Category Archives: Web-based Tools

6 Ways I Use Pinterest

Pinterest has the reputation of being the social network platform of women. There are hundreds of boards that fit the typical cliché of teenie girls with movie star crushes, women…

Teaching is the Highest Form of Understanding

Aristotle says: Teaching is the highest form of understanding Alan November, in the book Curriculum 21 by Heidi Hayes Jacobs,  lists “Tutorial Designers” as one of the six new roles…

Wallwisher- Collaborative Post-it Board

Another tool popping up in the web 2.o ocean of web based collaborative tools: Wallwisher I usually sign up for most tool that come around so I can try it…

PhotoPeach- A New Animoto-Type Tool?

I checked out PhotoPeach. Our idea is to help users tell better stories online using photos. Our inspiration for this service came from enjoying sharing photos with friends in real…

Embedding Media in Your Blog

All of our teachers are administrators of their own wordpress blog (hosted on our domain) As part of our monthly workshops, the past week “Embedding Media on Your Blog” was…