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27 Ways To Publish Student Thinking

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"Publishing student thinking can be among the most powerful ways to improve learning.

There are a variety of reasons for this, but the biggest reason is that the 'threat' of publishing moves the lodestone from the classroom to the 'real world.' This, of course, changes everything."

Via Beth Dichter
Beth Dichter's curator insight, December 27, 2012 10:33 PM

The post continues to explore what should be published, noting that "finished products and the thinking process itself are two very different things." 

Why publish? Think of it as a process of authentic experience. Students like to have the ability to see their work online and have others respond to it. The post provides a table that lists 25 apps that range from "videos to graphics, blogging to concept mapping" across many platforms. This is interactive and links to edshelf where you may learn more about the app. In addition there is a list of 27 tools (many of which are listed inthe table). 

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9 Mac shortcuts to save you hours – The Mission – Medium

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Here are the 9 must-know, least-known shortcuts to help you master your Mac. Research shows that we are conditioned to remember 9 items at once, so let’s get to it. For Mac and Chrome users:
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