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Teach A Teacher (Mac Edition)

This unit starts with assumption that students are better at ICT than teachers, and that the teachers at your school need help. Students work individually but collaboratively to learn about various aspects of the Mac (both hardware and software). This information is then used to …

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Project Gutenberg

http://www.gutenberg.org/

Project Gutenberg is an online repository of books that are out of copyright, and thus freely available for anyone to use. With over 30,000 books currently available, this site provides a great source for gratis reading material. However, more important than this, it provides …

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Creating A Digital Hub: Website Creation for Teachers

Recently I have been fielding questions from pre-service teachers regarding setting up their own website to support teaching and learning. I usually point people to a wiki (www.wikispaces.com ) or blog (www.onsugar.com )┬áservice as a starting point, and show them how to …

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Wikispaces

http://wikispaces.com/

A wiki building tool; available free for educators and students. Excellent for embeding content from other sites. Wikis provide a great platform for teachers and students to work together in the construction, presentation, analysis and dissemination of knowledge.…

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Wikipedia

http://wikipedia.org/

A giant; world-wide collaborative encyclopedia . Often criticised because anyone can edit it; but most people miss the point that this is what makes it so great. Shunned as a tool for student research, it does in fact make an excellent starting point, with …

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Google Sites

http://sites.google.com/

A tool allowing anyone to build a website in an easy; flexible manner. Integrates well with content from Google/YouTube; but not other sites.…

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