Anyone using Roblox as a learning tool for students? I see many applications to show understanding and provide opportunities for collaboration. I'm wondering if there are any considerations you would suggest as a result of using this tool with kids.

Looking for ideas for a Beebot challenge to engage teachers at a staff meeting. The goal is to cultivate interest in using beebots k-5. Currently the assumption is they are for pre-K-2. Competitive staff loves a contest- what have you used that's worked?

HI- I am looking for an effective way to have sixth and seventh grade students record learning/ideas/aha moments from field trips on the fly. We are planning to use a "reporter" model. Not all students will have devices, but all students will need access to the evidence that's collected. Best case scenario would be an app that records pictures and voice as well as video AND uploads to google drive. What's your best suggestion?

Hello! I am Lisa Kelley, an English teacher from Nokomis Regional High in Newport. I started a media/journalism class last year and am particularly interested in building that program. I enjoyed reading the article and appreciated the example from Yarmouth.

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I am looking to get a Makerbot for my high school Engineering Class.  Would you be willing to help me raise the money to do it?  Any amount would help.  http://www.donorschoose.org/project/make-engineering-come-alive/1182422/?rf=link_dccontent_2014_02_teacherid_860130&challengeid=370026

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I blogged about Casey Neistat's studio space a few weeks ago on WDL. Here's part 1 of a 3 part video tour of the same space. Inspiration for teachers getting their spaces ready!  Woot!

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Getting loads of good stuff at #gafesummit  at Hampden Academy today; currently watching Monica Martinez lay out Google tools A-Z 
Google A - Z - iGoogle
Google A - Z - iGoogle
sites.google.com

Got my iPad mini and MacBook
Air from school today. Too many new things to explore. #learningoverload

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Latest Wicked Decent Learning Blog post: Student Journalism and Technology 

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Episode 131 Twitterchat
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Podcast Episode 131
Jeff and Dan discuss Twitterchatting as professional development.

 

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