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Anne Weaver

How ‘twisted’ early childhood education has become — from a child dev... - 5 views

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    Early childhood development expert Nancy Carlsson-Paige: 'Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined that we would have to defend children’s right to play."
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    Early childhood development expert Nancy Carlsson-Paige: 'Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined that we would have to defend children’s right to play."
Anne Weaver

Corporate Lifecycles; Dual Operating Systems – My 5 Takeaways from Accelerate (XL... - 4 views

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    I presented my synopsis of Accelerate yesterday at the First Friday Book Synopsis. (Accelerate (XLR8): Building Strategic Ability for a Faster-Moving World by John Kotter(. Harvard Business Review …
Anne Weaver

Incomplete notes & photos from an awesome day learning from @TheUnPd’s #Emily... - 6 views

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    I’m grateful to have attended today’s Test Kitchen with Emily Pilloton and Christina Jenkins of Project H Design! Emily and Christina have launched (and are still prototyping) a series …
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    I’m grateful to have attended today’s Test Kitchen with Emily Pilloton and Christina Jenkins of Project H Design! Emily and Christina have launched (and are still prototyping) a series …
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.
Anne Weaver

Learning Facilitation | Services to Schools - 34 views

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    "School librarians bring pedagogical order and harmony to a multi-media clutter of information by crafting challenging learning opportunities, in collaboration with classroom teachers and other learning specialists, to help learners use the virtual world, as well as the traditional information sources, to prepare for living, working and life-long learning in the 21st Century"
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."
Cara Whitehead

Busting the Myths of Digital Learning - 27 views

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    Survey from JogNog reveals schools unprepared to support digital learning - EdTech Times
Janet Allen

Dr. Lodge McCammon - 9 views

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    Dr. Lodge McCammon is a Specialist in Curriculum and Contemporary Media at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation (www.fi.ncsu.edu). His work in education began in 2003 at Wakefield High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he taught Civics and AP Economics. He finished a Ph.D. from North Carolina State University in 2008 where his work at The Friday Institute continues to bring innovative practices to students, teachers and schools. He developed a teaching and professional development process called FIZZ which encourages and models best practices in implementing user-generated video and online publishing in the classroom to enhance standards-based lessons. He is also a studio composer who writes standards-based songs, with supporting materials, about advanced curriculum for K-12 classrooms. More information, user-generated videos, and songs can be found at Lodge's website (www.iamlodge.com).
Anthony Beal

Disciplines - subject specific services from the Higher Education Academy - 7 views

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    For many individuals working in higher education, it is the subject level where most networking and exchange takes place. That is why support at the subject level remains at the heart of our work.
    We continue to develop and deliver the subject-specific services that are most valued by the sector, including: workshops and seminars, teaching development grants, journals, support and guidance for staff new to teaching, resources and networking opportunities.
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