Great Resource: Infinite Thinking Machine

A link on Mark Wagner's Educational Technology and Life blog led me to a fantastic resource: Infinite Thinking Machine. Here's the site's description in their own words:

"The Infinite Thinking Machine (ITM) is designed to help teachers and students thrive in the 21st century. Through an active blog, an Internet TV show, and other media resources, the ITM shares a "bazillion practical ideas" for turning the infinite universe of information into knowledge. We showcase examples of innovative instructional methods, talk with leading experts, and share real stories from the classroom to improve how we think, learn, teach, and live. And we try to have a little fun along the way."
Check out the "stuff" link for great ideas on how to use Google products (Blogger, Picasa, etc.) in the classroom. There will now be a permanent badge on this blog's sidebar, too.

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