Tag Archives: 19Pencils.com

Custom emails delivered to your inbox that are Grade-Specific

When you register at 19Pencils and enter the grade you teach we will send you weekly emails with grade-specific appropriate web resources that were added by our community of teachers & librarians. Here’s an example that we sent to Sixth … Continue reading

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The Best “Fun” Sites You Can Use For Learning, Too — by Larry Ferlazzo

“The websites on this list were not designed with education in mind, but which can easily be used for learning purposes — particularly, though not exclusively, for English language development. I only hope that creators of “educational” content can learn … Continue reading

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50 Must-See Teacher Blogs Chosen By You – from edudemic.com

From edudemic.com: During a recent chat with fellow Edudemic writer Terry Heick, we discussed the purpose of blogs. In a world of social media and connectivity, what role does a blog play for teachers? Is it worth having one? Then … Continue reading

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A Review of 19Pencils by the Cyber Hero (David Kapuler)

19 Pencils is a site that I briefly reviewed a few months back and listed as one of my Top 100 Sites of 2011.  Through some collaboration I’ve decided to revisit this site and check out all the “bells and whistles” … Continue reading

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Top 100 Sites of 2011

We’re number 61! Not bad for a website that launched just a few months ago. Here’s the complete list (from David Kapuler’s “Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero” blog): Top 100 Sites of 2011 Conduit Mobile – W/out a doubt the coolest … Continue reading

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The Nerdy Teacher Reviews 19Pencils

19 Pencils – A Review #EdChat #ElemChat I first heard of 19 Pencils from Kelly Tenkely’s amazing site iLearnTechnology.com. It intrigued me and I signed up to see everything it had to offer and was impressed. That was months ago and I got … Continue reading

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The Network Effect of a Search Engine for Educators

As Harold Jarche discusses his thoughts around network learning, as opposed to “personal knowledge management,” he lists the following attributes of a network: — In a network, connections matter as much, if not more than content. — Sharing knowledge produces network effects. — In … Continue reading

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