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TeachingwithiPad.org: Dropbox for Dummies: Why You Shouldn't Need Your USB Key Again

TeachingwithiPad.org: Dropbox for Dummies: Why You Shouldn't Need Your USB Key Again | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

"Dropbox is my number one productivity tool that I use every single day, both for teaching and personal purposes. If you are still toting around USB thumb-drives and moving files from your home and work computers that way, keep on reading. If not, feel free to check out some of my more advanced Dropbox articles listed below.

 

For the completely uninitiated, Dropbox is a cloud storage solution that is free for the everyday user. Dropbox will give you (a rather paltry) 2GB of space when you first sign up. You can increase your free space to up to 19GB by doing certain tasks (referrals will net you an extra 500MB each). If you find that you need extra space, you can opt to purchase additional storage of up to 500GB total."


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Thanks for sharing, John. I teach in a different classroom every period and Dropbox has saved me from myself. I have left behind innumerable flash drives during my travels and Dropbox has eliminated the need to carry anything physical. This has been a big time and sanity saver.

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Kim Mackey's curator insight, September 1, 2013 8:55 AM

I live off of Dropbox...everything I need in one place.  I only wish it allowed for simultaneous collaboration with others on documents.

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As a writer Dropbox has been wonderful for me keeping (duplicate) updated versions of my WIPs so I don't have to fear corrupt files or crashes and losing hours of work.
RitaZ's curator insight, September 2, 2013 7:36 AM

Wonderful tool, Dropbox!  a must !

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4 Steps to Real Learning Infographic - e-Learning Infographics

4 Steps to Real Learning Infographic - e-Learning Infographics | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
The 4 Steps to Real Learning Infographic presents 4 steps a teacher can do today to help make learning more real, along with practical suggestions.
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Concrete ways to up the interest and rea-life connections for students

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How Big Is Space – Interactive version

How Big Is Space – Interactive version | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Buckle up and ride a rocket through our interactive view of the Solar System to explore our cosmic neighbourhood

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, April 9, 10:37 PM

BBC has released another great interactive infographic which allows you to travel through space and learn just how big it is. You begin your trip with blasting off earth and at 6.1 km you will pass the start of the high cloud layer....continue through the stratosphere to the mesosphere to the thermosphere and beyond. After a very long journey you will reach the edges of our solar system, where you will be told "It would take you about 23 million years of continuous scrolling on this scale to get to the farthest regions of the observable universe..."

The distance of our solar system is vast, and this interactive may help our learners begin to understand just how vast it is.

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How To Teach Visual Thinking – 5 Strategies From Around The Web

How To Teach Visual Thinking – 5 Strategies From Around The Web | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

"The misconceptions about visual thinking are alarming. On one hand, this critical skill seems integral for contemporary learning, since almost every modern input is visual in nature. Yet this key proficiency seems almost entirely absent from state standards and daily classroom lessons."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, April 7, 5:53 AM

What is visual thinking? How can we teach visual thinking to our learners? ASIDE has an excellent post that provides five presentations that explore visual thinking from different perspectives. All of them share information on the "the power of visuals to craft a layered approach toward teaching with creative design." The five presentations (all from slideshare) are:

* Visual Thinking Presentation

* Visual Thinking and the Writing Process

* Visual Thinking for Brainstorming, Planning, Learning, Collaborating, Harvesting

* An Introduction to Visual Thinking

* Visual Thinking Help us to...

Each of these presentations provides a different viewpoint. Many of our learners are visual learners today. This post will provide you with great resources to help them hone the skill of visual thinking (and will also help you).

Michael Patrick Dunn's curator insight, April 7, 4:24 PM

Sketch notaking is just one way!

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An Introduction to Google's Dyslexia Resources | Articles | Noodle

An Introduction to Google's Dyslexia Resources | Articles | Noodle | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Google has entered the assistive technology world and become a key resource for students with dyslexia. Learn how the Chrome browser supports reading and writing.

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News-O-Matic in the Special-Needs Classroom

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News-O-Matic in the Special-Needs Classroom

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Chris Carter's curator insight, March 26, 10:07 PM

The ability to adjust the reading level to the needs of he learner is impressive.

Lillian Holtzclaw Stern's curator insight, March 28, 5:11 PM

Thousands of teachers use @News-O-Matic in ELA, ELL, Social Studies, Current Events, Special-Ed

 

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Ten Reflective Questions to Ask at the End of a Lesson

Ten Reflective Questions to Ask at the End of a Lesson | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Use these ten reflective questions at the end of class to help learners deepen their understandings of themselves and their work.

 

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As teachers many of us spend time reflecting on our lessons. Do we provide our learners with time to reflect? This post shares the author's personal observations on the value of reflection as well as ten questions that you may want to use with your learners. Three of the questions are below.

* Where did you encounter struggle today, and what did you do to deal with it?

* What made you curious today?

* What about your thinking, learning, or work today brought you the most satisfaction? Why?

There is also a link to two other resources that are focused on reflective questions for the writing process. One of the resources is focused the writing process with primary and intermediate writers and the second is on the writing process but towards more advanced writers. These two resources are located here.


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Mindset Kit: Resources to Teach Learners about Growth Mindset

Mindset Kit: Resources to Teach Learners about Growth Mindset | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Students who have a growth mindset do better in school. Learn more about a growth mindset, the evidence showing its power, and the practices that promote it.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 15, 8:56 PM

The data shows that learners whom have growth mindsets do better in school. But how do we know which learners have growth mindsets and which have a fixed mindset. PERTS (the Project for Education Research that Scales from Stanford) has a mindset kit (in beta form) that is available at no cost. In it  you will find lessons that you can use with your learners. The website states that the mindset kit is a "free, online resource designed to help educators and parents learn about adaptive academic mindsets, learn practices that promote these mindsets, and download activity ideas."

You will also find a survey that you have learners take (and you will receive a report with the final score).

Are you interested in teaching your learners about growth mindset? This is a great tool, and they welcome feedback as they will continue to add resources to this site. Take some time to  explore this site.

Mary Cunningham's curator insight, April 4, 12:43 PM

We could use this and add to it with our SIM work!

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The Creativity Mindset

The Creativity Mindset | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
I absolutely love all of the emphasis on mindsets these days. There are growth mindsets (which I discuss in The Educator with a Growth Mindset: A Staff Workshop) and maker mindsets (which I discuss...

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Thanks, Beth Dichter. I find the mindsets very understandable and appealing, much like the science habits of mind.
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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 20, 5:25 PM

We often hear of growth mindset and fixed mindset. Is there also a creative mindset? Jackie Gerstein suggests that there is a creative mindset in this post. Why? If a mindset is defined as "ideas and attitudes with which a person approaches a situation"  there is a list of "ideas and attitudes" that may be part of a creative mindset. The visual above provides Gerstein's list of some items she considers important for a creative mindset. The list is also below.

* Believes in one's own creativity

* Embraces curiosity

* Suspends judgement - silences the inner critic

* Tolerates ambiguity

* Persists even when confronted with skepticism and rejection

* Taps into childlike imagination; a child's sense of wonder

Each of these is described in more detail and links to additional resources are provided. There is also a short discussion conditions necessary to facilitate creative mindset in a classroom.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, March 20, 9:05 PM

Philosophers such as Gadamer have written about Bildung which incorporates these characteristics as projects of self-renewal.

 

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SMARTERTEACHER's curator insight, April 6, 11:48 AM

We must stop educating students out of their creativity and foster an environment that celebrates the creative genius of the students entrusted to our care.

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Qualitative Formative Assessment Toolkit

Qualitative Formative Assessment Toolkit | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Reshan Richards discusses the use of Explain Everything & iPads to build a Qualitative Formative Assessment Toolkit.

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Mª Jesús García S.M.'s curator insight, February 20, 4:57 AM

Evaluación formativa cualitativa

Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan's curator insight, February 20, 1:51 PM

It is comprised of four media authoring approaches available on most smartphones, tablets, and laptops: making photos, taking screenshots, filming videos, and screencasting.

Kimberly House's curator insight, February 22, 12:53 PM

Good reminders for teachers with iPads!

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Developing a Growth Mindset in Teachers and Staff

Developing a Growth Mindset in Teachers and Staff | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

In a fixed mindset students believe their basic abilities, their intelligence, their talents, are just fixed traits. They have a certain amount and that’s that, and then their goal becomes to look smart all the time and never look dumb. In a growth mindset students understand that their talents and abilities can be developed through effort, good teaching and persistence. They don’t necessarily think everyone’s the same or anyone can be Einstein, but they believe everyone can get smarter if they work at it (Morehead 2012).


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Bobbi Dunham's curator insight, February 26, 10:33 PM

"Parents around the dinner table and teachers in the classroom should ask, ‘Who had a fabulous struggle today? (Morehead 2012)"

Lorraine Carhart's curator insight, March 1, 4:44 PM

given the right encouragement and guidance the mind  can go anywhere

Don Breedwell's curator insight, March 13, 9:15 PM

Effort may produce failures. Sustained efforts = success.

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50 Questions To Promote Metacognition In Students

50 Questions To Promote Metacognition In Students | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
50 Questions To Help Students Think About What They Think

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Edgar Mata's curator insight, February 21, 1:11 PM

50 preguntas para promover la meta cognición en los estudiantes.

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The Question Game: A Playful Way To Teach Critical Thinking

The Question Game: A Playful Way To Teach Critical Thinking | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

"Big idea: Teaching kids to ask smart questions on their own

A four-year-old asks on average about 400 questions per day, and an adult hardly asks any. Our school system is structured around rewards for regurgitating the right answer, and not asking smart questions – in fact, it discourages asking questions. With the result that as we grow older, we stop asking questions. Yet asking good questions is essential to find and develop solutions, and an important skill in innovation, strategy, and leadership. So why do we stop asking questions – and more importantly, why don’t we train each other, and our future leaders, to ask the right questions starting from early on?"

 


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Kym Reinstadler, SCN Feature Writer's curator insight, February 8, 10:18 PM

A four-year-old asks, on average, 400 questions a day. By the time he or she reaches adulthood, they will ask very few per day. Speaking as someone who’s probably never going to grow up, allow me to emphasize that:

  • Why questions help to find the root of a problem
  • What If questions open up the floor for creative solutions
  • How questions focus on developing practical solutions
Arizona State University, Claire McLaughlin's curator insight, February 9, 11:11 AM

Anything that gives students a chance to ask their own questions is a good idea in my opinion.  When the questions invoke critical thinking, it's a double bonus!  Also, writing these questions on any pre-made box would work.  No need to be crafty with scissors and tape.

Simon Awuyo's curator insight, February 11, 2:04 PM

The student teachers need these tips to help them cultivate skills of asking probing questions to become better teachers tomorrow.

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A great overview of the Flipped Classroom

A great overview of the Flipped Classroom | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Looking for a short insightful overview of the Flipped Classroom concept? Dr Jackie Gerstein has this wonderful video clip where she explains the essence of flipped classroom. The video is very short, a little over 2 minutes but it really does the job. For those of you looking for more resources and guides on how to integrate this flipped learning paradigm into their instruction, this section has tons of materials to browse through.

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Help Students Close Read Iconic Images

Help Students Close Read Iconic Images | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Every day news images flood our print publications, digital spaces and social media apps. Why do some become iconic and unforgettable?

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Susan Grigsby @sksgrigsby's curator insight, May 13, 2:05 PM

I love the suggestions in this article to build close-reading skills among students using visual images. This goes beyond the story starter idea!

Kimberly Brosan's curator insight, May 13, 3:10 PM

The suggestions in this article on how to teach students to read images were really helpful. I especially like that there's a recommendation for the NYTimes Learning Network's feature "What's Going on in This Picture?' http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/category/lesson-plans/whats-going-on-in-this-picture/

Larissa Bonthorne's curator insight, May 13, 7:03 PM

This article discusses techniques that would be useful for Year 7-12 English students analysing a picture or cartoon.  Other links are provided.

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Create free interactive timelines

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Create free interactive timelines. Hstry is a free digital learning tool which promotes collaboration and engagement in the classroom.

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Chris Carter's curator insight, April 8, 10:23 PM

I l-o-v-e this resource! This site is one of my better finds for the year! I love it, my kids love it and, I believe, you will love it.

Chris Carter's comment, April 9, 7:55 PM
Kathy, I am in communication with the HSTRY team due to the fact that I reveiw apps, websites and services for EdTech. This team is the real deal, responsive to feedback, and dedicated to excellence. I have used HSTRY three times so far with various classes and it was well received by all of the students. The research skills used to build the site, the visual literacy aspect, the student-oriented nature of the service all encourage its use. I hope you find th opportunity to use HSTRY. It is so much more that a timeline, and it certainly is applicable beyond History classes.
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How to Create Engaging Presentations Infographic - e-Learning Infographics

How to Create Engaging Presentations Infographic - e-Learning Infographics | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
The How to Create Engaging Presentations Infographic provides tips on how to create a presentation that will not put your audience to sleep.

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Thx Chris Carter. I like the 10/20/30 rule and the newly "school-appropriate" K-I-S-S method.

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Chris Carter's curator insight, April 8, 9:50 PM

Keep It Simple, Silly?!? That is not what we called K.I.S.S. in the army, but I guess it works ;)

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40 Viewing Comprehension Strategies

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40 Viewing Comprehension Strategies: Watching Videos Like You Read A Book

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Ways to  process video more deeply: 1)Before 2) During 3)After & 4) Synthesize

 
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"What Is Graphicacy?" - An Essential Literacy Explained

"What Is Graphicacy?" - An Essential Literacy Explained | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

"We live in a visual world. Smartphones, television, Internet, and social media all push information in real-time, all the time. Visual media bombard us in constant streams. Learners of every age, therefore, need to understand how to analyze pictorial information. This skill of parsing images, interpreting pictures, and decoding diagrams is known as graphicacy."

 


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 24, 9:34 PM

Learn more about graphicacy in this post by ASIDE. There is a short motion graphic (explainer video) that provides an overview what visual literacy is...a way to encode/decode images and the ability to analyze visual information are two components.

Research makes it clear that we have many visual learners in our classrooms (~65%). In addition "the brain processes optic inputs 60,000 times faster than text."

This post provides links to a number of articles that ASIDE has published that discuss graphicacy and provide great resources. You will also find information in ASIDE on creating infographics with students as young as Grade 2.

Nancy Jones's curator insight, March 25, 12:17 PM

The whole field of visual literacy and interpretation has exploded in the last 25 years. It is time to recognize its value and teach our students not only the ability to decipher and interpret them, but to create them as well.

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Learning Needs a Context

Learning Needs a Context | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
This is a follow up to a post I wrote, How Do We Learn? How Should We Learn?  The purpose of these posts is to encourage educators to examine practices they take for granted, implement without deep...
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So telling… facts without context float away. When facts are imbedded in the concrete wall of context , they stick like glue. Authentic learning provides the concrete context whether it be experiential learning, sims, case studies, place-based or working with real-world practitioners.

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40 maps that explain outer space

40 maps that explain outer space | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
From the moon to the cosmos, this is the universe we live in.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 18, 10:38 PM

Outer space fascinates learners...and this post from VOX provides 40 maps that are divided into sections:

* The Solar System

* Earth

* Space History

* The Moon

* Mars

* The Rest of the Solar System

* Beyond the Solar System

If you teach Earth Science many of these maps may be of interest. One map that many students may find of interest is takes a look at the universe based on the moon being 1 pixel. It is located at this link.

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Lesson Plan Ideas with Common Core Correlations - ProCon.org

Lesson Plan Ideas with Common Core Correlations - ProCon.org | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

"We offer these lesson plan ideas to help teachers cover important skills in English/Language Arts and Social Studies. Each SKILLS-BASED IDEA and CONTENT-BASED IDEA suggests specific ProCon.org topics and resources that are particularly well-matched to the lesson and designed to help you meet multiple curriculum goals."


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Great skills building via content-based articles that center on hot topics in the news related to science concepts (and others).

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 7, 7:44 AM

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ProCon is one of my favorite websites. The mission of the site is to promote 'critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship by presenting controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisian, primarily pro-con format." There are 52 controversial topics that are available, and they have just released 20 lesson plans. Seventeen of the lesson plans are skill- based and three are content-based. The lesson plans are geared to learners in grades 5 - 12. Below is a list of two skill-based lessons and two content-based lesson, along with the grade levels.

Skill-Based (material quoted from site):

* Critical Thinking Quotes - Engage students in a metacognition exercise about critical thinking and also practice research and informational writing skills using ProCon.org's collection of critical thinking quotes. Grades 9 -12.

* Main Ideas of Visual References - Use charts and graphs on ProCon.org to engage students in a visual literacy exercise. Grades 6 - 8.

Content-Based

* Exploring Controversial Issues in Literature - To introduce a novel, use ProCon.org to help students build background knowledge and examine the novel’s controversial issue(s). Grades 5 - 10.

* Drug Ads Over Time: Analyzing Historical Images - Use ProCon.org's Gallery of Drug Ads to give students an opportunity to practice ad analysis and recognize how methods and messages have changed over time. Grades 5 - 10.

To access the 52 issues that have detailed information and provide references (and links) to the materials used click on the Home page and you will find topics in Education, Elections & Presidents, Health & Medicine, Media & Entertainment, Money & Business, Politics, Religion, Science & Technology, Sex & Gender, Sports, and World/International.

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25 Ways to Develop a Growth Mindset - InformED

25 Ways to Develop a Growth Mindset - InformED | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

"In one world, effort is a bad thing. It, like failure, means you’re not smart or talented. If you were, you wouldn’t need effort. In the other world, effort is what makes you smart or talented." Carol Dweck


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Richard Varey's curator insight, February 23, 2:40 PM

In this sense, I think that 'enrichment' is a better term than growth, since the latter implies that quantity matters above quality.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, March 2, 7:22 PM

Several points i.e. acknowledge and embrace imperfections overlap with mindfulness and neuroscience.

 

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Mika Auramo's curator insight, March 3, 12:08 AM

There is very useful listing how to improve understanding about growth mindset in classroom.

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Why Handwriting Helps You Learn | Visual.ly

Why Handwriting Helps You Learn | Visual.ly | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it

" Nowadays, it's less about putting pen to paper and more about turning on your laptop. But are we losing about by letting the art of penmanship die?"


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, February 21, 6:24 AM

Cursive writing? Should we teach it or not? Many states are still requiring cursive writing be taught, but it is not part of the Common Core. This infographic provides information about why it is important that students learn cursive.

Bart van Maanen's curator insight, February 21, 10:17 AM

Uit onderzoek is gebleken dat leerlingen lesstof beter opnemen als ze handgeschreven notities maken. Gewoon leren schrijven en het ontwikkelen van je handschrift blijft dus van groot belang.

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Did I Plagiarize? The Types and Severity of Plagiarism Violations

Did I Plagiarize? The Types and Severity of Plagiarism Violations | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
Plagiarism is a hot topic in the academic world, but it applies in all aspects of our lives. In a country and culture that values intellectual property, it is imperative that we are conscious of plagiarism guidelines and standards. The reality is, in many facets of life, when we make mistakes, we can claim ignorance. But when it comes to plagiarizing, there is little slack given; we are all expected to understand plagiarism guidelines and what constitutes a violation. While plagiarism is never considered acceptable, there are varying levels of severity with different types of plagiarism violations. So are you wondering…

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Leslie Kelsey's curator insight, December 16, 2014 2:05 PM

An important topic for all of us - but this graphic works best for secondary students. 

Digital Gloss's curator insight, December 17, 2014 10:06 PM

This is something every writer should think about...

Sébastien Tranchart's curator insight, January 21, 2:55 PM

« Citer ses sources conformément aux normes exigées » et «se conformer aux droits liés à la propriété intellectuelle » sont deux objectifs d’apprentissage du Profil TIC des étudiants au collégial liés respectivement aux habiletés consistant à « 3.0 Présenter l’information » et « 5.0 Exploiter les TIC de manière efficace et responsable » (source :  http://www.reptic.qc.ca/cadres-de-reference/cadre-de-reference-profil-tic-des-etudiants-du-collegial/).

 

Ce document peut donc s’avérer utile pour initier les étudiants, ainsi que les enseignants, aux différents types de plagiat.

 


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25 Question Stems Framed Around Bloom's Taxonomy

25 Question Stems Framed Around Bloom's Taxonomy | Special Science Classroom | Scoop.it
25 Question Stems Framed Around Bloom's Taxonomy
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A great beginner's guide to encouraging critical thinking

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