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Michelle Krill

CFF Archive - home - 12 views

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    "We have created this wiki to house all of our collective works in 21st Century Teaching and Learning (Classrooms for the Future). This is for your reference and your use. "
Ty Yost

The Future Is Now - home - 11 views

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    CFF Year 5 Bootcamp Wiki
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    For CFF Bootcamp
Michelle Krill

CFF Evaluation: Year 3 Evaluation Report - 4 views

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    The Classrooms for the Future Evaluation Project completed the Year Three Evaluation Report (2008-09). This report describes the findings from the teacher and student surveys, the classroom observations, and interviews with CFF Coaches, principals, and building contacts.
Mary Beth Hengelbrok

CFFITS - home - 5 views

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    links to resources regarding ITS certification in the context of CFF
Donald Burkins

8 Non-Tech Must Have Tools for the Tech Deprived Teacher « Teacher in Transition - 10 views

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    "While I am not really tech deprived, I'm also not on any list to get a 1:1 classroom, a set of handhelds or any type of interactive anything. ... So in defiance of the creed that tech is here to stay, I offer 8 indispensible tools that every classroom needs."
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    Simple reminder of the purposes and alternatives to some of our tech tools. Upbeat reality- check.
Michelle Krill

pasas - home - 0 views

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    "SAS is NOT a portal. Although we will be using a new and powerful portal to access the six elements of SAS and all the resources that will be launched and will be added to the site, SAS is more about how we think and act differently. The six elements of SAS (clear standards, fair assessments, a curriculum framework, instructional strategies, materials & resources and interventions), when combined, provide educators with a common framework for the continuous improvement of each student by name. Research continues to support that integrating these six elements improves student achievement."
Carolyn Hanych

50 Useful Blogging Tools for Teachers - 10 views

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    "Blogging is becoming more and more popular in the classroom. Teachers can blog to stay in touch with parents and students or they can incorporate blogs from all of the students as a learning tool. The beauty of the student blog is that children from Kindergarten to high school can blog. No matter how you use blogs in your classroom, these tools will help you get started, enhance your experience, or bring the students into the fun."
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    This was just shared in another group list. Thought many of the (former) CFF folks would also enjoy it.
sam elias

Tabbloid - 0 views

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      This would be great for a teacher to collect all of his students blogs in a neat format.
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    Receive a daily pdf (newsletter style) of recent feeds from the RSS sources you supply. No account needed.
Ty Yost

The one job that should be in every school - 0 views

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    The job role that should be available in every school is: Drumroll please…Digital Literacy Coach. The job entails teaching digital literacy, technology integration, and teaching both students and teachers how to safely harness the power of the Internet and technology to boost the end result, student engagement and achievement.
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    Another article to send on to Administration.
Darcy Goshorn

Inspirational Talking Points Justifying 1:1 Computing - 0 views

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    "Selling the dream of 1:1 computing" from Stager. Great talking points for you and your administrators.
Darcy Goshorn

Introduction to Podcasting with Audacity - 1 views

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    A very friendly, self-contained, webpage version of a tutorial for using Audacity to create a podcast. Teacher-friendly
Darcy Goshorn

Rendell tells cabinet to find $500 million more in cuts - 0 views

  • The biggest reduction is $212 million in the Education Department. This could include a $22 million reduction in a program called "Classrooms for the Future,'' which has been supplying computers for high schools across the state. "This is a tough cut for me to make,'' said Mr. Rendell, who created the program three years ago and said educators around the state like it.
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    Rendell: "This is a tough cut for me to make."
Darcy Goshorn

Gov Rendell Proposes $0.00 for Classrooms For the Future - 0 views

  • Rendell’s office refused to list a detailed accounting of the proposed reductions, even though the governor enumerated specific, proposed reductions, including the zeroing-out of the remaining $22 million in funding for the administration’s marquee “Classrooms of the Future” program.
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    bye bye future funding
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