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3 Tips on Integrating Technology in the Classroom - High School Notes (usnews.com)

3 Tips on Integrating Technology in the Classroom - High School Notes (usnews.com) | The 21st century classroom | Scoop.it
Former Gov. Bob Wise discusses Digital Learning Day and how high school teachers can embrace technology.
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Digital Natives and Immigrants :: Education

Perhaps the least understood and least appreciated notion among those who design and deliver education today is the fact that our students have changed radically.
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The Gwigle Game

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Gwigle: an educational game to help you use Google more effectively.

 

(fantastic to get students how to use a search engine better)

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Taming Information Chaos with the Power of 2.0

Web 2.0 provides ways to filter, streamline, organise, share, distribute or gather information from the burgeoning information jungle.

 

<- Great presentation from Judy describing curation practices even if the actual term is only mentioned briefly... (JS)


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iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » A catalog of apps sorted by Bloom’s Taxonomy #standagain

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » A catalog of apps sorted by Bloom’s Taxonomy #standagain | The 21st century classroom | Scoop.it

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Higher education in 2012: a global perspective

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In the last of our predictions series, we ask HE leaders in the US, Australia, India and South Africa to share what trends and issues could have the most impact on the sector (#HE #Tech Higher education in 2012: a global perspective: Further, I believe...
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Infographic: Are We Wired For Mobile Learning? How Digital Natives Are A Bit Ahead

Infographic: Are We Wired For Mobile Learning? How Digital Natives Are A Bit Ahead | The 21st century classroom | Scoop.it
“Because of the proliferation of new technologies, the younger generation today is outgrowing traditional forms of education – remember pencils, chalkboards, textbooks and graphing calculators?...
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Engaging the Digital Natives: Bloom's Taxonomy and iPad Apps

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Engaging the Digital Natives. Be digitally creative and integrate technology into the classroom to keep students attentive and engaged. 

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Productivity Tools for Educators

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" I am a firm believer in the purposeful use of technology to improve productivity and accessibility to critical information. .....In addition to be good stewards of our resources, I believe that an important responsibility of a 21st educator is the purposeful modeling of instructional technology. That being said, neither teachers or administrators have time for contrived implementation of tech tools – it should serve a purpose and lead to more effective practice. Over the course of my school administrative experiences I have gradually developed systems for managing tasks and duties that minimize the necessity of paper and provide nearly universal access to the notes, paperwork and documentation needed to effectively carry out my responsibilities. It is a work in progress, but I have decided to share the web 2.0 tools I use on a day-to-day basis to improve my efficiency and model technology usage for our teaching staff. While these descriptions have a decidedly administrative slant, each tool is easily adapted for classroom use."


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