Here are three great resources I came across this morning. They are from Dan Roberts, Shelly Terrell and Doug Woods. Please read, enjoy and pass on to colleagues and friends.
Dan Roberts introduces Fuzzwich to us, a free application that enables you to make animated movies in no time at all. The movie can incorporate a photo of yourself. Definitely worth checking out, especially the great example of how it can be used by students to demonstrate what they have learnt in the lesson. http://chickensaltash.edublogs.org/2011/01/29/fuzzwich-%E2%80%93-not-a-character-from-harry-potter-but-a-free-web-2-0-tool/
30 Goals | Teacher Reboot Camp
Join Shelly Terrell once again as she takes us through 30 goals -- one challenge per day -- to help us become better ed tech teachers. Shelly's book will be published later in the year, which is great news. Shelly is also offering the chance to win an autographed copy. The new set of challenses began on February 1st -- so you still have time to catch up!
Retro Computing | doug woods
Doug Woods goes back to the future with this article on retro computing. Does it matter that some "new" technology is actually pretty similar to old technology, but in a new set of clothes? Doug has some incive views on this.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.