This is an amazing resource for how Google Chrome can be used to help special needs students to take full advantage of the tools at their disposal.
This collaborative space was created to celebrate the many Apps and Extensions made by developers which serve the accessibility needs of individuals with disabilities.
In this carcast, I think through how amazing a state-wide twitter chat will be. Please come and join this afternoon and every 4th MONDAY (sorry I said Tuesday on the video) at 4:00 for #COedchat.
I have some questions, though, about how it will work and who will own the conversation.…
*Link to the planning doc:* http://bit.ly/openroundtable
1. This roundtable will delve into the reasons for why any teacher or leader should consider building, using or sharing Open Educational Resources within their school or classroom environment.
2. This roundtable will also discuss the merits of particular OER movements, consortiums, and resources.…
Well, didn’t we have a party! I really enjoyed Rhizo14, and I thank everyone who joined in, especially the lurkers, who play a much unheralded role in the community as curriculum. I think they are the ones I most want to talk about.… Continue reading
I wrote this email earlier today and I thought it might be valuable to the readers of this blog as well. Here is what I wrote about recording audio and podcasting on a Chrombook:
For easy audio recording (single track), I recommend:
So, I really wanted a way to send out an email for people to submit a choice without having to actually fill out a form. I wanted to do this to lower the barrier of entry for stating a preference in a form, but I think there are a lot of great ways to use this hack.…
I love this example of using a tool for a strategic teaching and learning purpose. Nice work, Lisa!
Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: Showcase #TeacherEffectiveness using Padlet
Last week I shared ways to showcase teacher effectiveness via digital portfolios using a wiki and eduClipper.