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Anne Weaver

Women will be extinct in the computer science world if this trend continues | Public Ra... - 4 views

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    Three charts that show you how women have been regressing in the study of computer science since the mid-1980s. In 2013, only two out of 10 computer science bachelor's degrees were conferred to women.
jenibo

Creative Commons Resources for Classroom Teachers | CTQ - 19 views

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    Comprehensive guide to resources for teaching about CC for various audiences.
Jamin Henley

Teaching Students to Fail Their Way to Success » Online Universities - 11 views

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    "Failure has been a trending topic on Education Unbound recently, particularly in regards to the disconnect between educational objectives and game-based learning (GBL). The basic problem is that games depend on players failing multiple times as the primary means of learning how to overcome obstacles. Education, in contrast, is predicated on the notion that failure is bad - for the student, the teacher, and the system as a whole."
Cathy Oxley

Adventist Schools Victoria - LEARNING AND TEACHING - 7 views

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    Here in Tumblr teachers particularly, will see some visual stimuli and thinking prompts that may provoke them to also develop such visual and thought provoking stimuli for use with their students around their teaching and learning themes.
Cathy Oxley

The Impact of One - Capella University - 6 views

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    "As a teacher, the most important asset I can teach my students is a love of learning. In my 10 years teaching high school, I have found that making a deliberate and transparent effort to continue my own learning allows me to inspire my students to follow my footsteps."
Cathy Oxley

Edlib: Get started with QR Codes and Learning - 14 views

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    "Great resources to get you started using QR codes in learning."
Jamin Henley

Amidst a Mobile Revolution in Schools, Will Old Teaching Tactics Work? | MindShift - 5 views

  • unless traditional teaching practices morph to adapt and fully take advantage of what mobile devices can afford, some fear the promise will go the way of all the technology collecting dust in the corner of the classroom
  • “We are using new technology to implement old pedagogy
  • Having the apps sitting on your phone on your desk in and of itself isn’t going to make you smarter, and it won’t make the classroom more anything,” she said. “It’s what you do with it, and how it’s supported, how teachers and students know to learn, to use those tools. It’s part of a complex nature of learning
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    With all these direct applications for learning, it's easy to justify using mobile devices in school. But what real and lasting effect will they have on the "formal" learning equation?
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