This is the blog from a lifelong learner (Ana Cristina) who truly cares about education. Be prepared to be overwhelmed (in a good way) with tons of resources and posts! I found out about her on Twitter and have been enjoying her posts every day since. Spread the word!!
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Last week, the Scoop.it team and I were extremely excited to announce the launch of our brand new Rewards Program. Now that all of the new rewards members have been notified, I'd like to shine the Scoop.it spotlight on a few of the top curators from the past six months.
These curators have set an extraordinary example for the rest of the Scoop.it community as well as the greater online community of curators. They've helped us through every step of our journey to making the web a smarter place, and we're proud to have them on our team. Check out their profile and topic pages, and think about even sending them a tweet to say hi! Continue reading →
Best individual blog: Cristina Sky Box. Ana Cristina Pratas has a nice visual way of presenting her resources and explaining her ideas. She lets you see she is really into education; she obviously loves blogging and sharing things with us.
Best group blog: Edudemic. Learning, parents, technology, social media, advice... you name it, lots of different issues usually dealt with in a very clear way.
Best teacher blog: Movie Segments to Asses Grammar Goals. Claudio Azevedo is certainly original in his way of presenting grammar issues; the films he chooses get a new dimension when we see the activities he suggests and when we eventually use them in our classes.
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