Earn an Edmodo Training Badge | Edmodo – Safe Social Networking for Schools
“Watch the Intro to Edmodo recording and follow the instructions for joining the Edmodo New User group.”
Ways to use Facebook effectively in class | ZDNet
Charlie Osborne, a journalist and ex-teacher, has some great suggestions in this article for using Facebook in the classroom.
The Ladder of Inference – Problem-Solving Training from MindTools.com
“The Ladder of Inference describes the thinking process that we go through, usually without realizing it, to get from a fact to a decision or action. The thinking stages can be seen as rungs on a ladder.”
Digital Citizenship Week | always learning
“How are you a responsible digital citizen?” This blog posts shares how an international school reinforces concepts such as balance, safety, behavior, reflection and possibilities with their students.
10 Changes to Expect from the Library of the Future | Online Universities
“The library system probably won’t disappear anytime soon, but rather, see itself blossoming into something new and exciting in congruence with today’s myriad informational demands.”
Crocodoc is a simple service that allows users to quickly share and edit PDFs, Word documents, and PowerPoint files.To use Crocodoc just upload your file, select your marking tool, and get to work. Crocodoc provides a unique url for every file you upload. Share that url with the people you want to have comment on your PDF, Word file, or PowerPoint slides. You can also embed your file into a blog post or webpage and allow people to comment on it there.
Web Tools for Teachers by Type – LiveBinder
Click on a tab and find the resources for Photo Editing, Blogging, Research Tools, Curation Tools, Drawing Tools, and more.
Special Education/ ASD – LiveBinder
Click on a tab and find the resources for Emotion Resources, Autism Games, Behaviour Resources, Teaching Resources for Special Education and Visual Strategies.
Within each tab, you’ll find the tools that she has identified that fall into that category. There are some really interesting resources that I think would find their way into the toolkit for Special Education classes.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.