IN a 3 hour class at ACTEM in Maine, these twenty five amazing educators came up with a template for evaluating free sites and began evaluating and sharing websites. Feel free to join in and share websites.
There are so many lists of websites, but this is an effort to evaluate and share reviews about the sites. They named the wiki and created the template and I hope they'll continue this sharing. When a teacher finds a great site, they should share!
Great work, Class!
Here is the link to the Digiteacher Workshop that Julie Lindsay and I are planning to do at ISTE. The other sessions that we're doing are almost full and I wanted to share this link with those who are going to ISTE and would like to participate in this workshop on Monday.
"Understand the project-based method of teaching digital citizenship first hand in this workshop from Vicki �Cool Cat Teacher� Davis, co-founder of the Digiteen project." and Julie Lindsay
Looking forward to presenting in New York State on January 15, 2010 for the Technology Leadership Institute. They have quite a line of up for their speaker series this year including myself, Dr. Jason Ohler, Michael Horn, Dr. Gary Stager, Steve Hargadon, and David Pogue.
This page has information on attending and signing up for these sessions. If you read this blog and attend, please introduce yourself.
Free Web 2.0 workshop in Chicago on Friday November 7 and Saturday november 8 from 8 am - 4 pm. Steve Hargadon is working with this and he always does an excellent job. Best of all , it is FREE! A good 20 or so people are already signed up - http://wiki.classroom20.com/Attending+Chicago+2008
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