Add this to your list of gender and video games resources. It’s a good article with LOTS of comments.
This looks like a balanced discussion of the good and bad of blogs as collaborative class writing spaces.
- Hugh Hewitt: Blog
- David H. Jonassen: Computers as Mindtools for Schools
- Marc Prensky: Digital Game-Based Learning
- Justine Cassell and Henry Jenkins: From Barbie to Mortal Combat
- David H. Jonassen: Learning to Solve Problems with Technology
- Seymour Papert: Mindstorms
- Clark Aldrich: Simulations and the Future of Learning
- Seymour Papert: The Children’s Machine
- Seymour Papert: The Connected Family
- James Paul Gee: What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Leaerning and Literacy
More Ed Tech Blogs
- EduBlog Insights: Comments, reflections, and occasional brainstorms
- Weblogg-ed.com: The read/write web in the classroom
- The Committed Sardine: Comentary of a distinctive flavor
- EduPodder Weblog: Research in the use of podcasting in education
- Exactly 2 Cents Worth: Occasional thoughts about education, teaching, learning, and the21st century
Read/Write Web Services
- FURL: Save, search, and share your personal web
- Flickr: Online photo management and sharing
- Bloglines: A comprehensive, integrated service for searching, subscribing,publishing and sharing news feeds, blogs, and rich Web conten
- Feedster: Delivers fresh news and opinions
- PubSub: Matches your requests against new information as it appears in real time, all the time
This is what I was getting at with my kitchy attempt to coin vidicasting (how embarassing) in my own blog. This is a great post with a great pic.
This looks like a discussion of the marriage between the delphi research technique and the modern read/write web. Interesting and I will probably come back to it.