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Inspire Student Writing with Picture Prompts

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“But I can’t think of anything to write.” Can you even count the number of times you've heard that line? Probably not. We've all experienced those moments when students sit and stare at blank sheet...

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What Students Will Learn in the Future

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"A lot is implied in the content areas we choose to disperse the world through. That’s essentially what classes and content areas are–perspectives to make sense of the world. If the world changes, should they change? These words and phrases that we now associate with schools, teachers, and assignments reflect our priority as a culture. This is the information and thinking we value and want our children to understand. It also implies what we think is useful, presumably (unless we’re intentionally teaching content that we think is use-less)."


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The Do's and Don'ts of Flipped Classrooms

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Two educators break down their experiences with the flipped classroom in this Google Hangout.

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The You Want to Know About Copyright in Education Infographic

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As I’ve mentioned before—it is not only important for educators to encourage students to push the technological envelope, but it’s equally essential that we teach them to navigate the digital world in a responsible manner. But in order to do so, we must first become familiar with copyright rules and fair use guidelines ourselves—a task that can seem very daunting and frustrating at times.

 

If you’ve ever used online materials for teaching and learning, then I’m sure you have wondered one or more of the following: Do I need permission to use this image? Can I share this video on my classroom web site? Would it be best for my me and/or my students to create my/their own media?

 

Well, it may not answer all of your burning questions, but the copyright flowchart shown below will surely help with some of the confusion surrounding this very relevant and significant topic.

 


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GwynethJones's curator insight, June 19, 2014 2:35 PM

This is pretty awesome!

LundTechIntegration's curator insight, June 20, 2014 8:35 AM

This is a great visual on Copyright in Education.  

chris fiebrich's curator insight, July 21, 2014 6:25 PM

Would be great to hang by the copier!