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carmin karasic

Flickr: The Help Forum: [bug] map fuctionality - 0 views

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    How to find an image location in Flickr... It used to be easier!
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    How to find an image location in Flickr... It used to be easier!
Glenn Hervieux

STEM Curriculum Resources by Dr. Wesley Fryer - 96 views

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    Excellent resources organized by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer). Definitely worth a look! Be sure to check out the Curiosity Links.
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    GREAT stuff. Going to keep this page handy!
kwyman

Desmos | Beautiful, Free Math - 8 views

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    "Graph functions, plot tables of data, evaluate equations, explore transformations, and much more - for free!"
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    Desmos is an online graphing calculator that allows the user to plot points, graph lines and parabolas. A variety of common algebraic functions are included with sliders, allowing the user to manipulate the data in real time and see the results of those changes. Students can also use it to create math art on coordinate grids.
crossmattcross

cK-12 - 28 views

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    Love CK12, especially their FlexMath free program. I hope everyone checks it out!
Ricardo Pimenta

Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine - 94 views

shared by Ricardo Pimenta on 05 Jan 14 - No Cached
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    One of the best learning tool about everything and media history
Cedep Soas

Centre for Development, Environment and Policy, at SOAS - University of London - 2 views

shared by Cedep Soas on 24 Jul 15 - No Cached
  • informed professionals with inter-disciplinary skills and understanding to tackle these issues effectively. Our Centre is unique in the range of postgraduate qualifications on offer
    • Cedep Soas
       
      Hi Shikha and Steven. This is how it works. The benefit is that when you make changes, then the history is kept, and the change will not be overturned.
  • ol for develo
sdevuyst

Johnnie's Math Page - The Best Math for Kids and their Teachers -Hundreds of Interactiv... - 156 views

shared by sdevuyst on 12 Apr 11 - Cached
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    Great math tools and games
fenghe

陶西平:"翻转课堂"与"生成课程"-搜狐教育 - 1 views

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    其实是生成课堂,生成课程理念在中学的应用。我是做大学,理念阐述的清楚--byhe 学生的学习过程通常由两个阶段组成:第一个阶段是接受教师的"知识传递",第二个阶段是"知识内化"。在传统的教学模式中,接受教师的"知识传递"是在课堂上进行的,而"知识内化"是在课外通过作业练习完成的。而"翻转课堂"对这一传统模式进行了"翻转"--知识的获得由学生在课下完成,他们通过使用信息技术或者阅读文本教材自行学习,教师可以通过提供短小的视频、对特定的问题进行有针对性的讲解、在线辅导等为学生提供帮助;而"知识内化"则是在课堂上通过互动来完成的,教师通过了解学生的学习困难,给予有效辅导,同时通过组织多主体、多层面的相互交流,促进知识的吸收与内化。这样,课堂这一教学主阵地的功能就发生了改变:它主要不是用来获取知识,而是促进知识的内化和应用。课堂不再是预设的过程,而是生成的过程。
Joe Hirsch

Reflections on (Digitally) Turning 100 - 28 views

shared by Joe Hirsch on 30 Jul 15 - No Cached
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    Seventeen months ago, I made my first "flipped learning" video. Tonight, I created my 100th. Some reflections from the road to one hundred.
Deborah Baillesderr

Quiver - 3D Coloring App - 31 views

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    A fun app that brings kids coloring pages to life! This app was formerly know as colAR.
Sobeida Soto

La Sangre y su recorrido por la vida - YouTube - 3 views

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    Video sobre la sangre y su composición, orientado a 3ro. a 7mo. nivel básico.
Steve Kelly

Terms of Service and Privacy Policy | - 8 views

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      Easel.ly I teach 6th grade. We are not allowed to have our [under age 13] students sign up on any website that requires personally identifiable information. Can I create a "generic" account that all of my students may use for a class project?

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      vernon Mod Book Lady * 5 months ago

      Hi!

      So what you can do is use our Groups feature it allows everything that you need: http://www.easel.ly/blog/easel...

      vernon@easel.ly is my email if you need any help getting up and running.


Beverly Ozburn

The beauty of unfinished work - The Learner's Way - 30 views

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      I love this concept!  The focus is on the process of learning.  Doesn't that also help to identify the way we learn as well as the progress of the learning?
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      The down side of this is that there also has to be some sort of focus on the importance of completing what is started.  Everything might not have to have an end product but some things certainly should have!
  • At times it has been deeply admonished and hidden from view. Individuals who failed were to be shunned or punished. At other times failure was to be avoided by setting the bar for success so low that failure was impossible. The result of this movement was that success became meaningless, achievable by all without risk and through little effort.
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    • Beverly Ozburn
       
      The generation when who were deeply admonished and hidden is older and most are relieved that this is no longer the case.  The generation who were shunned or punished seem to still be a part of the mainstream but most have embraced that this is no longer the case.  The generation who were part of the low expectations with failure impossible seem to be the predominance of the population now and we are seeing that there is no concept of consequences, no motivation toward high achievement, and an attitude of entitlement.
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      This seems like we are evolving but moving more in a cyclical fashion and thinking more like the early innovators in our country - Jefferson, Franklin, Ford, Bell - We see a need for something and strive to create it - marking our failures as a way of knowing, "well that won't work so lets find something that will."
  • A culture that accepts failure as a part of the learning process will need to take time to celebrate the steps taken towards learning as much as it celebrates the finished product.
  • A digital work of art, of music of writing is never truly finished, it grows and transforms over time. 
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      Transformation from the mindset of this is done, this if finished, this is the final draft to here is where we are at this point but it may be revisited, revised, refined at a later time.
  • mistakes are a sign that the learning is not pitched at a level below the needs of the students; if the students are not making mistakes when they engage with new learning the expectation has been set too low.
  • What must be avoided is a belief that mistakes are to be accepted without an equal emphasis on identifying and understanding their causes.
    • Beverly Ozburn
       
      Identify and understand the causes of mistakes so that another attempt can be made at correcting them and progress is made!
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    There is a danger in seeking finished perfection in all that we do. There is a risk that our students will focus solely on the attributes that define a finished piece and overlook the importance of the process that leads to it.
Tim Jefferson

http://csjarchive.cogsci.rpi.edu/1988v12/i02/p0257p0285/MAIN.PDF - 22 views

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    Problem solving strategies and links with cognitive load. A worthy read.
Sharin Tebo

Building Attention Span - The New York Times - 68 views

  • ou toggle over to check your phone during even the smallest pause in real life. You feel those phantom vibrations even when no one is texting you. You have trouble concentrating for long periods.
    • Sharin Tebo
       
      This is a connection for me to the technology and devices article we read today and did a quotation mingle around during our Disciplinary Literacy Institute. No kidding that we get a shot of dopamine or 'high' when our phone goes ding, or it vibrates. 
  • Online life is so delicious
  • You live in a state of perpetual anticipation because the next social encounter is just a second way.
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  • xpert online gamers have a great capacity for short-term memory, to process multiple objects simultaneously, to switch flexibly between tasks and to quickly process rapidly presented information.
  • Fluid intelligence
    • Sharin Tebo
       
      I've never heard this before!
  • Research at the University of Oslo and elsewhere suggests that people read a printed page differently than they read off a screen. They are more linear, more intentional, less likely to multitask or browse for keywords.
  • Crystallized intelligence
    • Sharin Tebo
       
      Something else i have never heard of.
  • Crystallized intelligence accumulates over the years and leads ultimately to understanding and wisdom.
    • Sharin Tebo
       
      So maybe this kind of intelligence, then, is the "learning is a consequence of thinking"?
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