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Susan Oxnevad

10 Innovative Ways to Use ThingLink in the Classroom - Edudemic - 8 views

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    Explore. Share. Create.

    It starts with an image. Define the image through multimedia.  Present ideas.  Pack it full of content. Create links to amazing sites. Explore, share and create with ThingLink in the classroom!
Susan Oxnevad

3 Ways to Embrace Change This Year - 3 views

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    Teachers embracing technology to support the Common Core and new ways of teaching may want to get organized and prepared for some positive changes. Here are 3 ways to get  ready for change in the New Year.
Susan Oxnevad

Design Your Digital Self - 10 views

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    Create an avatar and connect with Your Digital Self through multimedia. Create links to whatever it is that helps you define your digital self. This is fun! . Revisit it often and link to your favorites. Turn it in and receive a badge.
Stewart Marshall

Blended Learning Can Improve Working Conditions, Teaching & Learning - Getting Smart by... - 2 views

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    "Teachers have tough jobs-lots of kids and lots of responsibility-and budget cuts are making things worse. They have administrators telling them to boost achievement and personalize learning, but most of them are on their own without tools. Yet, that is beginning to change as schools are beginning to blend traditional teaching with online learning."
Paul Shuebrook

Bright Spots Shine in Blended, Online Learning : Education Next - 2 views

  • some great examples
  • a student-centric model of learning
  • students rotate between individualized online-learning, and small-group stations within each classroom
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  • district has incorporated Khan Academy into its math curriculum for all 5th- through 8th-grade students
  • students rotate from online learning for concept introduction and instruction to face-to-face for reinforcement and application
  • With Khan Academy, teachers are able to individualize learning for each child based on real-time data
  • blended-learning environment in Los Altos schools allows for seamless targeted intervention and flexible groupings
  • online courses allow students to move at their own pace and complete courses based on competency rather than being tethered to the traditional semester timeline
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