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Nina Levine

How to Give Your Students Better Feedback in Less Time - 116 views

    Feedback is essential to students' success. By creating a well organized collection of comments/suggestions designed to provide meaningful feedback, and making those comments easily accessible, we can efficiently increase our effectiveness with students.
Julio Quintero

Learning from PowerPoint: is it time for teachers to move on? - 149 views

    A great article: supports ideas on sketchnoting and visual memory. Thanks.

Diigo V5: Collect and Highlight, Then Remember! on Vimeo - 43 views

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    Diigo Help/ Tutorial
    Diigo Help/ Tutorial
Matt Renwick

How to Start an Online Book Club on Goodreads | Reading By Example - 32 views

    Leave a comment on my blog post and register to possibly win a free copy of Mindfulness.
MaryLiz Jones

18 Etiquette Tips for E-mailing Your Professor - US News - 101 views

    Good reminders!

Grammar Bytes! :: The Participle - 57 views

    • magisterrevkin
      This is how Latin uses participles

Storybird Studio: Creative Ideas for Educators on the Storybird Blog - 40 views

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    Today's guest blogger is longtime Storybird user Lyn Hilt, a former K-6 principal and current elementary instructional technology coach in Pennsylvania. Here, she shares a creative approach to using Storybird as a school administrator, welcoming the community with her hopes for the new year.

WeAreTeachers: 6 Back-to-School Tech Projects You Have to Try - 95 views

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    Have your students get to know one another by sharing with their classmates their favorite things and what they did this summer using these fun tech projects! Invite your students to create a . The site is easy to navigate. ​To save their page, they simply hit print and save their profile as a ​PDF to their desktop.

10 Team-Building Games For The First Day Of Class - 107 views

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    by TeachThought Staff Team-building activities are great. Not only can they help establish routines, tone, and expectations, they're also fun, and can help learners feel comfortable. Though many older students in high school and college may groan at their thought, they're usually fun, and great ways to help students feel at ease.
thatcher bohrman

Diigo Social Bookmarking - Tbohrman - ETC567-Fall-2015 - 44 views

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      Here is my Diigo note about my Diigo page.
Roland O'Daniel

MET Project :: Welcome - 11 views

    Resources for the evaluatioln of the GRREC project
Amy Gearhart

5 Tools That Demystify Text Complexity - Literacy in the Digital Age - 118 views

    Editor's Note: Teaching Channel has partnered with Student Achievement Partners on a blog series about digital literacy tools and their effective use by educators. The Common Core State Standards emphasize the importance of students being exposed to and understanding texts of increasing complexity as they progress through grade levels.
Maureen Greenbaum

These 10 trends are shaping the future of education | Education Dive - 72 views

  • e demands for innovation probably won't create an all-new landscape, the resulting product of ongoing changes is likely to be unrecognizable compared to that of the last several decades.
  • alternative credentialing and changing demographics to testing concerns and the rise of STEM
  • America's 629 public four-year institutions, 1,845 private four-year institutions, 1,070 public two-year institutions, and 596 private two-year institutions will soon be competing over a smaller pipeline of potential incoming students. 
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  •  expect to see a number of for-profits make the transition to nonprofit or benefit corporation
  • 5. Open educational resources gaining popularity as textbook prices rise
  • Digital textbooks have solved some of those issues to an extent, carrying a lower price point on average and being capable of receiving updated content. But many in higher ed and K-12 are looking beyond the traditional-textbook-
  • 15 Virginia community colleges are using OER to pilot a "zero textbook cost" program that is expected to save 50,000 students $5 million in its first year.
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