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Roland Gesthuizen

International Society for Technology in Education - Blog > A Rose is Still a Rose: Tran... - 107 views

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    The NETS help guide technology planning and curriculum development for all grade levels and provide a roadmap for digital age learning, teaching and leadership ..
    Recently, educators working on a NETS web page for staff and students tackled the challenge by translating the NETS for Students into action verbs .. Here's what they've come up with:"
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    Great to see these technology curriculum standards broken down into easy to digest verbs!
mrblais

BrainPOP - Animated Educational Site for Kids - Science, Social Studies, English, Math,... - 31 views

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    This website has great animations (fun too!) that cover a wide range of topics. You can do a free 5 day trial and would then need to subscribe to it. I think it is worth it!
Mina Thompson

Three Uses of Diigo in the History and Language Arts Classroom | Beyond School - 83 views

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    Using diigo for classroom instruction
Roland Gesthuizen

the five stages of grading | not that kind of doctor - 108 views

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    "In coping with grading, it's important for graduate students and young professors to know that they are not alone and that this process takes time. Not everyone goes through every stage or processes the reality of grading in this order, but everyone experiences some version of at least two of these steps."
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    This article lists the experience that most teachers go through over a weekend when they are faced with a huge marking task, clearly identifying the 5 different stages that they will probably go through.
Judith Meyer

All Videos « RSA Comment - 84 views

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    A series of ideas eg changing education paradigms by Ken Robinson, re-done in animated format!
    Makes his ideas much clearer.
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    This is a great animation and worth watching all the way through. Thanks for sharing!
Gerald Carey

Science Experiments - 128 views

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    A huge range of very simple science experiments.
Sandra Mihalko

Rcampus - 48 views

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    Online tools free for teachers.
Amy Roediger

Cyberchase . All Games | PBS Kids - 73 views

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    45 games for kids in third through fifth grade,
mrblais

4Teachers : Tools - 222 views

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    tech tools for teachers!
Steve Ransom

How to fix our schools: A manifesto by Joel Klein, Michelle Rhee and other education le... - 40 views

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    We are in trouble if folks like Klein, Rhee, and others dictated this conversation...
Monica Lawrence

Educational Origami - Comparing 20th and 21st Century Educational Paradigms - 122 views

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    Mainly collaborative some individual

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    Mainly collaborative some indi vidual

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    Nice table comparing the way teaching was and where it might be going.
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    "Mainly
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Allison Haeussler

Welcome to Discovery Education - 39 views

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    Discovery Education has both free and subscription services. Most of the videos require a school subscription, but there are many free resources for classroom and home use.
Steve Ransom

AASA :: Public School Bashing: A Dangerous Game - 58 views

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    One of the best articles that I have read on change, reform, school bashing, Waiting for Superman,...
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    Really liked this! I sent it to all my teacher friends. She does a good job addressing a much better way to enact change in our districts than the method used by media and Hollywood. I think Waiting for Superman is a cop-out. A bonafide cop-out. It's so easy for the media and entertainment industry to just throw sticky-bombs at public schools. The ironic thing is there are so many privileged individuals in the media industries that were taught in elitist environments. When is someone going to make a movie bashing parents who do nothing to help their children succeed?

    Lastly, I loved her comment about the decision being dumber the further the person making is from a real classroom. Classic. Thanks again for sharing.
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    Glad you found it helpful. I thought it was very clear, well written, and offers some solutions... solutions that require social and moral change, not just political and hegemonic change.
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