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Jan 12, 12

Global competency is important. Here is a lesson plan used by an elementary teacher for Chinese New Year. I love it because it has simple ingredients. It is coming up in 2 weeks and is probably the most important celebration in China. Students should know what it is.

Jan 12, 12

Cara Whitehad shares how she uses Glogster to teach on her "tech Tuesday" lessons. She has them post on their edmodo site. Glogster is a great tool that I've used in my classroom. The students love it.

Jan 12, 12

Free spanish videos and lesson plans for elementary aged children. This website discusses ways to teach spanish and may be of interest to you Spanish language teachers.

Jan 12, 12

I'm late coming to this but I have seen some of this before. In my earlier years, I received much more threatening comments and emails than I have of late but then again, I don't know that I've offered very controversial viewpoints. I think those who comment and email anonymously shouldn't be taken seriously. I've seen it before and tend to dismiss what these people say. There may be a place for it, but if you won't sign your name, you shouldn't say it.

Jan 12, 12

Stephen Downes take on the Fordham Institute's report about the cost of online learning. He is skeptical of the numbers and shares why.

Jan 12, 12

Teacher, Andrew Miller, shares how he uses graphic comics and novels to teach in his classroom.

Jan 12, 12

ISTE is collaborating with NASA to select 25 middle and high school teachers who are creative, inspired, and share an enthusiasm for space. These teachers will work collaboratively to create learning and educational artifacts that teachers or students can use to gain a deeper understanding of the Earth’s magnetosphere. Each group of teachers will choose projects to create and design. Final projects may be selected for publication on the NASA website and/or featured at the ISTE 2012 annual conference and exposition.

Jan 12, 12

Alan Gilbert, New York Philharmonic conductor stopped the orchestra to wait for a man to silence his ringing cell phone. Yes, we should have manners to silence it but he just ignored it, hoping for it to stop.

Jan 12, 12

If you are looking for goal tracker alternatives, Joe's Goals won a recent lifehacker poll. i use homeroutine but the drawback is there are no analytics.

Jan 10, 12

I love this productivity tip! Leave yourself a treat on your desk on Friday! Find something you love and leave it on your desk for yourself. I'm doing this!

Jan 10, 12

How this teacher uses Skype to connect her classrooms with others. I like the preplanning  - something that needs to be done to be ready for this.

Jan 10, 12

If you want to look into a Flat Classroom project for your school, applications are open. Our goal is to be the best collaborative learning experience where students co-create and collaborate together. We have projects for all ages and we're totally teacher run (most of us are full time and do this on the side or have classrooms in the project.) Find out more or ask me questions if you need to.

Jan 10, 12

The British Council Connecting Classrooms program has free projects for global learning on their website. It also has a way to find links with schools. I like that you can download templates.

Jan 10, 12

Here are projects from Skype in the classroom. Posted by teachers. A lot of teachers are looking for people to Skype with. There should be a better way, but kudos to Skype for doing this.

Jan 10, 12

Skype in the classroom has lists of projects that you can do with Skype. This is very innovative. Here is one using the Amy's Travel's multicultural children's book.

Jan 10, 12

At the Askwith Forum on December 1, Professor Howard Gardner discussed the challenges faced by traditional education in light of two forces: the post-modern critique from the humanities and the disruptive potentials of the new digital media. As addressed in his most recent book, Truth, Beauty, and Goodness Reframed: Educating for the Virtues of the Twenty-First Century, Gardner described how the core ideas of truth, beauty, and goodness can survive and even be strengthened in education across the life span.

Jan 10, 12

There are so many great podcasts out there. I like to hear directly from the companies I work with. Julie's and my first book is from Pearson and this podcast is of interest to me.

"Susan Sclafani, vice president of programs for the Pearson Foundation shares insight into the new digital curriculum being developed to adopt the common core standards."

Jan 10, 12

American School has named their top education books of 2011. Not sure how it set up this list but there are a few I want to read.

Jan 10, 12

This is just after ISTE. I hope that many of the ISTE people will be able to go there and vice versa.

Asia Society's Partnership for Global Learning Annual Conference will take place June 29-30 at the Brooklyn Marriott in New York City.
The two-day event connects educators, business leaders, policymakers and resource providers to share best practices, build partnerships and advance policies to ensure the next generation is ready to lead in an interconnected world.
This year's theme is "Pathways to Global Competence" and the four conference strands are:
Innovations in Teacher Practice
Exploring the Global Issues of Today
Going Global Through Technology and Media
Assessing Global Competence Through Student Work

Jan 10, 12

A list of reading and literacy charities worldwide for 2012. This author has spent a lot of time compiling the list and asks for your feedback. Hope you'll help. We should NEVER throw away books, there are a lot of people who need them. In fact, I tend to not want to throw them away now anyway because I'm not replacing them like I used to. It is a bit scary.

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