Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Dean Shareski: Telling The New Story Part 4 of 4


I'm exactly one month late with this. Dean has had his post up since June 5. This is a mirror of Dean's post where he, Kathy, Clarence and I had a chance to chat together about the new stories coming out of our classrooms as a result of our using web 2.0 tools with our students. The purpose of the mirror is mostly just for my reference -- I'm borrowing Brian's "outboard brain" idea. ;-)
The New Story Wrap Up (26MB, 1 hr. 4 min.)

Show Notes
The New Story Podcast Series, What Came Before ...
Part 1, Part 2, Part 2 - the video, Part 3
Darren Kuropatwa's Blog
Kathy Cassidy's Blog
Clarence Fisher's Blog
Dean Shareski's Blog
Cheryl Oake's Blog
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Jeff Utecht's Blog - The Thinking Stick
Excellence and Imagination
(Clarence's Classroom Central Blog)
State of Maine Standards & Assessment
Cheryl's Class Blog
BPRIME the new format
Bloom's Taxonomy
Apple 1 to 1 Learning
Maine Learning Technology Initiative
Article from The Vancouver Sun: Boys exhibit high literacy skills with video games
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Sim City
George Siemens Blog
Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age
Fundamental Change
(Clarence's post re: becoming a "network administrator")
Kathy's class saw a shark
Doug Noon's Blog (Borderland)
DOPA - The Wiki
(Resources and community opposed to DOPA)
Finding a Voice - Fighting Peer Pressure
(Clarence's post about his kids' posts)
Skypecast Directory
Dean's Digital Storytelling Workshop
David Warlick - Blogging and the Flat Classroom
Dean's RSS Analogy
Bob Sprankle

If you wish, you can continue to grow this podcast by leaving an audio comment. Tell us how you've begun to use web 2.0 tools in your class and something about the impact it has had on you and your students. Or if you haven't yet started using these tools in your classes then tell us what's holding you back. What are your worries or concerns? If you just want to leave a question for any of us you can do that too. ;-)


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