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Title V Team
Fran LozanoMary Ann SanidadMichelle Foguet-MendozaJosie OlivaresKaren WarrenHope JuklColetteMcLaughlinNicole CisnerosSabrina LawrenceLeah HalperRobin KreiderSarah AranyakulDebbie Amaro
Service Learning atGavilan College is based onthe simple idea thatletting students DO thingsrelated to what they'relearning in classcreates powerfulexperiences and academicconnections. ServiceLearning is popular at thefour-year college level, butnot so commonat community colleges inCalifornia, though that isstarting to
CUE Conference 2011
 
by Nicole Cisneros, ESL Instructor
 
I attended the 2011 CUE(Computer Using Educators)Conference in March. Itincluded three full days of keynote speakers andsessions on how to usetechnology in every subjectarea of education. Therewere also Google trainingsessions and Digital MediaAcademy hands-onworkshops. I was faced withthe difficult decision of which presentations to
 
attend because there wasalways more than one that Iwas interested in attending.Some of the things I learnedI will be sharing at the
Showcase on Friday, April15 (2:00-4:00pm) in Li100
.
I’m still experimenting with
some of the internet sites Ichange. There is solidresearch over thirty yearsthat shows studentsin SL classes get bettergrades, come more often toclass, and passmore frequently than thosein non-SL sections of thesame classes.Combine those real resultswith the fact that studentsdo actual goodin their own communities,often forming lifelongcommitments toservice in the process, andwhat's not to like? But thebig secret to SL is how itaffects teachers.
Con’t back page
 learned about, but here is alist of some of the mostinteresting, fun or useful
ones I’ve found so far.
If youfind one or more of these
Service Learning
 
by Leah Halper
 
April 19, 2011
TITLE V 
NEWS 
Volume 1, Issue 2
 
Stumbleupon.com
(Stumble upon internet sites)
Tinyurl.com
(Convert a long URL into a tiny one)
Gliffy.com
(make mind maps and diagrams)
Timetoast.com
(Makes timelines online)
Vocabahead.com
(Sends you a new vocabulary wordvideo every day)
Aviary
(Free suite of online creation tools)
Posterous.com
(A free web publishing platform)
Prezi.com
(Creative, modern alternative to PPT)
Symbaloo.com
(Creates a tiled desktop webpage)
VoiceThread.com
(For digital storytelling)
Jamendo.com
(Platform for free music)
ViewPure.com
(Cut out comments/ads on You Tube)
Quizlet.com
(Largest flash cards/ study games)
Free Screencasting Sites
Free Whiteboard Sites
 (www.dabbleboard.com, www.scriblink.com,www.fooboard.com, express.smarttech.com)especially useful and youwould like to share, pleaseemail Sabrina Lawrence soshe can include you in thenext Showcase.
 

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