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victoria waddle

Why Do We Need Teacher Librarians? - 45 views

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    Discusses how credentialed teacher librarians make a difference in students' lives and in their information literacy (including their ability to use technology ethically and educationally).
psmiley

Every Child Needs a Teacher to Learn [INFOGRAPHIC] | Education for All Blog | Global Pa... - 77 views

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    Teacher Education
A Gardner

Teaching like it's 2999: Don't Trust Conference Presenters: The Teacher Behind the Curtain - 100 views

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    Conference presenter discussing 'phony' characteristics of presentations (hers included): the tendency to not share what failed alongside the success and the need to do both
Philip Pulley

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: A New Workflow for Me: Ipad, Keyboard, iPhone - 1 views

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      Using Splashtop streamer at school, it both computer (laptop) and iPad are on the same wireless network you can control the computer from your iPad. If a hard wired internet connection on a desktop you can access it though your Google account.
  • I finished this post on my PC in the office because the Zemanta plug in
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      A blogging tag tool, I need to check it out down the road when I am blogging more.
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  • and used the PowerTeacher
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    Blog with resource information for iPad, iPhone and iPad keyboard.
Liz Eckert

PhotoPin - Free Photos for Bloggers via Creative Commons - 199 views

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    Photo Pin is a new website offering images that can be re-used for blog entries, video productions, slideshows, and print media. Photo Pin uses a combination of Flickr's API for Creative Commons search and Fotolia's image library to serve-up royalty-free images. The search results page on Photo Pin clearly delineates between images that are free to use and images that you have to purchase. Applications for Education If you're looking for a new way to find Creative Commons-licensed images for yourself or your students, Photo Pin could be a good option for you. I like that Photo Pin offers a clear reminder to users that they must correctly link to the sources of the images that they choose to use.
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    Search Creative Commons photos adn attribute them for your blog or website easily
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    useful for creative commons images - free and subscription based but none free ones usually have sponsored across the corner of the thumbnail
Roland Gesthuizen

iPad in every TEACHER'S hand | Opening Doors and Turning On Lights - 123 views

  • he portability of the iPad means that I can easily take this to meet with my colleagues or administration and not have to worry about hauling a laptop and cords around with me.
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    I have been in on conversations about the validity and affordability of setting up every student with an iPad or other tablets. I always have advocated for devices like these in the classroom, the ones our students will be using in their near futures (or for many, right now!). What I noticed the more I played with it was that it really could serve teachers in a large number of ways.
Rick Merritt

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: 10 Ways to be a Terrible Teacher - 229 views

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      I love this comment. You cannot put 100 percent into more than one thing at a time.
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    Certainly makes you stop and think.
A Gardner

Teacher Experience Exchange - Navigating the curated human network - 34 views

  • If I can get overloaded with a flood of daily content, how can I expect students to cope?
  • To add to this, I believe students (and all of us for that matter) need help managing social media and making it productive, not overwhelming.
Chris Betcher

Education Week Teacher: My Students Help Assess My Teaching - 56 views

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    I wanted to show them that I was committed to becoming a better teacher and also to model for them the value of being open to constructive criticism of the work we do.
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    What a great example of being a life long learner and what respect you showed your students by involving them in this process.
Elizabeth Huck

Teacher Challenge - 71 views

  • Teacher Challenge Blog! 30 Day Free Professional Development Topics change with each challenge Collaborate with educators from all over the globe
Holly Barlaam

Science Fix - 91 views

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    Lots of Science demonstrations aimed at Middle School
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    Science Fix I is a teacher blog created by a middle school science teacher to share their favorite demos done in class. Some cool useful videos here (examples include activation energy, water electrolysis, flaming gummy worm, Newton's 3rd law, etc)
Holly Barlaam

Best Teacher Blogs - 110 views

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    A list of the "best" teacher blogs
Roland Gesthuizen

Out-of-tune plans should hit a shorter note - News - TES Connect - 47 views

  • All an experienced teacher needs is one big plan and short prompts for lessons
  • Far from being scientific, as the word "evidence" implies, this faith in the written plan is almost superstitious
  • Teaching has become a plan-centred profession. The things you do are only validated by written evidence that you intended to do them. It makes no sense, yet is widely accepted
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  • Respond to the child, not the plan.
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    "If I could have your detailed lesson plans for next week, that would be great. Thanks!" Why? We plan too much. Long-term plans, in-depth plans, planning per week, per lesson, per pupil. Yet we work with unpredictable children, so we revise our plans because the lesson didn't go according to plan.
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