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How to best prepare students for the future.
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11 Ideas for Fostering an Innovative Culture

11 Ideas for Fostering an Innovative Culture | 21st Century Learning2012 | Scoop.it

Before we even start working on how to further ideas on our project, lets take 5 minutes to read and re-read this  insighfull article on how to foster a culture of innovation.

I.Embrace an Open Culture

2.Learning is the Focus

3.Digital Leadership

4.Narrowing the Focus

5. Leadership Development

6. Balance Between Pressure and Suppor

7. Learning Leads the way

8. DIsrupt your routine

9. Parents as Partners

10. Focus on strengths

11. Leadership Determines Management

 

 

 

 

 


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Resources for Catholic Educators

Resources for Catholic Educators | 21st Century Learning2012 | Scoop.it
Resources of interest to all involved in the Catholic faith religious education of children, youth or adults.

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iPad: Best Free Apps for Students & Teachers

iPad: Best Free Apps for Students & Teachers | 21st Century Learning2012 | Scoop.it



The typical college student might be surprised to discover that there’s more to tablets than addicting puzzle games, music apps, and eBook versions of their favorite novels.

 

Let’s take a look at four worthwhile apps perfect for any college student with a tablet. If you’re a student or an educator, you’d do well to check any of these apps out!


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Together At One Altar |

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"Together at One Altar is a resource for school aged children in years F-12 in Australia to develop their formation in the Eucharist and assist their full, active and conscious participation in the Eucharist"

 


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