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Rhondda Powling

Community | Edublogs - education blogs for teachers, students and institutions - 3 views

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    Edublogs has organized a community and blog directory, making it easy to find blogs that fit your area of interest
Julie Squires

Human » Moodle tutorials (2 Minute Moodles) - 0 views

  • This is a collection of 2 Minute Moodles - an attempt to simplify and show how to use a range of Moodle features. The list will grow as I find time to cook some more.
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    This is a collection of 2 Minute Moodles - an attempt to simplify and show how to use a range of Moodle features.
anonymous

Edublogs.tv   Podcast: Konrad Glogowski on Blogging at NECC2008 - 0 views

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    M Guhlin's recording of Konrad's preso at NECC 2008
Mark Boyle

edublogs: Angela McFarlane @ BLC07: Why do we build communities? - 0 views

  • I think eduBuzz.org has helped create not just this, but far more in terms of explicit reflection that wasn't there before. I'm wondering whether reflection is, in fact, a personal, private thing rather than a community issue, since often the community at large may not choose to be 'interested' in what you have to say. Take live blog posts, for example, written for the author more than the audience. The biggest problem of online communities, and we've seen this, too, in East Lothian and eduBuzz.org, is that novices in particular find it hard to filter information. Angela says that the problem is one students have, but so many of our teachers and managers also have trouble filtering what is important, what is of interest and might be important, what is of interest but might be a waste of time, and what is of no interest at all, personal or professional. Teachers and students are guilty of not knowing how to question the authority of an information source, other than to say blogs must be relatively poor quality and the BBC must be of relatively high quality (both, of course, had had their moments). And again, not just students but for many teachers, too, it is not cool to have an extensive vocabulary to express oneself. We see a resistance in students to use words to say how they are feeling beyond 'good', 'bad' and fine (and I'd be advocating the use of sites like We feel fine to both educate our students and help counter this claim to some extent), and we also see resistance from some teachers to use a more extensive vocabulary to think about teaching and learning. Finally, both teachers and students, because we over test, tend to not want to do anything that doesn't fit into the test. We cut and paste without engaging with material, we can take tests but cannot learn.
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      From Diigo
Rhondda Powling

http://files.campus.edublogs.org/global2.vic.edu.au/dist/6/8307/files/2012/06/SMCSMLC2012-14ckeat.pdf - 0 views

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    This social media communications strategy has been created to assist teachers at Manor Lakes College in both implementing and utilizing specific means of social media in their learning and teaching programs.
anonymous

edublogs: Lehmann's Philly: the same, but different. - 0 views

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    Ewan McIntosh onteaching and learning
Suzie Vesper

lucygrayworkshops » Macworld Edublogs - 0 views

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    Great online workshop on blogging.
Rhondda Powling

Educational Technology Buzzwords - 1 views

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    A interesting interpretation of where we are heading with the current technology available to us.
Roland Gesthuizen

TeachMeet Melbourne 2013 - 2 views

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    "Another Teachmeet has come and gone.  The tweets from the day tell the story so well.  Thanks to all concerned for a great start to 2013. Every Teachmeet I have attended has been different. Different because of the venues, the presentations, the time of the day, the day of the week, the people who attend. This is one of the reasons I like them. Teachers sharing passion, interest, skills, questions and ideas."
Rhondda Powling

The Best Ways To Create Online Tests | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day… - 3 views

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    From Larry Ferlazzo. List and links to test-creation sites - not in any order of preference. They each offer very distinct features that could work in different situations. All free.
Rhondda Powling

The Best Fun Videos About Books & Reading | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day… - 1 views

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    A list of f fun videos out there about books and reading by Larry Ferlazzo
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