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Judy Imus

My Library - 2 views

    World History - Enlightened thinkers
BalancEd Tech

Birmingham Covington: Building a Student-Centered School | Edutopia - 41 views

    Learn more about Thinkering Studio here:
Sarah Horrigan

Learning Without Frontiers - 7 views

  • Learning Without Frontiers is a global platform for disruptive thinkers and practitioners from the education, digital media, technology and entertainment sectors who come together to explore how new disruptive technologies can drive radical efficiencies and improvements in learning whilst providing equality of access.
    Learning Without Frontiers is a global platform for disruptive thinkers, innovators and practitioners to share knowledge, ideas and experiences about new learning
Dallas McPheeters

Digital education resource and library for researchers and students - Cyborg Anthropology - 33 views

    Good resource for understanding the differences between past generations and future thinkers of the CyGen'ers.
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

TED: Ideas worth spreading - 0 views

    TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is an invitation-only event where the world's leading thinkers and doers gather to find inspiration. Initially an annual conference, the scope of TED has expanded to include a bi-annual global conference, a humanitarian prize, and free audio/video podcasts of extraordinary talks.
Jon Tanner

What's the point of media specialists...? on School Library Journal - 49 views

    "Joyce Valenza Ph.D On the librarian: What's the point . . ? The Twitter conversation April 30, 2009 @karlfisch: What's the point of having a media specialist if they aren't specialists in the media forms of the day? I was nearly finished copying and pasting, figuring out how best to post Tuesday's Twitter conversation, when I discovered that Karl Fisch (@karlfisch), who kinda started it all, already took care of that. (You likely know of Karl's very popular and provocative videos.) I am still not sure how best to frame this conversation on the place of the information/media specialist in today's school. What is clear is that a lot of smart people--people who are out there teaching, speaking, moving, and shaking--are disappointed in what they see when they see school librarians. Either we have a perception problem or we need to do some serious retooling. I'd say we have to deal with both. In a hurry. Being an information (or media) specialist today means being an expert in how information and media flow TODAY! It is about knowing how information and media are created and communicated. How to evalute, synthesize, and ethically use information and media in all their varied forms. It is about being able to communicate knowlege in new ways for new audiences using powerful new information and communication tools. Forgive me if it hurts. In my mind, if you are not an expert in new information and communication tools, you are NOT a media specialist for today. Tuesday's conversation happened in the open, on Twitter. We need to be aware that these conversations are happening where we cannot hear them--at conferences, at Board and cabinet meetings. We also need to make sure that our voices are heard and that we hear the voices of others in places like Twitter, where so many educational leaders and thinkers are chatting about us and many other things. I've selected the remarks that resonated loudest for me. (I've shuffled a bit, but you can visit Karl'
Bernadette Roche

Seminars About Long-term Thinking - The Long Now - 49 views

    The Long Now Foundation has some great talks by deep thinkers (the one I assigned to my class was on Deep Agriculture by Michael Pollan, from 2009).
Siri Anderson

Why Google+ Could be a Game-Changer in Higher Education - Century College Marketing Program Blog - 86 views

    Stephen Kelly is an innovative thinker about online learning potential with social media. 
Marc Patton

Welcome to Children's Literacy Initiative | Children's Literacy Initiative - Serving Pre-k through 3rd grade educators since 1988 - 1 views

    Children's Literacy Initiative (CLI) is a non-profit that works with teachers to transform instruction so that children can become powerful readers, writers, and thinkers.
Dan French

Vermont Put Their Children First…Why Didn't Connecticut? - Wait, What? - 55 views

    From one of the comments: "Go Vermont!! I've always said there are 49 states...and then there's Vermont! They're such independent thinkers.  They care and watch out for everyone, including children...and teachers. And have 2 great senators to boot. My daughter's certified to teach there; maybe she should move for her sanity."
Kelvin Thompson

Streams of Content, Limited Attention: The Flow of Information through Social Media - 0 views

    danah body (she prefers lowercase.) is a highly regarded thinker on all things internet. In this piece she addresses the dynamics involved in being connected to networked information.
BalancEd Tech

BalancEdTech - Thinkering Studio - 8 views

  • Thinkering Studio is a collaborative space/time/studio/project/class for students to:
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BalancEd Tech

BalancEdTech - Thinkering Studio - Project Proposal - 36 views

    20% Time GeniusHour Blue Sky Self-Directed Learning Project proposal form for student's self-directed projects
Mark Gleeson

cognitive acceleration | DEVELOPING CHILDREN'S THINKING - 46 views

    Welcome to the Let's Think (Cognitive Acceleration) website. The Let's Think project draws on over 25 years of research by academics and teacher practitioners. It offers a fresh approach to teaching English, Mathematics, Science (and other subjects) that has a proven impact on students' development as thinkers. Let's Think has several published resources from Foundation Stage to KS3 in a range of curriculum areas.
Donal O' Mahony

There is something about Twitter… - 21 views

    Some thoughts on the nature of Twitter - It is always reactive OR sometimes a means of strengthening relationships? Written for Twitter Thinkers .
Andrew McCluskey

What Should We Be Worried About In 2013? : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR - 48 views

    "Every year poses an Annual Question to dozens of scholars, scientists, writers, artists and thinkers. The respondents this year include the reasonably famous, such as Arianna Huffington, Steven Pinker, Brian Eno, Daniel Dennet, Sam Harris and 13.7's own Stuart Kauffman, as well as the not so famous (like me). "The 2013 question is: "What should we be worried about?" Respondents were urged to raise worries that aren't already on the public radar, or to dispel those that are" (Lombardo, NPR)
Adrienne Schroeder

Project Zero: Current Projects - 49 views

    Harvard team of educational thinkers and innovators whose principal inventories include researching beliefs, attitudes, policy, and how to make change
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