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Phil Taylor

A technology 'evangelist' believes colleges can teach their digital natives a thing or two - 0 views

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    ""Eighty-two percent of elementary school kids can't tell the difference between a sponsored website and a real news website," he said. They may know the tools better than the grown-ups do, but they have a lot to learn."
John Evans

Poster: Blooms Taxonomy and Computational Thinking by RobbotResources - Teaching Resour... - 0 views

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    "Use Blooms Taxonomy thinking skills to incorporate Computational Thinking Concepts within your lessons. This poster cross references Blooms Taxonomy thinking skills with the concepts of Computational Thinking in order to support your delivery of these concepts within the classroom."
John Evans

From Fortnite to the classroom: the 'floss' dance craze sweeping schools | Tes News - 0 views

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    "Fidget spinners, dabbing, bottle flipping… teachers can find it hard to keep up with every new fad, so here's the low down on the floss dance and how to deal with it in your classroom."
John Evans

27 Ways to Help Your Students Be Innovative - The Edvocate - 0 views

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    "Creativity and innovation are two skills that are highly coveted in today's society. People that are creative and innovative have managed to blaze their own paths and remake the world in their own image. As a result, creativity and innovation will continue to be the most sought-after skills in our global economy. Because of this, schools have to prepare students for this workforce of innovation and put them the best position to be successful. So how can educators help their students cultivate their inner creator and innovator? I am glad you asked. Below you will find a graphic that lists 27 ways that you can help your students be innovative. I hope this helps."
John Evans

DuckDuckGo vs. Google: The Best Search Engine for You - 0 views

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    "Over the years, Google has left its humble origins behind to become one of the largest companies in the world, offering a wide range of devices and services.

    To keep those services free, Google records data about you and uses it to display targeted advertising-their main source of revenue. As the debate around online privacy ramps up, many people are looking for an alternative.

    Fortunately, DuckDuckGo might be the privacy-focused search engine you've been looking for."
John Evans

The Best Dark Web Websites You Won't Find on Google - 1 views

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    "You've heard of it before. You're probably curious about what it is. But chances are, you're still on the edge about the whole thing.

    We're talking about the dark web-the mysterious part of the internet that isn't for everyone. At least, that's what you've probably heard.

    There are many rumors about what it is and why people go on the dark web. However, it's worth learning a thing or two about it. Who knows, maybe you'll even find some of your new favorite sites there. Stick around and we'll share some of the cool websites we've discovered in the hidden corners of the dark web."
Nigel Coutts

Teacher Agency vs The Collective Voice - The Learner's Way - 1 views

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    With good reason, much is made of learner agency but the concept of teacher agency is important too. If we hope to build a profession in which we are all self-navigating life-long learners, we must acknowledge the role that teacher agency plays. 
John Evans

Math Education: The Roots of Computer Science | Edutopia - 2 views

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    "Math matters for computer science because it teaches students how to use abstract language, work with algorithms, self-analyze their computational thinking, and accurately modeling real-world solutions."
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