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Smartphones and tablet computers are radically transforming how we access our shared knowledge sources by keeping us constantly connected to near-infinite volumes of raw data and information.
Alan November, Senior Partner and Founder of November Learning in Marblehead, Massachusetts, is an international leader in education technology. In his keyno...
Gamification framework, presented by Marta Rauch at LavaCon 2013
Includes all the Bloomin' versions in one place!
Many different resources...
Self- Regulated Learning - Opportunities for any student, not just gifted....
Timeline tools are aweseome - all the time !
“Need free templates for e-learning & online training courses? If so, here are a couple that will help you save time.”
Making a Rubric Information
Professional Development for 21st Century Educators | eCourses, Coached Network Building, Action Research, & Project Based Learning
Course for k12 teachers considering online and blended learning
Gráinne Conole is Professor of learning innovation at the University of Leicester. Her research interests include the use, integration and evaluation of Information and Communication Technologies a...
A real-time chronicle of a seasoned professor who just completed giving his second massively open online course. The second running of my MOOC (massive open online course) Introduction to Mathemati...
This year, my school has participated in our district's Innovative Learning Designs inquiry project. We were awarded a grant at the end of last year which we used to equip our school with new techn...
The pedagogical foundations of massive open online courses
The topic of technology can be confusing. Maybe the most confounding part is reaching a definition of "technology" that works to foster healthy discussion of the best ways that schools can use techno
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- 2013 iNACOL Innovator Awards Highlight Leaders in Blended and Online Learning.
My first "real" award....
More ways to learn from/with Kathy Schrock: http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
There's a debate that takes place in the cloud and it has to do with security. You know: all that data sitting there, so tempting to spies, hackers, and other data addicts. The debate is a three-he...
Safety...in the cloud?
Educator Mia MacMeekin made this infographic about ways to inspire students to think more deeply about how innovation applies to them.
Take a peek at Acton Academy and you may wonder if you’ve stepped into a mythical world where students are heroes, learning is a quest, and teachers are guides for the journey.
Open Badges are online indicators of skills learned inside or outside the classroom. In order to understand how badges might be used to support learning and development in higher education, Ian Glo...
Perfect idea to empower your students in the online world.
I don't know if this will replace paid credits, but it is a start toward a new paradiam
This is an interesting idea to use in the classroom. It would motivate students to improve their skills to achieve these badges. I would suggest implementing these with some incentive system so that students pursue these badges instead of earning them passively as useless labels. These badges can be useful to track progress of historical thinking skills.
Digital Literacies. Overview diagram of the Five Resources model; all text is duplicated on the 5 Resources Framework pages
Bringing social media (in its many forms) into the classroom has become a Really Big Thing. With all of that information out there, its interesting to also see who is using it and to what degree.
The “conversational search” that Google demonstrated at last week’s Google I/O conference is now available to users of its Chrome browser, and it’s a significant leap in how we use search engines.
Great for kids :)