Praying for Japan

15 Mar

1. A prayer
2. Excellent current compilation of school library impact studies! and
3. We blame teachers, decline of the US, lack of national education program, parents, but not the real culprit: POVERTY.
4. amanda hocking
5. Gr8 kid-friendly slideshow. Taking the mystery out of copyright. Library of Congress.
6. 13 Websites That Converts Photo Into a Cartoon Character | –
7. JENKINS: Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be teachers –
8. Nice overview of using Facebook to communicate with parents
9. Screencasting as assistive technology – Sal can teach us a thing or two.
10. Friends to police Facebook safety –
11. pay teachers more not less
12. T.I.C. – This is China – Blocking still works
13. Digital Citizenship in Schools
14. The U.S. Geological Survey has made a free color poster available online (print yourself) with a number of maps and other info about the earthquake in Japan.
Direct to Download Poster primary docs, reference info, organizations informing the media, and Japanese media sources all in English who provide material in English including live television from Japan’s NHK network. and
15. primary – online book with explanation of a tsunami
16. The Economist : Military ranking. A chart of the world’s biggest defence budgets
17. Xtranormal for Educators: A First Look at “Filtered” Website Options
18. Teaching Ideas: The Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan –
19. 50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know
20. Online friends can pose a danger |
21. fake social media sites for kids to create with: Fakebook and Twister Best of all: no ads!
22. Study: Diet May Help ADHD Kids More Than Drugs : Remove artificial additives.
23. Reading “Achievement Unlocked: Gaming, Living, and Learning
24. The real problem with piracy: it’s not just one problem! –
25. Check out this SlideShare presentation : Internet Safety

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