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LUCIAN DUMA

From #web20 to #socialmedia #curation and Artificial Inteligence #aiclass in XXI Century Education - 0 views

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    Web 2.0 blog is part #edtech20 #socialmedia #curation project launch by bit.ly/Lucian20: 
Steve Ransom

web20-21stcentury-tools - home - 59 views

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    Gr8 resource of organized 2.0 tools
Berylaube 00

A "Top Ten" Teacher's Guide to being a "Cyber Hero" - 0 views

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    This LiveBinder was created based on David Kapuler's blog entitled:Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero and his wiki Top Ten lists. Here is a link to the original: http://web20-21stcentury-tools.wikispaces.com/top-ten
Bob Rowan

Top Tools 2011 C4LPT - 0 views

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    List of Top 100 Tools for Learning from Centre Fore Learning & Performance Technologies; decent summary of technology in education trends, shared by Sue Van Den Acre, via Magi Koch
Cheska Lorena

The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education - 2010 | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... - 0 views

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    Larry Ferlazzo's annual post on most popular applications
Cheska Lorena

Parent Letter for Twitter Use - 0 views

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    Great example of a parent letter for social media (specifically Twitter) use. (In Gdoc format).
Cheska Lorena

Free Technology for Teachers: The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators - 0 views

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    "In this book there introductions to more than six dozen web tools for K-12 teachers. Additionally, you will find sections devoted to using Skype with students, ESL/ELL, blogging in elementary schools, social media for educators, teaching online, and using technology in alternative education settings. Here's the list of contributors to The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators: George Couros, Patrick Larkin, Kelly Tenkely, Adam Bellow, Silvia Tolisano, Steven Anderson, Cory Plough, Beth Still, Larry Ferlazzo, Lee Kolbert, and Richard Byrne. "
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

Innovate: Rhizomatic Education: Community as Curriculum - 0 views

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    The pace of technological change has challenged historical notions of what counts as knowledge. Dave Cormier describes an alternative to the traditional notion of knowledge. In place of the expert-centered pedagogical planning and publishing cycle, Cormier suggests a rhizomatic model of learning. In the rhizomatic model, knowledge is negotiated, and the learning experience is a social as well as a personal knowledge creation process with mutable goals and constantly negotiated premises. The rhizome metaphor, which represents a critical leap in coping with the loss of a canon against which to compare, judge, and value knowledge, may be particularly apt as a model for disciplines on the bleeding edge where the canon is fluid and knowledge is a moving target.
Danny Nicholson

Building Blogs | Teachers TV - 1 views

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    Learn how blogging, video conferencing and computer technology can be used simply and effectively as teaching and learning aids in the classroom. In this programme, students from Acton High School in west London are motivated into journalistic action as they create the Newszine blog for the enjoyment of their peers. Ealing City Learning Centre facilitates the students' use of cutting edge technology to drive understanding of subject matter, independent learning and critical thinking.
Danny Nicholson

Inspirations - Blogosphere | Teachers TV - 0 views

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    Blogging is now a worldwide phenomenon with weblogs reaching a potential audience of hundreds of millions. Blogs have been described as the ultimate in publishing for the people and have been used to challenge governments and the press. Steve O'Hear, one of Britain's digital evangelists, explores how blogs can be used in schools. Steve finds some enthusiastic primary age bloggers and sees how it helps in literacy, ICT skills and a range of other subjects. He finds many of the benefits extend beyond the curriculum. Blogging can help pupils: * Develop confidence * Improve their self expression * Get a real sense of fulfilment from publishing their work In West Blatchington School in Hove, blogging is practised by everyone from the head down. Steve visits the school's after-school blogging club, a special bloggers' assembly and sees weblogs being used in the school's autistic unit.
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