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Sqworl: Visual Bookmarking

Posted by Julia Robeck on 5th March 2015

Sqworl, like Delicious and Diigo, is a bookmarking tool that can be useful in the classroom. Sqworl takes a screenshot of the sites you bookmark and opens each bookmark in the same browser tab for easy navigation. Richard Byrne demonstrates Sqworl’s visual bookmark features in his video below.

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Create Goobrics

Posted by Julia Robeck on 22nd February 2015

Using Tech4Learning Rubrics with Goobric, Doctopus, and the Google Classroom “Tired of Rubistar rubrics?  Want to use Goobric but don’t want to create your own rubric from scratch?  In this episode, learn how to use Tech4Learning’s rubric maker to create excellent rubrics that can be used with Goobric, Doctopus, and Google classroom.  Tech4Learning rubrics offer some […]

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Online Learning Effective

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 26th September 2014

Online Learning is Just as Effective as Traditional Education, According to a New MIT Study MIT recently released its final report on what the school’s future will look like, education-wise. As with any disruptive technology, MOOCs have been viewed with enthusiasm in many quarters and skepticism in some. However, the underlying facts are inarguable: […]

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25 Smart #SocialMedia Tips For #EdLeaders

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 23rd October 2013   5 Learning Strategies Track relevant hashtags on twitter (I use Hootsuite) Use a reader to scan key blogs (I switched from iGoogle to Ustart & Feedly) Like causes/companies and track on Facebook Learn about your audience and growth  (we use Sprout Social and Google Analytics) Open a doc for good question you receive; […]

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