I wanted to share a recent experience I had with Twitter. I am a relatively new convert to Twitter and have managed to gain a lot of amazing information from it. This is one of the first times I reached out to someone in my network for help. I was not disappointed. I use MindNode
If you haven't seen Jux already, take a couple of minutes to investigate. Jux is a web application that allows you to upload content, especially pictures and videos, and display it in the most stylish way imaginable. The display is super clean and highly visual, but is not restricted to images. Jux allows: block quotes
Creative Book Builder is one of those apps for iOS devices that can be applied across all learning areas, and can enable the iPad to be a truly creative device. The app allows the user to create a fully published ebook by assembling content including: text images videos audio clips code music For older students,
Here is an interesting article I came across from All Things Digital. Adds to the fact that being 'online' is something that just 'is' now, wether we realise it or not. I guess that means I'm online 24/7 - scary!
Several times, recently, I have mentioned to teachers that they may be missing out on loads of great information and resources by NOT being involved in Twitter. Quite often, the response is less than enthusiastic, and may include a comment about not being interested in what someone is having for breakfast, or what someone's cat
While watching some awesome breakfast TV this morning, I cam across this website: www.talkingbacktofacebook.com Turns out there is a book for parents to read through that in James P. Steyers words, 'helps inspire a national dialogue about what we as a society can do to minimize the perils and maximize the profound possibilities of new