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Roland Gesthuizen

Tips for Proofreading for Yourself and Others - 65 views

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    "The importance of proofreading cannot be overlooked. Proofreading skills do not develop overnight, but rather improve with practice. You can develop these skills by reviewing your own work, as well as the work of others. Because proofreading can often be a tedious project, below are some tips that can make the process more manageable."
Roland Gesthuizen

Say NO to NAPLAN (1).pdf - Google Docs - 55 views

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    Papers compiled by a group of concerned educators who are speaking out for many who are constrained from speaking publicly.
Roland Gesthuizen

Teacher's Assistant Pro for iPad and iPhone - One of the Best Teacher Apps Around! - 193 views

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    Teacher's Assistant Pro was designed by a teacher for teachers to document student behavior and habits in the classroom.  Easily share your documentation with parents and administration via email.
Roland Gesthuizen

Check out the TeacherCast review of the app: Teachers Assistant Pro @cleveriosapps - 33 views

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    Teacher's Assistant Pro is an application built for the iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch designed to help teachers keep track of student discipline issues.  This app is customizable and easy to use.  If you are looking for a great way to organize all of your classes and if your administrators ask you to keep track of student behavior, this is the app for you. 
anonymous

1.0 Media Reports on 2.0 Realities: On Recording, Streaming, and Livestreaming - 52 views

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    Story-driven reporting closes down the future; idea-driven inquiry makes the future open-ended.
Bob Rowan

CNN iReport - Share your story, discuss the issues with CNN.com - 19 views

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    Individuals can post news reports and in a few cases CNN may run the story on the air or their web sites; also includes "assignments", where CNN looks for people's opinions, but users can post reports on any topic
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.
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