Category Archives: Collaboration

Study Blue: The Next Generation of Studying

Have you ever been studying for an exam, test, or quiz, and wondered what other people are studying? Have you ever wanted to be able to share your notes and study guides with another person and see what they have … Continue reading

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Google Presentations and PowerPoints

Have you ever been involved in a group project?  If so, you know how difficult it can be to gather together in order to work on a presentation.  Now-a-days, it seems that everyone has such busy schedules that it seems … Continue reading

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How to Use A Drop Box

How much do you use your computer for? How much do we expect our future students to use a computer for? With this push toward technology soon, students will be doing everything using some type of electronic device. However, what … Continue reading

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“WhiteBoard Math Movies” AKA Mathcasts

How many of your students actually enjoy math? When do you really see your students jumping up for joy when it is time for math class or hear them saying that they love math? We have all been there–sitting at our … Continue reading

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Dabbleboard: The Collaborative Whiteboard

Do you enjoy drawing, but you aren’t as good of an illustrator as you’d like to be? Do you get frustrated with the amount of times you erase or cross out your pen or pencil marks? Do you wish you … Continue reading

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Museum Box: Present Your Project in Style

Is it hard to grasp your student’s attention through a basic PowerPoint? Do they end up drifting off during the repetitive, mundane slides?  With technology like Museum Box, you can make presentations in your classroom much more exciting, and it’s … Continue reading

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Qwiki

Wikis are a great way to collaborate with people from all over the world. We used one at the beginning of the semester as a way to better acquaint ourselves with the entire class. The most well known wiki is … Continue reading

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