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First, let me say, I have copyrighted the terms Flipped Classroom, Flipped Learning, Flipped Teaching and #flipclass. No one in the media can write a story using any of the terms without consulting me.
Informed Librarian Online is a current awareness web site and newsletter for all librarians and information professionals covering all of the librarians' professional reading.
Building a Better Librarian: Why Your Work as a Librarian Begins LONG Before Your Graduate Program by Courtney E. Jacobs, is directed to those aspiring librarians seeking advice on the perilous journey ahead, as well as to colleagues, supervisors, and mentors of aspiring librarians who seek to offer the same assistance we have all benefited from in the past.
Collection of resources realted to iPads in K12 education curated by Kathy Schrock. There are lots of lists of suggested apps generated by multiple schools. if you have some time to spend just browsing, this seems a good place to start.
"I came across this great e-book from RM education today that is full of realistic lesson ideas about using the iPad in the classroom. It covers all key learning areas and is definitely worth the download. Enjoy. Access it here."
The pdf has a number of workflows using Ipad's across a range of subject areas.
It’s time to take a step back and learn from what others have done. If you’re considering iPads (or really any device purchase), give your due diligence and take a look at the following cases. I went through each of these cases and tried to ascertain the biggest takeaways. Hope they help you in your journey to iPad implementation!
And.....52% Host Book Clubs in the Library 40% Don't Belong in a Book Club and Don't Host a Book Club 5% Host a Book Club and Belong to an Adult Book Club 2% Teachers Host a Book Club 1% Belong to an Adult Book Club
A good question...why should techies care about education theory? In this post Audrey Watters notes that "Debates about education are by no means new: What’s the best way to teach? What’s the best way to learn? What should the curriculum be? Who should have access to specialized knowledge and specialized training? How does technology impact all of these questions?" Having a knowledge of the history of education and theories of education allows us to better understand and apply what we know. This post looks at five education theorists of the 20th century: John Dewey, Maria Montessori, Jean Piaget, B.F. Skinner and Paolo Freire. Watters invites you to provide suggestions as to whom is missing, or write a post on others 20th century education theorists, and to think about which one has influenced you the most.