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Julie Shy

Gooru - 10 views

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    Gooru is a free platform for students and teachers to access standards-based online resources in organized "playlists" for learning. Created by a Google employee, it's run by a nonprofit group called Ednovo. Students can access "ClassBooks"-collections of textbooks, videos, and assessments-on any topic, and they can interact with their peers and teachers while studying. teachers can search for standards-aligned web resources organized into "ClassPlans," which they can customize and share with the larger community. In short, educators can use the site to search and teach, while students can use it to search and study; the website's tagline is "learning is social."
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Team Teaching: How to Work with a Partner | Edutopia - 8 views

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    Exploration of team teaching and it's challenges.
Brendan Murphy

Building a Better Teacher - NYTimes.com - 18 views

  • Is good classroom management enough to ensure good instruction?
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      Finally, and yes the answer is no.
  • One of those researchers was Deborah Loewenberg Ball, an assistant professor who also taught math part time at an East Lansing elementary school and whose classroom was a model for teachers in training.
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      Now these videos seem to be more about allowing students to think and discuss concepts and very little about classroom management. It's all about letting students use their brains.
  • Teaching, even Teaching third-grade math, is extraordinarily specialized, requiring both intricate skills and complex knowledge about math.
    • Brendan Murphy
       
      What teaching is specialized and requires intricate skills and complex knowledge?
Anna Adam

Our Courts - Homepage - 3 views

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    Our Courts is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. Our Courts is the vision of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who is concerned that students are not getting the information and tools they need for civic participation, and that civics teachers need better materials and support.
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How to Help Your Students Observe the 9/11 Anniversary | Edutopia - 12 views

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    Edutopia blogger Suzie Boss shares a variety of online resources to assist educators when teaching students about Sept 11.
Vicki Davis

Teachers TV: Weather Around the World - Resources - TES - 4 views

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    Downloadable video "weather around the world" filmed in 5 different climactic regions. This includes multiple lesson plans and downloadable videos - all for free. (Another @TEsconnect resource)
Ruth Howard

Teacher Reboot Camp - 16 views

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    A long list of short n juicy professional development online courses to jump into next few months
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Replicating Success: Project-Based Learning | Edutopia - 19 views

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    In this Schools that Work story, we profiled a rural school district in Northwest Georgia using their resources carefully to replicated successful Project-Based Learning. 
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