Edublogs Round One: And the Bloggies Go To . . .
RR shares some “model posts” from pre-service teachers.
(tags: edublogs blogging)
Google To “Out Open” Facebook On November 5
This link from iJohnpederson is the first I’ve heard of this exciting Google news. I can’t wait to see what 3rd party developers do with Google tools – and data.
ijohnpederson: Del.icio.us in Plain English
How could I not bookmark this video with del.icio.us. And the best part about it, says iJohn, is that it talks directly to teachers.
(tags: del.icio.us socialbookmarking)
The Four Eyed Technologist » Blog Archive » The Simple Reality
Ryan Bretag coins a great extension of a Prensky Quote and says: Will we ever reach a point where students say “when I go to school, I have to power up”?
(tags: edugames education)
LetterPop, free online newsletters
Here’s a cool tool via Kevin Jarrett’s blog. Though there are many ways to do a good newsletter (including a blog, I’d say), this might appeal to teachers, especially if they want to print a hardcopy.
Wikispaces Creates Video Widget for TeacherTube!
This may have been a part of the early wikispaces announcements, but I thought it was worth pointing out anyway. BTW, teachertube has a blog. ;)
(tags: wikis wikispaces teachertube video)
immersive learning simulation
Clark Aldrich offers a mindmap of sims, serious games, educational simulations and more. His blog is a steady stream of new terms and new ideas related to simulations and learning.
(tags: edugames simulations)