kelly Walsh on July 7, 2009 at 8:49am —
Today's been quite a full day. I'm learning a LOT from the online Web 2.0 class. The journey to get assignments done takes me through miles of exploring, and I'm often side-tracked with the incidental learning that's going on. I am certain that's part of the design (because we have to explore so many sites), and it makes the whole learning process that much richer.
My find for the day: Jessica Clark's Public Media 2.0: Dynamic, Engaged… Continue
Added by Anne Bryan on June 16, 2009 at 7:05pm —
Teachers, students, parents and homework 2
Homework must be part and parcel of any learning process. The classroom is just an artificial setting and classroom tasks are only starting points. They provide guidance, assistance and purpose. However, more tasks should be dealt with in the outside world. These tasks should meet some criteria in order to be effective. These critera may be linked to the teacher and learners, to the tasks assigned, or to the parents roles.… Continue
Added by Mohammed Rhalmi on May 19, 2009 at 6:58am —
This is the final post in a 3 part series on web based collaboration and brainstorming tools for educational applications. In the first post, we examined some mind/idea mapping tools, last week we looked at some collaborative document editing applications, and this week we wrap up by checking out a free collaborative workgroup application for teachers and students. Edmodo.com is a tool that provides workgroup functionality specifically for education, and I am going to sign up and give it a… Continue
Added by Kelly Walsh on May 11, 2009 at 10:30am —
I have just started a blog whose purpose is to create a venue where interested educators can access information about Jewish mentoring programs and materials. I envision that blog as a forum to discuss issues relating to the improvement of Jewish education through the mentoring of Jewish students and teachers. In the blog you will find articles, resources, and programs on the role of mentoring in the recruitment, development and retention of Jewish… Continue
Added by Richard D. Solomon, Ph.D. on April 23, 2009 at 11:00am —
[Posted last month about video hosting sites focused on educational applications - a nice intro to a few of the sites out there that focus on providing this service for the academic community. - KW]
Like many of the educators I know, you have probably heard of TeacherTube, but like me, you may be wondering how TeacherTube differs from YouTube, and how it compares to alternative… Continue
Added by Kelly Walsh on April 17, 2009 at 6:41am —
One of the topics in every plan is the budget. In my budget for next school year I have to consider a mobile lab for Middle School. I'm looking for small, childproof options. If there is someone who has used ITP-c option or others I would like to hear comments.
What software is installed?
How are those being used at your school?
How many do you have?
Advantages and disadvantages.
Added by Claudia M. Estrada on January 30, 2009 at 11:31am —
Help E-retailers Capture Dollars on Cyber Monday
Story from DMO Blog
As this time of year is make it or break it for many retailers, now is the last chance to prepare for the busy period. E-retailers are ramping up heavy-duty deals to turn skittish shoppers into buyers during the crucial Thanksgiving weekend and "Cyber Monday" -- but even so, online sales are expected to be fairly flat after… Continue
Added by Sabrina Fu on November 28, 2008 at 6:23am —
Added by John Costilla on October 29, 2008 at 8:14am —
Tools of the Trade.
Oh the joy of the first week of school. Nothing like going with mom to the store and buying your new clothes, school supplies and Snoopy lunch box. Today, students are probably no different. I can see it now... go with mom and dad to get a new laptop, iPod, digital camera and upgrade to unlimited text messaging on the cell phone along with the… Continue
Added by John Costilla on August 25, 2008 at 8:26am —