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Articles and blogs focused on all facets of higher education
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LANGWITCHES’ Blog contains thoughts, ideas and projects on Silvia Tolisano’s journey as a Technology Integration Facilitator and 21st Century Learning Specialist. Sylvia was born in Germany, raised in Argentina and is living in the United States. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish with
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These Web sites may prove helpful when pursuing transforming current curriculum (learning) and instructional practices (teaching) to ensure a strong(er) 21st century skills and technology/tools environment.
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This group highlights articles that I have read that specifically address curriculum mapping. The articles are diverse and emphasize various aspects of the curriculum mapping process, including basic understandings and terminology.
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This group is dedicated to PBL and STEM/STEAM unit design, activities, and strategies that aid educators in their design and instructional practices.
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These links are to postings or articles that I found interesting. They are not meant to present "my side". They are rather ideas and thoughts that allow for various points of view and ask ourselves to provide personal or collaborative logic/reasoning for personal or collective stance.
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These sites have information pertaining to (a) standards, (b) specific disciplines, and (c) related focuses.
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This area is dedicated to Sketchnoting, as well as Documenting FOR/AS/OF Learning, a model explored and continually being expanded on by one of my colleagues, Silvia Tolisano.
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Articles and posting concerning assessments in general, as well as assessing students in the 21st century.
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Based on my book, An Educational Leader's Guide to Curriculum Mapping: Creating Collaborative Cultures, this group is dedicated to helpful resources that address the need for administrators and teacher leaders to be servant-leaders.
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Articles and Blogs related to ideas and concepts in Janet Hale and Mike Fisher's ASCD book, Upgrade Your Curriculum: Practical Ways to Transform Units and Engage Students.
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These sites provide tools and ideas that can aid students as self-learners as well as teachers as facilitators.
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Mike Fisher specializes in integrating technology and Web 2.0 tools into instructional practice, assessments, evaluations, and content/skills that allows teachers to move from their current comfort zones to begin or expand their C21 thinking and actions.
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Based on the work of Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe, this group is dedicated to articles, slide shows, and media forms focused on developing curriculum using their SbD/UbD models, which include concept-based learning centered on the protocol of understanding and transferability.
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These are Nings that I belong to, or have created, to support the necessity for educational leaders to participate in global connectivity, communication, and collaboration while exploring, questioning, and bettering (growing) our curriculum design and curriculum [instructional] practices with 21s...
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Addresses various aspects/points made in Heidi Hayes Jacobs' ASCD book titled Curriculum 21.
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To renew you teaching certificate, Arizona requires that all teachers must take a course focused on strategies for instructional strategies for teaching ELL populations. This bookmark is for Web sites and articles related to my course work.
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This group focused on the growing through replacing and reversioning professional development forums and coaching models based on Curriculum 21 and the necessity for 21st-century learning, skills influencing curriculum design and instructional practices.
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This group highlights blog postings that I have read that specifically address curriculum mapping. While the majority of the postings represent educators sharing their opinions, it is worthwhile reading their thoughts as many wrestle with making sense of mapping.