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Phil Taylor

EdTechTeam: PhysEd Goes Google! Webinar and Resources to Make Your Day - 3 views

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    "PhysEd Goes Google! Webinar and Resources to Make Your Day"
John Evans

14 Resources on Teaching a Growth Mindset | ASCD Inservice - 2 views

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    "Research shows that teachers can greatly influence student mindsets. Learners who believe they can grow their basic abilities are more motivated and successful than students who believe their abilities are fixed. Here is a curated list of resources just released on ASCD myTeachSource that show you effective feedback strategies and how you can create a risk-tolerant, pro-growth learning environment from top education experts. "
John Evans

ISTE | 25 resources for bringing AR and VR to the classroom - 2 views

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    "With Pokemon Go, Google Cardboard and Google Expeditions making virtual reality the hottest thing in tech, teachers may be wondering how they can capitalize on the trend in the classroom. Imagine studying underwater ecosystems and taking the whole class scuba diving with just a smartphone and a $6 headset.

    The benefits of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) include increased engagement, appeal to visual learners and shared experience among students. Although the immersive experience is enhanced with a headset, the 360-degree experience is still worth exploring. Teachers can take advantage of many of the VR apps using the individual laptops, iPads or smartboards already in the classroom. While VR is changing quickly, the resources below are a good starting point."
John Evans

5 Reasons Why Everyone Should Learn to Code - Microsoft Citizenship Asia Pacific - 0 views

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    "The Computer Science Education Week, Dec. 5-11, is an annual initiative that mobilizes educators, parents, nonprofits and the industry to inspire all young people to learn computer science and open the door to a promising future. With our rising digital economy and the nonstop pace of technological change, we have an imperative to prepare young people to pursue careers that are in demand.

    Computer science refers to the academic discipline of studying what can be done using a computer and how to do so. At the foundation of this is computational thinking, a mental process that allows one to formulate problems so as to design possible solutions that a computer or human can easily understand.

    Coding is one way that computational thinking can be expressed. It is simply writing a list of step-by-step instructions for computers to perform what we want to do. More importantly, it provides everyone a platform to unleash our creativity to create software websites, games, and apps.

    More than half of today's jobs require some technology skills, and this will increase to 77 percent in the next decade, according to IDC. With youth unemployment in Southeast Asia alone almost three times that of total unemployment rate, coding and computer science serve as the gateway for youth to secure a more fulfilling career or even venture into entrepreneurship. In the Philippines for instance, an entry-level tech position pays 38 percent more than the minimum wage.

     

    I strongly encourage everyone to try coding-and here's why:"
John Evans

Free vectors, photos and PSD Downloads | Freepik - 2 views

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    "reepik helps you to find free vector art, illustrations, icons, PSD and photos for using in websites, banners, presentations, magazines...
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David Caleb

Free Math Apps | Math Learning Center - 1 views

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    Mind officially blown! I love these maths manipulative apps for iOS and here they are as a web app. This just made my day!
Reynold Redekopp

Online Photo Editor - Tuxpi.com - 3 views

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    Fun free simple photo editing
Reynold Redekopp

Apply for littleBits Educator Discount - 0 views

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    Free guide to setting up a STEAM program - but you have to register (free).
John Evans

A Study of the Communities and Resources that Connect Educators Engaged in Making - 2 views

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    "In response to the need to connect maker educators with one another and with the experiences of colleagues in their field, Maker Ed contracted with SRI International (SRI) in early 2016 to conduct research aimed at better understanding educators engaged in maker-centered learning communities, and to provide insight into promising approaches for professional learning. This work aims to support the development of robust supports for both formal and informal educators working in maker-centered learning environments."
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