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Excellent resource, it helps to bring quality information together in one place.
A few of my faculty members have been asking about ways they can use Twitter in the classroom recently. As I helped them integrate Twitter into their own classrooms, I started developing a running ...
Excellent Ed Blog to follow overall. Thanks, Aditi Rao!
Mobile Blogging With Edublogs http://t.co/ujKuQUYMf9
The easier it is to blog, the more likely it is a teacher will blog.
Check this interesting graphic that actually places example iPad applications into Bloom’s levels of performance in the cognitive domain.
You will thank me for passing this along....I am sure there are even newer ipad apps we could include. Enjoy!
How to Teach Without a Lecture and other fun
Excellent blog focused on the power of educational infographics. Really worth checking out. Share!
An unfortunate number of schools are afraid of connecting students and their collective angst is coming at a huge cost to our students.
Something we know intuitively to be an excellent educational need but which we find roadblocked all too often.
"Dear Socially Stephanie, I run a small online business that teaches students how to write better essays and prepares them for the SAT Writing section. How do I get a bigger audience for my blog?
Helpful points on the most direct process and pathway to your blogging being more successful.
A lot of great articles talk about what you should do when you teach online. But what a new online teacher really needs is a list of what NOT to do when teaching online.
A must-read for online teachers. Spot on!
An insightful article on the topic - a good read which is thought-provoking at the very least; compelling for some.
Excellent infographic which outlines the course design proces in an easily understood way. Time to check into LearnDash, everyone.
Excellent content here - great blogs and good to follow. Share!
Reading this information and passing it along is a perfect use of your time and will bolster your pride at being an educator. Share!
Excellent book review and insight into a medium that is often overlooked as a foundation for storytelling and the study of literary construction. Keep an eye on this blog!
Passing along some very useful information to teachers who love menus of tech possibilities.
Blog: The Power of the Lurker
Affirming blog which let's educators know the value of reading and writing, blog-style.
For all the attention focused on teacher impact, there's been relatively little attention paid to principals. I think this is because we're quicker to reme
Every educator knows how important it is to have a principal who is not only knowledgeable, but compassionate, approachable, available, and the epitome of integrity. Knowing their staff allows them to leverage their strengths and hire to complete the team, If you agree, share!
A new iPhone app called Shadow Puppet lets users generate narrated tutorial videos or photo slideshows straight from their phone.
This looks promising. Give it a try and let me know what you think! Share!
International Dot Day was celebrated on September 15th and celebrates the famous book The Dot by author Peter Reynolds. We did two Dot themed iLessons last week in celebration. Both iLessons are ...
Did you miss International Dot Day? Not to worry - this blogger has many ideas utilizing technology in educational and creative ways. Check it out!
Empowering and connecting teachers, administrators, and parents with innovative solutions and resources to better education. Join the conversation today!
Educators will benefit from reading Terry's blog on a regular basis. Teacher morale? Check! Best practices? Check! Support and motivation? Check! Please share!
Altitude Summit is your definitive resource for the very serious business of brilliant blogging. With annual conferences around the United States, Alt has become an established community of top creative thinkers and entrepreneurs.
This online summit opportunity might be just the thing if you are looking to spread the word through blogging. Check it out!
If you know me, you know this is a personal passion. "Sullivan clearly articulates what it means to be a reflective practitioner and expresses her hopes that new teachers come to know that spending 15 minutes reflecting ultimately has more impact on student learning than entering grades into the online database."
We can't ignore the responsibility we have as educators to teach students how to use internet resources. Too many young people have erroneously assumed if it is on the internet, they can use it. Important and timely article here....thank you, Liz Homan.
Jennifer Roberts: I find plagiarism to be rare among my students. By rare I mean it occurs less than once or twice per major assignment. Some times it is intentional and some times unintentional. Sometimes it is almost the whole paper and other times just a few sentences borrowed and not cited. Sometimes it is a sign of laziness and other times it is a call for help from a student who really did not know how else to tackle the essay. It is always a teachable moment and I almost never see a second offense from the same student.
Important entry into the conversation regarding plagiarism among our students. What's your response?
My 20th high school reunion is quickly approaching this October. My memories are numerous; late Friday nights at Omega, roller-skating at the Playdium, football games, dances, laughs and friendships that still continue today. However, with all of...
Thank you, Robyn Shulman, for reminding us. Thank you, Teresa Urda and Natalie Scibilia.
@ronnieburt crafts a comprehensive article explaining all the parameters of copyright, fair use, and Creative Commons. Important content for educators and students. Share!