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30 creative ways to use Padlet for teachers and students - BookWidgets - 2 views

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    "I'm always excited when I'm using Padlet. Is it the interface, the way everything is designed, its purpose or the fact that I'm organizing things smoothly? I don't know. It just makes me happy.

    And today I'll try to make you happy as well. How is it that this online Post-it board can make your day? How to use Padlet in your classroom? What are the best lesson ideas with padlet? How can you use Padlet in the elementary classroom and in high school? "
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"Kids Can't Learn From Teachers They Don't Like" - 0 views

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    "The following TEDTalk by Rita Pierson reminds us of why we all got involved in teaching to begin with.

    While curriculum, assessment, and instructional design may be how you parse your thinking now, at one point it probably had more to do with content, curiosity, and relationships. In this talk, the 40-year veteran teacher reminds us that not only do relationships matters, sometimes they're all that matters."
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6 Essential Google Scholar Tips for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 3 views

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    "Google Scholar is one of the top academic search engines out there. It provides research community with a host of useful features that facilitate their work and enhance their productivity. We have extensively covered Google Scholar in our previous posts and we have an entire section dedicated to everything teachers and student researchers need to know to tap into the educational potential of this platform. In today's post, we are sharing with you an infographic we created a few months ago that turned into one of the most popular posts of 2016. The visual features 6 important tips to smartly use Google Scholar. These are:"
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20 YouTube Channels Every Math Teacher Should Know About ~ Educational Technology and M... - 2 views

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    "YouTube remains one of the best resources for educational video content to use with students in class. Over the past few years we reviewed and shared several YouTube channels that offer educational content for teachers and students and today we are re-featuring this list of the most popular YouTube channels for math teachers. "
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Free Technology for Teachers: The Periodic Table in Pictures and Words - 1 views

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    "The Periodic Table of Elements, in Pictures and Words is an interactive site that shows students how each element is used or is present in familiar products. When students click on an element in the interactive display an image of a familiar product or object appears along with a description of the element and its characteristics. For example, if you click on aluminum an image of airplane appears along with a description of aluminum, its uses, and its characteristics."
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The Seven Myths Keeping Teachers from Designing Makerspaces - John Spencer - 1 views

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    "In the last post, I explored this idea that every student deserves a makerspace. In this post, I look at some of the most common myths I see regarding makerspaces.
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12 Good Mac Apps for Music Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 1 views

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    "Below is a selection of some good Mac apps curated specifically for Music teachers. These are applications you can use to help you with songwriting and editing on Mac, designing new sounds, processing audio, building synthesizers, recording digital audio, and many more. Check them out and share with us your feedback in our Facebook page.
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Forget Guide on the Side...Students Need a Guide on the Ride - A.J. JULIANI - 5 views

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    "If we look at our students' learning stories as shared journeys that we take an active role in, then we are more than a guide on the side.

    We are guides on the ride.
    We are active participants in this adventure, and learn just as much as our students do throughout the process.

    When students are empowered to craft their own learning stories and go on shared learning journeys, they'll often take the chance to dramatically impact their own life (and the lives of others) through what they make, create, design, and explore."
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5 Ways Teachers Can Have a Work-Life Balance - STEM JOBS - 3 views

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    "Educators never get a break. Oftentimes they see their students in their community, grade papers and plan lessons, and become emotionally invested in the lives of each of their students - all outside of classroom hours. Children of teachers can sometimes feel they rank below their parents' other "kids" at times. To avoid burnout and keep yourself happy at work and at home, remind yourself that teachers can have a work-life balance and follow these tips for creating it."
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100 Must-Read Books For and About Teachers - 1 views

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    "May is an important month for teachers. Standardized testing kicks in gear, decisions are being made about next year's budget, and, of course, Teacher Appreciation Week. After ten years in the classroom, I've discovered that the best Teacher Appreciation gifts tend to be free- handwritten notes from students or words of encouragement from veteran teachers.

    My gift to you is this roundup of advice from voices in every academic discipline, as well as a heavy sprinkling of books about fictional teachers. There are some classics, some hot new titles, and a few books that might push you out of your comfort zone. Whether you are trying to up your game in a certain subject, study theory about different learning styles, or simply read a story about someone else surviving the classroom for a change, you'll find something in this list of 100 must-read books for and about teachers."
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The Language Of The Maker Movement: 38 Terms For Teachers - 1 views

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    "As the maker movement in culture moves from MacGyver jokes and what Noah did when Allie left him in The Notebook to something with a bit more academic and cognitive credibility, it has also begun to creep in to the education space.

    As with any niche, there is specialized language-jargon-that may keep things murky for you. The 38 terms below by no means represent an exhaustive collection. (There are dozens of gadgets, circuit boards, and digital, robotic, and electrical wizardry we left on the cutting room flow.) But for most teachers in most circumstances, it should serve as a nice starting points."
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