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Glenda Baker

Google Jockeys in the Classroom | Powerful Learning Practice - 78 views

  • “somebody who answers a question asked by a teacher, friend, etc by typing the question into Google or another search engine and belting out the first thing they see. Can be done on the phone, in class, etc
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    Google Jockey - use it as a verb or noun - it is a great way to involve students in supporting class discussion.
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Using ePortfolios as a reflective teaching tool - Case study | LTTO Episodes | COFA Onl... - 131 views

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    Using ePortfolios as a reflective teaching tool - Case study
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    Tried to search for an ePortfolio platform for some time now..... sadly, can't fond one that's catered to University students. Anyone know of a good one? e.g. Open platform (web accessible? able to store Google docs) and not proprietary.
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    Kevin - have you looked at Myportfolio? It uses an Open source software engine (Mahara) and the web-based option gives you a free account with 100 student accounts to try it out, but the annual subscription rates are very reasonable, as well you can install your own instance of Mahara on a Linux server and run it in-house if you wish.
SJCNY Trainers

SMART Board Revolution - A Revolution in Education - 121 views

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    Extensive site for educators and users of SMART Boards. Currently over 10,000 members. A little something for everyone.
Holly Gerla

Supplementing Textbooks with Student Constructed Knowledge Bases | 1 to 1 Schools - 4 views

  • While the eTextBooks initiative is a wonderful stride forward from our old paper textbooks it’s still essentially a re-constituted content delivery system that wasn’t designed or intended to change the one-way process of educational exchanges.
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    While the eTextBooks initiative is a wonderful stride forward from our old paper textbooks it's still essentially a re-constituted content delivery system that wasn't designed or intended to change the one-way process of educational exchanges.
Kim Loisel

Attention | Brain Rules | - 5 views

  • When you’re always online you’re always distracted.
Doug Henry

Best Portable Apps - 6 views

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    Handy collection of "portable" apps (not mobile) that you should have on the go - you can carry them on a thumb drive, for instance.
Gerald Carey

TIMES Modules - 115 views

    • These modules are prepared by AMSI as part of The Improving Mathematics Education in Schools (TIMES) Project.

      The modules are organised under the strand titles of the Australian Curriculum.

      • Number and Algebra
      • Measurement and Geometry
      • Statistics and Probability
      The modules are written for teachers. Each module contains a discussion of a component of the mathematics curriculum from early primary up to the end of Year 10. There are exercises that teachers may wish to undertake – answers are given at the end of the module and often screencasts giving a solution are linked and indicated by an icon.
Sandra Campbell

EBSCOhost: Teaching Students to Think in the Digital Environment: Digital Literacy and... - 13 views

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    Teaching students to think in the digital environment
Sandra Campbell

International Association of School Librarianship - IASL - 5 views

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    Information skills  resources on the internet
Bruce Gurnick

A Model of Learning Objectives - 14 views

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    (clarifying, paraphrasing, representing, translating) (concluding, extrapolating, interpolating, predicting) (discriminating, distinguishing, focusing, selecting) (finding coherence, integrating, outlining, parsing, structuring) (coordinating, detecting, monitoring, testing)
meldar

» At Star Wars Elementary School I know this much is true. - 123 views

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    View the slideshare at the end, it shows RtI and PLC in a manner anyone over the age of 10 can understand! :)
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