This year features keynote speakers - Adam Bellow, Eric Whitacre, and Guy Kawasaki. 100's of sessions over three days, food trucks, live music, the APPmazing race (first place is an Apple Watch), a Youth Film Festival....all in AUSTIN,TX this summer! June 23-25.
As mentioned on Monday, I’d like to try something a little different so please hang in there with me. You know that I’m a big fan of Ontario Educators and their blogging efforts. I have no intention to drop that because there are so many that have poured their deepest thoughts into personal blogs and continue to do…
Cyndi Danner-Kuhn's insight:
Storify is a very powerful utility. and this teacher is really making great use of it in a different way. Check it out.
“At present, we worry that democracy is threatened by the ease at which disinformation about civic issues is allowed to spread and flourish. …If the children are the future, the future might be very ill-informed.” —Stanford History Education Group, 2016. How would you feel if you discovered that 70% of middle school students could not distinguish between fake news and authentic news on the web? According to a year-long study by the Stanford School of Education, that is exactly where we are as a country. Join us at BLC17 to share strategies to [...]
C-SPAN Classroom is currently offering a free timeline poster depicting all of the past Presidents of the United States. The poster shows each President's time in office, a short biography, the era of American history in which each President served, and a couple of major events that happened during each President's time in office. The poster is free for anyone who has a free C-SPAN Classroom account. The first posters will be mailed during the week of March 6th.
Oversharing: Think before your Post. Tips for Appropriate Sharing on Social Media Designed for students in grades 6–12, Flocabulary’s “Oversharing” animated rap video offers 10 tips for appropriate posting and sharing on social media.
Two of my students stared at me, and then at each other. Each held up a sheet of graph paper, but their graphs were different. And then, one of them asked the question I knew was coming. “But, who is right?” I looked at them and said, “You tell me.”The activity I had planned for that day involved sh
When I played around with this site, I found that I was retroactively kicking myself. How many times, when you visit this blog, do you see this image?At times, when doing presentations, I'd find that I'd want that image (or any other) placed neatly inside a bigger image. Since the presentation was always about something…
Let me start off by saying that I don't watch award shows. The most recent one was the Golden Globes so I missed the acceptance speech from Meryl Streep. It's not a big deal; there were all kinds of reports on its content available the day after, including the text of the script here. I…
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