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Mark Barnes

Learn It In 5 - Scoop.it - 11 views

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    Teachers, students can create online magazine with Scoop.it The magazine creation web site, Scoop.it, allows teachers and students to easily become curators of information on a variety of topics. Name your topic, decide where you want Scoop.it to look for content -- Twitter, Google+, YouTube and others -- and Scoop.it does the rest.
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    Also need to include a more extensive concept of digital curation - the idea of adding value by your comments and evaluation of recommended resources, not just collecting a whole bunch of stuff. There are a whole bunch of blogs e.g. http://d20innovation.d20blogs.org/2012/07/07/understanding-content-curation/ and scoop.it pages on this topic e.g. http://www.scoop.it/t/digital-curation-for-teachers
Bob Rowan

Top Tools 2011 C4LPT - 6 views

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    List of Top 100 Tools for Learning from Centre Fore Learning & Performance Technologies; decent summary of technology in education trends, shared by Sue Van Den Acre, via Magi Koch
Bob Rowan

VIDEO: Fantastic word cloud creator - Tagxedo - 90 views

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    Video shows an example of how to create word clouds using tagxedo, from HP Teacher Experience Exchange
A Gardner

Home - New Tools - LibGuides at Springfield Township High School - 126 views

    • A Gardner
       
      Amazing resources; every tool, blog, whatever can be accessed from here; like 6 degrees of separation!
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    Everything Web 2.0
Bob Rowan

Te@ch Me: Building your own PLN with Twitter - 55 views

  • Personal Learning Network (PLN).
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    suggested via Twitter during PETE&C 2011
Ann Steckel

Social Bookmarking with Diigo - Derek Bruff - 116 views

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    Good example of a teacher's observations about starting to use Diigo for social bookmarking
Dallas McPheeters

Ed/ITLib Digital Library → Learning as Community Service: Thinking with New M... - 38 views

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    Imagine the impact on personal identity of students when they are able to reach beyond the classroom as potential change agents.
Bob Rowan

Listphile - 60 views

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    create collaborative lists, atlases, and databases
Bob Rowan

Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: Tips for Twitter Trainers... - 25 views

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    subtitled: Tips for Twitter Trainers
Danielle Hicks

The Innovative Educator: Engage Your Future Students Today with Flashforward - 101 views

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    Link for ideas to connect to TV show FlashForward
Bob Rowan

Weblogg-ed - 2 views

  • no better place for my children to watch that speech (or any other, for that matter) than in a place where ideas are encouraged, where critical thinking about those ideas is a natural part of the conversation, and where appropriate response and debate can flourish. Where the adults in the room lead my kids to dig deeper, to validate facts, and consider the many levels of context in which every speech and every debate takes place. Where the discussion around it is such that it lays to rest the concern that many seem to have about this particular speech in general, that in some way the President will be able to “indoctrinate” our kids into some socialist mindset. If schools are the fully functioning learning communities that we hope they are, they should be the place where our kids learn to make sense of ideas, not to fear them. That, however, is not the message we are sending.
    • C Clausen
       
      Isn't it ironic that the very things that we fought for and received via the US Constitution, Civil Rights, etc. are the very things that students are today losing? As an American History teacher I talk about the past, present, and future and show my students how things have/have not changed throughout time. I begin the year by reading the "True Story of the 3 Little Pigs," and talk about J.S. Mill and his challenge to others to question. Is society truly against the educating of its students to have an open-mind, ask questions, and look at many perspectives?
  • In the midst of all of the “uproar” over the President’s planned speech to school kids on Tuesday, I keep thinking about what all of this says about schools, about what they are for, and about the perception that a lot of people in this country have of them.
    • Michelle Ohanian
       
      My English Language Learners were very positive about the speech and couldn't understand all the uproar. Aren't we teaching in government funded schools? Well my young adults liked the message of responsibilty. I have also taught the true story of the 3 little pigs but my ELLs weren/t really familiar with the original version. It helped with point of view from the orignal version.
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    Education Speech
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    Education Speech
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    Will Richardson is Mr. Utopian Education to a lot of people. Even if you don't agree with everything he says, most folks agree that he offers thought-provoking topics.
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