I have to say that I was impressed by The Social Networking in the History Classroom presentation that I attended today. Two teachers collaborated with their curriculum and their classrooms to create an impressive Edmodo network site for their students. You can tell by viewing their work that they had put a lot of effort and time into it and are also getting the results that they were looking for.
This presentation from Mary Helen Diegel and Kelly Eddy made me proud of what teachers can do when given the rights tools and permission to use them. I had to write this impression down because I wanted to include their ideas on this blog. They also handed out a large handout filled with digital source material for teachers that also included informational pieces and testimonials from the teachers who use them.
I hope to include this large link list here so that it may be accessible by anyone wishing to partake.