The Global Digital Citizen Foundation resources list has got something for every teacher, administrator, and student living in the digital age.
Thanks to Beth Dichter for her insight:
If you are looking for excellent resources in the following areas you may want to click through to the Global Digital Citizen Foundation website. They provide a wealth of resources that you may download. Below is a list of their current resources. Consider bookmarking this page as they continue to add new resources.
* Solution Fluency Quickstart Guide
* Information Fluency Quickstart Guide
* Creative Fluency Quickstart Guide
* Media Fluency Quickstart Guide
* Collaboration Fluency Quickstart Guide
* World of Colour: Colour Theory in Marketing and Media
* PBL in the Classroom - this is a series and includes 3 resources
* 10 Things to Know Before Starting a BYOD Program
In MIT’s Education Arcade, classic game consoles line the office corridor; rafters are strung with holiday lights; and inflatable, stuffed, and papier-mâché creatures lurk around every corner. When I stopped by recently, the arcade’s director, Eric Klopfer, and creative director, Scot Osterweil, talked enthusiastically about the surging interest in educational...
Since there are tons of tech companies wanting a piece of the VR technology market, the competition for the market went beyond specifications and features but also on who will release their VR headgear first.
Google has been awarded a patent for the 'methods and systems for robot personality development', a glimpse at a future where robots react based on data they mine from us and hopefully don't unite and march on city hall.
Education is probably one of the areas that will benefit the most from 3D printers in the long run. The problem though is getting the machines into the schools in the first place. With prices... View the entire article via our website.
David W. Deeds's insight:
Check this out! Maybe the USA will follow suit!! ;)
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