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Instructional coach Ben Curran offers tips on getting started with student blogging, which he says can help address the common standards in language arts. (Teachers! Have you used #blogging as a tool in your own classrooms?
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Here are a variety of ways to stay up to date with the postings made by Mr. David Burton.
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It is amazing how a small leap of faith can result in opportunities that were inconceivable before.My Year 4 ICT class is doing a unit on peace and I recently joined the Peace Crane Project to prov...
If we expect our students to develop 21st century skills, then we must model them for our students and each other. We must take risks, grow, and learn.
Researchers from the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education spent the last year and a half studying four Bay Area high schools that are using (MT @LDH_ed: What happens in #StudentCentered schs that foster powerful learning?
A Wonderful Poster about Failure http://t.co/f4nVkpRgUs
Edutopia blogger Vicki Davis shares a wealth of apps and platforms that can facilitate teaching and maximize learning within a BYOD classroom and school environment. She counts 51, and these are just her favorites!
What does being a ‘digitally competent’ teacher mean? Does it mean using laptops, smartphones, or tablets in your classroom? Does it mean finding new and interesting ways to use those devices along with apps and web tools? What level of expertise with technology constitutes ‘competent’? Or does the concept encompass more than that? Do things …
Get your life in order with a selection of these nifty Google Docs templates (RT @saranshgarg: 50 great #Google Doc templates to save #teacher time http://t.co/sjeKP4XzBI #edtech #edtechchat #edapps...
Edutopia blogger Maurice Elias explains how laughter can reduce stress and offers a handful of teaching activities to lighten up the learning.
In 2012 I moved from Mississippi to New York City to teach at a charter elementary school in Harlem. My 27 fifth grade students had reading levels ranging from third to eighth grade.
If you think education is the key to permanent, sustainable change, this is a story you can't miss.
Many would-be college students are ditching their knapsacks and textbooks for rucksacks and guidebooks. But is putting your future on hold for a year of travel the best idea?...
No matter what subject they teach or what age group their students fall into, all teachers face the same basic challenge: They have to find a way to actively engage students in the learning process.
What some see as a surprise attack on states' rights, others know as a carefully thought out education reform.
The list consists of the 4 best videos on 21st century learning provided by Amy Erin Borovoy, who has been providing tools and inspiration for educators through her work.
Check out this infographic to know what it takes to be the 21st century educator. (RT @etr_in: Do you know what are Right Ways to Be a 21st Century Educator?
New Zealand schools explore the learning potential of social media with weekly education-based Twitter chats for students. (“@edutopia: Ever tried a school-wide #Twitter chat?
“I just wish my students cared more.” Most teachers—first-year and veterans alike—have said or at least felt like this at some point. We work hard to motivate our students, but…
Any time a new school year begins, many of you may be getting some new hardware from your district, or maybe you’re buying new hardware for yourself. For many teachers, the device of choice is going to be an iPad (which I believe is ABSOLUTELY the right choice for many reasons) and you’re going to …
How can schools use data? What impact could data and learning analytics have in today's schools and on teaching and learning?
Learn about a new "superpower" that isn't being taught in 90% of US schools. Starring Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, will.i.am, Chris Bosh, Jack Dorsey, Tony H...
Are "coders" the next rock-stars? wizards of tomorrow? true helpers of humanity?
What 21st century career isn't linked to some form of technology usage? Is learning to code important to success in technology based careers?
Benefits of coding: deepening critical thinking, learning to create, breaking ideas down into components, becoming analytic, practicing determination, etc.
A Teacher's Guide to the Immigration Debate: http://t.co/FfLu3os942 & more to supplement: http://t.co/YzYC06w7YO
Good driving questions are written to help guide the teacher and the student. (Driving ?s, Compelling ?s...are ?s are hard-hitting enough?
I started using Twitter in the classroom and instantly saw the kids take to it. New technology, a new model.