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Nik Peachey

Tools for Learners | Scoop.it - 46 views

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    A collection of online tools for learners.
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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Allison Burrell

Tammy's Technology Tips for Teachers - 17 views

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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Reynold Redekopp

ITSC - 12 views

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    ITSC conference sponsored by OETC - held in Feb in Portland Oregon
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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Denis S

Be a "Know-It-All" with these FREE educational resources! - 16 views

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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Fred Delventhal

Welcome to The George Lucas Educational Foundation's Professional-Development Modules H... - 0 views

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    These free instructional modules were developed by education faculty and professional developers for their colleagues. They can be employed as extension units in existing courses or can be used independently in workshops and meetings.
Natalie Lafferty

A Conversation on Learning ~ Stephen's Web ~ by Stephen Downes - 0 views

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    Stephen Downes in conversation on learning in Sydney, Australia March 2009
Jeff Johnson

Classroom Technology 'Woefully Inadequate,' Study Finds : June 2008 : THE Journal - 0 views

  • Educators are, in large part, bullish on the role technology can play in improving student outcomes. But too large a percentage of them aren't receiving adequate training in the areas that matter most: instructional software, technology integration, learning outcomes management, and designing individual lesson plans. This according to a study released last week by the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers, which also described access to classroom technology as "woefully inadequate" in most schools.
  • Educators are, in large part, bullish on the role technology can play in improving student outcomes. But too large a percentage of them aren't receiving adequate training in the areas that matter most: instructional software, technology integration, learning outcomes management, and designing individual lesson plans.
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    Educators are, in large part, bullish on the role technology can play in improving student outcomes. But too large a percentage of them aren't receiving adequate training in the areas that matter most: instructional software, technology integration, learning outcomes management, and designing individual lesson plans.
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