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My Resources: Many of these have blog posts that describe them. (Post)My Classroom Tools: My Blog (and Wiki) Rules (Post): Based on Respect, Inclusion, Learning and Safety.My Science Alive! Wiki Project: Intro-(Post), Pedagogical issues-(Post), Reflection-(Post)My Renaissance Fair/Da Vinci blogging project. Blogs in my classroom. (Post '06, Post '07)My On-line Resources:My Del.icio.us links - (online bookmarks): Web2.0, education, restructuring, & leadership. Start Your Own Blog: A wiki based Pro-D session with Web2.0 tools highlighted. (Post)Fieldfindr: My wiki mock-up of a portal for teachers to find volunteers. (Post)My Practic-All blog: More pragmatic ideas for my classroom than my Pair-a-Dimes blog.My Files:Leadership Lesson Plans that I have used in my classes and at leadership retreats.Master's Paper: Developing an Effective Middle School Leadership Program.Teaching Metaphors that are wonderful to read, and to share with your students. Using My Resources: If you wish to quote my blog, I use a (by-nc-sa/3.0) Creative Commons Liscence requesting that you give me credit, don't use my words for commercial gain, and have a similar Share-Alike liscence so that others will know this as well. I added this liscence after I began quoting others and using images with similar liscences on my blog.As for other resources such as my Leadership Lesson Plans… some of them I have borrowed from others who deserve (and have been given) credit, and some of them are created by me, (and you are free to use them as you please). If you find my resources useful or better yet, if you improve on any of my resources, then I would hope that you would share this with me. Contact David Truss
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