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The 10 Commandments of Color Theory [infographic] | Visual.ly

The 10 Commandments of Color Theory [infographic] | Visual.ly | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
After the eminent success of our previous infographic, “The 10 Commandments of Typography”, DesignMantic now brings to you its sequel created upon

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16 OER Sites Every Educator Should Know -- Campus Technology

16 OER Sites Every Educator Should Know -- Campus Technology | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Open educational resources not only save students from triple-digit (or more!) textbook costs, but they also allow instructors to mix-and-match content for a more personalized, engaging learning experience. Here are 16 resources that offer a wide range of content and tools to help implement OER in just about any course.

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Lee Hall's curator insight, July 10, 1:11 PM

Mix and match your content with free textbooks and other resources.

Ann Ewel's curator insight, Today, 9:14 AM

This looks like a great resource and not only that Elizabeth who scooped it first, also looks like a great resource -- lots of interesting scoops-- one to follow!

Jean Jacoby's curator insight, Today, 2:58 PM

Really useful - why reinvent the wheel!

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31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School

31 Incredible Bulletin Boards For Back To School | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Looking to refresh your classroom for back to school? Take your pick from 31 flavors of bulletin board.
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Spotlight on Common Core Strategies for Teachers - Education Week

Spotlight on Common Core Strategies for Teachers - Education Week | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Many teachers are transitioning to the common core with new instructional strategies in place for their classrooms.
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Help! I Need Appropriately Complex Texts for my K-8 Students ...

Help! I Need Appropriately Complex Texts for my K-8 Students ... | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
I want to emphasize the awesomeness of two complex text resources for K-8 teachers: NewsELA and ReadWorks.org. I'll also share some caveats for your.
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Yes.  Your librarians can assist, too. 

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We Are Teachers

We Are Teachers | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
See the books that grades 9-12 teachers say are must-haves for your classroom library. (Best books for grades 9-12—as chosen by #teachers like you!
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Not many surprises...

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Ira Schwartz Accountability Poem 2014

Ira Schwartz, Associate Commissioner of Assessment for NYSED, reads his annual accountability poem at the summer DATAG conference. 7/10/2014.
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Library, schools promote reading to avoid summer 'brain drain' - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Library, schools promote reading to avoid summer 'brain drain' - Casper Star-Tribune Online | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Library, schools promote reading to avoid summer 'brain drain'
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Offer a 10 percent prize for close guesses. A soccer ball. ...
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Same Genes Rule Math, Reading Skills - Discovery News

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Same Genes Rule Math, Reading Skills
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A common set of genes play a role in learning to read and do math, with tiny variants influencing a child's skills in these tasks, according to a study published Tuesday.
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Miami-Dade libraries: Not just for reading anymore - MiamiHerald.com

Miami-Dade libraries: Not just for reading anymore - MiamiHerald.com | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Miami-Dade libraries: Not just for reading anymore
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One library, the California Club branch, would close, but a new one under construction, the Northeast branch, would open.
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Picky reader? Let your child try nonfiction or biography - Salisbury Post

Picky reader? Let your child try nonfiction or biography - Salisbury Post | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Picky reader? Let your child try nonfiction or biography
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What constitutes reading? How do you find that perfect book for a child's interests? With summer reading in full swing, it's a relevant question.
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Skaneateles school district hires New York State deputy education commissioner as superintendent

Skaneateles school district hires New York State deputy education commissioner as superintendent | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
The Skaneateles Central School Board has hired a New York State Deputy Education Commissioner to be the district's next superintendent.
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Another defector! 

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Five Amazing Videos That Show Why Science is Awesome

Five Amazing Videos That Show Why Science is Awesome | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Science teachers looking for fun videos to show how shockingly exciting science can be, look no further.
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From a video, spawn a classroom Inquiry project!  Start with questions…end with answers! 

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Secret 'watermarks' record details of music and TV show pirates

Secret 'watermarks' record details of music and TV show pirates | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
New technology that tracks the details of every person who illegally downloads a file could wipe out video and music piracy, researchers from Australia's Deakin University say. Bruno Mars (pictured) was last year's most pirated musician.

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Watermarks for music  Interesting!  Audio Datamining?

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Elizabeth E Charles's curator insight, Today, 6:02 AM

Assuming that this technology is taken up by the industry and is applied to audio visual material it will only be a matter of time before this too is applied to other  e-content publishers.

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Working for a better life - Glens Falls Post-Star

Working for a better life - Glens Falls Post-Star | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Working for a better life
Glens Falls Post-Star
Since last fall, she has been working twice a week with Krista Conrick, an instructor for the WSWHE BOCES Adult Literacy Training program in Glens Falls.
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Complex Texts: Let Readers Make Their Meaning First | MiddleWeb

Complex Texts: Let Readers Make Their Meaning First | MiddleWeb | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Don't force students to "take" rather than "make" meaning from complex texts. To deepen thinking, let them first notice and think about the layers of content.
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Love this poignant perspective.  I love close read, but agree that the kids have to "own" it and digest it--not the teacher.  

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How does the brain speak to itself? - MIT Technology Review

How does the brain speak to itself? - MIT Technology Review | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
MIT Technology Review
How does the brain speak to itself?
MIT Technology Review
Consider the near-ubiquitous ASCII code representing the 128 characters, including numbers and alphanumeric text, used in communications such as plain-text e-mail.
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Standards and Testing in the Obama Administration - Education Next

Standards and Testing in the Obama Administration - Education Next | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
To finance Race to the Top, the US Department of Education took discretionary stimulus money that could be used as conditional grants, and then turned a portion of that money into a competitive grant program.
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Why do they have money?  Because most states winning the money…have had difficulty complying.  

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Integrating Fluency and Syntax Instruction with Complex Text ...

Integrating Fluency and Syntax Instruction with Complex Text ... | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
... developing fluency with “hard” text and its syntax. Although the video is short, it is includes a lot of good information including a short lesson demonstration of how to incorporate fluency and syntax instruction with complex text.
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Great CCSS Research endeavor!

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I posted this, but couldn't help reflect that this would make a GREAT CCSS research project.  EQ:  Should we worry about piracy and vanishing royalties?  (With the rise of Pandora usage and Spotify, will royalties disappear and the industry die?)  Create an evidence based claim to support your opinion!   

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Let's Close Read Taylor Swift's 'WSJ' Op-Ed As Though We Are In High School ... - Bustle

Let's Close Read Taylor Swift's 'WSJ' Op-Ed As Though We Are In High School ...
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So this use of a metaphor means one thing: we must close read a few passages from Taylor Swift's op ed as though we were in a high school English class.
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Had to smile as I read this and wondered how students would react while reading this… 

 

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Experimental procedure could replace reading glasses - WTHR

Experimental procedure could replace reading glasses - WTHR | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Experimental procedure could replace reading glasses WTHR "The lens works by having a clear center portion so the light goes through unimpeded and therefore the distance vision remains good and the surround has power that enables us to see up...
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Cool…I'll let them practice on others for a while.  Then, I'll sign up. 

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West Orange Middle School Promotes Reading Around The World - TheAlternativePress.com

West Orange Middle School Promotes Reading Around The World - TheAlternativePress.com | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
TheAlternativePress.com West Orange Middle School Promotes Reading Around The World TheAlternativePress.com As they leave the tickets, the staff has been taking pictures and sending them back to Liberty reading teacher Maryann Solimo, who is...
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Can reading make you smarter?

Can reading make you smarter? | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Dan Hurley: There is evidence that reading can increase levels of all three major categories of intelligence.
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Carpe Diem!  Read. 

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What's said in 140 characters can last a lifetime

What's said in 140 characters can last a lifetime | News for North Country Cybrarians | Scoop.it
Nicole Kraft believes the days of making a good first impression with a firm handshake and a nice suit are long gone.
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Data Mining should be part of your Cyber-curriculum !  The ugly truth 

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