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Looking for a Web 2.0 app for your classroom? Here's a space for people interested in new technologies and media.

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Interesting blog on education (with an emphasis on technology and teacher training) from the University of Michigan's MAC Program - http://ed504profs.blogspot.com/

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Comment by Dann on October 11, 2013 at 9:34am

We recently produced a high-quality video to help students learn the positives and negatives of having a digital footprint.  A local university, police department, and marketing company all gave great insight.  Feel free to use this video in your schools!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pDHz-e5xrs

Comment by Michele Vogt-Schuller on July 20, 2013 at 4:12pm

Convergence theory - where "Everything that Rises Must Converge" (thanks Flannery O'Connor, Lost and Teilhard de Chardin" - enter the Pixar Universe - the author lays out a lovely argument to convince us that the Pixar world is indeed connected: http://jonnegroni.com/2013/07/11/the-pixar-theory/

Comment by Steve Hayes on February 26, 2013 at 4:49pm

Hi Everyone in the "New Media & Technology" Group,  If you are interested in project-based learning with mobile devices, Tony Vincent (www.learninginhand.com) will be guest moderating #BYOTchat on Twitter this Thursday 9pm EST.  More info at www.byotchat.com  - Thanks!

Comment by Ryan Goble on February 25, 2013 at 11:13am

Hi Karyn A Nadler! You sent a great question to everyone in the group. Unfortunately, things like this - when e-mailed to the group tend to not be super easy to respond to. For that reason do consider re-posting the question you e-mailed up above us in the discussion forum as a crowdsource question. That way you have a dedicated URL and I can share your ? on a Crowdsource Tuesday!

Stay Groovy!
Ryan

Comment by Ryan Goble on September 5, 2012 at 8:59am

Helen, thank you soooo much for sharing this info!  You can always post this up in the discussion forum but since it is a fleeting resource it might actually be a better wall post - that is me e-thinking out loud.  At any rate, thank you for the share! 

Comment by Helen on September 4, 2012 at 4:37pm

Flipped Classroom webinars - free PD

Sessions provided by teachers in a variety of subjects that help you understand the flipped model:  providing media at home/school as homework and doing homework in the classroom, has changed and improved student outcomes.  Mastery learning is the goal.

Join the flipped learning network for more information and meet the teachers involved with the Flipped Classroom model - whether they do one lesson or a complete course:
http://flippedclassroom.org/?xg_source=badge

The webinars and registration info is listed here:\

Click here: Flippped Learning Webinar Details

Just a few of the webinars presented by teachers all over the USA & Canada:

2012
October 10 – English/Language Arts
April Gudenrath, Academy School District 20, Colorado Springs, CO
Troy Cockrum, St. Thomas Aquinas School, Indianapolis, IN
Click to register now.

November 14 – Math
Crystal Kirch, Segerstrom High School, Santa Ana, CA
Stacey Roshan, Bullis School, Potomac, MD
Click to register now.

December 5 – Foreign Language 
Heather Witten, Elizabeth High School, Elizabeth, CO
Click to register now.

2013
January 9 – Science
Brian Bennett, South Bend Career Academy, South Bend, IN
Marc Seigel, Middletown High School, Middletown, NJ
Ramsey Musallam, Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory, San Francisco, CA
Deb Wolf, Sioux Falls School District, Sioux Falls, SD

Comment by Ryan Goble on July 12, 2012 at 9:52pm

Hi Melanie - this is a great question. Unfortunately, big questions on the comment wall are not easy for folks to respond to and get buried over time.

Would you consider moving this question above us to the discussion forum? When you post your ? above your "affinity group" peeps can give you feedback. Because forum ?s have URLs it will be in there for the next person with a similar ? AND I can broadcast the question to the whole Ning on crowdsource Tuesday when I'm back broadcasting

Thanks for getting in the mix - your question is an awesome one - short answer "many benefits" :)

RRG:)

Comment by Melanie Craig on July 12, 2012 at 9:44pm

What benefit does students creating their own media have in the english classroom?

Comment by Ryan Goble on January 20, 2012 at 12:50pm

Yikes, let me know if my writing there is unclear but you would go to the A&VC group and post up above the wall (this is the wall) in the discussion forum. Stuff on the wall gets lost/ buried over time whereas CS things in the discussion forum have urls that I can share when I'm doing full ning broadcasts.  Does that make sense?

Comment by Margie Arnett on January 20, 2012 at 12:40pm

Thanks Ryan.  I clicked the crowdsource link, but wasn't sure how/where to post. 

 

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