So sorry it has taken me so long to post this audio. Real life keeps getting in the way.
This show came to be as a result of me wanting to automate our lunch count proceedure. I wanted to know the best way to use Google Spreadsheet/Forms to make it happen. Once again, Jen Wagner came to the rescue along with Mark Samberg and his great ideas.
Thanks for a great learning experience!
What web tools does every teacher need?
We’re back! Welcome to the new folks! And of course, welcome to those that contiune to hang with me! Tonight was a trail to see if I really could stay connected. Hope to see everybody next week.
A great chat with some new folks. Welcome to Criss Crissman and her class. We will continue the conversation Thursday 1/31/08 @ 7:00 est – come join us and play.
Thanks to all!
Making Connections # 25 was all about classtools.net
(something I learned about from Twitter) a cools site that allows you to create
Flash games for the classroom. We
started the show with a bang and even made some new connections. Welcome to Bill Gaskins and Shelia as first
timers. I am sorry to say about 13
minutes into the show something went very wrong with my audio recording. But I hope what you hear gives you enough
information to get you excited about the site.
Thanks to Deborah Goodman for giving us a guided tour of Big6. An information problem solving strategy developed by Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz. All the links are listed in the following document:
I believe the answer to virtual worlds in elementary school
may be within the Edusim environment. A
protected world where educators along with their students can experiment and
create learning environments.