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Great Examples of Voicethreads
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Daccord Nov 17, 2010.

Help decide technology standards for NCSS Conference!
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Taft Sep 17, 2009.

 

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Justin Reich left a comment for Dr. Debra Pope Johnson
"Nice to see you here Deb! Best, Justin"
Nov 17, 2010
Thomas Daccord replied to Justin Reich's discussion Great Examples of Voicethreads
"The VoiceThread Digital Library contains a few examples: http://voicethread.com/community/library/ . Mind you, I'd love to hear how classroom teachers on this network are integrating VoiceThreads."
Nov 17, 2010
Justin Reich posted a discussion

Great Examples of Voicethreads

Anyone have dynamite examples/exemplars of Voicethreads used at the secondary level (6-12) in the social studies?Thanks! JustinSee More
Nov 3, 2010
Justin Reich posted a blog post

Choices at Brown Looking for Professional Development DIrector

The Choices Program at Brown develops teaching resources on historical andcurrent international issues, provides professional development forclassroom teachers, and sponsors programs that engage students beyondthe classroom. The director, Susan Gaseck, is a very nice, thoughtful person and it's a great work environment. They are moving their focus onprofessional development and outreach to teachers into the online world, and they recently posted a Professional Development Director position. See…See More
Oct 26, 2010
Justin Reich and Brian Roth are now friends
May 9, 2010
Justin Reich posted a blog post

LOL in 1860

Just heard from Henry Jenkins that the amateur press movement in the 1860 used abbreviations in their work to avoid excessive typesetting. One of the abbreviations: LOL- Laugh Out Loud.See More
Feb 18, 2010
Justin Reich replied to Anne O'Bryant's discussion wikis
"Hi Anne, I do quite a bit of research on wikis. Your story is not all that uncommon--- schools have very high levels of worry, fear and anxiety about the internet. One way it is unusual is that in two years of studying wikis in schools, I've…"
Feb 18, 2010
Justin Reich replied to diane burrowes's discussion If you missed Howard Zinn's interview with teachers...
"Hi Diane, Thanks for this resource. Submitting a blog post is another great way to share resources. New blog posts appear in the left sidebar of people's landing page, so it's a good spot to get some attention... -JR"
Jan 26, 2010
Justin Reich replied to Thomas Daccord's discussion Reactions to NCSS Conference?
"Great question, Tom. If people have ideas for sessions that they'd like to see related to technology next year, please post them here!"
Nov 20, 2009
Justin Reich left a comment for David
"Did you ever get down to Nobles to observe? If so, what did you think?"
Nov 17, 2009
Justin Reich and David are now friends
Nov 17, 2009
Justin Reich posted a discussion

History of World History Instruction

Here's a draft paper about the history of world history instruction that I'm posting for a colleague. Please don't cite without permission. The forums are the only way to share docs on the ning... kind of weird, eh...
Nov 17, 2009
Justin Reich replied to Thomas Daccord's discussion Are you going to the NCSS Conference in Atlanta?
"Hi All, I just wanted to add Tom's meetup reminder to this thread... see you all there! -JR The NCSS Annual Conference is only days away and I am looking forward to a chance to meet/catch up with fellow NCSS members! I propose an informal…"
Nov 12, 2009
Justin Reich is now friends with Arpan Chokshi, Michael Wilkinson and Katharine Millet
Sep 23, 2009
Chuck Taft replied to Justin Reich's discussion Help decide technology standards for NCSS Conference!
"How about - Sessions in which technology can be utilized by participants during the session should be somehow identified. Last year I presents with a colleague, and we hoped that participants would follow along on a back channel chat to post…"
Sep 17, 2009
Justin Reich commented on Thomas Daccord's group Teaching World History K-12
"Hi Kerry, My experience with research is that a critical difference from other class activities is that the possibility of failure and difficulty is much higher than with other kinds of tasks. Ask kids to memorize ten dates, and they know about how…"
Sep 15, 2009

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Choices at Brown Looking for Professional Development DIrector

The Choices Program at Brown develops teaching resources on historical and

current international issues, provides professional development for

classroom teachers, and sponsors programs that engage students beyond

the classroom. The director, Susan Gaseck, is a very nice, thoughtful person and it's a great work environment.



They are moving their focus on professional development and outreach to teachers into the online world, and they recently posted a… Continue

Posted on October 26, 2010 at 3:24pm

LOL in 1860

Just heard from Henry Jenkins that the amateur press movement in the 1860 used abbreviations in their work to avoid excessive typesetting. One of the abbreviations: LOL- Laugh Out Loud.

Posted on February 18, 2010 at 9:54pm

Op-ed on Filters in the Washington Post

Here's an op-ed I wrote that about the effect of classroom filters on teaching for the Washington Post. Enjoy, debate, etc.:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/10/AR2009071003459.html?nav=hcmoduletmv

Posted on July 13, 2009 at 11:28am — 3 Comments

More from the Ackerman Conference

More good ideas being shared today.



Michael Berson and Kerry Poole showed off Legislative Aide, a simulation that puts students in the role of a congressional intern, and combines real world interviews and research with an online simulation and social network. It's being piloted in Florida. Check it out here: http://ckbsoftware.com/



Joe O'Brian gave a very energetic talk about considering the implications of the commercialization of the Web for civic society. His paper is… Continue

Posted on June 20, 2009 at 3:42pm

More resources for social studies teachers from Ackerman

Meghan Manfra shared a digital history inquiry project in a low-track high school history classroom: http://digitalhistory.edublogs.org/.

Tim Newby and Peg Ertmer showed a wiki created by their students with chapters about different Web 2.0 tools. A terrific resource for people exploring Web 2.0 tools: http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/Social/INSITE+Main.

Posted on June 19, 2009 at 11:21am

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