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As I work with individuals on iPhoto, I get numerous PC owners who would love to be able to do iPhoto on their PC. Well, here is a site that you may like. It is called Scrapblog and located in Florida. I have not used this company but their site looks pretty amazing. Take a guided tour and it may be a project to invest in.
Bots, talking to you. Morpheus. It can speak, it can ask and answer questions, it can write back to your comments. It’s a great tool for reading, listening, speaking and writing. Boy, this computer interaction just amazes me.
Larry Ferlazzo uses edublogs and he has an excellent ideas for teaching. In his latest blog, he gives you stories students can read online and "Choose Your Own Adventure." Please check it out, it gives a whole new twist on reading.
This site allows you to create your own city!
Staying connected is important in education. Recently, I have been reading a blog by Steve Andersen, or known to me on Twitter as web20classroom. He expresses concerns I see in our schools and very enlightening to read. He also conducts an #edchat on Tuesday nights via Twitter.
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