On Friday last week, the day I intended on making my weekly tech tip, the internet was down at school. Therefore, this week I intend on doing two tech tips, one today and one Friday. I took advantage of the unfortunate situation to work on getting more acquainted with the capabilities of my Nokia Nuron and exploring what applications and implications mobile technologies have for education. This week's tech tip largely explores one such application.
Weekly Tech Tip:
Tools shown in this video:
- anderscj's Qik Channel - Right now I am only experimenting with Qik but I intend from time to time to use this tool for making on-the-fly videos. I also intend on using this tool at ISTE next week .
- Definition of Citizen Journalism
- Secrets To Starting A Citizen Journalism Organization
- Katie Couric's Top Citizen Journalism Moments on YouTube
- Live Streaming an Out of Classroom Learning Experience
- Cell phone cameras in the K-12 classroom: Punishable offenses or student-citizen journalism?
- Seymour Papert - Closing Session 1994 NSBA T+L Conference
- Jaron Lanier - You Are Not A Gadget
- B.F. Skinner's Shaping Experiment ("Skinner's Box")
- Most Disturbing Presentation Ever: Our Tech Nightmare ("Skinner Box") DICE 2010
- Howard Rheingold Live Chat: Critical Thinking
- RSA Animate - The Secret Powers of Time
- A Political Online Push
- YouTube Video Editor
- Blackbird Pie – Twitter Media
- Wells, H.G. 1898. The Time Machine
- THE MACHINE STOPS ... E.M. Forster
- Project Tomorrow: 2009 findings r.e. Student, Teacher, Principal, & Administrator feelings about emerging technologies
- onlinedegrees.com, has put together a list of the top 100 technology blogs for teachers
- ScanLife - The Place to Create & Manage 2D Barcodes
world map of social networks: http://bit.ly/15xHQi (scroll down, compare Facebook today with 2009 )
If Luke gets me that Tatooinian "sand art" crap again for Father's Day, his hand won't be the only thing I cut off.
YouTube Play: YouTube + the Guggenheim want to showcase the best online videos from around the world. http://www.youtube.com/play
"100 Incredibly Useful & Free iPad Apps" http://is.gd/cTL2J
.@alfiekohn "In education, bad ideas are timeless. It's the good ideas that are incredibly fragile."
Papert - No such thing as "Grade 3 Math" http://tinyurl.com/2ag5t6x <-maybe by 2030?
@jonbecker @jerridkruse and, found this http://www.edutopia.org/inquiry-project-learning-research
Education Gap infographic http://bit.ly/drfpng
- Returning School to Humanity by Ira Socol on SpeEdChange
- Cognitive Surplus: The Great Spare-Time Revolution by Bill Ferriter on the Tempered Radical
- Grades: Education's Snake-Oil Currency by
- Teaching Students “How” To Think: The Tip of the Iceberg by Aaron Eyle on Synthesizing Education
- Feeling Infowhelmed? – Informational Education Video by Lauren Grossberg on Learning Today
- Recognizing the Valedictorian in All by Principal Eric Sheninger on A Principal's Reflections
- QR Codes in LibrariesAround the Corner-MGuhlin.org
- Imagining new interfaces: the value of necessity by Ira Socol on SpeEdChange