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Teamwork & Southwest Airlines

As I was hunting around on the web this morning I stumble across the Southwest Airlines Flickr Pool through one of my favorite bloggers, Wesley Fryer. For those of you who aren’t currently Flickr users (hang around me long enough and you’ll start using it – here are some reasons why), the way a pool […]

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Can You Find the Forces?

As I’ve mentioned in past weeks I’m trying to refocus technology usage in my classroom so that its simple and seamless. I want to move away from the mindset that students can only use technology to produce large projects. At a 1:1 school I feel technology should be used everyday for even the most basic […]

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Top 10 Websites all in 1 Place!

While recording our podcast this weekend, I learned of a handy new metasearch engine – Joongel.  This site allows users to easily find images, music, and video (among many other things) by searching the top 10 websites in each area.  From the image search perspective I really like how Joongel allows you to simply find […]

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The Secret of Glogster

“Glogster?  What’s that?”  A few months ago that was my reaction when John Patten mentioned the online poster creation site, Glogster.  After a Saturday of playing, I’ve become a huge fan! Glogster is a bit tough to describe. I guess you could characterize it as an online interactive poster website thingy. Think of it as […]

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How the Web Transformed this Year’s Election

As I mentioned earlier this week I chose to take in Tuesday’s historic election returns “web 2.0 style.” Its taken me a few days to cobble my thoughts together, but this morning I wanted to share a short synopsis.  Tuesday night I truly observed some amazing things and with the passage of Prop 8 in […]

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Top 5 Tools to Beat Election News Coverage

Like many of you I will be plopping down in front of the television tomorrow night to watch election coverage.  But you can bet that my top 5 websites, or web 2.0 tools, will be the place to find out what’s happening BEFORE the traditional news outlets. And, after eight long years of the current […]

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Current Events Web 2.0 Style

Late this morning I popped by Kelly’s office after leaving school with the hopes of meeting him briefly for lunch. Nearly as soon as I sat down in his office to wait for him to finish a conference call, he came running back in with news that Southern California was experiencing an earthquake. Since I […]

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