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"libraries should look more like kitchens and less on Jun 30, 15
"libraries should look more like kitchens and less like grocery stores." @dthornburg #ISTE2015
- 5 Creative Ways Schools Can Use Google Forms (That Aren’t Surveys) | The Gooru on Jun 26, 15
- Tinder on Jun 26, 15
- 4 Ways to Refill Your Cup | Passion...Purpose...Pride on Jun 25, 15
- Seven Stages in Moving from Consuming to Creating | John Spencer on Jun 25, 15
- EdTech and Supporting Teaching by Teachers | Technology and Learning | InsideHigherEd on Jun 25, 15
Fostering an Active Online Discussion | GradHacker | InsideHigherEd on Jun 25, 15
Be the active participant you want your students to be:
- An Insider’s Guide to Edcamps | Edutopia on Jun 25, 15
- About the Toolkit « Design Thinking for Educators on Jun 25, 15
How the Maker Movement Is Moving into Classrooms | Edutopia on Jun 25, 15
T]he same old teaching becomes incredibly more expensive and biased toward its dumbest parts, namely the kind of rote learning in which measurable results can be obtained by treating the children like pigeons in a Skinner box.
Maker classrooms are active classrooms. In active classrooms one will find engaged students, often working on multiple projects simultaneously, and teachers unafraid of relinquishing their authoritarian role. The best way to activate your classroom is for your classroom to make something.
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A place for members of www.Classroom20.com to share links, Classroom 2.0 is social networking site devoted to those interested in the practical application of computer technology (especially Web 2.0) in the classroom and in their own professional development.
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“Diigo In Education” - Phase I just released. More to come.. Share your classroom usecase, ideas, reviews, features, and wishlists for making Diigo a great resource and platform in teaching and learning. Let's explore the full potential of Diigo as an educational tool.
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For my EDTS 523 grad students
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Educators sharing bookmarks and best practice. We have a set of standard tags to help us share things that you may use in addition to your tags. (You may subscribe to these tags via RSS feed by subject area, which makes it very useful.) Fully disclose WHY you want to join and who you are. SPAMMERS not welcome. If you don't use good netiquette and disclose this, you will delay your approval.