Let me open with the fact that when it comes to content (audio, video, games, photographs), I am extremely ANTI-PIRACY and I’ll debate it with anyone who wants to take up the argument that content should be free. And... if you think the title of this article has a typo, you are wrong. You see, I am in the film distribution business, and I am going to steer this rambling toward 1) film and 2) until you see my point. I want to 'sees' the moment. OK... OK... seize it. I'll stop with the bad puns as
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A head-on approach, explaining from a different perspective....
Technology tools have given us instant access to information from around the globe. We are constantly receiving information of one kind or another, from digital resources, print media, and personal contacts.
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A good synopsis of techniques for teaching/sharing/developing information literacy skills. Find the one that best suits your style or situation for collaboration.
I introduced Voki to EmergingEdTech readers back in 2011, and its overdue for another mention! This is a such a fun tool. Guest writer James Thompson offers a handful of approaches to using this unique application in teaching and learning.
Would like to be better, faster, stronger, and all that good stuff? As you might expect, the road to self-improvement isn't short, and it isn't easy. It all starts with forming good habits, habits that you can carry with you through each day of your life. Once you do them enough, they'll become second nature,…
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.”
― George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons
These are powerful words, and they speak to the power of reading to open doors to empathy, adventure, and learning. A love of reading doesn't happen automatically though. It needs to be nurtured and guided until it flourishes into a well-read, well-rounded human being.
That's why we put together a presentation of some of our favorite ways to help kids learn to love reading, gathered from the contributions of Edutopia's educators and parents.
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