Presentation Links & Resources

Please feel free to utilize and share any of our resources with your teachers and staff!

Please note that this is only a beginning - please feel free to add any tools or resources that you have found to be helpful (more are being created every single day!).

This page is organized according to the three sections of our presentation:



Getting Started

Here are a few helpful resources to help you get started connecting and collaborating:

Explore Existing Networks:


Feed Yourself:

Blogs

Twitter

Podcasts

uStream Channels

Conferences

Alltop Education
Directory of Learning Professionals
Education Podcast Netowrk
tagged education
hitchhikr
Dangerously Irrelevant List (June 2008)
Twitter4Teachers
Digg Education Podcasts
tagged learning
The Conference Channel
Support Blogging

EdTechTalk




EdTechLive





Implementation:

Curriculum Planning:


Understanding by Design


IBO: MYP Technology Design Cycle


The Technology Toolbox

All of the great web 2.0 tools we mentioned in our presentation can be found, linked, here (all are free unless specifically noted):
Blogs
Wikis
Podcasting
Photo Albums
Productivity Apps
Creativity
EduBlogs
PB Wiki
YackPack (subscription cost)
BubbleShare
GoogleApps
Blabberize
Blogger
Wikispaces
Skype
MixBook
GoogleSites
Glogster
Wordpress
WetPaint
Gabcast
.Mac Web Gallery (subscription cost)
Google Forms
Google Earth
Blogmeister
Media Wiki
Audacity
SmugMug
Zoho



Garage Band
Shutterfly




G-cast
ScrapBlog




VoiceThread
Flickr





Picassa








Web 2.0 Comparison Chart

A helpful chart to choose the right tool for the task, compliments this blog post: The Technology Toolbox: Choosing the Right Tool for the Task
Chart by superkimbo
Chart by superkimbo


Tutorials for Web 2.0 tools




What's Next


The Reading Connection

Join our current globally collaborative project designed for PK-6 students.

Global Projects

Tons of great globally collaborative projects you may be interested in joining, or just "window shopping":

Advice and Tips

Excellent advice and thoughts on global collaborations from edubloggers around the world who kindly contributed to our VoiceThread discussion: