Monthly Archives: July 2012

Mastering the Moodle 2 Workshop Module

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MASTERING THEMOODLE 2 WORKSHOPMichelle MooreChief Evangelist (RT @ronhoutman: Michelle Moore’s slidedeck on Mastering the Workshop module is here: http://t.co/VnPOUdZt #mootusin12 – Happy Friday…

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Direct YouTube Downloader

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Download Youtube videos and save in formats suitable for a range of mobile devices and tablets.

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Google Apps for Education Singapore Summit

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The Google Apps for Education Singapore Summit is a regional users summit at the Singapore American School September 8 and 9, 2012.

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Classroom in the Cloud

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blog of an innovative teacher

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Lifelong Kindergarten :: MIT Media Lab

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We develop new technologies that, in the spirit
of the blocks and fingerpaint of kindergarten,
expand the range of what people can design,
create, and learn.

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ScratchEd

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ScratchEd is an online community where Scratch educators:

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OpenDisc | Education

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A collection of high quality open source software for Windows…

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The Evolution Of Web Hosting [Infographic]

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The history and evolution of web hosting in infographics

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Presentations

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Using Technology to Engage Today’s Math Students – Presentations and Resources

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The Most Beautiful Short Film About Cryptography You’ll See Today

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It has World War II intrigue. An unsolved puzzle hiding a historic fortune. A Rube Goldberg machine escape. And it’s all gorgeously rotoscoped. The Thomas Beale Cipher, a short film by Andrew Allen, is worth your next ten minutes. (The Most Beautiful Short Film About Cryptography You’ll See Today [Video] http://j.mp/f5DGMn)

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