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Free Online Audio Book Collection

• November 8, 2010 • Comments (1)
Free Online Audio Book Collection

I began organizing my unit on Nathaniel Hawthorne this week. I sat and looked at the old tattered copies of The Scarlet Letter that had been passed down to me from one of the veteran teachers. I flipped through a few pages and my head started to hurt. How was I going to convince my [...]

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Digital Storytelling Teach-nology: Part I

• November 3, 2010 • Comments (2)
Digital Storytelling Teach-nology: Part I

Last month I did a short series on using Storybird in the classroom. After some really great emails, a bit of trial and error, and a bit of research, I have decided that the series on Storybird just begins to craft the narrative of digital storytelling. The art of digital storytelling seems to be an [...]

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There's an App for That!

• October 30, 2010 • Comments (2)

It is estimated that there are twice as many mobile phones in use than there are computers. While there are numerous digitalĀ applications for computers, but the mobile application arena is still emergent. That may seem hard to believe when you think about the infusion of technology and increase smart phone use. For high school educators [...]

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Georgia Educational Research Association

• October 21, 2010 • Comments (0)
Georgia Educational Research Association

Tomorrow I will be presenting at my first conference since graduation from my doctoral program in August. I’m presenting a research study on the correlation between teacher race, educational level, and school composition, and disproportionate retention rates among elementary school students at GERA. As a graduate student I became quite the scholar of Critical Race [...]

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Storybird Teach-nology: Part II

• October 16, 2010 • Comments (0)
Storybird Teach-nology: Part II

I hope that you have had an opportunity to experiment with Storybird! Part II addresses some of the challenges that you may encounter when using Storybird. Here is an easy to use FAQ about this tool. 1. This site is Open Source. That means that it is currently free! Sounds good, but…Plans are apparently in [...]

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Storybird Teach-nology: Part I

• October 11, 2010 • Comments (0)
Storybird Teach-nology: Part I

Storybird is a very user friendly collaborative storytelling site! It makes it easy to create stories digitally and present them in a professional, aesthetically appealing manner. Users can even collaborate and produce a digital storybook together. Storybird has a wide appeal. Elementary through high school students can use this application! For primary students, this tool [...]

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Extracting pictures from Microsoft Word

• October 2, 2010 • Comments (0)
Extracting pictures from Microsoft Word

Teachers often create documents using images that they found using clip art. Unfortnately, if you want to save those images as gif or jpeg files, you cannot. Unless you have the image already saved, transferring that image into a Word Press web site, other presentation software, or any other use that requires a saved picture, [...]

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QR Codes in the Library Setting

• September 22, 2010 • Comments (1)
QR Codes in the Library Setting

A few days ago I discussed the emergence of QR codes in marketing formats. In America they are most commonly showing up in magazines to promote events, films, and products. Overseas QR codes have become an active part of many markets. Japan and Australia are just a few of the more common. Intrigued by this [...]

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School Firewalls

• September 6, 2010 • Comments (0)
School Firewalls

One of the biggest blockades to accessing technology is schools is school! Diigo, WordPress, YouTube are just a few of the sites that force me to come face to face with the dreaded firewall. The one constant that binds these sites together is that they have the potential to allow students to access material that [...]

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Facebook…for Learning?

• September 4, 2010 • Comments (1)
Facebook…for Learning?

As a social networking tool, the popularity and phenomena of Facebook is undeniable. As an instructional tool, some educators are probably shaking their heads immediately! As a high school teacher, I know that many of my students are active facebookers. I decided to informally survey all of my American Literature students to see how many [...]

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