I like the idea of the school -- but the story has that "Future's so bright you gotta wear shades" feel. It would be really interesting to write about it, as a way to see how close to this reality it comes! - post by johnnorton
This project is a production of the 7th Grade Class at Cary Academy. While learning about electricity and conducting battery and elaborate circuitry experiments, the students chose electricity topics or historical figures in history, researched their their topics, and then developed scripts for their podcasts. Using Audacity, the students mixed their audio files with music. A rubric was used to guide the students regarding the creation of their audio file.
a comprehensive DHTML site featuring DHTML scripts, tutorials, and more. - post by edgincvg
Hi Lauren, Thank you very much for posting this link. It´s really a "killer application" for language teachers. It´s a great tool for task-based language learning. I think it is a very easy and powerful way to publish task-outcomes in a 2.0 way Regards, Victoria - post by acastrillejo
might be good for finding photos - post by jdrsantos
Creative Commons Search Full copyright applies to most stuff on the web. But this search helps you find photos, music, text, and other works whose authors want you to re-use it for some uses -- without having to pay or ask permission. - post by kayell
A creative Commons search engine... My mind has been read before i even thought of this! Awesome. - post by vahidm
The internet has long been valued by teachers and librarians as a powerful research and communications tool, and in the last 10 years, it has brought about a sea change in the way students find, manage, and use information. But the promise of the Web as m - post by noondesertsky
This is a great site. When I used to teach middle school computers, I used this site to illustrate to kids how to evaluate websites. I didn't tell them it was a fake until the end of class. It was one of my favorite lessons. - post by hsquared70
As school officials try to navigate the murky waters of Internet-safety policies, one belief is resoundingly clear: Teaching children the skills they need to be safe online is a community effort, involving the help of schools, parents, researchers, and industry players.
Started in 1988, iEARN is the world's largest non-profit global network that enables teachers and young people to use the Internet and other new technologies to collaborate on projects that both enhance learning and make a difference in the world. - post by fredericknoronha
The Pew Internet & American Life Project produces reports that explore the impact of the Internet on families, communities, work and home, daily life, education, health care, and civic and political life. The Project aims to be an authoritative source on - post by thnkrnwrtr