New site that lets you write collaboratively – they say they are using it quite a bit with schools.
Another website for sharing information and making class pages.
Planet connect grants for students with ideas for how to fix environmental problems in their school or local community. A great way to promote action. (Hat tip to my friend Salim Al-Busaidi)
New website for keeping up with parents and kids – this has just been initially launched and doesn’t have a lot of integration with other sites, but could be a great standalone for teachers who cannot access the tools that are out there and don’t have an SIS. Try this.
The replacement for Jott (since they began charging) this is a good entry-level cell phone tool to share in workshops so people can decide if they “get it” before they “get it.” Will be using with my students this week.
Cell phone lesson plan from Beth Glasgow in Shelby County Alabama (courtesy of my new friend Dr. Frank Buck)
Another blogging challenge which lets you win 12 months free edublogs supporter subscription. Just blog and share your tips.
So, want to join in the challenge – looks like a lot of fun!
Students in Tasmania that are blogging on edublogs. We are using Edublogs and I’m really enjoying it for our classroom.
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