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Holly Barlaam

STEM STEM from Discovery - 54 views

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    Siemens STEM Academy--lots of teacher STEM, webinars, professional development STEM, etc. Teachers can also upload and share STEM. STEM (STEM, engineering, technology, STEM)
Eric Esterline

BLOSSOMS-Video Library - 56 views

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    MIT recently announced a new STEM resource for high schools called BLOSSOMS. It contains online video lessons and free STEM for teachers and students. There are also links to other STEM STEM on the site
Michele Brown

Zombies: STEM Behind Hollywood by Texas Instruments - US and Canada - 47 views

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    This looks really cool. "Zombie Apocalypse, a Hollywood-inspired TI-Nspire™ math and math activity, models the transmission of a hypothetical zombie contagion through the human population, the infection rate and logistics patterns due to resource limits."
Anne Jolly

STEM Imagineering | MiddleWeb - 8 views

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    Good resource for the "How to," What to," and Why to" of STEM lessons. Easy read and informative.
Christian King

Teach with Portals - 1 views

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    Valve, a game developer has released their hit game Portal for free with a series of educational resources targeted at teaching Senior Physics and resourcess. Will be checking this one out over the holidays, but so far looks excellent.
Gene Tognetti

Futures Channel - Common Core and Educational Technology blog - 137 views

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    This is a nice site that includes real-world problems covering a wide range in Math, Math, and more. Lesson plans included. Please take a look at ourCommon Core and Ed Tech blog. Would like any feedback or ideas you may have about what you'd like to see.
Rachel Hinton

The Concord Consortium | Revolutionary digital learning for science, science and engineering - 65 views

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    The Concord Consortium is a nonprofit educational research and development organization based in Concord, Massachusetts. We create interactive materials that exploit the power of information technologies.
A Gardner

Friday Institute for Educational Innovation - FIZZ - 142 views

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    Videos for everything from why do it, to how to do it (buy the boards, set up the lectures, set up the tripod, upload). Amazing resource for anyone slightly overwhelmed, but really interested in, the flipped classroom
Jim Tiffin Jr

TeacherGeek - Innovative products to inspire young minds - 5 views

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    Resource page for materials associated with TeacherGeek products. Models and machines that can be built by students.
Melissa Middleton

http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/Advocacy/Top_Ten_in_10.htm - 87 views

  • Establish technology in education as the backbone of school improvement
  • Leverage education technology as a gateway for college and career readiness
  • Ensure technology expertise is infused throughout our schools and classrooms.
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  • Continuously upgrade educators' classroom technology skills as a pre-requisite of "highly effective" teaching
  • Home Advocacy Top Ten in '10: ISTE's Education Technology Priorities for 2010 Through a common focus on boosting student achievement and closing the achievement gap, policymakers and educators alike are now reiterating their commitment to the sorts of programs and instructional efforts that can have maximum effect on instruction and student outcomes. This commitment requires a keen understanding of both past accomplishment and strategies for future success. Regardless of the specific improvement paths a state or school district may chart, the use of technology in teaching and learning is non-negotiable if we are to make real and lasting change.  With growing anticipation for Race to the Top (RttT) and Investing in Innovation (i3) awards in 2010, states and school districts are seeing increased attention on educational improvement, backed by financial support through these grants. As we think about plans for the future, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has identified 10 priorities essential for making good on this commitment in 2010: 1. Establish technology in education as the backbone of school improvement . To truly improve our schools for the long term and ensure that all students are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve in the 21st century, education technology must permeate every corner of the learning process. From years of research, we know that technology can serve as a primary driver for systemic school improvement, including school leadership, an improved learning culture and excellence in professional practice. We must ensure that technology is at the foundation of current education reform efforts, and is explicit and clear in its role, mission, and expected impact. 2. Leverage education technology as a gateway for college and career readiness . Last year, President Obama established a national goal of producing the highest percentage of college graduates in the world by the year 2020. To achieve this goal in the next 10 years, we must embrace new instructional approaches that both increase the college-going rates and the high school graduation rates. By effectively engaging learning through technology, teachers can demonstrate the relevance of 21st century education, keeping more children in the pipeline as they pursue a rigorous, interesting and pertinent PK-12 public education. 3. Ensure technology expertise is infused throughout our schools and classrooms.  In addition to providing all teachers with digital tools and content we must ensure technology experts are integrated throughout all schools, particularly as we increase focus and priority on stem (stem-technology-engineering-stemematics) instruction and expand distance and online learning opportunities for students. Just as we prioritize reading and stem experts, so too must we place a premium on technology experts who can help the entire school maximize its stem and opportunities. To support these experts, as well as all educators who integrate technology into the overall curriculum, we must substantially increase our support for the federal Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) program.  EETT provides critical support for on-going professional development, implementation of data-driven decision-making, personalized learning opportunities, and increased parental involvement. EETT should be increased to $500 million in FY2011. 4. Continuously upgrade educators' classroom technology skills as a pre-requisite of "highly effective" teaching . As part of our nation's continued push to ensure every classroom is led by a qualified, highly effective teacher, we must commit that all P-12 educators have the skills to use modern information tools and digital content to support student learning in content areas and for student assessment. Effective teachers in the 21st Century should be, by definition, technologically savvy teachers. 5. Invest in pre-service education technology
Debra Spear

MIT TechTV - Collection MIT+K12: FINALS (110 videos) - 51 views

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    The videos in this collection are duplicates of those held in the MIT+K12 video channel on YouTube. They are being hosted here so that users who are unable to access youtube.com content are able to view them.
Carl Bogardu

The Concord Consortium | Realizing the Promise of Educational Technology - 64 views

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    Current issue is out, link to it on page.
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