The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book

March 22nd, 2010 by Maria Moriarty

Terry Freedman publisher of the Educational Technology Site has just released a free ( yes free!!) e-book  – The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book – it’s compilation of Web 2.0 projects  in schools in the U.K. – instructors and students describe  their projects – how they worked and what they learned – although many of […]

An amazing list of Web 2.0 Resources for Adult Literacy Practitioners

December 1st, 2009 by Maria Moriarty

Here is a link to a dazzling list of   Web 2.0 resources for adult literacy practitioners put together by Patty Ball, Regional Technology Coordinator, Northeast SABES in Massachussetts. I have had this list on my “to do” or “to blog” list for a while and just flipped through it again this morning – to […]

What is Wiki Educator?

August 14th, 2009 by Maria Moriarty

I have just spent an exciting hour exploring WikiEducator – an online global community of educators working collaboratively to develop and share free educational content. It includes an Adult Basic Education Section where you will find free learning resources developed in British Columbia under the auspices of the BC Council on Admissions and Transfer – […]

Tech-Ease

January 5th, 2009 by Maria Moriarty

Thanks to Larry Ferlazzo – a teacher in California and an inveterate blogger – his blog is a treasure trove  – I found Tech-Ease a wondrous site  where with the click of a mouse you can get practical answers to all your questions about technology…. Wondering how to empty your  browser’s cache or how to […]

How to use an edublog to teach…

July 23rd, 2008 by Maria Moriarty

Here’s an interesting post on Edublogs – the blog hosting service for educators. 10 ways to use your edublog to teach is a quick and easy introduction to how you can integrate blogging in your practice. For example, Create a class publication, post materials and resources and share your lesson plans.  Get inspired… check out this […]

More edublogging…

July 18th, 2008 by Maria Moriarty

         I  just came across this amazing wiki called Support Blogging – it’s the creation of Steve Hargadon who is  the director of the K-12 Open Technologies Initiative at the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and a passionate proponent of educational technology in support of learning.Don’t be put off by the current K-12 focus of […]

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