Eduelf looks like it is going to be fun this year – I missed it last year. Join in!!
Student bloggers — they want to blog.
Great article comparing Diigo to Delicious. Although I still send my links to delicious – I use classroom diigo groups and have a multitude of reasons Diigo is far superior to delicious. I agree with this blogger.
If you’re wondering what the “deal” is, this is a good article to review.
For history teachers and others – a new online history museum for those who love history and want to share it.
Excellent blog post from Elizabeth Holmes reflecting on the importance (and failures) of American education including some great graphics and photos I hadn’t yet seen (but would be great stats for some of you presenters out there.) Nice blog, Elizabeth.
Who says you cannot read on the Internet? I am reading through this little gem from an unknown author from 1910 called “The Laying of the Monster” — I’m not through it yet, but the initial piece is just beautiful. Literature teachers, there is a wealth of material out there to use and teach in terms of literary terms such as metaphor.
Very exciting for me is the ability to add a little Google Calendar and Google docs widget to the left side of my email!!! Just click on Settings and go to Labs, it is near the bottom. Wish I could put it on the right side, though!
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