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David Raymond

Alan November interviews Angela McFarlane | November Learning - 0 views

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    key points (see also my bookmark to the BLC '07 keynote by Professor McFarlane) - technology is not helping learning (1:30) - american high schools are counterproductive to success in knowledge society (Bill Gates) (2:30) - have a model where kids produce their own digital representation of how they see the world (4:00) - make learning deeper rather than try to cover a lot of content but shallow learning (5:00) - one suggestion is teaching people to be able to recognise an evidence-based argument and not be susceptible to incorrect information (6:00) - model for assessment based on this sort of change to curriculum (7:30) - meaningful coursework - mainly in school - not allowing homework to restrict their self learning - treat school like work in a way with emphasis on quality not quantity (10:00) - need to connect with parents who see school as different than their schooling and unsure about its benefits (11:00) - access to technology (12:00) - benefit based on having the access first bit also that their environment but also their culture at home helps them benefit - top 15% (from BLC keynote) are getting most benefit from access and their culture - but these normally high achievers can't see school as relevant to them based on what they experience at home and are failing at school (13:30) - community knowledge and learning capacity building in technology (14:00) - "digital challenge" program in Bristol (14:40) - community mentors that learn something then teach to others in the community - giving more people access and that means they can have choices on what they can do
John Pearce

CyberSmart! Student Curriculum - 0 views

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    Free to educators, the CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively.
anonymous

web2forprins / Curriculum Wikis - 1 views

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    examples of wikis in use in educational administration.
anonymous

Welcome to Route 21 - 0 views

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    The Partnership for 21st Century Skills is pleased to offer Route 21, a one-stop-shop for 21st century skills-related information, resources and community tools
anonymous

ide@s web site - welcome - 0 views

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    ide@s saves you time while focusing instruction and technology on Wisconsin's Model Academic Standards
anonymous

The Le@rning Federation home page - 0 views

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    The Le@rning Federation learning objects and digital resources. Includes sample leanring materials for teachers.
Helen Otway

Pencils Across the Curriculum - 0 views

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    not been idle. They had been hearing about this new thing called a COMPUTER!
anonymous

Intel Education: Designing Effective Projects: Curriculum-Framing Questions - 0 views

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    Asking intriguing, open-ended questions is an effective way to encourage students to think deeply and to provide them with a meaningful context for learning.
Lynne Crowe

What2Learn » Home - 0 views

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    What2Learn, the interactive learning solution providing effective educational resources and revision games. The fun way to revise and prepare for success in your GCSEs, SATs and KS3 subjects. NEW! Make your own games - no downloads required.
Lynne Crowe

Educational Technology Clearinghouse - 0 views

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    Digital resources for Florida's schools but useful everywhere!
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