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Education, Aid and Aid Agencies - Continuum - 1 views

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    Education, Aid and Aid Agencies
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The Networked Teacher: How New Teachers Build Social Networks for Professional Support - 0 views

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    The Networked Teacher: How New Teachers Build Social Networks for Professional Support
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Cyber-Bullying: Issues and Solutions for the School, the Classroom and the Home - 0 views

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    From her compelling opening quotation of a teen's suicide note to her final words about opportunity for commitment to the well-being of children, author Shaheen Shariff takes the reader on a remarkable journey through the complex landscape of emerging technologies and the phenomenon of cyber-bullying.
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Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives - 0 views

  • Nearly 1 million youth between the ages of 12 and 18 have been cyberbullied (Robers, Zhang, & Truman, 2010). This anthology, co-edited by two widely published and recognized experts in online safety, is an ambitious compendium of the latest research and resources related to cyberbullying.


    Early chapters describe how the generational technology gap between many adults and youth magnify the challenge in educating adults about what cyberbullying is and how it can be addressed. In Chapter 1, Anne Collier depicts a modern, “living Internet” where young people (and others) contribute and consume both informational and behavioral content in a social space that youth do not perceive as being separate from their “real life” off-line. The dynamic nature of the web is one of the reasons why Collier recommends “…creating cultures of self-regulation [emphasis in original] which include critical thinking…and respect for others at home and school (p.3)” as a strategy to protect youth from cyberbullying and other online risks.

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Collaborate Smart: Practical Strategies and Tools for Educators | CEC Store - 1 views

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    From Susan M. Hentz, noted educational speaker and author of Teach Smart, and Phyllis M. Jones, a teacher administrator and educator; Collaborate Smart: Practical Strategies and Tools for Educators is a masterful tool for improving co-teaching and collaborative communication among members of teaching teams. The evolving process of collaboration in the classroom involves negotiation, re-negotiation, respect, trust, and the creation of a level of comfort in the partnership that allows for risk taking in thinking and practice, which yields cohesive instruction that best impacts a student's learning experience. A "how-to" guide for every educator, Collaborate Smart enhances your resources for instruction through its fully developed, comprehensive yet practical information.
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ASCD Express 7.12 - When Teaching Gets Tough: Smart Ways to Reclaim Your Game - 1 views

  • The following excerpts are from Allen Mendler's forthcoming ASCD book When Teaching Gets Tough: Smart Ways to Reclaim Your Game.

    Are there days when you feel overwhelmed by some combination of unruly or poorly motivated students, parents who either give you a hard time or simply aren't to be found, and never-ending classroom distractions? Do you feel frustrated by burdensome meetings that accomplish little but eat up a ton of time? Are you getting tired pleading and scavenging for basic school supplies?

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Education for an Information Age | Teaching in the Computerized Classroom | 7th Edition - 0 views

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    A *very* comprehensive e-book designed for K-12 teachers, seeking to support them in integrating ICT into their classrooms. Covers all manner of subjects, from details of hardware through to theoretical considerations.
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ICT in Education/Preface - Wikibooks, open books for an open world - 0 views

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    * Provides a general introduction to the justification for, practicalities of and challenges of ICT use in education.
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Classroom Instruction That Works, 2nd Edition - 0 views

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    An Improved Framework for Research-Based Instruction
    The book that revolutionized teaching by linking classroom strategies to evidence of increased student learning has been reenergized and reorganized for today's classroom with new evidence-based insights and a refined framework that strengthens instructional planning.
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Score the Goals - 0 views

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    Score the Goals is a comic book produced by the United Nations to raise awareness and to educate children worldwide on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It features 10 football UN Goodwill Ambassadors who are shipwrecked on an island on their way to playing an "all-star" charity football game in support of the UN. Click below to download a PDF version:
    http://bit.ly/AEWH8f
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