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My Brush with Celebrity: The Other Side of Cyber-Spying | text2cloud - 37 views

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    I'm standing next to the young man who will go on to become the face of the new citizen journalism-a patriot determined to use the new media to expose corruption and stupidity so that Truth can have its say.
Liz Peters

Twiducate - Social Networking & Media For Schools :: Education 2.0 - 116 views

      •  Are you a teacher? Sign up now. It's free!

          As a teacher you create a network for you and your students.
        • Share inspiration, ideas, readings, thoughts
        • Post discussions, deadlines, homework
        • Embed pictures, links and video
        • Keep parent
    • Adam DeWitt
       
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    Twitter-like website for educators and children to use as a class or school. Embed text, images, videos, links and even Google Docs files. The site has a live chat functure open to just the class.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+&+Web+Tools
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    What other people are saying: By Jennifer Alman for the Emergent Technologies in a collaborative class at Full Sail University. Features and benefits of using Twiducate for collaboration in an educational setting. Are you a teacher? Sign up now. It's simple and free!twiducate is the perfect solution for elementary and secondary students.
anonymous

On Word Choice and Context: Tidying Up Huck Finn | text2cloud - 25 views

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    Should we take the word "nigger" out of Uncle Tom's Cabin?
    We've barely turned the first page before it makes the first of literally hundreds of appearances in the novel.

    Censorship in the Web 2.0 World.
Wayne Holly

The Bamboo Project Blog: How School Screws Things Up For "Real Life" - 78 views

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    ". . .how school does a really terrible job of preparing our young people for "the real world" by setting up some seriously unrealistic expectations."
anonymous

The Allure of Evil: Reflections on MLK Day 2011 | text2cloud - 26 views

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    What role should the designation "evil" play in our understanding of world events?
Cüneyt Birkök

International Journal of Human Sciences - 18 views

  • ©2002 Uluslararası İnsan Bilimleri Dergisi / International Journal of Human Sciences (ISSN:1303-5134) is an "Open access journal" that uses a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access. From the BOAI definition of open access, users take the right of read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles.
    Creative Commons License
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    ©2002 International Journal of Human Sciences (ISSN:1303-5134) is an "Open access journal" that uses a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access. From the BOAI definition of open access, users take the right of read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles.
    Creative Commons License
    # We look forward to work with scholars from all over the world and in any subject fields. All academicians (hold a Ph.D degree) are welcomed.
    # Refereeing pre-request is to supervise at least three (Master) or (Doctoral) thesis.
    # We elaborate scientific branches mentioned in the about page according to any requests from referees.
    # Referees are responsible to review and approve submitted works in English language and subject fields by filling out this evaluation form.
    # To join with editorial board, Login/Register to this journal and then submit your full academic vitae with your subject fields you are able to review to journal editor (editor@insanbilimleri.com). Please fill completely out all the information asked (such as your bio statement, languages, institution etc.) at user profile page.
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    ©2002 International Journal of Human Sciences (ISSN:1303-5134) is an "Open access journal" that uses a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access. From the BOAI definition of open access, users take the right of read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles.
    Creative Commons License
    # We look forward to work with scholars from all over the world and in any subject fields. All academicians (hold a Ph.D degree) are welcomed.
    # Refereeing pre-request is to supervise at least three (Master) or (Doctoral) thesis.
    # We elaborate scientific branches mentioned in the about page according to any requests from referees.
    # Referees are responsible to review and approve submitted works in English language and subject fields by filling out this evaluation form.
    # To join with editorial board, Login/Register to this journal and then submit your full academic vitae with your subject fields you are able to review to journal editor (editor@insanbilimleri.com). Please fill completely out all the information asked (such as your bio statement, languages, institution etc.) at user profile page.
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    ©2002 International Journal of Human Sciences (ISSN:1303-5134) is an "Open access journal" that uses a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access. From the BOAI definition of open access, users take the right of read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles.
    Creative Commons License
    # We look forward to work with scholars from all over the world and in any subject fields. All academicians (hold a Ph.D degree) are welcomed.
    # Refereeing pre-request is to supervise at least three (Master) or (Doctoral) thesis.
    # We elaborate scientific branches mentioned in the about page according to any requests from referees.
    # Referees are responsible to review and approve submitted works in English language and subject fields by filling out this evaluation form.
    # To join with editorial board, Login/Register to this journal and then submit your full academic vitae with your subject fields you are able to review to journal editor (editor@insanbilimleri.com). Please fill completely out all the information asked (such as your bio statement, languages, institution etc.) at user profile page.
tab_ras

The Education of English Language Learners: Research to Practice (Review) | TCRecord - 18 views

  • In many ways, this book affirms what seems intuitive, and the cross-cutting themes that surface are not necessarily new. For example, “English Language Development needs to be explicit” seems self-evident and has been discussed in other sources. Where the value of the book lies is in its communication of how much we do in fact know.
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    A comprehensive overview of the book and a brief critical review at the end.
Holly Barlaam

Scienterrific Games - 127 views

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    I love Scienterrific Games. At this site, you'll find a variety of games (board games, card games, etc) to use as review with your students. They are geared more toward high school, but all the typical high school sciences are represented. The owner is a former colleague who is a total inspiration to me. The games are not free, but are VERY reasonably priced. I have used several, and my students LOVE them.
Ms. Nimz

If Students Learn Differently, Why Do Public Schools Only Support One Way? « ... - 66 views

  • true change for the better most often happens in a disruptive manner
  • learning should be tailored to the needs of each individual student
  • learning styles that match the instructor’s teaching style can be a significant factor in developing “smart kids.”
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    "I've been reading the book Disrupting Class by Clayton Christensen recently. While I'm only half-way through the book, it has provided some interesting and thought-provoking ideas about lesson content, pedagogy and individual student needs as they relate to pubic schools."
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    An review that reflects on our different learning styles. Has anybody read this book?
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    Daniel Willingham is a cognitive scientist who wrote a book called "Why Don't Students Like School?" His ideas are supported by science. Clayton Christensen is a business professor His ideas about education are not as well supported.
anonymous

The End - 21 views

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    Tyler Clementi's final hours; Loughner's suicidal act in Arizona. What are we to make of the relationship between violence, education, and the media? What are we to teach?
tab_ras

The use of social networking sites for foreign language learning: An autoethnographic s... - 18 views

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    Despite their spectacular growth in both daily life and mainstream education, little research to date has been conducted concerning the use of social networking sites in foreign language learning. The aim of this study, therefore, is to examine the use of such sites to learn a foreign language. Using an auto-ethnographic approach that included self-aware participation, learner diaries and peer debriefing, we investigated the social networking site Livemocha to study Korean from our perspectives as native speakers and experienced teachers of English. Specifically, we focused our questions on aspects of socio-collaborative principles and practice. Results of a grounded, thematic analysis indicate that the site had number of counter-productive pedagogical impediments to language learning that included, for example, flaws in site design. We conclude our paper with suggestions for improved foreign language learning through social networking sites.
anonymous

Those Loose Ends: On Magic Keys and Fig Leaves - 14 views

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    Cyber-bullying? Anti-bullying? What do these terms mean? Can 2.0 problems be solved with legislative tools from the 1.0 world? 
anonymous

Now Things Get Complicated: The Calculus of Desire - 34 views

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    Video chatting, tweeting, gated discussion threads: the illusion of privacy and the reality of vulnerability of young college students handed the powers of Web 2.0.
anonymous

This Blog Entry Has Been Rated NSFW - 47 views

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    In the web 2.0 world, there's only one rating for content--and it's self-imposed: Not Safe For Work. What can we learn about our students' viewing culture from this rating system?
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.
anonymous

Let's Go to Court:One-Point-Oh Responses to a 2.0 Reality - 55 views

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    The 1.0 world seeks fault; the 2.0 world allows for collaboration across time and space.

    How do you determine agency in the 2.0 world?
anonymous

Virtual Communities and Embodied Realities: Public Displays, Before and After the End o... - 24 views

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    What's the future of privacy in the Web 2.0 world? Community? Protest? Reflections on the aftermath of Tyler Clementi's suicide and the end of Don't Ask Don' Tell
Rob Weston

Educational Technology Timeline | View timeline - 101 views

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    Timeline showing the progress of educational technology throughout the ages.
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