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12 New Year Resolutions for Teachers - UKEdChat.com - 6 views

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    And there goes another year. Where does the time go? New Years bring new hope, new beginnings, new intentions, but when you are a teacher, you quickly realise that the same stuff happens over and over again, with the same daily challenges presenting…
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The White Room by @te4chl3arn - 1 views

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    Just you, your class and your brain power
Martin Burrett

UKED Magazine - February e-zine - 3 views

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    Find educational delights in this educational e-zine.
Martin Burrett

Branding your classroom - 8 views

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    Marking your mark and personalising your class
Martin Burrett

Making art with technology in your classroom - 18 views

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    An article by Steve Crowther
Martin Burrett

A creative approach to teaching young children - 5 views

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    An article by @emmaannhardy
Martin Burrett

Beginner's guide to SOLO pedagogy - 6 views

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    Wonderful article from @aknill about SOLO.
Vicki Davis

3 Strategies to Promote Independent Thinking in Classrooms | Edutopia - 1 views

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    Nice post by Margaret Regan on Edutopia's blog with 3 Strategies to promote independent thinking. With some practical examples and use of a word I haven't heard -- "autotelic" or those happiest when absorbed in complex activities. That would describe many of us coder types. Great post.
Suzie Nestico

Everything you know about curriculum may be wrong. Really. « Granted, but… - 7 views

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    If curriculum is a tour through what is known, how is knowledge ever advanced?
Jackie Gerstein

iMovies in Education - 9 views

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    Teachers using digital video, in particular iMovie, have provided an abundance of anecdotal evidence for encouraging individual expression, spawning creativity, revitalizing content, promoting collective knowledge construction and individual reflection, and offering students of a variety of backgrounds and experiences to engage in authentic learning.
Dean Mantz

USM Flipped Classroom - 42 views

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    This Google site provides a fantastic layout for "Flipped" pedagogy professional development. 
Ed Webb

The LMS and the adolescence of web learning « Lisa's (Online) Teaching Blog - 8 views

  • there may be levels of web learning maturation at work here: Childhood: people who are very new to using the web for learning tend to accept what is given to them, because they don’t really know what the options are. When online learning with the LMS was new, most people were in this category. Adulthood: people who use the web a great deal and in varied ways tend to do better in online classes, and assess the worth of the LMS (or any tool) based on how well it works for the course. Adolescence: in between are the adolescents. They know just enough to be dangerous. They have enough experience to want convenience and not enough to understand the larger issues of pedagogy, including the restrictiveness of an LMS on what the instructor wants to do. They can drive but have no sense of how traffic works.
  • Why it’s important to deal now with the “teen angst” of web-adolescence: 1. Not customizing the LMS to suit your pedagogy implies that we all teach the same way. If we all teach the same way, then a computer can do our work instead. (I’ve been reading Daniel Pink’s A Whole New Mind – he’s pretty clear that if a computer can do your job, eventually it will.) 2. Instructors should use the tools that best create the environment they want, and that increasingly means web applications that require multiple log-ins. Students should get accustomed to using separate tools for separate tasks, just like in the real world. 3. Acknowledging the teen view means taking it seriously, but it doesn’t mean developing policy around it. Just as parents try to mitigate the excesses of the teen diet and habits, we owe students our wisdom in creating the learning experience that is most appropriate. (Oh dear, I’m starting to sound like Edmund Burke again.)
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    Sound pedagogical reasons to resist the omnipresence of Blackborg
Dean Mantz

LoTi Technical Support Home - WiKi - 7 views

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    Tutorial guides to a variety of LoTi's Digital Age resources.
David Hilton

The MET Research Paper: Achievement of What? « The Core Knowledge Blog - 8 views

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    A research paper commissioned by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that finds that students know when they are being taught well and when they are not. 
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