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Martin Burrett

Internet use in class tied to lower test scores - 31 views

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    "Warning: Surfing the internet in class is now linked to poorer test scores, even among the most intelligent and motivated of students. Michigan State University researchers studied laptop use in an introductory psychology course and found the average time spent browsing the web for non-class-related purposes was 37 minutes. Students spent the most time on social media, reading email, shopping for items such as clothes and watching videos."
Steve Ransom

What to do about laptops in lectures? - Daniel Willingham - 79 views

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    What to do about laptops in lectures?
onepulledthread

Children in Peru write their own history on Wikipedia - YouTube - 28 views

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    youtube video showing Peruvian children contributing wikipedia content.
Bochi 23

Tablets or Laptops? Ask the Right Questions... - 125 views

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    Do you buy laptops or tablets? That's the wrong question... so, what's the right question?
Danuta Woloszynowicz

More powerful pencils: 1:1 Laptop Programs and 21st century learning « 21k12 - 169 views

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    BYOD blog entry
Lorri Carroll

10 years after laptops come to Maine schools, educators say technology levels playing f... - 73 views

  • We have math teachers doing online skill-based type of things and online quizzes,” Robinson said. Students use a site called, Glogster where they create digital posters, and upload photos and music for reports.
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      Pretty low-level use for math... there are so many more powerful things that laptops could be used for.
  • Having laptops means all students can do the same quality report, regardless of their parents' income, “because they all have the same tools,”
  • We tried filtering. It's a losing battle,” Robinson said. “There's always a way around it. Now our approach is teaching responsibility.”
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  • “At our house, there are signs, 'No Facebook from 7 to 9:30,'” Angus King said. “Part of it is supervision, he said. You don't hand the keys to your car to your teenager without rules.
Beth Panitz

Should laptops replace textbooks? | Edutopia - 45 views

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    Educators overwhelmingly vote yes to replacing textbooks with laptops. 
Cammy Torgenrud

Project Red: Do 1:1 right or don't do it at all | ZDNet - 61 views

  • those 9 factors (called Key Implementation Factors, or KIFs in the Project documentation) that need to be present in a school to truly realize the full potential of major 1:1 investments
Jonathan Wylie

Mac Laptops for Teachers: A Buyer's Guide for Educators - 73 views

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    Are you a teacher looking for a new Macbook? Apple has three feature packed laptops in its Macbook range, but which one has the features and performance that you need for your classroom?\n
Terence Carty

1:1 Laptop Classroom Management - 117 views

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    Classroom management strategies for a 1:1 environment.
Lee-Anne Patterson

Transforming Curriculum in the Technology-Rich Classroom - 0 views

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    Archived resources from the presentation - audio and slides.
Kent Gerber

Can I have your half-attention, please? : Macleans OnCampus - 0 views

  • While some professors seek to exclude the devices from the classroom, others are creating multimedia-rich curricula in which students can draw on online resources and interact with each other. Banning laptops is just plain wrong, according to Don Krug, associate professor at UBC’s department of curriculum studies. He says students are adults, and the best a professor can hope for is a “respectful learning environment,” where students limit their own behaviour. “If they really want to learn the information, they will. They’re paying a lot of money,” he says. “We’re better off teaching them how to be responsible learners.”
    • Kent Gerber
       
      Shows two polar solutions to laptop problems: total ban & adapting curricula to include multi-media interaction. Also presents respectful learning environment as best course for students who are adults.
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    Article that mentions teacher's frustrations with laptops and various coping strategies.
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