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Evaluating Websites as Information Sources

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Using a six-point strategy, teachers can help students learn about responsible web research by assessing the validity of most information that they’ll encounter online.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 23, 10:15 AM

I'd like to see a bit more personalisation and critical thinking in here, but it's a start.

Adrian Muñoz's curator insight, September 26, 3:19 PM

Información sobre los webs

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Over 100 Digital Tools and Apps To Share For The New School Year!

Over 100 Digital Tools and Apps To Share For The New School Year! | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
We have been bringing together lots of digital tools and apps in this new Google Document . Once this list is filled, we will creat
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Why the Next 10 Years of Educational Technologies will Smash the Last 10

Why the Next 10 Years of Educational Technologies will Smash the Last 10 | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it

When you think about the advance of technology in society in the last decade, the progress has been phenomenal – just take a look at these examples to see how far we have come in such a short space of time. Now, think about education. Think about the technology in your school ten years ago – perhaps a computer suite with an unreliable bank of PC’s; CD-ROMs; discs; slow, irrelevant programs; staff scared of using IT; and so on.


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Brett.Ashley.Crawford's curator insight, September 20, 9:23 AM
While consumers enjoy the 'fun' of many of these technologies -- education is where their applications will soar. #art #tech @techinthearts
Kevin Morrison's curator insight, September 20, 10:42 AM
This is all great news but as a parent and having watched as my kids go through K12 it is abundantly evident and clear that none of this technology is worth a thing unless the educators that are using it as a tool understand it and can wield it to their benefit. Sadly they are having a tough time getting to grips with simple devices like iPads and Chrome pads with NO special software other than the reporting software. To which I am finding they are having trouble just posting things such as grades and test scores.
Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, September 20, 12:26 PM
They paint a rosy picture. I hope it's true!
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Parenting in the Digital Age Infographic

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Parenting in the Digital Age Infographic Parents are facing completely new challenges in the digital age. With kids being more tech-savvy than any other previous generation, parents need to make an extra effort to understand how their little ones are using the technology at their fingertips. The... http://elearninginfographics.com/parenting-in-the-digital-age/
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Why replacing teachers with automated education lacks imagination

Why replacing teachers with automated education lacks imagination | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
We can do better than this impoverished view of the role of technology in education. The innovations that we need are ones that imagine creative new ways to organise education. They are ones that use technology to provide learners with opportunities for personal transformation.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 3, 1:55 AM

A good read.

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Five storytelling techniques to support literacy in the classroom

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Storytelling in the classroom can be a powerful way to support literacy. Children can be so absorbed in the tale, they are inspired to retell what they’ve heard to others, motivated to read it for themselves and encouraged to take it further and write their own parts or versions.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 9, 4:11 AM

Some nice tips and ideas.

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Digital Citizenship: Two Perspectives on Using Social Media in Education

Digital Citizenship: Two Perspectives on Using Social Media in Education | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
Social media plays a huge role in our lives & the lives of our students. We asked two social media rockstars for their advice on social media in education.
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15 Smart Study Tactics Based on the Latest Brain Research

15 Smart Study Tactics Based on the Latest Brain Research | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it

Think you know everything there is to know about smart studying? You may be surprised by some of the past year’s research. Below are 15 new insights on how to prep for exams and boost your academic achievements in general.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 29, 12:49 AM

Some interesting and useful insights.

Character Minutes's curator insight, June 29, 11:33 AM
Some new data out there plus a good reminder of what we know will students!

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Why our children are so bored at school, cannot wait, get easily frustrated and have no real friends?

Why our children are so bored at school, cannot wait, get easily frustrated and have no real friends? | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
I am an occupational therapist with 10 years of experience working with children, parents, and teachers. I completely agree with this teacher’s message that our children getting worse and worse in many aspects.
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12 Facets of Education That Will Be Obsolete By 2025

12 Facets of Education That Will Be Obsolete By 2025 | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
A growth mindset is the idea that, whatever level of talent you have, you can always develop further through hard work, good strategies, and mentorship from others. In a growth mindset, the main goal is to get smarter, to challenge your brain, make those new connections, and grow your abilities over time.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 27, 12:40 AM

Some interesting ideas.

Arnie Rotenberg's curator insight, May 27, 7:50 AM
Very interesting ideas
johanna krijnsen's curator insight, May 28, 2:21 AM
'the University of Everywhere will be open to everyone and educational resources that have been scarce and expensive for centuries will be abundant and free.'
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Doodle to learn?

Doodle to learn? | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
As a teenager I spent hours doodling in my exercise books - much to the chagrin of my teachers. Unlike the example from this report from Harvard Business Review on the scientific case for doodling while taking notes, my doodles were creative pieces that were more in keeping with hippy style swirls influenced by Hungarian…

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Empowering Teachers Through Self Publishing

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This is the slide deck from Nik’s Keynote presentation at the 8th Virtual Round Table Web Conference 6-8 May 2016 (Fri-Sun). It covers his journey through self publishing and has tips advice and links for anyone who wants to publish their own ebook.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 9, 4:04 AM

My Keynote from the 8th Virtual Round Table Web Conference.

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il self publishing e gli insegnanti
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5 Innovative Ways To Create Positive Classroom Culture

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Why Pedagogy First, Tech Second Stance is Key to the Future

Why Pedagogy First, Tech Second Stance is Key to the Future | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
When implementing and successfully sustaining a mobile learning initiative, it is imperative not to allow the device to drive instruction. Lessons, curriculum, schools and districts should never be built around technology. Everything we do in education should be built around learning. Thus, if the ultimate goal is to improve student outcomes then the role of any mobile device initiative should be to support or enhance learning.

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Pedagogy. Pedagogy. Pedagogy. Then, Technology.
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 23, 1:04 AM

I'm tempted to say "Der!"

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Gaby K. Slezák's curator insight, September 23, 7:32 AM
Tech follows learning - not the other way around.
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The Trends and Challenges Shaping Technology Adoption In Schools

The Trends and Challenges Shaping Technology Adoption In Schools | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
A panel of 59 experts from 18 countries discussed major trends in education that are driving the adoption of technology, as well as the big challenges to effective implementation. This collaborative effort helps to paint a picture of where things stand now and where they might be going.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 21, 6:03 AM

Interesting work from the New Media Consortium.

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8 Books From World-Class Leaders Telling You How To Achieve Phenomenal Success

8 Books From World-Class Leaders Telling You How To Achieve Phenomenal Success | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
Books From World-Class Leaders are your secret to success. They give you insights into being successful and make it far more likely that you'll succeed too.
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We Need to Teach Kids Creative Thinking, and We’re Teaching Them the Opposite

We Need to Teach Kids Creative Thinking, and We’re Teaching Them the Opposite | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
"Education is far less about a set of facts than a way of thinking," says professor and theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss. "And therefore what I always think should be the basis of education is not answers, but questions."

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 11, 2:12 AM

Short video interview from BigThink

Encarna Llamas's curator insight, August 12, 4:02 AM
Creativity education
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Biology of Story

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Transmedia Producer Jeff Gomez discusses creating story worlds that expand across multiple media platforms.

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Simon Staffans's curator insight, June 6, 2:11 PM
Pretty much a must - Jeff on all things story and multiplatform and transmedia etc
The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, June 7, 1:18 AM

 

Biology of Story:  "Transmedia Producer Jeff Gomez discusses creating story worlds that expand across multiple media platforms."

Rick Shaughnessy's curator insight, June 14, 11:51 AM
Just an awesome thinker laying out the framework
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Context Is Just as Important as Content in the Classroom

Context Is Just as Important as Content in the Classroom | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
Classroom context is rarely something we discuss and yet understanding it is essential for creating learning environments in which every student can thrive.

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Reclaiming Assessment for Deeper Learning

Reclaiming Assessment for Deeper Learning | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
By Stuart Udall - Education leaders are catalyzing innovative approaches to assessment that encourage a connection to deeper learning.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 27, 5:17 AM

Some interesting points.

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Why Feedback Should Come in the Middle, Not at the End

Why Feedback Should Come in the Middle, Not at the End | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it

Traditionally, we give and receive feedback at the end of projects, assignments, and units. But is this the best way to ensure progress? Researchers are saying it’s not, especially when it comes to encouraging creativity. For optimal academic achievement, teachers and students should consider placing feedback somewhere in the middle.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 28, 12:33 AM

Some good tips towards the end of the article.

Joyce Valenza's curator insight, May 30, 8:38 AM
Great advice, for younger and adult learners.
Character Minutes's curator insight, June 29, 11:37 AM
Provides tips to follow when giving feedback.

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12 Facets of Education That Will Be Obsolete By 2025

12 Facets of Education That Will Be Obsolete By 2025 | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
A growth mindset is the idea that, whatever level of talent you have, you can always develop further through hard work, good strategies, and mentorship from others. In a growth mindset, the main goal is to get smarter, to challenge your brain, make those new connections, and grow your abilities over time.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 27, 12:40 AM

Some interesting ideas.

Arnie Rotenberg's curator insight, May 27, 7:50 AM
Very interesting ideas
johanna krijnsen's curator insight, May 28, 2:21 AM
'the University of Everywhere will be open to everyone and educational resources that have been scarce and expensive for centuries will be abundant and free.'
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The Daring Librarian: The Way of the Lego

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What if teachers were also researchers?

What if teachers were also researchers? | School Librarian In Action @ Scoop It! | Scoop.it
Michelle Cordy, a third grade teacher from Ontario, Canada, calls herself an applied researcher. She believes more teachers need to be researchers who test out new approaches and analyze the results.
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 7, 11:08 AM
Teachers are researchers.
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Fostering Student Questions: Strategies for Inquiry-Based Learning

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Consider using at least one of these protocols -- QFT, Chalk Talk, Say Something, or the Harkness Discussion -- to foster student inquiry.
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