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The Innovators Who Are Transforming U.S. Education

The Innovators Who Are Transforming U.S. Education | Lesson Plan | Scoop.it
Dedicated entrepreneurs are getting American students excited about science and math.
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Social Media Advice For College Grads From A Hiring Manager - MarketingThink by Gerry Moran | Social Media & Marketing Coaching Blog

Social Media Advice For College Grads From A Hiring Manager - MarketingThink by Gerry Moran | Social Media & Marketing Coaching Blog | Lesson Plan | Scoop.it
Are you a new college graduate, a recently graduated Millennial or a parent that wants to get your child out of the house and onto a successful career? Read on!
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True also for everyone else in the workforce.

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There Are Only Four Jobs in the Whole World – Are You in the Right One?

There Are Only Four Jobs in the Whole World – Are You in the Right One? | Lesson Plan | Scoop.it
For the past 30 years my company has been involved in creating over 2,500 different performance-based job descriptions that define the actual work a person needs to do to be considered successful.
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This boils the concept of work down to it's basic component parts. Very interesting way to look at staff requirements, team building and motivation.

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Success of Blended Learning Depends on Innovation, Study Says

Success of Blended Learning Depends on Innovation, Study Says | Lesson Plan | Scoop.it
A study from the Lexington Institute examines ways blended learning is affecting K-12 education, for better or worse.
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Diane Ravitch Rebukes Education Activists' 'Reign Of Error'

A former assistant education secretary now criticizes what she calls the privatization of education.
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Invent to Learn @ISTE 2013 | Invent To Learn

Invent to Learn @ISTE 2013 | Invent To Learn | Lesson Plan | Scoop.it

Join Gary Stager and Sylvia Martinez on Sunday, June 23, 2013 for Invent To Learn @ ISTE 2013, a workshop about making in the classroom. Join colleagues for an energizing day of “hard fun” as we invent, tinker, and “learn learning.” Participants will engage in a variety of projects using modern tools and technology – the perfect way to get ready for ISTE.

The location overlooking the River Walk is easily walkable from hotels near the ISTE conference site.

A delicious Tex-Mex lunch will be served along with continental breakfast and snacks. Makers need their energy!

Each attendee will also receive a copy of the just released book Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom (a $34.95 value.)

Date: Sunday, June 23rd 2013 (You will have plenty of time to get to the ISTE opening session)

Time: 9AM – 3PM

Location: The Original Mexican Restaurant (map)
528 River Walk St San Antonio, TX 78205

Price: $85 includes 6 hour workshop, continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks, plus a copy of Invent To Learn – Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom.

Register today – space is limited!

 

Read more about the workshop at http://www.inventtolearn.com/invent-to-learn-iste-2013/

 


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Gordon Dahlby's curator insight, May 22, 2013 5:03 AM

Convenient parallel workshop in ISTE host city.

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We Are Finalists at Education Innovation Summit | the pluralsight blog

We Are Finalists at Education Innovation Summit | the pluralsight blog | Lesson Plan | Scoop.it
We are excited to announce that we are finalists at the Education Innovation Summit, for the Return on Education Innovation award happening in Arizona this week. Aaron will be presenting a small talk about online education ...
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