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Skype in the ClassroomJan. 23rd, 3:45, NCMS Using Wikis for Collaborative LearningJan. 30th, 3:45, OnlineHot Potatoes: CrosswordFeb. 6th, 3:45, NCMS VistaPrint Tips and TricksFeb. 7th, 3:45, Shuford ElementaryGet Out of the Classroom with Virtual Field TripsFeb. 13th, 3:45, OnlineLiteracy & Safety Awareness in a Digital WorldFeb. 14th, 3:30, NCHS

Want to give students authentic opportunities to write about what they read? Click here to check out Share What You're Reading, a Scholastic site that lets students write book reviews and read book reviews written by other kids. The book review form is really simple, and students don't have to set up an account to publish a review to the site. Students can browse existing reviews by genre or grade level. The next time a student asks you for a book recommendation, send them to Share What You're Reading and let them make their own choice based on reviews written by kids for kids.

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Teaching with TechnologyJanuary 22, 2012

Jayme LintonInstructional Technology FacilitatorStaff Development CoordinatorNewton-Conover City Schoolsjayme_linton@nccs.k12.nc.ushttp://techtipsforteachersblog.blogspot.comhttp://ipadsinschool.blogspot.com

Do you rely on Dropbox for file storage? If so, click here to check out ten awesome programs that work with your Dropbox account to give you extra, super-convenient features. My favorite is FileStork, which lets others add files to your Dropbox simply by clicking a link.

Mr. Crosson's English students collaboratively review for a test using Edmodo and iPads.


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