Genevieve Huff’s fundraising page for JSA Summer Programs to benefit Junior State of America | StayClassy.org
Important: my stepdaughter is raising tuition for a program at Georgetown. If you can donate even $10, go here: http://t.co/oEUw6HXG
PicMonkey – Photo Editing Made of Win
Have students use PicMonkey to create book trailer collages: http://t.co/vJmJQwW8 . No registration required.
We’re loving this video from @CodeClub whose mission is to inspire kids to learn to code: http://t.co/xAc7LaQK
Success – YouTube
Great video Clip how audio recordings can be used in books & accessed via QR codes: http://t.co/UU59DAu6 http://t.co/jI0v4bae via @pinterest
Why Students Should Learn to Write for the Public | MindShift
Why Students Should Learn to Write for the Public http://t.co/2UWNXNjk #edchat
The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture for Tinkering and Maker Education « User Generated Education
The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture for Tinkering and Maker Education http://t.co/JhrD5Ft6 via @jackiegerstein
Digital, print, oral: Shakespeare’s Sonnets for iPad brings reading full circle | The Verge
My favorite part of Shakespeare’s Sonnets for iPad? It’s not one thing. All the scholars/readers disagree about it. http://t.co/mxYv7B2y
Historypin | Home
Historypin is a way for millions of people to come together, from across different generations, cultures and places, to share small glimpses of the past and to build up the huge story of human history.
Everyone has history to share: whether its sitting in yellowed albums in the attic, collected in piles of crackly tapes, conserved in the 1000s of archives all over the world or passed down in memories and old stories.
Each of these pieces of history finds a home on Historypin, where everyone has the chance to see it, add to it, learn from it, debate it and use it to build up a more complete understanding of the world.
The Easy Portfolio App—ePortfolio Tool for Students & Teachers « Mr Robbo – The P.E Geek
The Easy Portfolio App – ePortfolio Tool for Students & Teachers http://t.co/ZBOEBQIJ
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