For those who don’t know, PLN stands for “Personal Learning Network.” This is a useful way to share what you’re doing as well as benefit from others. A mutual-sharing society, as it were. [EF]
Do you spend too much time planning lessons and searching for resources online? Do you have trouble organizing your lesson files? Would you like to be able to access your lessons from any computer, and share them with colleagues? ClassConnect.com may be the tool you need.
ClassConnect is a relatively new website for finding and sharing lesson resources. It supports multiple file types, including documents, website URLs, and videos. Users can either upload their own files or embed files from Google Docs or video sharing sites such as YouTube. Each account comes with 512 MB of storage, which includes files that you’ve linked to from other users.
FULL ARTICLE: An Innovative Way To Share Lesson Plans With Your Entire PLN
LINK SOURCE: Edudemic.com
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