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The Tempered Radical: An Interview on Readicide with Kelly Gallagher - 45 views

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    about the discussion on VoiceThread with Kelly Gallagher, author of Readicide.
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Who Are You Online? Considering Issues of Web Identity - NYTimes.com - 90 views

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    "NY Times writers collaborated with the Common Sense Media writer Kelly Schryver to focus on the increasingly important and nuanced question "Who Are You Online?" Times and Learning Network content as well as offerings from Common Sense Media's K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum for teaching and learning about this complex issue." Lots of avenues to take this material in working with students.
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    Kelly Schryver presents a variety of links related to this topic, in collaboration with Common Sense Media.  Could be useful for student consideration.
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iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » Bloom's Taxonomy: Bloomin' Peacock - 115 views

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    Digital Age Blooms Taxonomy along with Web 2.0 tools per Blooms level via Kelly Tenkely on Twitter.
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Skype in Schools - 122 views

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    Kelly Hines
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    skype in schools livebinder
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Why Google+ Could be a Game-Changer in Higher Education - Century College Marketing Pro... - 86 views

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    Stephen Kelly is an innovative thinker about online learning potential with social media. 
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Youtube can do that?! - 71 views

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    This page by Kelly Fitzgerald, teacher, has a few good step by step presentations on different ways you can use Youtube - from uploading videos and creating playlists, to making slide presentations with music.
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Calls from Washington for streamlined regulation and emerging models | Inside Higher Ed - 0 views

  • more of online “innovations” like competency-based education.
  • reauthorization of the Higher Education Act might shake out.
  • flow of federal financial aid to a wide range of course providers, some of which look nothing like colleges.
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  • give state regulators a new option to either act as accreditors or create their own accreditation systems.
  • “States could accredit online courses, or hybrid models with elements on- and off-campus.”
  • any new money for those emerging models would likely come out of the coffers of traditional colleges.
  • cut back on red tape that prevents colleges from experimenting with ways to cut prices and boost student learning.
  • decentralized, more streamlined form of accreditation.
  • regional accreditors are doing a fairly good job. They are under enormous pressure to keep “bad actors” at bay while also encouraging experimentation. And he said accreditors usually get it right.
  • Andrew Kelly, however, likes Lee’s idea. Kelly, who is director of the American Enterprise Institute’s Center on Higher Education Reform, said it would create a credible alternative to the existing accreditation system, which the bill would leave intact.
  • eliminating bureaucracy in higher education regulation is a top priority
  • “Accreditation could also be available to specialized programs, individual courses, apprenticeships, professional credentialing and even competency-based tests,”
  • “The gateway to education reform is education oversight reform,”
  • broad, bipartisan agreement that federal aid policies have not kept pace with new approaches to higher education.
  • expansion of competency-based education. And he said the federal rules governing financial aid make it hard for colleges to go big with those programs.
  • accreditors is that they favor the status quo, in part because they are membership organizations of academics that essentially practice self-regulation.
  • “The technology has reached the point where it really can improve learning,” he said, adding that “it can lower the costs.”
  • changes to the existing accreditation system that might make it easier for competency-based and other emerging forms of online education to spread.
  • offering competency-based degrees through a process called direct assessment, which is completely de-coupled from the credit-hour standard.
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iPads in Education - Exploring the use of iPads and mobile devices in education. - 187 views

  • How does the releaseof iOS 5 impact you? Multitouch gestures, Notification Center, an upgraded Safari browser, Newstand and more. iOS 5 comes with over 200 new features. Which ones will you use most - both personally and professionally? Share your opinions... News & Views Videos Using an iPad as a Document Camera Added by Sam Gliksman0 Comments 0 Likes First Look: Apple's iOS 5 Added by Sam Gliksman0 Comments 0 Likes Impromptu Field Trip Added by Skip Via0 Comments 0 Likes Add Videos View All xg.addOnRequire(function () { x$('.module_video').mouseover(function () { x$(this).find('.video-facebook-share').show(); }) .mouseout(function () { x$(this).find('.video-facebook-share').hide(); }); }); #iPadEd on Twitter Use the hashtag #iPadEd to tweet with network members // iPads in Education Tweets SamGliksman RT @kcalderw: Last call for participants for an iPad in Edu survey for Masters class. Looking for teachers who use them. #ipadchat #ipaded4 hours ago · reply · retweet · favorite buddyxo Coding on the iPad: http://t.co/J55XxcXl. Looki
  • Finally, the goal of this community is to promote innovation in education through the use of technology. The site is not sponsored by Apple nor does it endorse the use of any specific technology or product.
  • Finally, the goal of this community is to promote innovation in education through the use of technology. The site is not sponsored by Apple nor does it endorse the use of any specific technology or product.
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  • Tablet computing and mobile devices promise to have a dramatic impact on education. This Ning network was created to explore ways iPads and other portable devices could be used to re-structure and re-imagine the processes of education.
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    EXCELLENT SITE!
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    Lists of apps for k-6, teachers and parents
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Home-Schooling for the Techno-Literate - NYTimes.com - 101 views

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      I love this list of advice for technology
  • Before you can master a device, program or invention, it will be superseded; you will always be a beginner. Get good at it.
    • Susan High
       
      I think this applies to most anything today, and it's a powerful lesson: The power is not in learning content, but in learning how to learn! Love the idea of "get good at being a beginner!" Thanks for the article!
  • “You have to teach the student — that’s me — not only to learn stuff but to learn how to learn.”
    • Casey Finnerty
       
      What an insight!
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Reading Approaches and Elements - 63 views

    • Whitney Clodfelter
       
      Different way of looking at independent reading time.
  • Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson, is our anchor text for a unit of study examining the archetypal hero’s journey, which speaks to teenagers’ process of self-discovery (Campbell 1972). It is also the book I am using to teach students how to question and visualize. Our essential question is, “How do trials in our journey through high school shape us?” We use that question as we talk about Speak and our own high school lives.
  • Kelly Gallagher notes in Deeper Reading, “if we simply assign reading instead of teaching students how to read, we’ll get poor reading” (2004, 7).
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