Archive for May, 2007
May 28, 2007
Have you visited TeacherTube yet? Launched in early March, 2007, it is a searchable site that is similar to YouTube, but more geared for students and educators. It has been talked about MUCH in the educational blogosphere lately. From Technorati, I found 796 posts that include a reference to TeacherTube, so it is definitely getting [...]
May 23, 2007
Check it out! A program called PhotoWipe that will remove lines magically with a simple swipe or eraser tool. How cool is that?
May 22, 2007
If so, you MUST see this simple video from the CommonCraft Blog. So simple, even an elementary school student (or an adult digital immigrant) can understand. I promise! http://www.commoncraft.com/rss_plain_english blogging RSS Digital Immigrant
May 20, 2007
May 19, 2007
Visit this TeacherTube video to get a quick and dirty video tutorial. Of course you’ll need Audacity to follow the instructions on this tutorial, but oh the power of sharing! Let me know what you think!
May 17, 2007
I have been trying to find a wiki–any kind of wiki outside of Wikipedia–that serves its users well. I particularly would like to see a class wiki, but I haven’t seen many that I liked or that the purpose was obvious. A lot of my friends use Moodle, which is not really a wiki or [...]
May 16, 2007
Do you like fancy animations and glitter enahnced text? Welcome to RockYou, a site that allows you to add real pizazz to your site. Check it out!! See an example here!
May 10, 2007
I have decided I am tired of being a “planning period” for elementary teachers, and tired of modeling project based learning to no avail. I have resigned effective the end of school, and am in the process of seeking a new job. Actually I have an offer but no contract yet. So my options are [...]
May 7, 2007
–pronounced photo- is a new photoeditor, at least new to me. This one is said to be a comparable to the Adobe Photoshop program. Cool beans! There are lots of photo tools, and you can adjust photos or repair them. Its a free editor with lots of bells and whistles, and even allows layering, something [...]