Rick Weinberg and Gary Stager argue opposing sides of the question "Should there be limits on students' screen time?" This podcast is 8:36 minutes long. Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L as part of her internship for Johns Hopkins University. Read the print version here.
Enhancing Educational Connections with Web 2.0 Tools
Presenter: Mr. Michael George (Fredericksburg Public School)
This session will cover the Wii-mote interactive screen, Flip Video Cameras, Screen Casting with Jing and CamStudio. This session will also demonstrate various free Internet-based resources and how they can be easily be integrated into your class. Participants will have the opportunity to see more than 20 free websites and applications that are available for immediate use.
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Microsoft SharedView is a fast, easy way to share documents and screen views with small groups of friends or coworkers; anytime, anywhere. Use SharedView to put your heads together and collaborate – create, convey, and communicate across physical boundaries, through firewalls, and down to the smallest details.
Think of Jing as a supplement to all your chat discussions, email threads, forum posts and blog entries. It sits nicely on your desktop, ready to capture and share your stuff at a moment’s notice. Simply select an area of your screen, capture it as an image or record it as a video, and then click Share. Jing conveniently places a URL to your content which you can paste into any of your conversations.