YouTube – SketchUpVideo’s Channel
Sketchup in the classroom. Just 5 min video – take a look. HISTORY focus, maps, geography, street view, building 3d models. (Mike – really, take a look). Also, 5-8th grade tech-ed / design class (this one is someone from Maine – Keith Kelley – who is an amazing teacher). It’s amazing what these kids can do.
elearnspace › How do you manage information?
I found this short post and diagram really helpful and clear in how it articulates information access, selection and use, the tools, how information is extended and then how it is recalled or put into context. This might help visualize what to do with all the information that just seems to flood in, as well as that which we seek out intentionally. See what you think. (from twitter)
Bittersweet News for Social Media in Education | Edutopia
You may not be sold on Twitter (yet), but take a look at these uses in ADDITION to all the great information in the education/educators community.
BCAPT Wallwisher of Favourite YouTube Physics Videos by peter
Physics videos. Check them out! Add your own if you don’t see it there – it’s a wallwisher
15 Essential Tips for Harnessing Your Creativity
The Primary Source Librarian » Evaluating Eyewitness Reports
from the blog post: “I found one of the best lessons I have ever seen on evaluating eyewitness reports on the EDSITEment website from the National Endowment for the Humanities (in partnership with the National Trust for the Humanities and the Verizon Foundation).”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.