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Dwayne Abrahams

Teaching Kids to Code | EdSurge - 0 views

    "Every era demands--and rewards--different skills.
    In different times and different places, we have taught our children to grow vegetables, build a house, forge a sword or blow a delicate glass, bake bread, create a soufflé, write a story or shoot hoops.
    Now we are teaching them to code."
Dwayne Abrahams

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - 1 views

    Wesley Fryer's Blog
    Wesley Fryer's Blog
Dean Mantz

The Innovative Educator - 0 views

  • 21st Century Educators Don’t Say, “Hand It In.” They say, “Publish It!
Dean Mantz

Mathtrain.TV - 0 views

  • Mathtrain.TV is a free educational "kids teaching kids" project from Mr. Marcos & his students at Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, CA.
Dean Mantz

movingforward - home - 2 views

  • The Moving Forward wiki houses a collection of resources to help presenters and change agents as they help move schools and universities forward into the 21st century
Dean Mantz

Tapped In Home - 0 views

  • The online workplace of an international community of education professionals.

    K-12 teachers, librarians, administrators, and professional development staff, as well as university faculty, students, and researchers gather here to learn, collaborate, share, and support one another.

Dean Mantz

ALA | AASL Best Web sites for Teaching and Learning Top 25 Award - 0 views

  • Diigo external link icon

    Need help in organizing your favorite websites? Diigo is a social bookmarking site that allows users to save websites, as well as tag them, add sticky notes and annotations, and share them with other users in various groups.

    Tip: Sticky notes are an effective way to start a virtual conversation among teams of students on the merits of a website.

  • Our Story external link icon

    Create your story! Our Story permits users to develop and save collaborative timelines that can be personalized with annotations, photos, and videos. Stories (timelines) can be printed in book format, archived on DVD, or even sent as postcards.

    Tip: Teach your students to develop content-specific timelines that are linked to the teaching of research and information literacy skills.

  • Primary Access external link icon

    Capture your students' imagination with movie narratives based on primary sources. Primary Access is an online tool that allows students and teachers to combine text, visual, and sound elements, which are then combined to convey information about their chosen historical event or time frame. A library of Primary Access movies is available through a catalog by historical time period.

    Tip: Encourage active learning: have students choose a historical event or time frame to research and synthesize their information through a Primary Access movie.

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