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HootSuite launches an RSS reader, Syndicator, for social media managers

HootSuite launches an RSS reader, Syndicator, for social media managers | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Adobe, Digg, everyone's developing RSS readers in anticipation of Google Reader dying next week. But HootSuite's looks like it could actually be useful, especially for social media managers. HootSu...

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The Best Free Web Tools for Engaging Students in 1:1 Classrooms

A list of some of the The Best Free Web Tools for Engaging Students in 1:1 Classrooms, as presented at the Iowa 1:1 Conference in April 2014.

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Melissa Marshall's curator insight, April 30, 2014 1:35 AM

A great little slideshow of all the best free tools: enough said. 

Dico Krommenhoek's curator insight, April 30, 2014 4:59 AM

Prachtig overzicht!

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, May 1, 2014 11:54 AM

A nice and easy review of trending tools for our classrooms

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The Impact of Assigned Reading on Reading Pleasure in Young Adults

The Impact of Assigned Reading on Reading Pleasure in Young Adults | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it

Stacy Creel writes: "Modeling reading, sharing books with students, and giving students opportunities to share their choices are instrumental components of encouraging reading. In the case of this research, self-selection had a significant effect on whether or not students enjoyed the books they read for school. Since most students have access to classroom and school libraries, it is important that these collections appeal to their reading interests and offer a variety of resources to support self-selection."

 


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Self-selection for reading is so critical in middle school. One of those children in the photo above was in my library yesterday, and was amazed that he could check out Unbroken for a reading project. "We just want you to read," his teacher and I told him. He was certain he could only read chapter books, after having that drummed into him in elementary school. Here's to a newly enthusiastic reader of narrative non-fiction! (And now that he knows what it's called, he'll have a much easier time finding what he likes in my library, a class library, or public library!)

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Liz Hooijer's curator insight, March 28, 4:37 AM

Self-selection for reading is so critical in middle school. One of those children in the photo above was in my library yesterday, and was amazed that he could check out Unbroken for a reading project. "We just want you to read," his teacher and I told him. He was certain he could only read chapter books, after having that drummed into him in elementary school. Here's to a newly enthusiastic reader of narrative non-fiction! (And now that he knows what it's called, he'll have a much easier time finding what he likes in my library, a class library, or public library!)

Eric Coreas's curator insight, April 4, 1:00 AM
In this article the writer talks about how students do better reading books they actually want to read instead of the ones they are assigned. Throughout the article the writer provides a lot of data that would be useful in a research topic like this one. I also agree with the writer about student reading what they want to read will make reading more fun and enjoyable. The writer’s audience would be school districts all over the country because students do not like getting assigned boring books to read. It ruins the purpose of reading if you do not want to read something you do not like. The writer’s main point would be that students should be allowed to read whatever they want so they can enjoy it. With this being said there would be more students reading as well. The website does not seem that credible but the information in this article can be useful for an essay.
nicole mcdonagh's curator insight, April 5, 8:37 AM

Self-selection for reading is so critical in middle school. One of those children in the photo above was in my library yesterday, and was amazed that he could check out Unbroken for a reading project. "We just want you to read," his teacher and I told him. He was certain he could only read chapter books, after having that drummed into him in elementary school. Here's to a newly enthusiastic reader of narrative non-fiction! (And now that he knows what it's called, he'll have a much easier time finding what he likes in my library, a class library, or public library!)

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6th Grade Speed Dating Genres

6th Grade Speed Dating Genres | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it

We're speed dating this week. Several 6th grade teachers want their students to explore different fiction genres. I decided to make some personal ads (pictured above) for different genres or subgenres. I already had resources lists in Destiny for these genres, so it made it easy. We have eleven tables, which we'll load with books and an ad. Students will have to rotate through at least 4 tables. They'll be discussing genres in class, but I made an exit ticket so I can track which are the most popular (I still have one more book order to place.) If you're interested, here's a link to the ads, and a link to the exit ticket. The ads document has the titles listed separately at the end, to make it easier for my aides to cut them out! :)


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Ungdomssidan

Ungdomssidan | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
RT @LatinBib: Vill du ha boktips? Kolla in Malmö stadsbiblioteks ungdomssida! https://t.co/GWPMf7PRn1 De tipsar bla om "månadens bästa". M…
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Rektor - med skolbibliotek i fokus / Tingdammsskolan

Den tredje i en kort serie filmer där biblioteksutvecklaren Karin Ahlstedt möter rektorer i Malmö stad som har valt att satsa på sina skolbibliotek. Bidra
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Tweet from @EdwardJensinger

Tweet from @EdwardJensinger | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Jag är ju en gammal #skolbibliotek kramare. Rubriken på artikeln i Opsis summerar mitt ställningstagande rätt bra. https://t.co/0qre9BjD1O
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6 Tips for Creating Top-Notch Infographics For Teaching and Learning by by MIKE WALLAGHER

6 Tips for Creating Top-Notch Infographics For Teaching and Learning by by MIKE WALLAGHER | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
by MIKE WALLAGHER

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Cool! You know, you can also do it on your own w/ @comiclife

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Belinda Lim's curator insight, March 19, 10:12 AM
Using infographics for teaching allows the student to learn and understand better as they are just slides and using our own creations on how to present it. It is an effective way to teach students using infographics and it is simple and doesn't require as much time typing. I agree with what the author said about keeping it simple and easy and the students benefits from it. In the future I am sure most of the items will be controlled using technology.
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Cool! You know, you can also do it on your own w/ @comiclife

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Kolla källans wiki - om källkritik i skolan - Källkritik - exempel webbsidor

Kolla källans wiki - om källkritik i skolan - Källkritik - exempel webbsidor | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Här hittar du exempel på webbsidor, till exempel fejksidor eller fejkade bloggar, källkritiska experiment och annat som kan användas i skolans diskussioner om källkritik!
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Olika syn på upphovsrätten i årets kulturuppsats

Olika syn på upphovsrätten i årets kulturuppsats | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Fackförbundet DIK delar varje år ut ett stipendium på 5 000 kronor för bästa kulturuppsats på kandidat, magister- eller masternivå. I år heter ...
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Kolla källans wiki - om källkritik i skolan - Källkritik - filmade genomgångar

Här finns länkar till filmade genomgångar av källkritik.
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Biblioteket - skolans hjärta

RT @Malva_Lo: @MarieTrapp1 visar med sin film hur fint man kan göra i sitt skolbibliotek. Bilder från Släbro skola.
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Sökkritik | Vad gör de i biblioteket?

Sökkritik | Vad gör de i biblioteket? | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
var en term som jag hörde första gången idag, under en föreläsning av Olof Sundin, anordnad av Regionbibliotek Stockholm med rubriken Bibliotekariers arbete och algoritmernas logik.
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6 Active Learning Spaces Your Library Should Have | Knowledge Quest

6 Active Learning Spaces Your Library Should Have | Knowledge Quest | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it

Diana Rendina writes: "In the book Get Active: Reimagining Learning Spaces for Student Success, the authors identify six types of active learning spaces that are essential for creating an engaging learning environment for students. While this research (and this book) are not specifically focused on school libraries, we are the ideal place in our schools to encompass all six types of learning spaces in one location. We are the learning hubs of our schools after all. :)"




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We're busy constructing our timeline to do some low-cost library remodeling/reconfiguring this summer. We're hoping to relocate our large group presentation space to a darker area of the library so everyone can SEE what's on the screen! That will give us room for collaborative and small group workspace. Of course, extensive weeding is the first step so we can free up some floor space!

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We're busy constructing our timeline to do some low-cost library remodeling/reconfiguring this summer. We're hoping to relocate our large group presentation space to a darker area of the library so everyone can SEE what's on the screen! That will give us room for collaborative and small group workspace. Of course, extensive weeding is the first step so we can free up some floor space!

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We're busy constructing our timeline to do some low-cost library remodeling/reconfiguring this summer. We're hoping to relocate our large group presentation space to a darker area of the library so everyone can SEE what's on the screen! That will give us room for collaborative and small group workspace. Of course, extensive weeding is the first step so we can free up some floor space!

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6th Grade Speed Dating Genres

6th Grade Speed Dating Genres | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it

We're speed dating this week. Several 6th grade teachers want their students to explore different fiction genres. I decided to make some personal ads (pictured above) for different genres or subgenres. I already had resources lists in Destiny for these genres, so it made it easy. We have eleven tables, which we'll load with books and an ad. Students will have to rotate through at least 4 tables. They'll be discussing genres in class, but I made an exit ticket so I can track which are the most popular (I still have one more book order to place.) If you're interested, here's a link to the ads, and a link to the exit ticket. The ads document has the titles listed separately at the end, to make it easier for my aides to cut them out! :)


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Spångaelever ska få unga att inte tro på allt de läser

Spångaelever ska få unga att inte tro på allt de läser | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Elever på Spånga gymnasium ska inspirera andra skolor att jobba med källkritik i en ny film.
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Läslyftet på förskolan | Läslyftet i Stockholm

Läslyftet på förskolan | Läslyftet i Stockholm | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Läslyftets syfte är att stärka elevers läsförståelse och skrivförmåga. Den obligatoriska skolan har haft en möjlighet att söka statsbidrag för Läslyftet redan inför läsåret 2015/2016 och gymnasieskolan har samma möjlighet inför nästa läsår.
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Tweet from @Eric_Haraldsson

Tweet from @Eric_Haraldsson | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
På torsdag testar vi bokryggspoesi i åk8. Tur vi har välutrustat #skolbibliotek
Skoja bara, inte tur - Skicklighet. https://t.co/8Zk97Fz41e
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[Skolbiblistan] En kväll med Viralgranskaren 17 mars, Medioteket, Stockholm

En kväll med Viralgranskaren, 17 mars i Stockholm https://t.co/XzQOUUgKt7
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Some of The Best Tools and Apps for Engaging Students in Creative Drawing Projects ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Some of The Best Tools and Apps for Engaging Students in Creative Drawing Projects ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Over the past couple of years we have reviewed a number of very good web tools and mobile apps you can use with your kids and students to get them engaged in creative drawing projects. We spent sometime today going through our archive and curated for you the list below.  Whether you use iPad, Android, Chromebooks or simply the web, you will definitely find something that works for you from this chart. Also, some of these applications, especially the web-based ones, do support 3D drawing, others can be used for doodling and sketching. We invite you to check them out and share with us  if you have other suggestions.

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100 Ways To Use Google Drive In The Classroom

100 Ways To Use Google Drive In The Classroom | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
100 Ways To Use Google Drive In The Classroom

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Biblioteket – en verkstad för integration | Regionbibliotek Hallands blogg

Jag läste just en intressant artikel i NT - Norrköpings Tidningar: Antalet besökare till kommunens bibliotek ökade med 45 % förra året. Stadsbiblioteket s
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Rektor - med skolbibliotek i fokus / Möllevångsskolan

Den första i en kort serie filmer där biblioteksutvecklaren Karin Ahlstedt möter rektorer i Malmö stad som har valt att satsa på sina skolbibliotek. Bidrar s...
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Expertnätverk: Skolbiblioteken och elevers kompetenser - Svensk biblioteksförening

Expertnätverk: Skolbiblioteken och elevers kompetenser - Svensk biblioteksförening | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
Föreningens Expertnätverk för skolbibliotek träffas 11 mars och diskuterar hur skolbiblioteken kan arbeta för att stärka elevers kompetenser. Det blir en dag om läsning, MIK och elevers lärande.
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Rektor - med skolbibliotek i fokus / Bäckagårdsskolan

Den andra i en kort serie filmer där biblioteksutvecklaren Karin Ahlstedt möter rektorer i Malmö stad som har valt att satsa på sina skolbibliotek. Bidrar sk...
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BiblioQuiz 9 - Hundar i litteraturen

BiblioQuiz 9 - Hundar i litteraturen | Skolbiblioteket och lärande | Scoop.it
A Vem har skrivit om sin älskade bullterrier, Rosa, ”Kungsholmens ros”? 1 Barbro Lindgren x Torgny Lindgren 2 Arne H Lindgren B Av vilken ras är Prick, tant Brun, Grön och Gredelins hund i Elsa Beskows bilderböcker?
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