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Mini-NESA Nov. 09
Motivation Plus -- Blogs, Mixbook, Wikis,
and other Electronic "Wows" for kids.
For those of you who attended the presentation on Friday, I owe you an explanation as to why I did not provide a CD, as mentioned in the Mini-NESA program. I thought that since everything I presented required online access, having the links provided via the website would actually be more convenient. I have the information in a Word document and pdf format; those documents can easily be made into a CD. If you would like a CD, please just drop me a line; my email address is at the bottom of this page.
Yesterday, a few hours after Mini-NESA, I found some new ideas to share. I am considering maintaining this page, with additions from time to time. What do you think?
Web 2.0 is fantastic!
Here are just a few of the sites we use at ACS to teach with and encourage students.
Wikispaces are free for K-12 educators. The online resources for self-instruction are excellent. Please consider starting a page and seeing how you might incorporate a wiki into your classroom; there are a myriad of possibilities.
Always NEW IDEAS to Share!
New ideas will be posted here, as they come along.
Voice Threadsare an easy way to share student work and voice. 2D Arabic
What about your ideas!
Drop me an email to share some of your ideas.