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35 Ways To Build Your Personal Learning Network Online

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Personal learning networks are a great way for educators to get connected with learning opportunities, access professional development resources, and to build camaraderie with other education professionals.
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The adjacent possible

A beautiful way of thinking baout what is possible and next.

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Response: Classroom Strategies to Foster a Growth Mindset

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An award-winning English and Social Studies teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., Larry Ferlazzo is the author of Helping Students Motivate Themselves: Practical Answers To Classroom Challenges, The ESL/ELL Teacher's Survival...
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Why Schools Should Help Students Find Their Passion

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Open your mind

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In association with Thinking at Every Desk by Drs. Derek and Laura Cabrera.
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What To Do If Your School Bans Useful Websites

What To Do If Your School Bans Useful Websites | Second to None | Scoop.it
Today is Banned Website Awareness Day, and all across the country, educators are doing their part to raise awareness of how overly restrictive blocking of edu...
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35 Ways To Build Your Personal Learning Network Online

35 Ways To Build Your Personal Learning Network Online | Second to None | Scoop.it
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Eight Things in Education That Will Change in the Digital Age

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http://youtu.be/sXpbONjV1Jc "Are we asking our students to collect dots or connect dots?" asks author Seth Godin, who wrote the book Stop Stealing Dreams.
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Our Story, Our Vision: Thinking at Every Desk | Thinking at Every Desk

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Some time ago, my colleague, Dr. Laura Colosi, shared a common frustration that our students at an Ivy League university –that presumably attracts some ...
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Freakonomics » The Best Third-Grade Teacher Ever

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How Important is Grit in Student Achievement?

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When it comes to high achievement, grit may be as essential as intelligence.
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Rethinking professional development

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Creating an environment in which such bottom-up, teacher-led, The work of a teacher is both challenging and complex and requires high standards of professional competence and commitment. However, research shows that formal professional development may not be the optimum means by which such high standards of professional competence can be achieved. The principal reason for this is that traditional CPD tends to be based on one-off events1 that can often be a solitary activity and can seem remote from colleagues, students and classroom practice in general


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Kristin Walters's comment, October 4, 2012 5:26 AM
Thanks for bringing this to my attention, am in the midst of doing this in school now