THIS changes everything? – Arlington, VA, United States, ASCD EDge Blog post
Are you a techno-constructivist? How do you envision and implement the use of technology? Scott Noon originally asked this question some ten years ago. Are you a techno-traditionalist? And should you be? I’m still asking the question today.
iPad, I Saw, I Waited: The State of E-Textbooks | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
If you’re looking for a textbook example of technology obstruction by the media industry, look no further than e-textbooks.
“About 90 percent of the time, the cheapest option is still to buy a used book and then resell that book,” says Jonathan Robinson, founder of FreeTextbooks.com, an online retailer of discount books. “That is really an obstacle for widespread adoption [of e-textbooks], because smarter consumers realize that and are not going to leap into the digital movement until the pricing evens out.”
Online version of the child’s activity board
Myoats – Create Something.
Fun with reflections and patterns
Can you create your own patterns?
Fun with crayons
Flame Painter | free online paint program
Drawing fun online and on your iPad
Mathematical visualization (and fun)
string spin – zefrank.com
Click anywhere and draw!
Welcome to Lessonopoly, a free tool that lets you manage your classroom, find and share lesson plans, and connect with other teachers.
Google Music App For Ubuntu with Sound Menu and Native Notifications Support ~ Ubuntu Vibes
Google Music Frame runs Google Music web interface in its own window and provides integration with Ubuntu sound menu and notifications. It also remembers last session and the current view (album, genre list, etc.)
Our “Leaders” are Illiterate
Interesting comment and statistic. I like the quote.
The “overlearning the game” problem – Andrew on Everything
I think this problem, of overlearning the game to a point where you exploit the rules to achieve goals that are far removed, or even opposed, to the original intent of the game, is systemic in human society and permeates almost all aspects of our lives.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.