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What Do We Mean by Authentic Learning? | Powerful Learning Practice - 0 views

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    Learning goes deep. Evidence of higher order thinking.  Real and substantive conversations.  Personal learning.  Autonomy, mastery, purpose, choice, self-direction. 21st century skills integration. Reflecting
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10 things teachers should unlearn… « What Ed Said - 36 views

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    ...In my opinion, all of the above are outdated ideas. I won't elaborate at the moment, as I'd rather have your input! Which ones do you agree with? Disagree? Challenge? Question?
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Technological Literacy « Sean Banville's Blog - 13 views

  • Ten “buts” that need to disappear These have all entered my head over the past 16 years, since the time I didn’t know where the on button was on my school’s first Mac. They get in the way of my technological literacy, but shouldn’t. I’ve added just one piece of advice to each.
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    Two questions sprang to mind upon reading Tom's words: 1. How literate / illiterate am I? 2. How literate do we need to be?
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YouTube - An Open Letter to Educators - 15 views

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    If the message in this video resonates with you feel free to send it to any teachers, principals, professors, university presidents, boards of regents, boards of education, etc. you think should see it.
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A Teacher's Guide To Web 2.0 at School - 37 views

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    A quick guide to help teachers get started with Web 2.0. Stick figures included! I love the focus on moving beyond the 'Yeah buts'. Great design as well.
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The Power of Educational Technology: Advice for Web 2.0 Newbies - 0 views

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    Excellent post on advice to Web2.0 Newbies
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    Angela Maiers, in her latest blog post, asked for some suggestions for people starting their Web 2.0 journeys. Here are a just a few: 1. Start with the pedagogy -
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Think Different at Students 2.0 - 0 views

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    Think of the wealth of talent that is being and has been squandered due to this system. How many people would have become the next great composer if they had been given just that little bit more leeway?
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