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Roland Gesthuizen

Kindergarten coders can program before they can read - 26 July 2013 - New Scientist - 50 views

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    "Going back to school to meet the 4-year-olds who are learning to program computers thanks to a new graphics-based coding language"
Roland Gesthuizen

Transformative iPad Use in Early Elementary School - 162 views

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    "Using the iPad beyond a digital worksheet. Examples from the early elementary classroom."
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    Great post :-) thanks!
Roland Gesthuizen

Are you on LinkedIN? | Integrating Technology in the Primary Classroom - 57 views

  • Teachers are warned that schools are scouring social networking sites and googling potential candidates for school positions.
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    Recently I read on the oz-teachers mailing list a warning for teachers about using social networking sites unprofessionally. This UK article, suggests that teachers should be cautious of what they post online and check what information is available about them. Teachers are warned that schools are scouring social networking sites and googling potential candidates for school positions. This warning is not of concern to me. I am very wary about thinking before posting. I use Facebook in a limited way, while using Twitter for entirely professional reasons.
Beth Panitz

The Glue Blues on Vimeo - 79 views

shared by Beth Panitz on 17 Apr 11 - No Cached
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    Nothing makes you more blue than a clogged up useless glue (bottle). We've all felt the frustration and disgust when glue bottles don't work right. But have we considered how this makes THEM feel? This original musical Fugleflick by Dryden 5th graders may change the way glue bottles are used everywhere!
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    5th Graders give advice on using glue
Roland Gesthuizen

No more pencils, no more books: this Vancouver school has embraced iPads, iPods and apps - 107 views

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    "For students attending one of Vancouver's most popular public schools, the classroom is an exciting world of iPads, iPods, apps, laptops and SmartBoards. Even the youngest children at Elsie Roy elementary in Yaletown are using iPads as they learn to write the letters of the alphabet, pull them together into words and tackle basic addition and subtraction with colourful and interactive applications that make learning feel like fun."
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    Integrating mLearning into the primary school classroom.
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