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Diana Irene Saldana

The Future of Education - Charting the Course of Teaching and Learning in a Networked W... - 48 views

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    Charting the Course of Teaching and Learning in a Networked World. The future of education, social network
Tricia Hunt

The World's Best Print Ads, 2012-13 | Adweek - 121 views

  • Time, Wired and The New Yorker
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      Incredible! Such and example of trusted sources pushing certain products while at the same thing advertising themselves.
  • This campaign turned famous authors into headphones.
    • Tricia Hunt
       
      Genius!  I love the idea of audio books being Authors' voices speaking to us in an intimate way.
  • School portraits are turned on their heads to remind the viewer that every child gets education
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      Powerful message that appeals to statistics and helping people for a better cause
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  • elp us provide quality education to thousands of children in Chile because if we can change their education we can change their destiny."
    • Tricia Hunt
       
      Such a powerful message!
  • old the page for comedy.
  • ou know it's funny
  • When you see the logo
  • The drawings from the famous "Real Beauty Sketches" campaign, which won the Titanium Grand Prix this year. At left, a woman as described to a sketch artist by the woman. At right, the woman as described by a stranger.
    • Tricia Hunt
       
      WOW! Even more powerful!  This shows the impact media has made on us.  The left is the woman describing herself and the right is a STRANGER describing her!!! INSANE!
  • Fake ads cleverly pushed for better literacy rates in France
  • thumbs-up means nothing in this brutal campaign pleading for more tangible charity support than a like on Facebook.
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    "These iPad mini ads, released late last year, were placed on the back covers of several national magazines-including Time, Wired and The New Yorker."
Tricia Hunt

http://tep.uoregon.edu/technology/multimedia/docs/digitalimages.pdf - 52 views

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      I've never thought about if the images I am choosing are excluding some students in my classroom before.
Tricia Hunt

How to Use New-Media Tools in Your Classroom (Video Playlist) | Edutopia - 1 views

    • Tricia Hunt
       
      Not really finding this video as helpful.  Twitter has been a round for a while and I am very acquainted with its uses.  Note - video was created in 2009...four years ago!
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      There is NO WAY it is acceptable to friend our students on facebook.  I agree that we should not make social media the elephant in the room.  I just do not see how it is appropriate to be friends with a student on facebook.
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      I would challenge kids to use their OWN digital devices (iPhones, etc) and see if they can make connections with what they see to what they are learning in school!
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      Again...youtube...snore...been around forever!  I already know to use it all the time in the classroom.
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      Globe on Wii for Geography is obviously a HUGE engagement for kids!  Internet browser...so what...they can do that on a computer.  Wii Sports....of course the kids enjoy it, but who has time for it?
Tricia Hunt

How to Teach with Technology: Science and Math | Edutopia - 105 views

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      I am IN LOVE with this idea!  And now that I know about Remind101, I can actually communicate via text WITHOUT giving out my own cell phone number!
  • Disposable fun

    "An idea for teaching kids about angles in math class is having a scavenger hunt and giving them a disposable camera so they can take pictures of different angles."

  • For math, I would use a Voki to explain the problems to my class.
Tricia Hunt

How to Teach with Technology: Social Studies | Edutopia - 74 views

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      I find that having a "back channel" conversation during a presentation to actually do the opposite.  I am so busy commenting on what was just presented that I miss what is being talked about next.
  • "I think it's a good idea to use Skype (10) for learning about other states and countries.
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      I like the idea of Skyping with people from other countries.  I could get the kids to come up with a list of questions first.  My biggest question is HOW do I connect/find someone from another country?
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  • For more information on Lykowski's Global Explorers Project (including rubrics and other resources), go to Global Explorers (13).
  • FreePoverty is a geography game that presents you with a city or landmark. You have a short amount of time (5-10 seconds) to locate it on a map. The closer you are to the target, the more cups of water are donated to people in need around the world. (FreePoverty is seeking a nonprofit organization to work with to help turn the site's revenues into water donations.)
Tricia Hunt

How to Teach with Technology: Language Arts | Edutopia - 69 views

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      Never thought about letting kids "free blog" when they have a question!  Love that idea!
  • respond to a prompt on the blog for homework
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      I LOVE Photostory!  In the advent of Animoto and Voicethread I have COMPLETELY forgotten about how easy it is to use!
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  • VoiceThread is collaborative slide show software that allows users to contribute audio, images, and video.
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      Just used voice thread in my last online course and could totally see how commenting back and forth on the different images is AWESOME!
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    Interesting perspectives and ideas about how to incorporate technology in the language arts classroom, but could easily extend beyond that
Don Doehla

The Best 1:1 Device is a Good Teacher | Edutopia - 56 views

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    "Over the course of two years, I, along with the Burlington Public Schools tech team, had the opportunity to meet and connect with over one hundred schools. These discussions would usually involve what device works best in the classroom and how the iPad is affecting teaching and learning outcomes. Frequently this conversation focuses on the most effective hardware for teaching and learning. While this is an important decision to make, it should not be the focus. In fact, the best devices a school can employ are great teachers."
Brianna Crowley

The 3 Tech Ninjas - 12 views

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    Fantastic resource for teachers who need a list of web tools and/or apps to serve different purposes in their classroom projects and activities. 
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