I’m both in awe and encouraged at the current trend of teacher-led professional learning occurring across our country. Our nations’ teachers are taking control of their own learning and are using a wide variety of social media platforms to do so.
Post by Jeff Dunn, Edudemic, on how teachers can use the numerous resources in Wikipedia to best effect, while still applying, as Jeff says, 'a big grain of salt as they're written by Wikipedia'. Some useful ideas though criticality and selectiveness are needed, as a cautionary note.
"Wondering about the latest releases in the world of educational technology? Well I have compiled my usual bi-weekly round-up of the major web tools you might need to know about. The websites below, besides being new here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, they also have some educational potential that you, teachers and educators, might capitalize on.
As you know by now, the titles I include in these lists are all web tools that I have come across in my daily online meandering. Each time I stumble upon a good tool that one of my fellow bloggers reviewed, I add it to my bookrmaking list till I end up having a "meaty" collection for you. You can also check the previous posts I have featured here before in this page. http://ow.ly/lLlcZ ; "
The single most innovative concept in education is at least 100 years old Quartz There's a whisper in the air. The long-awaited reform in education, they report, is finally here. The proposed solution?