Daily Education & Technology News for Schools 04/03/2011

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7 thoughts on “Daily Education & Technology News for Schools 04/03/2011

  1. Hi Vicki,

    Thanks for your great daily news digests! The fake Facebook profile sounds like a really fun learning tool.

    I just wanted to let you know that the Knewton blog recently featured Cool Cat Teacher as one of the “EdTech Blogs We Love.” You can check it out here: http://www.knewton.com/blog/edtech/technology/2011/04/02/edtech-blogs-we-love-teacher-reboot-camp-the-pursuit-of-technology-integration-happiness-cool-cat-teacher

    We’ve really been enjoying your posts!

  2. Cool!! Thank you so much!!!

    Vicki Davis
    Cool Cat Teacher Blog

    Building the bridges of today that the society of tomorrow will walk across.

    Sent from my iPod touch

  3. This isn’t a thing to make a real facebook account. It is totally
    disconnected from facebook but rather, a graphic design tool to make a fake
    one that one can print or turn in to a teacher or embed in a blog. so, it is
    a way to make one without making one. Thus, FAKEBOOK. 😉

    But yes, you are right and thank you because many may not understand that

    Vicki A. Davis
    Blog: http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com
    Twitter: @coolcatteacher

  4. I think this is a great way for students to do a ton of projects. All of these kids know facebook like the back of their hand so it gives them a platform to work on. I think kids would love to do this instead of something like a power point or poster project.

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