Archive for December, 2010
“Painting with hyperlinks…” to create a story. This resources provides a way to tie your research together through links and paths to organize ideas and thoughts into a cohesive learning map.
The last Space Shuttle launch has been delayed a couple months. This should give you time to check out the NASA myexploration site to see what kinds of experiments and projects they have in store for the last shuttle launch! Can you say, “C3Po or R2D2?”
The state of Arizona’s effort in improving student engagement in schools through professional development and teachers. This particular link is just one good example of some of the resources they have within their site.
Allows you to create a page that displays your YouTube, Vimeo, etc. video without all the other video links. It essentially isolates the video you are sharing on a separate web page. This is useful when sharing in class. You can create a shortened web address that can then be added to your Moodle site, blog, or web site. (However, still shows related videos in bottom margin of video at completion.)
This is a very painterly-like web based tool brought to you for free from the National Gallery of Art.
A free web based paint tool.
Figment is a community where you can share your writing, connect with other readers, and discover new stories and authors. Whatever you’re into, from sonnets to mysteries, from sci-fi stories to cell phone novels, you can find it all here.
May be a great place for middle school students to share their writing and get feedback beyond class. What do you think?