Monday, January 24, 2011

New Online Collaboration Resource Center by eSchool

 eSchool has created a new online collaboration center with free resources for teachers.  There are many safe networks available for teachers and students alike.  Take a look and see if you can find a match for your students.


Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Coming Soon! A great new resource!

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The Source for Learning (SFL), a Reston-based educational technologies corporation, has launched a new web site: ( The site provides a comprehensive selection of nearly 10,000 instructional video segments for K-12 teachers and families. SFL has licensed the content from leading distributors of instructional programming.

SFLMedia is unique because it displays video search results alongside relevant selections from more than 12,000 web resource reviews from its sister site, SFL's President and CEO, Steve Gorski, said, "SFL has recognized the instructional value of both video and web content since the launch of in 1998. By combining the two, SFLMedia can now offer schools and families a powerful tool that both enhances learning and simplifies instructional planning for busy teachers. "

SFL will first make SFLMedia available to teachers who work in locations served by SFL's Educational Broadband Service channels. These include twenty-two markets in thirteen states and the District of Columbia. A list of these cities is available at: Teachers interested in participating in the initial launch from one of these locations can find more information on the SFLMedia site: When the initial launch phase is complete, SFLMedia will be available nationally.

SFLMedia is the fifth in SFL's family of web sites: for K-12 teachers; for families of school-age children; for early childhood professionals; and for parents with children from infancy through age five and a half. Information on all SFL's sites is available at

another great service from:
SFL bug

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Great Learning Opportunity for Staff Development - FREE from EDUBLOGS:)

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The first topic will be 30 days to kickstart your blogging and will cover topics such as writing effective blogs posts, embedding media, and building readership.
Future topics will include building a Personal Learning Network (PLN), online student safety, and using the best of the free resources on the web.
Visit the Teacher Challenge homepage and subscribe to the blog there to stay up-to-date as we gear up to start the first challenge on Monday, January 10th.

This looks like a great opportunity for people starting up a blog or those who have begun. 

Collaboration is one of the topics:)
These are free!!
Edublog always presents quality:)