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Judy Robison

: PBS LearningMedia - 0 views

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    An expansive collection of resources, including photos, video, and audio files from federal organizations like NASA, the Library of Congress, and the National Archives, will now be easier to find, access and integrate into educational environments.
Paul Beaufait

the lives of teachers » Blog Archive » the new chernobyl? - media literacy in... - 20 views

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    In light of recent human disasters in Japan, this post explores media literacy. It explains and illustrates how news media have changed, why and how media are conveying the content that they do, and how to evaluate information and opinions from a wide variety of readily available sources.
Tero Toivanen

"Reboelje!" - Invisible Learning in the Netherlands | Education Futures - 12 views

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    The purpose of the Invisible Learning Tour is to raise awareness for the need for innovation in education.
anonymous

Qwiki - 68 views

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    wow!
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    An amazing technology that aggregates content from across the Internet and presents it in a unified, media-rich fashion.
Paul Beaufait

The Case For Social Media in Schools - 26 views

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    See also: 7 Fantastic Free Social Media Tools for Teachers
Jim Farmer

A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet - 57 views

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    Great technology, resources, links, and tools for educators.
Paul Beaufait

CI5472 Teaching Film, Television, and Media - 28 views

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    "This website is designed to support the book Teachingmedialiteracy.com: A Web-Linked Guide to Resources and Activities" (index page, ¶1, 2010.08.03)
Caroline Roche

FILMCLUB - 18 views

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    A site for UK schools where you can set up a film club and have screenings in your school
Kathleen N

A Portal to Media Literacy - 0 views

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      25:10 There are no natives. Students may know how to use these technologies for entertainment purposes but they do not know how to use them for critically thinking
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      Rarely know how to create something interesting and new.
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      25:18 This is a great point. Students in teachers are in the same boat--no natives here. Although students may know how to navigate these technologies, they rarely know how to use for their own learning, to think critically, and to create meaningfully. Students and teachers become partners in learning. Students help with the navigation the new media--but teachers guide students in meaningful learning to analyze, synthesize, and generalize.
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      Experiment & Play
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    Making sense of new media. This is a fabulous presentation with great ideas for educators to understand their role in this new media landscape.
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