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My View: What a 21st-century science classroom should look like

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CNN’s Schools of Thought blog covers education from a variety of perspectives that include policies, practices and people.
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100 Useful Resources for Teachers and Students of Open Source - Study Hall

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100 Useful Resources for Teachers and Students of Open Source

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Utopia Docs

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Utopia Docs... Scientific all in one PDF document platform for any specific topic or research.

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What if You Flipped Your Faculty Meetings? - The Tempered Radical

What if You Flipped Your Faculty Meetings? - The Tempered Radical | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
Dear Principals, I've got a professional challenge for you: I want you to flip every faculty meeting during the 2012-2013 school year. Doing so would be a breeze, I bet. You could: (1). Use YouTube's video recorder and your laptop's...
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What Type of Learner Are You? [Infographic]

What Type of Learner Are You? [Infographic] | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
Do you remember how you used to do your revisions in school and after? Which way was the most effective for you?
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Promethean and Channel One News Announce The Parent ...

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Combining current events with standards aligned content will advance our efforts to helping all students build 21st Century skills, said Darryl LaGace, Chief Information and Technology Officer, San Diego Unified School District.
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 21st century pedagogy teachers should be aware of

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 21st century pedagogy teachers should be aware of | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it

Interpersonal learning , personalized learning, second life learning , 3d learning, collaborative learning and virtual learning , these are just some of the few buzz words you would be hearing so often in today’s educational literature.

 


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PBLU.org | Making Projects Click

PBLU.org | Making Projects Click | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it

Excellent resources for Project-Based Learning. Please join and become an active in this organization. 

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Everything I Need to Know about IT Management I Learned from “Star Trek” (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE.edu

Everything I Need to Know about IT Management I Learned from “Star Trek” (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE.edu | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
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21st Century Professional Development for Teachers and Schools

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21st century schools call for new and innovative ways to continually improve practice. Professional Learning Board brings professional development to the present day!
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How Thinking in 3D Can Improve Math and Science Skills

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Flickr: Arwen Ambendstern All of us, children included, live in a three-dimensional universe—but too often parents and teachers act as if the physi...

 

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3 Technology and Learning Strategies to Steal

3 Technology and Learning Strategies to Steal | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
Find out how Digital School District winners make learning relevant and real.

 

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20 Exciting Teaching Tools of Tomorrow - Online Universities

20 Exciting Teaching Tools of Tomorrow - Online Universities | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
Read on to learn about just a few of the websites, programs, and amazing technologies of the future teachers and students alike will soon be using.
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Two Awesome Videos for Teachers to Watch

Two Awesome Videos for Teachers to Watch | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it

Watching videos of relevant interest is a major part of our professional development. Although a video might sometimes take you more time than would a written article, still there are many benifts these multimeida clips provide and most important of them all is engagement.


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Engaging Students | KQED

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America's kids are overworked and stressed-out. At least, that's become the conventional wisdom. But a report published this week by the Center for American Progress finds that many students say their school work is actually too easy.
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Paperless Meetings: Can the Practice be Replicated in Classroom Lessons?

Paperless Meetings: Can the Practice be Replicated in Classroom Lessons? | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
Last week, I experienced a highly effective, paperless faculty meeting. Then I started wondering, Can I follow the same procedures in lessons? The faculty meeting went like this: 1. One or two slid...
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Teaching Traveling: Travel and Global Education Ideas

Teaching Traveling: Travel and Global Education Ideas | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
Site for Teachers who want to travel, and Travelers who want to teach abroad through volunteer or paid jobs. Also, great information on Global Education curriculum, work abroad programs, and teacher travel grants.
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What is a 21st century teacher?

What is a 21st century teacher? | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
If we want to gain respect as a profession, then we must embrace a 21st century model of constant growth and improvement.

 

 

 

 

Be a reflective practitioner.

 

This is probably one of the most important areas, as we as a profession have in many ways not changed in 100 years. Tools in our classrooms have changed, but the pedagogy and practice have not. A 21st-century teacher is able to look at his or her practices and adapt and change based on the needs of learners. Too many teachers are teaching as they did when they started their careers 10, 20 or 30 years ago. What we know about student learning and motivation has changed; so, too, must the art of teaching.

 

===> Stagnation is the death of any teacher. <===

 

Read more:

http://smartblogs.com/education/2012/06/22/what-21st-century-teacher/

 


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Konstantinos Kalemis's comment, July 1, 2012 6:14 AM
Teachers have a lot to do with their students' motivational level. A student may arrive in class with a certain degree of motivation. But the teacher's behavior and teaching style, the structure of the course, the nature of the assignments and informal interactions with students all have a large effect on student motivation.
Educational psychology has identified two basic classifications of motivation - intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation arises from a desire to learn a topic due to its inherent interests, for self-fulfillment, enjoyment and to achieve a mastery of the subject.
On the other hand, extrinsic motivation is motivation to perform and succeed for the sake of accomplishing a specific result or outcome. Students who are very grade-oriented are extrinsically motivated, whereas students who seem to truly embrace their work and take a genuine interest in it are intrinsically motivated.
As the population of the World Wide Web (WWW) increases, its use as a means of delivering instruction is also growing. Several researchers (Parson, 1998; Alexander, 1995; Miller, 1995a & 1995b) argued that while implementing a new technology, educators should evaluate how and why students learn via the new technology in order to help with curriculum and instructional designs. Additionally, Parson (1998) stressed the importance of understanding how the new technology can affect learning when it is used by different types of learners.
Identifying students’ learning styles helps educators understand how people perceive and process information in different ways. According to Cano, Garton, and Raven (1992), one of the most widely studied learning style theories contrasts field-dependence and field-independence. Several studies (Annis, 1979; Moore & Dwyer, 1992; Ronning, McCurdy, & Ballinger, 1984) have shown that field-independent people tend to outperform field-dependent people in various settings. However, in their study related to the effects of learning styles on achievement in a WWW course, Day, Raven, and Newman (1997) found learning styles had no effect on student achievement or attitudes toward Web-based instruction, which echoes the findings of the study on learning styles in a hypermedia environment conducted by Liu and Reed (1994).
The taxonomy of learning styles developed by Curry (1990) used the concepts of learning styles, student achievement, and motivation to explain the process of learning. Learning styles consist of a combination of motivation, engagement, and cognitive processing habits, which then influence the use of metacognitve skills such as situation analysis, self-pacing, and self-evaluation to produce a learning outcome. Curry’s taxonomy (1990) suggested that motivation, learning styles, and student achievement are associated



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Hi, Thanks for your valuable comment, much appreciated. Have a nice Sunday.
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Bloom's Digital Taxonomy Pyramid

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This view of the Taxonomy not only provides the cognitive categories, but also provides plenty of suggestions for now to teach with technology at each level.  Nice work!


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Carol Koechlin's comment, June 23, 2012 8:42 AM
Consider what happens if you flip bloom http://plpnetwork.com/2012/05/15/flipping-blooms-taxonomy/
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13 Websites That Offer Free eBooks for Teachers

13 Websites That Offer Free eBooks for Teachers | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it
On average, using one free eBook instead of a printed copy can save your class around $450! Try perusing these 13 websites to find free teacher eBooks.

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About Professional Learning Board

Applying expertise in instructional strategies and integrating state-of-the-art learning technology to design educational programs and courses that result in increased knowledge and performance for students and teachers.

 

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10 Disturbing New Facts About Math Textbooks | Edudemic

10 Disturbing New Facts About Math Textbooks | Edudemic | 21st Century Teaching and Learning Resources | Scoop.it

Important bullet points from the article:


 


1. About half (49%) of teachers surveyed believe their textbooks are ineffective for English Language Learners.


 


2. Nearly all (89%) of K-8 math teachers say they need to supplement their text with additional materials because they’re so inadequate.


 


3.The most widely used textbook is also the lowest rated.


 


4. 4 out of 5 (82%) teachers feel compelled to create their own / borrow materials from other teachers.


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Curation vs. Blogging: The Difference Is In The Focus

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Robin Good: If curation is all about finding and sharing great content, what's the difference with what so many bloggers have been doing until now?

The difference, according to Deanna Dahlsad at Kitsch-Slapped, is in the focus. While bloggers often cover just about anything that intercepts their online wanderings, curators are characterized by a strong focus on a specific topic.  

 

Here is a key passage from her article: "Many bloggers spend their time selecting what they consider the best of what other people have created on the web and post it at their own sites, just like a magazine or newspaper.

 

Or they provide a mix of this along with writing or otherwise creating their own content. Not to split hairs, but curation involves less creation and more searching and sifting; curation’s more a matter of focused filtering than it is writing.


Because content curation is expected to be based on such focused filtering, it begins far more based on topic selection.

 

This is much different from blogging, where bloggers are often advised to “just begin” and let their voice and interests accumulate over time to eventually reveal a primary theme.

 

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Some collectors just collect what they like as they stumble into it. …Sometimes, collectors just keep piling up stuff, no matter what it is. Even if this isn’t hoarding, it’s not-so-much of a purposeful pursuit.

 

But professional curators, those who manage collections for museums or other organizations, and serious collectors, they maintain a specific focus.

 

And rather than stumbling into items, they continually seek for specific items.

 

The definition dictates the curation — and everything from funding to their continued employment is based on how well their collection meets the collection’s definition.

 

While blogging success may be thought of in many different ways, the success of content curation lies in how well you define, search/research, and stick to your subject."

 

Rightful. 8/10

 

Full article: http://www.kitsch-slapped.com/2012/06/facts-questions-on-blogging-curating-collecting/ ;

 


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Robin Good's comment, June 19, 2012 4:21 PM
Thank you Deanna for writing it!
AnneMarie Cunningham's curator insight, March 14, 2013 2:13 PM

another explanation of curation

Everett Hudson's comment, March 22, 2013 10:50 AM
you have great ideas. more please!