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Jodie Riek

Teacher Excellence Narrows the Achievement Gap | Edutopia - 4 views

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    By embracing research-backed instructional design, consistent PD, and strong, caring relationships, all boats are rising and teachers have gone from surviving to thriving at this once-failing middle school.
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Summer PD: New Teacher Boot Camp Week 3 - Using Storybird | Edutopia - 12 views

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    Part three of our New Teacher Boot Camp: Boot Campers are playing with this powerful drag-and-drop storytelling tool this week.
Dean Mantz

Creating Learning Networks - MindMeister Mind Map - 18 views

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    Mindmap illustrating the components of creating a PLN.  Mindmeister map created/shared by Lucy Gray.
Tero Toivanen

Join a Community | Powerful Learning Practice - 6 views

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    "In this scenario, students will become researchers and problem solvers in order to design a plan to save the Earth from a hypothetical asteroid strike."
Michael Walker

Welcome to BetterLesson - 16 views

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    A social network for educators creating, organizing and sharing curriculum. 
Sandy Kendell

17 Interesting Ways to use Wallwisher in the Classroom - 41 views

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    Presentation covering 16 cool ways to use Wallwisher in the classroom.
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    great ideas here w lots of examples 
Jeff Johnson

Libraries and commitment (Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog) - 0 views

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    Let's face it, a school where text books, classroom book collections, and the "term paper" as the only means of student communication don't need much of a library. A small popular book collection and a word-processing lab with access to Google may actually be all that such a school needs. If the librarian and technology staff are viewed as not having knowledge that is sufficiently relevant to implementing and teaching IL/IT skills, the book room can be staffed by clerks and the techs can keep the e-mail server and student information system up and running from a small hidden office until those applications are outsourced. At the same time, if a school truly decides they want all their students to graduate having mastered a sophisticated set of IL/IT skills, having learned how to solve real problems creatively, and having experienced the power of global communications and collaboration, then a lack of resources - physical plant, equipment and human expertise will truly undercut this effort. Such an undertaking will require 1:1 laptop programs, well-stocked print collections, productivity labs, a fast and powerful network, good online materials, and, of course, a crackerjack professional staff to support both staff and students. 
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