And we promise to podcast more regularly now that we’re back!
Educational Technology Clearinghouse
Digital resources for Florida schools, but available to everyone! Awesome resource!
Skype-like communication application. Available for Windows and in Mac beta. Text, audio, and video chat with up to three people. Send video messages. Record videoconferences as flash files. Send files up to 25 MB. Upgrades available.
A web based interactive whiteboard. Share documents, mark up images. Public whiteboards do not require accounts for collaboration.
Global online vote for US President. Could lead to interesting discusssion about the various countries and how they vote. Also good for math applications (statistics, story problems, etc).
The interactive playground of Paul Neave. Features flash-based constellations, earth view, arcade games, and digital art.
Pumpkin Seed Estimation
A fun fall activity open to Prek through 3rd grade student worldwide emphasizing math skills and allowing students to share their work globally.
Students interact via a wiki and learn about cultures while learning about sailing and traveling around the world.
Redfining Rigor — ASCD Article that challenges what we think about appropriate content.
Washington, D.C. – 35th Anniversary – Registration is now open; also open discussion on the NECC Ning discussion forum regarding Fair Use and Digital Citizenship.
K-12 Online Conference
The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2008 conference theme is “Amplifying Possibilities”. Going on now through Oct 31, but archived as well!
High-powered, one-day event provides K-12 decision makers with thought-provoking content on the hottest topics of the day in education technology.