Diigo Links 11/08/2007

GabCast

    VoiceThread – Featuring

    • Another of the growing family of Web 2.0 apps that facilitates slidesharing and voice commenting.
       – post by edventures

    LibraryThing | EdVentures’ Catalog

    • I started exploring LibraryThing after seeing a TEDtalks post regarding their shared book list. (I would link to it but the link is dead – not sure what happened there.) Figured I would start archiving my own library and in the process learned a lot about how I’ve grown over time. Reviewing my library as I was entering it into LibraryThing was an insightful exercise.
       – post by edventures

    Scratch | About  Annotated

    Scratch is a new programming language that makes it easy to create your
    own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art — and share
    your creations on the web.

    Scratch is designed to help young people (ages 8 and up) develop 21st century learning skills.
    As they create Scratch projects, young people learn important mathematical
    and computational ideas, while also gaining a deeper understanding of the process
    of design.

      That Scratch Is Spreading! « Mr W’s Blogging Great Thing  Annotated

      My oldest boy, Andrew, leads a double life. By day he is a frighteningly good scrum-half, but by night he is a prodigious Scratcher called Munkeeb. Because of this, I read Will Richardson’s recent post about supplementing his children’s education with great interest.

        Weblogg-ed » From Scotland to Stockton, Learning Scratch  Annotated

        So I wasn’t there to see it, but Tess and Tucker learned Scratch this afternoon from Andrew, an 11-year old from “across the pond” from Perth, Scotland, during their weekly Tuesday “supplementing school” class.

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