Edmodo is an easy way to get your students connected so they can safely collaborate, get and stay organized, and access assignments, grades, and school messages.
TED-Ed Website Tour
The TED-Ed team provides an in depth look at the powerful features of the newly-launched TED-ED Beta website. You'll learn how TED-Ed videos are created, how...
The Global Education Conference Network
Welcome to our online community focused on globally connected teaching and learning. Contribute ideas, resources, and inspiration!
I love Symbaloo as a place to create webmixes for students (to keep them where you want them!) and as a productivity bookmarking tool. Here's a webmix I created for a teacher professional development workshop I did recently.
Summer Learning Series-Doing More And Learning More With Diigo
Have you discovered Diigo yet? I use it as a social bookmarking productivity tool to save, sort, comment on, highlight, and keep track of things I want to keep. My two favorite features (other than bookmarking a site) are the ability to highlight a phrase and to share a list of resources with others. Here's a list of math helps for students I created.
Growing my Personal Learning Environment
If I was a seed at the beginning of this week, I’ve definitely gained a few roots, stems, and possibly even a leaf or two. Cultivating a professional online presence is not an easy task. It t…
10 Things You Can Do with PDF that You Didn’t Know About | The PDFBEAR Blog
10 Functions to discover with PDFBear has to offer that has been unbeknownst to the user. All for free!
Google+ Authorship and SEO
I have been a long-time Google Apps for Education user and believer. I use Google+ in addition to Twitter and Facebook because I like its versatility in sharing and connecting with others. Bonus: the ability to easily create circles and share within those circles.
My digital footprint and PLN
10 Strategies for leaving a positive digital footprint and growing my Personal Learning Network. Packed with helpful links, resources, tools, and research.
I just joined this 'social network for those interested in Web 2.0, Social Media, and Participative Technologies in the classroom'. I look forward to sharing with and learning from 70,000 members from 188 countries.