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del.icio.us Website Class Resources

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Description of Classes Resources Available

This is the page I created for one of my classes, Skill Building. It contains sites on executive function skills, study skills, and other relevant content. I'm hoping to have students perform webquests and add and tag sites they find.
I have created a collection of resources to use with my History of Western Tonal Music course. As of 8/13/2010, I have 29 bookmarked resources which range from online readings, to audio resources, visualizations, interactive audio/video resources, music dictionaries and enclyclopediae, collections of sheet music in the public domain and also under copyright with guidance for fair use, spanning the major eras of Western Music History.
This is my personal page for school and Syracuse sports & news
This is the page i created for the Religion Department
Distance Learning Delicious Bookmark
This bookmark is for student use. It contains a variety of resources and tools for online students.
This is my site on delicious for educators and students to access technology information/resources.
So far, this is just my personal bookmarks, although I have mostly websites that I bookmarked for school.
Spreadsheet explaining Delicious Sites
Farrah's delicious site
This is my delicious site. I started it several months ago. Rather than creating a new site I just added more bookmarks and "cleaned up" my tags. It was interesting to see how my tags were all over the place and how much "cleaning up" I had to do. This site is for my own personal use although I do plan on sharing with my department and possibly linking parts of it to student assignments.
This is a page I am creating for library tools. I want faculty and staff to use it for finding books and using databases for research. It is a work in progress
Mary Ann
I have created this collection of resources for my Learning Theory Course. I will be developing additional folders for other classes.
Jenn T
My delicious site is a resource for high school math teachers and students. There are are links to worksheets, tutorials, applets, and many other math resources.
This is a collection of various resources that I have collected over the years. In the last 3 years, I have taught 3rd grade, kindergarten, and been a technology specialist so this has a variety of resources.
This is a delicious site I made when I presented at the Online Teaching Conference in June '10. I contained all the resources I used when I made 3 different presentation.
This is a collection of research and reference resources provided by the WHS Library for student and teacher use.
This is the beginning of a list of Web Development tutorials. I used to write down the URLs that complemented my curriculum in a Rolodex. Well those days are over. I love delicious and have jumped over to the 21st century.

Bloglines Subscriptions

Post your first name plus the names and descriptions of the five additional resources you have subscribed to at your Bloglines account.


Name/Description of 5 Additional Bloglines feeds at your account

http://www.speedofcreativity.org/ Wes Fryer: digital citizenship, technology in ed, web2.0tools
http://punya.educ.msu.edu/ Prof Mishra:ed psych, ed tech, tech-pedagogy-content integrated
http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/ Dr. Puentedura: on going thoughts of tech in ed, ME consultant
http://blog.ted.com/ "ideas worth spreading" inspiration, creativity, innovation (check out kinetic art)
http://www.marioarmstrong.com/blog/ digital lifetyle comments and thoughts
http://mossblog.allthingsd.com/ Walt Mossberg: Tech Editor for Wall Street Journal
http://feeds.wired.com/wired/index my tech gut at BFA feeds me stories from here, its gotta be good
http://online.wsj.com/home-page Wall Street journal, I like their tech section
http://www.cnn.com/?eref=rss_topstories This is a good middle of the road news site. Most of my blog needs are based on current events for my classes on Social Justice and Violence in America topics. All of these are helpful in that regard. I also have my own blog listed below.

http://www.usatoday.com/life/books/default.htm The latest book reviews

http://educateteensaboutrape.blogspot.com/ My Blog on Date Rape Awareness
http://www.reuters.com/ International news agency

http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/default.htm simple news

EurekAlert Current earth and space science news
Scientific AmericanThe online version of the venerable magazine
Nutrition JournalA reliable source for nutrition info, which changes daily it seems!
NASA newsJust in case the sky is falling.
National Geographic News Interesting short topics, good classroom starters.
Scientific American - great for science news
BBC News - Technology -
PCMag.com:New Product Review
ReadWriteWeb - provides reviews about new technology
The Official Google Blog - about Google and new technology.
http://www.byrdseed.com/Byrdseed is a great resource for gifted resources.
http://www.readwritethink.org/ReadWriteThink- wonderful link for classroom resources listed by grade level/subject.
http://www.basic-mathematics.com/basic-math-blog.html This is a math blog, that alerts me to new resources and lessons in math.
iTunes Top 25 Songs- descriptions of newer songs. I love country.
Chocolate & Zucchini- what else can I say if one can eat veggies and chocolate too!
1. http://www.freetech4teachers.com/
Free Technology for Teachers – I recommend this because it’s a lot like the 20 tools in 20 days we have been doing in this class. Each post has a focus on one aspect of technology and then ideas about how to use it in a lesson or apply it in education. There is no focus on one content area, but instead the blog provides a variety of ideas for all content areas in different posts. Some of the posts simply tell about different tools or recent ideas and developments with technology in education. I like the different tools presented and the fact that it provides ideas about how to use those tools in the classroom.
2. http://yabookscentral.blogspot.com/
YA Books Central Blog – This website is a great resource about Young Adult books. It provides information about current and new books, book reviews, information on authors, and other news about young adult books. I find it helpful because I like to stay up to date on Young Adult books and what is current and being read, and I really like that it provides book reviews and summaries so I can get an idea of what the book is about before reading.
3. http://theshiftedlibrarian.com/
The Shifted Librarian – I really like this site. This blog is written by a librarian, and a lot of the focus of the blog centers on the changes in the job of a librarian with increased technology. I like this site because I am starting a master’s program soon in Library Information Technology and I find it interesting how the job of a librarian has changed and continues to change as the way we process information changes. This blog also brings up different aspects of technology and recent events that deal with information or misinformation.
4. http://www.teachforever.com/
I Want to Teach Forever – This blog has some great ideas about teaching and different posts with advice or lesson ideas. It covers a wide variety of topics about teaching and is from the perspective of one teacher. The premise of the blog is to provide information and inspiration to other teachers.
5. http://www.gotbrainy.com/
Brainyflix – This is a site to help learn SAT and ACT Vocab words through the use of videos and pictures. It can be used to read and study or you can make your own. They are very funny and creative, and it was a cute site. I would probably use it with my students more than for myself personally, but I thought it was fun and they would love creating them. The link is for the blog part of the website, but that was the least effective part for me; I liked the regular website best.
Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners information updates and news
Hot deals and coupons from local retail dealers online and retail stores

Massachusetts Teacher Association headline news stories

NPR’s Book reviews, interviews with authors, best-seller lists and more.

Headline news across the United States

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/default.htm This is the usatoday nfl site. I have to keep up with what my fantasy football players are doing. :)
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/-/sport2/hi/default.stm This is the bbc sports news. I like to keep up with the news from across the world. When I went to Italy and all we had access to was BBC, I realized how much world news I was missing.
http://espn.go.com/ This is ESPN news. Got to keep up with the sports.
http://www.readwriteweb.com/ This site provides news about Web apps, web trends, social networking and social media.
http://popsugar.com Here is their tag line: "PopSugar features breaking news, hot photos, and event recaps on the day’s most popular stars."
http://slashdot.org I like what their tag line is "News for nerds, stuff that matters"

Dictionary.com Word of the day
cnn.com Top stories
NCTM National Council of Teachers of Mathematics new and noteworthy
Quotes of the day
NEA National Education Association

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