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SIFT (The Four Moves) | Hapgood - 0 views

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    "Information Literacy that works. Give students and others a short list of things to do when looking at a source, and hook each of those things to one or two highly effective web techniques. We call the "things to do" moves and there are four of them: Stop; Investigate the source; Find trusted coverage; Trace claims, quotes, and media back to the original context."
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Getting Beyond the CRAAP Test: A Conversation with Mike Caulfield | Just Visiting - 1 views

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    Mike Caulfield, who created and advocates for the SIFT method, has explained why the CRAAP checklist is insufficient in these two interviews that are best read in this article
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Creating your virtual library (quickly) using Slides and Bitmojis as Hyperdocs - @joyce... - 5 views

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    "Some strategies for personalizing and enriching the remote learning experience. Currently, one very popular strategy is the creation of classroom scenes using Google Slides populated with their flexible Bitmojis."
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The Fake News Problem - Fake News and Media Literacy - Research Guides at Santa Fe Comm... - 1 views

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    A libguide set up to teach media literacy. Another resource that others may find helpful when trying to teach about challenges that the proliferation of Fake News brings.
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12 Essential Nonfiction Graphic Novels for Kids and Teens | School Library Journal - 1 views

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    "A good list here that shoes that these books are inclusive, respectful, accurate, and informative-they meet the highest nonfiction standards." They are great books to put into the hands of readers (young and old)
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Developing digital citizenship | Services to Schools - 1 views

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    Education 2020. With our time spent #remotelearning online, good digital citizenship & literacy skills are more important than ever. This guide includes many tips & resources to help you & your students. Developing digital citizenship with the understanding that Digital citizenship encompasses skills, values, and behaviours that include appropriate and effective ways we interact with people and information through media and technology.
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factitious - 1 views

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    It you are teaching digital literacy skills this is a fun way to reinforce your points. A free game that tests your ability to spot FALSE or MISLEADING News. Offers different levels (6) depending on educational level of students
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Andrew Fuller: Remote learning tips and ideas for teachers - The Parents' Website - 0 views

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    "Remote learning is a major opportunity for schools to refine their lesson planning and delivery. The efforts of teachers to adapt classes to online platforms has been nothing less than heroic. Now we have the chance to incorporate the ingredients that create effective remote learning, accelerate expertise and enhance the experience of our students.  The rapid shift to remote learning has been unprecedented and we are all learning as we go through this. At its worst, remote learning can be disorienting and disconnecting. We all need to be innovative in creating learning that is engaging and involving for our students. The ideas in this paper are derived from the author's research and work with schools of the air and distance education as well as his work with students who have been unable to attend school due to mental health issues.  "
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Support resources to share with parents | Education Endowment Foundation | EEF - 0 views

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    "The Covid-19 crisis has meant that schools are having to maintain communications with parents and families in very challenges circumstances. Here are some EEF resources to help schools communicate with parents/carers, as well as resources schools can share with families to support home routines and valuable learning opportunities, such as shared reading."
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Free Online Language Learning Resources for Kids | The New York Public Library - 1 views

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    A compilation (annotated) of useful resources for students learning
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Women's Prize for Fiction Announcing the 2020 Women's Prize for Fiction shortlist - Wom... - 0 views

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    This is the 2020 Womens Prize for Fiction shortlist. Information on the six shortlisted authors and their books is available here.
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Your local Bookshop - 0 views

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    An list of Australian bookshops has been compiled here so you can see which Australian bookshops offering home delivery, book drops and drive through pickups.
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Stuck at Home? These 12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours You Can Take on Your Couch (... - 0 views

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    Some great opportunities to see some of the great artworks of the world without the expense of travelling there.
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Facts and Opinions Explained by Common Craft (VIDEO) - 0 views

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    Useful presentation."Understanding the difference between a fact and an opinion isn't difficult. What matters is being able to apply that knowledge responsibly. When someone presents information in the form of a fact, like "the blue whale is the largest animal on earth." They are stating something that can be proven with evidence. That's different from an opinion, like "blue whales are the most beautiful whales." Here, they are sharing a personal belief that can't be proven"
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Free Technology for Teachers: ytCropper - Share a Section of a YouTube Video - 1 views

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    "ytCropper lets you share just a portion of a YouTube video by specifying the start time and end time of the video that you want others to see. To do this simply go to the ytCropper site then paste in the URL of the YouTube video that you want to share. Once you have done that you can specify the start and end time of the portion of the video that you want people to watch. ytCropper will generate a link to the cropped version of the video. Share that link to have people watch your specified portion of the video."
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Resources For Teaching Online Due To School Closures - The Edublogger - 1 views

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    "This guide will give you insights into how educators around the world are approaching school closures. Thousands of teachers worldwide are currently sharing snippets of their experiences via social media or their blogs. We've compiled, curated, and built on some common themes and ideas to create this extensive guide."
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Free Voice Typing in Google Slides - Teacher Tech - 0 views

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    An expalanation about - how to add voice typing to Google Slides and made it FREE!!! John is a former math teacher and he knows how important this feature is to teachers, especially teachers of younger children. Slides Translator allows students to take text from the slide and translate it to their native language. A new hidden feature of Slides Translator is VOICE TYPING! Install Slides Translator After installing Slides Translator, go to the Add-on menu and choose "Slides translator" and then it gives you the option to use voice typing in the sidebar or as a floating toolbar. Click on the textbox you want to voice type in, click on the mic icon in Slides Translator. When you pause… it turns your voice into text. LIKE MAGIC!!!
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Wheel of Names | Random name picker - 0 views

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    Wheel of Names is a free random name picker website. There are many random name pickers available on the web but this one offer a bit more then most because it not only lets you enter names, it lets you upload images to be chosen at random. Wheel of Names also lets you create a free account that you can use to save a series of wheels. That option could be helpful if you have multiple classes and don't want to enter names whenever you need to pick a name at random.
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Online Learning Resources | National Communication Association - 0 views

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    "n response to the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more colleges and universities are shuttering their physical campuses and ordering instructional faculty to migrate courses online. NCA's Teaching & Learning Council has developed this list of online teaching & learning resources; please return for updates and new resources in the days/weeks to come."
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Will the Coronavirus Crisis Bring Creativity into Education? - 1 views

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    Interesting article discussing if the Coronavirus Crisis will bring creativity into Education?
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