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Educational search engines | Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Educational search engines | Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Collection of Ed Tech and Mobile Learning articles/posts on  a variety of search engines for a variety of disciplines. Great resource.

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A useful free resource for online research...

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Story Pirates - YouTube

Story Pirates - YouTube | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
For more information on shows, school programs and late-nite comedy spectaculars, please visit StoryPirates.org Story Pirates has been committed to providing...
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Educational search engines | Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Educational search engines | Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Seems like a good site - I look forward to fully exploring it...

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Elizabeth E Charles's curator insight, January 19, 9:40 AM

Collection of Ed Tech and Mobile Learning articles/posts on  a variety of search engines for a variety of disciplines. Great resource.

Emma Greengrass's curator insight, January 20, 2:53 AM

A useful free resource for online research...

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Using Tumblr as a tool in formative assessment « Indigeneity ...

Earlier today I posted this post on a Tumblr blog I made specifically for my EFL students. It's part of a bigger project I'm doing this semester as a way to hopefully help my students improve their language skills - both when it ...
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Using Writing Prompts to Jumpstart Student Writing | The ...

Using Writing Prompts to Jumpstart Student Writing | The ... | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
Reposted with permission from blog.texthelp.com The last few posts on this blog have been on word prediction software, which is a technology that can help a variety of...
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Winners of Langston Hughes 2014 writing award announced - Lawrence Journal World

Winners of Langston Hughes 2014 writing award announced - Lawrence Journal World | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
Winners of Langston Hughes 2014 writing award announced
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The winners of this year's Langston Hughes writing awards are Justin Runge and Crystal Boson.
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Different examples of formative assessment

Different examples of formative assessment | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
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I've created a presentation (with some help from my colleagues) on different examples of formative assessment.
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6 Principles for Student Management in the Urban Classroom

6 Principles for Student Management in the Urban Classroom | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
Teaching in love with endurance allows you to cultivate the skills and abilities of your students through your content lessons to help them give back to their communities and to society as a whole.
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Classroom management detours students from 'school-to-prison' route

Classroom management detours students from 'school-to-prison' route | English Language Arts | Scoop.it
Discipline rules in the classroom are just as strict as they were 20 years ago, which spells a problem in classroom management that detours students from the school building to a prison cell. Throwing a small temper tantrum is ...
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