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Elizabeth Resnick

InCtrl - 43 views

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    Teaching Digital citizenship. 7 topics. They give specific examples of ways to integrate digital citizenship lessons into all content area!
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    Teaching Digital citizenship. 7 topics. They give specific examples of ways to integrate digital citizenship lessons into all content area!
Elizabeth Resnick

Flipgrid. - 104 views

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    "Flipgrid is simple.
    Teachers create grids of short discussion-style questions that students respond to through recorded videos. Flipgrid boosts community and social presence in face-to-face, hybrid, and online classrooms." 7th English teacher loves this!
Elizabeth Resnick

Microsoft Research Image Composite Editor (ICE) - 22 views

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    Windows only.  Advanced panoramic image stitcher.
Elizabeth Resnick

Stoodle - 79 views

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    Features: 
    - Real-time collaboration on a virtual whiteboard with infinite pages 
    - Real-time communication through voice conferencing and text chat 
    - Permanent storage of all classrooms for later access 
    - Support for image uploading 
    - Access to basic drawing tools and colors
Elizabeth Resnick

All you need to get started | EdCafes in the Classroom - 90 views

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    Brilliant idea.
Elizabeth Resnick

Search Results | Project Based Learning | BIE - 6 views

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    Tons of PBL projects
Elizabeth Resnick

Presentation Ideas, Tips, and Case Studies | The Haiku Deck Blog - 51 views

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    Favorite presentation app: Haiku Deck.  This page gives info. about creative commons images and attribution.
Elizabeth Resnick

Looking For Real-World Math Problems? Try Google Earth! | MindShift - 3 views

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     Real World Math, a free website with lessons based on Google Earth aimed at grades 5 - 10. 
Elizabeth Resnick

iOS 7 Leaves Older iPhones And iPads Out Of The Fun | TechCrunch - 82 views

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    Includes chart with iOS 7 compatibility with current apple devices
Elizabeth Resnick

Get Over It! | Langwitches Blog - 38 views

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    Great article on how pedagogy has shifted and the emergence of modern skills and literacies.  
    Dr. Gil Perl:" It's the teacher - whether new to the profession or seasoned veteran - who recognizes that the world is changing and that teachers ought to be on the forefront of understanding that change. It's the teacher who has a burning desire to learn more and do more, while being open to reflection and redirection. It's the teacher who encourages his students to take intellectual and emotional risks and models such by extending himself beyond his own comfort zone. It's the educator who embraces the idea that her job is not to teach, but to help students learn"
Elizabeth Resnick

Don't plan for technology; plan for learning | eSchool News - 119 views

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    learning design facilitator.  What information do we need? Make thinking visible.  Pedagogy.  Right information at the right time.  Shift learning process to students.
Elizabeth Resnick

Project Based Learning, Session 1 | Class Notes - 94 views

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    teaching project based learning to teachers.  Includes common craft video, core pieces of PBL, understanding by design lesson template, unit design before and after.
Elizabeth Resnick

Video: "The Future Will Not be Multiple Choice" | MindShift - 4 views

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    TED talk on Design in Education and the future of education
Elizabeth Resnick

Better Teaching: Why You Bore Students & What You Can Do About It - 10 views

  • Changes in voice, appearance, marking key points in color, variation in font size, hats, movement, lessons outdoors, music, curious photos, unexpected objects (a radish on each desk when students enter the classroom) get the RAS attentive to admit the accompanying sensory input of lessons that relates to the curious sensory input!
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    written by a neurologist and teacher
Elizabeth Resnick

How Educators and Schools Can Make the Most of Google Hangouts | Edutopia - 167 views

  • Imagine a teacher holding "office hours" once a week in the evenings for students who need extra help.
  • . If your students are working on a project and are stuck on a particular section or concept, you can connect them with an expert to help them through it.
  • This is where Hangouts can aid in connecting people without the need for travel.
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