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Oolone – a better search engine?

Have you ever wished there was an easier way for your students to “see” the pages called up in a search?  Here’s one answer provided by Richard Byrne at Free Technology for Teachers (an excellent resource in it’s own right…

Earlier this week a few ed tech bloggers reported on a new visual search engine called Oolone. I, of course, had to check it out for myself. I liked what I saw on Oolone except there was one thing that kept me from writing about it. That one thing was…

LINK: Oolone – A Visual Search Engine That I Can Now Recommend

Post Source: Free Technology for Teachers

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What’s a GivaGeta…and other Character Ed sites

CHARACTERplus®, a project of Cooperating School Districts, reaches more than 600 schools in over 100 districts, 25,000 teachers and more than 300,000 students throughout Missouri and Illinois.

The organization offers all sorts of resources (note: some for sale), but best of all, their links to Character Ed related web sites is both comprehensive and manageable at the same time.

Whether it’s GivaGetas, iSafe or the Why Try Organization, this list is worth reviewing.

CLICK HERE FOR Character Education Resources from CharacterPlus.

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