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Lucidpress Embed

On January 23, 2014 By

Trying out Lucidpress embed. Interesting tool. Collaborative publication of student projects? Also portfolios. Need to add real content and play a bit more with this one.

A private post that I made and forgot about a while back. After seeing a tweet I thought I would try to do what I mention I need to [...]

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Examview and Moodle

On May 21, 2013 By

I created a short guide on how to use Examview created tests using Screensteps. I uploaded it to the school wiki but wanted to make sure all of my content was somewhere beside my computer and a wiki that is out of my control.

I have used these quizes and tests for formative and summative [...]

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I have been looking a lot at how we could setup an Eportfolio using WordPress a short post on why.

In 2010 I had students create a portfolio using WordPress. Earlier this week I resurrected one of the blogs created by Justine so the grade seven team had an example of what a blog based [...]

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Hype Trial

On May 23, 2011 By

Tried out Hype this weekend. A Mac only program that allows you to create animations and export them to create web pages using Javascript and HTML5.
I thought I would try to put together some images and embeds dealing with the blogging system at SSIS so these are my first [...]

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Cool Social Media Presentation

On April 13, 2010 By

Social Media Stories View more presentations from seth goldstein.

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Mahara So Far

On March 24, 2010 By

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Have been spending some time with Mahara over the past little while. Mahara uses views to allow a user to display various items and I have been slowly examing views and what can be added to views.

A view I have been trying to create is [...]

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Organizing Projects With Gapps

On March 9, 2010 By

It’s getting a lot easier organizing projects using Google Apps. Especially when your students can collaboratively add the information themselves leaving you with little to do. We are at the point where instructions such as “create a presentation then get the shared link and add it to the spreadsheet I just sent you” [...]

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