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Phil Taylor

Educational Technology Bill of Rights for Students | Digital Learning Environments - 3 views

  •  The following are what I believe are the rights of all student to have with regards to using technology as an educational tool, written as a student to their teacher:
Phil Taylor

The Committed Sardine - blog - 0 views

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    "This a prototype activity mapping tool designed to link higher order thinking skills to how the content and context of the topic, unit, course or courses are approached and learnt. "
Phil Taylor

The Committed Sardine - blog - 1 views

  • Professor Michael Hulme from the Institute for Advanced Studies, Lancaster University, who authored the report said: “For young people, the internet is part of the fabric of their world and does not exist in isolation from the physical world, rather it operates as a fully integrated element.
  • research highlighted that there was need for more guidance and support for the vulnerable ‘in-between group’ of 16 and 17-year-olds, who may be particularly at risk of over confidence as they feel under pressure to take on the responsibilities of adulthood.
Phil Taylor

The Committed Sardine - blog - 4 views

  • today’s students have the ability to start ripples in society, and a good education leader will know how to give students the skills they need to start those ripples.
  • kids are really doing is jumping between different tasks and not giving each task full attention.
  • continual partial attention
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  • “The question you should be asking is, ‘When they leave school, are they even more curious than when they began?’”
  • One of the greatest ways to engage students and teach 21st-century skills is by using the web for collaboration,”
  • The work of the group as a whole needs to be assessed as well.”
Ginger Lewman

The Committed Sardine - blog - 4 views

  • Did you ever wonder why almost all of Google’s services are free of charge? Well, now you know. That old saying, “there ain’t no such thing as a free lunch,” still holds true. You may not be paying Google with dollars (aside from clicking on those Google ads), but you are paying with information. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing, but you should be aware of it.
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      And let's not delude ourselves into thinking this is something only Google does.
Phil Taylor

The Committed Sardine - blog - 1 views

  • Stop Complaining About 'Kids Today'
Phil Taylor

The Committed Sardine - blog - 5 views

  • While unrestricted recreational video gaming may have deleterious effects on academic achievement and aggressive behaviour, educational video games can present a powerful tool for increasing student learning.
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    Video Games - any value?
Phil Taylor

The Committed Sardine - blog - 1 views

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    "readers for the first time ever bought more e-books in the Kindle's proprietary format than actual paper books."
Phil Taylor

The Committed Sardine - committed sardines - 15 views

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    Attending the ECOO Conf. - Ian Jukes was the Keynote. Join the sardines and have access to very high quality free resources
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