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Martin Burrett

VideoJug - Education - 106 views

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    A video sharing website that has a good collection of school subject videos to choose from.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Video%2C+animation%2C+film+%26+Webcams
Martin Burrett

Teaching Videos - 178 views

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    A collection of cross curricular videos for teachers to use in class. The videos are sourced from many sites, including YouTube, Teacher.tv and many more.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Video%2C+animation%2C+film+%26+Webcams
Martin Burrett

Amazon Cloud Drive - 52 views

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    Store up to 5GB of any type of file online for free with Amazon.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Kalin Wilburn

DROPitTOme - Securely receive files from anyone to your Dropbox - 143 views

    • Kalin Wilburn
       
      This nifty site allows you to receive files from anyone to your personal Dropbox. No more passing papers around you can simply "drop" them into your Dropbox.
    • Dedra S
       
      LOVE iT
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    I use this in my classroom constantly for students to turn in assignments. It's helped move my classroom to 75% paperless. I love it.
Michael Mitchell

Home | MIT + K12 - 78 views

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    MIT+K12 Project. MIT students produce learning resources and activities for K-12 students.
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    MIT-created site that uses student-created videos to explain complex science and engineering topics to k-12 students.
Bob Rowan

12 Reasons to Get Your School District Tweeting This Summer | Edutopia - 63 views

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    Primarily written to encourage schools to share information via Twitter, but also contains suggestions of how teachers can benefit (and fwiw, I found the article from one of the people I follow on Twitter)
Bob Rowan

Should Students Evaluate Their Teachers? | Edutopia - 66 views

  • online survey of 1,883 students from 10 European countries
  • what the students expect
  • what they experience from their instructors
  • ...21 more annotations...
  • looked at three characteristics
  • personality
  • classroom environment
  • teaching style
  • gap of 35 percent between what students expected and what professors were able to deliver
  • professors did best at being "confident" and "rational"
  • worst at being "inspiring"
  • wanted inspiring teachers that are approachable
  • clear idea of student requirements
  • good communicators
  • be alert to struggling students
  • student evaluations prove to be the most effective at providing specific information for formative evaluations
  • should be an important part of teacher evaluations
  • Informally, teachers are graded all the time
  • you could administer a formal climate survey
  • At the end of every test or quiz, put in a few non-graded questions
  • What did you like most about learning this topic
  • What was most difficult
  • could the teacher have done a better job
  • What would you recommend to improve this course? What do you want to see more of in this class? Less of?"
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    The author reflects on student evaluations, citing a study that asked students what they expect from their professors (also talks about how it applies to K-12 schools)
Becky Roehrs

Google-Good to Know :: E-learning Examples - 69 views

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    Good to Know Google's tips for staying safe and protecting data online. View the interactive graphic (Via One Angry Blackman) More Multimedia Examples:Selling You on Facebook - WSJ [Before & After] Interactive case studies Google Doodle: Les Paul Gibson Guitar
Bob Rowan

Cloth Addiction: the microfiber cloth that has changed my life | ZDNet - 65 views

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    suggested as good cleaning cloth for ipads or other electronic devices
Randolph Hollingsworth

K12 Inc., Virginia-based virtual schools operator, reports third quarter growth - Washi... - 0 views

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    record growth in profits (from failing public schools and from charter schools) despite bad NYT press and class-action lawsuit by stakeholders
Josh Flores

Trends in Education: How They Come and Go | Edutopia - 3 views

    • Josh Flores
       
      List of bandwagons
  • mastery learning, portfolio assessment, cooperative classroom structures, technology integration, backward design, multimedia projects, personal learning paths, authentic task development and, most recently, differentiated instruction and integrated curriculum
Jill Hanson

Search Education - Google - 94 views

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    Materials on this site help students become better at searching for things on Google.
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    Web search can be a remarkable tool for students, and a bit of instruction in how to search for academic sources will help your students become critical thinkers and independent learners. With the materials on this site, you can help your students become skilled searchers- whether they're just starting out with search, or ready for more advanced training.
Brianna Crowley

Education Week: It's Time for a New Kind of High School - 29 views

  • We need to tear apart the school day, the high school timetable, the school year, the four-year diploma. We need to rethink credit- and diploma-awarding authority, which need not be the sole purview of the high school.
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    Food for thought on Educational Reform, however, not a great amount of practical first steps. Similarly, I am skeptical of some of the suggestions that private industry can do education better than public-provided. 
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    I am currently in private education, although I have taught in both. I believe that the school I am at is highly effective in their schooling, but could benefit from these reforms. That being said, I am not sold on the idea that private is better than public, especially as a universal idea ( ie All private education is better than public education). On th other hand I do see it being easier for private education to take on some of these challenges for reform.
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