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Newman Lanier

Digital Storytelling - 9 views

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    a good digital storytelling site
Armando Arechiga

Edheads - Activate Your Mind! - 0 views

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    Virtual Science activities
paul reid

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - 0 views

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    In the context of the future of learning management systems, this paper examines the concept and perception of a learning environment from the classroom to the internet and their relationship to perceptions of teaching and learning.
paul reid

YouTube - [한글자막] Future of the Internet Question - 0 views

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    The OECD Secretary General invites Youtubers/students to tell ministers and world leaders how they think the Internet can make the world a better place.
paul reid

The iiNet 1000 Hour Day Expedition: Chris Bray & Clark Carter - Victoria Is - 0 views

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    There are 37 lessons, falling into the eight key 'Learning Areas' identified in the modern curriculum, complete with background notes, outcomes, supplementary material and activities, all tied into exciting aspects of the expedition to create a memorable and motivating way to learn.
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    How come this is going on LIVE now: http://www.1000hourday.com/ with educational materials here http://www.iinet.net.au/1000hourday/ while the OzProjects site it is linked to says the project finished on May 30?? http://www.ozprojects.edu.au/mod/resource/view.php?id=64

    Pretty cool being able to track their position: http://www.exfac.com/1000HourDay/position.php - great opportunity for an authentic learning activity.
Clay Burell

Souly Catholic H.S.: Grades, grades, and more grades! - 0 views

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    Great post by Charlie Roy, great comment thread and links. Grades were invented to increase class size. Learning died that day.
Clay Burell

Why doesn't your school give grades? (History of grading in edu.) - 0 views

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    Great history of grading. Origins with this lazy bastard in 1792. Dickens weeps.
Clay Burell

From Degrading to De-Grading: Alfie Kohn - 0 views

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    Outstanding argument, backed by research, against using grades at all. Thanks to Bill Farren and Charlie Roy for this one.
glen gatin

What I Want to Talk About - Practical Theory - 0 views

  • every time I go to the exhibit floor at a conference and see more tools for monitoring, accountability and security than I see tools for creativity, creation and collaboration, I see us move one more step away from the dream of what I believe our schools can be.
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    corporatizing of education, the education/industrial complex
glen gatin

Concrete examples don't help students learn math, study finds - 0 views

  • However, the true test came later when the researchers asked these students to apply the same principles in a totally different setting
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      Another true test might be how well the teacher could apply the same principles in a totally different setting.
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    Could it be that part of the problem be that the teachers who attempt to teach with "real world" concrete examples have never had any real world concrete experience. 12 years of school followed by 4-5 years of undergrad, now you are a teacher, teach about the real world. hmmm
Clay Burell

Teachers Teaching Teachers #98 - Learning to be Unschooly - 04.02.08 | EdTechTalk - 0 views

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    KIS sophomore Soojin Lee inspires a TTT podcast episode. Well-done, TTT and Soojin!
Al Upton

About Becta - Publications - Technology strategy for further education, skills and rege... - 0 views

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    Technology strategy for further education, skills and regeneration: Implementation plan for 2008-2011
    Implementation plan for technology in further education, skills and regeneration, which forms an important part of Becta's work to update 'Harnessing Technology'
glen gatin

digital digs: NEMLA presentation on networked composition - 0 views

  • I'm not saying these are necessarily bad things. I'm just saying they no longer exist as they once did b/c they relied on an inaccessibility/scarcity of information and the difficulty of forming and maintaining groups: two things media networks obviously do very well.
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      Coasean floor. New social tools are lowering the costs of coordinating group action. Shirky p. 31
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    See also Clay Shirky"Here Comes Everybody and the concept of Coasean floor.
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