Monthly Archives: March 2011

Online Learning in the Traditional Classroom | Edutopia

Virtual schools might seem like a foreign land from your three-dimensional classroom. But you can visit the world and offer your students some of its benefits — like fluency with online collaboration and communication — from right where you are. … Continue reading

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Schoology

Another free learning management/secure social networking site for classrooms is Schoology. I recently ran across their site; and although I’ve had no experience with them I think they are worth consideration for those of you trying to find an safe … Continue reading

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Using Farmville to Teach Standards | Edutopia

When I was given the opportunity to create a thematic unit for a course in the Master of Educational Technology program at Boise State University, Instructional Message Design, my goal was to create a unit that was informative, could be … Continue reading

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Phoenix and San Diego Comic Cons

Infinite Spectrum Productions will be attending both the Phoenix Comic Con and San Diego Comic Con. In Phoenix, we’ll be sharing a table with the Mantecoza crew. Let us know if you’re interested in scheduling a meeting to talk about … Continue reading

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Comics are Serious Literature…aren’t they?

GEEK DAD Rant: Comic Are Serious Literature By Jonathan Liu March 4, 2011 8:15 am Categories: Armchair Geek For a long time, comics lovers have been struggling to have comic books recognized as Real Literature. To be sure, some comics … Continue reading

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