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Little Kids, Big Possibilities

This week my presentation for K-12 Online Conference 2009 has gone “live.” Big Kids, Little Possibilities highlights web-based tools that are CIPA and Terms of Service friendly for students under the age of 13, like Wall Wisher, Edmodo and more.  The presentation wiki is linked HERE.

Check it out at the K-12 Online Conference site (direct link to my

presentation). Be sure to also take the time to absorb all the great learning from other presenters and join in the discussion at the K-12 Online Ning.

I look forward to your feedback and furthered discussions!

2 Responses

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Russ Goerend, Ryan Flinn. Ryan Flinn said: RT @RussGoerend: Must watch if you teach <13 year olds. Little Kids, Big Possibilities « Keeping Kids First http://bit.ly/6bbnm0 (via … […]

  2. Great presentation. I was so happy that some of the sites get through our filter. Now I’m typing up the argument to keep them once they draw the eye of networking because we are using them.

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