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psmiley

Taking Learning Outside The Classroom | Curriculum and Instruction | Learnist - 5 views

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    Flattening the Classroom
Roland Gesthuizen

Teaching in "The Cloud" with Evernote - YouTube - 193 views

    • Roland Gesthuizen
       
      Nice video example of how to use this software in the classroom.
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    All your post was very useful for me, thanks for sharing!
Tim Hornbacher

Doing What Works - Home - 63 views

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    A source of information on research-based education practices
Patricia Christian

Curriculum21 - 86 views

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    Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Tamara Connors

Educational Leadership:Reading to Learn:Can't Get Kids to Read? Make It Social - 85 views

  • Can't Get Kids to Read? Make It Social William M. Ferriter
  • One great tool for creating social reading experiences is Diigo (www.diigo.com), a free online application that allows users to add highlights and comments onscreen to any Web-based text. These comments can be seen by anyone using Diigo and are identified with the commenter's user name. Diigo also enables users to bookmark and "tag" with keywords any online articles that they find fascinating. Classes studying topics together can share their reading. Articles tagged by one user become instantly available to another, providing a source for continued study and ongoing conversations. The best news is that creating secure student accounts in Diigo is easy. Teachers can form a classroom group that enables students to see only the articles bookmarked and the annotations shared by their teachers and peers—instead of the comments of the entire Diigo community.
  • ttp://digitallyspeaking.pbworks.com/Social-Bookmarking-and-Annotating
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    Explains how Diigo is used in the classroom to make solitary text-based reading social.
Deborah Thonus

Mrs. Thonus's Third Grade Stars - 4 views

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    This website has a tremendous amount of resources for the elementary teacher for projects, content links, resources, videos, and parent resources.
John Evans

21st Century Pedagogy | 21st Century Connections - 1 views

  • How we teach must reflect how our students learn. It must also reflect the world our students will move into. This is a world which is rapidly changing, connected, adapting and evolving. Our style and approach to teaching must emphasise the learning in the 21st century.
    • John McMillen
       
      One paragraph, very simple and staright forward but very powerful.
    • John Evans
       
      Absolutely. I think most teachers are doing a good job with sentence one. It's the second statement that we need to attend to!
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