Wednesday, December 09, 2009

iPhone + Book

It’s the hybrid book which combined iPhone and an ordinary book.
You can enjoy interactive actions there,
by touching the screen or tipping the book as you read it.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Monday, October 26, 2009

Wallwisher - No log in necessary

This is an online notice board. You create a background then add stickies and move them around to gather and organize your ideas. You are issued a URL even before you start, so you can embed the "wall" in another online doc, app, blog, wiki, etc.... Great ice breaker.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Publish it online - Just upload the .pdf

If you can type it - you can publish it online to issuu. Have your students turn their work in here, and be available for all to read. Re-think the tired Powerpoint or any other documents you want to make available. Publish to issuu - link to your own website. Even deliver your school newspaper through

Book Glutton - A Social Reading Event for your classroom

Read with a group, have a conversation about a paragraph, upload your own works, or read from their library. This site has a wealth of possibilities for Language Arts teachers, and many others. This site believes "books are conversations".

Create your own shared space, then use a cell phone to add recorded information to this shared space. Add/upload images, files, too. Email directly to your space and also subscribe to receive all other updates from collaborators. Easy.
Simple real-time sharing, collaboration, and presentation.
Use to privately share your files and collaborate in real time by web, email, phone, mobile, and more. Create each drop in two clicks and share what you want, how you want, with whom you want.

Gapminder puts statistics into dynamic graphical images

Watch as the statistics gathered for hundreds of categories of information from countries around the world change before your eyes. A truly global tool for today's students.

Gapminder is a non-profit venture promoting sustainable global development and achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals by increased use and understanding of statistics and other information about social, economic and environmental development at local, national and global levels.

We are a modern “museum” that helps making the world understandable, using the Internet.

Gapminder was founded in Stockholm by Ola Rosling, Anna Rosling Rönnlund and Hans Rosling on February 25, 2005.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Wiffiti is back! Post to the web from your Cell

Send a text message to 87884.
Start the message with @loca2730 and it will post a message to this screen.
Create many screens, each will have a different @loca address. Post from the web or from a cell phone. In the classroom??? Why not?

Sunday, March 22, 2009

What Kind of Smart RU?

Take a quick test to see the different intelligences you use and where your strengths lie. Which are the strongest, and which do you use less? Try it with your students and let them discover there's more than one way to learn.

Sunday, March 08, 2009

No Future Left Behind

When kids at the Suffern Middle School Tech Club were asked to talk about education and their future, they gave Peggy Sheehy, the SMS media specialist, an earful. Other students heard about the project and joined in. They brainstormed the script and started filming. Listen and learn the bits of wisdom that can be gleaned from the students, if we only dare to ask them.

Monday, January 26, 2009

wiffiti - What if cell phones could write

If you text me - 25622 - and start the message @02420sue, it will post your message on my wiffiti screen which is viewable when I login and view my site. I could project the active site to a screen in a classroom and receive text ideas from students, teachers, etc. Messages are screened by the site. Wiffiti is a start up located in Somerville, MA. Real cool.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Today I noticed my Cluster Map from last year finally had a hit from Africa and South America. 454 hits total for last year. Nice feeling to be so connected, if only this little bit.