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An exploration of the connections between research, practice and the various constructs of literacy.
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25 edtech terms connected educators should know - Daily Genius

25 edtech terms connected educators should know - Daily Genius | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it

If you’ve ever needed to become a connected educator by implementing a 1:1 solution using BYOD while flipping your PBL-based classroom, then you probably know the key edtech terms that exist today. But if most of that first sentence was complete gibberish, then you’re in luck. Also, you’re not alone! …


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Alex Lizzappi's curator insight, September 12, 3:45 PM
25 edtech terms connected educators should know

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5 Steps for Planning Lessons Around Technology – Starting with the End in Mind

5 Steps for Planning Lessons Around Technology – Starting with the End in Mind | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
"And then one day everything changed for me ..." Teacher Anne Karakash is a recipient of a 2004 Fulbright Scholarship and a National Board for Professional

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How Technology Can Support Authentic Learning - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

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Learn what technological support for authentic learning environments commonly includes.

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Growing up digital: How digital screens are changing the way we read - Deseret News

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Growing up digital: How digital screens are changing the way we read Deseret News The study also found that with multitasking, kids were able to crunch almost 11 hours of content into that time if they were, say, listening to music or watching a...
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Transforming the Way We Learn: Why Digital Literacy is So Important

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“digital literacy is less about tools and more about thinking…”
When we talk about language literacy, we are discussing much more than the basic ability to recognize words on a page.

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Digital Literacy Dover: Who Teaches Parents Tech?

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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's curator insight, August 29, 10:00 PM

Excellent ideas here. Should be a PTA project in the schools.!!!

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Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster

Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
Through the course of our “summer school” here at Techfaster we’ve met plenty of tech savvy educators. From ISTE in early July to the NAESP show and Campus Tech that wrapped up this week, teachers, administrators and education enthusiasts were learning, sharing, and networking with each other. These are definitely the tech savvy teacher type, and that’s validated in the infographic below from Daily Genius. But just because you spent part of the summer at EdTech conferences doesn’t necessarily mean you are a tech savvy teacher. Of course the reverse is true as well, maybe you had family events and your own kids to tend to during the summer. Are you a tech savvy teacher? A strong indicator would be that you’re even reading this article here at techfaster.com. Are you keeping your students, parents, fellow teachers and administrators up to date with the goings on in your classroom with your own blog? That’s a good sign you’re a tech savvy teacher. Just think about what the communication you can have with a blog, would have been like in the days of the ditto machine? You would have to plan out your thoughts, outline them, create a ditto original, print them, pass them out to students, and just pray they didn’t end up on the floor of the school bus. Are you networking with other teachers you’ve never met on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or a knowledge sharing educational site? Are you regularly attending edtech chat or listening to podcasts? All of these are signs that you care about your own professional development, living in current times and caring about your students. YouTube, Twitter, SnapChat, Minecraft, Instagram, and Vine are all a part of your students lives. Facebook, Pinterest and email are all a part of your students’ parents’ lives. You’re almost too far behind if you’re not a “tech savvy” teacher. Check out the infographic below and see how you stack up.

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anne walker's curator insight, August 3, 8:37 AM

Some Tech-Savvy goals worth aiming towards.

arveen kaur's curator insight, August 3, 8:24 PM

Yall should know

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Professional routines for Tech-savvy teachers, but also useful for tech-savvy students: creation of Personal Learning Networks, belonging to learning communities, using technology for the co-production of knowledge...

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What Technology Does What: An #edtech Chart For Teachers

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What Technology Does What: An #edtech Chart For Teachers

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7 Top Reasons Why Educators Need To Use Social Media | Edubabbling for the Masses

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As educators, it is our responsibility to do whatever it takes to help our students learn. As such, we need to utilize every tool which is provided for us.

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Melvin Garcia's curator insight, February 15, 3:27 PM

7 Razones Por Que los Educadores Tienen Que USAR vereda Los Medios Sociales:

Celeste Weinstein's curator insight, February 20, 6:51 PM

EDCI397 emphasizes the need for teachers to develop their PLN, and this blog post demonstrates the positive impact these connections can have on the classroom as a whole. Teachers who become connected through social media, such as Twitter or Pinterest, can gain the tools they need to better engage their students. Although I was initially reluctant to use Twitter and other social media as an educational tool, the collaborative opportunities and the chance to help students and their parents connect with the classroom and the world around them made me realize how essential the use of social media in the classroom can be. 

Pamela Perry King's curator insight, May 5, 8:06 AM

I recently began a school wide twitter and facebook.  Great article.

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A Map of Education Technology Through 2040 [#Infographic]

How will disruptive technology change education?

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Jeroen Bottema's curator insight, August 26, 2013 11:08 PM

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What will education look like in the future?

Considering that 10 years ago very few students carried smartphones, andtablets didn’t even exist, it’s impossible to look 20 or 30 years into the future. It is likely, however, that cloud-based technology will be the foundation for educational technology and that remote, online learning will continue to grow at a faster pace.

Will the developing world catch up with the developed world? Will residential colleges be as popular as they are today? And what about degrees…will they still mean something to employers?"

Treathyl Fox's comment, August 27, 2013 7:09 AM
I'm not a geek or tech type. I should have kept up with the technology revolution, but I didn't. But with respect to what I did learn and derive benefits from? If it's real progress, let it run its course. Don't get in the way and don't try to stop it. "Education is priceless."
Treathyl Fox's curator insight, August 27, 2013 7:11 AM

"Education is priceless."  It's not a process that should be disrupted.  If technology is disruptive, that's just ignorant!