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Curriculum: Understanding YouTube & Digital Citizenship – Google in Education | Digial Citizenship

Curriculum: Understanding YouTube & Digital Citizenship – Google in Education | Digial Citizenship | Useful Web 2.0 tools | Scoop.it
You Tube and Digital Citizenship (Curriculum: Understanding YouTube & Digital Citizenship – Google in Education | @scoopit http://t.co/s7c6QwLM #ocsb...)...

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The Innovative Educator: Top 10 Technology Blogs for Education

The Innovative Educator: Top 10 Technology Blogs for Education | Useful Web 2.0 tools | Scoop.it

Top 10 Technology Blogs for Education http://t.co/JWff5ZVd via @zite - more to explore.


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5 Tips for Teachers Getting Started on Twitter

5 Tips for Teachers Getting Started on Twitter | Useful Web 2.0 tools | Scoop.it

Twitter is by far the most powerful professional learning network (PLN)  Some tips from an Assistant Principal. 


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Faculty Toolkit for Teaching Information Literacy Research Guide | Library Guides | School Library Advocacy

Faculty Toolkit for Teaching Information Literacy Research Guide | Library Guides | School Library Advocacy | Useful Web 2.0 tools | Scoop.it
This guide is intended to help faculty who want to incorporate information literacy concepts into their classes.

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Media and Information Literacy for teachers

Media and Information Literacy education is a recently-developed pedagogical approach that take into consideration the new cultures emerging from the Information Society. Some prefer the terms Media Education, News Literacy, Digital Literacy, Information Literacy, or 21st Century Literacies. Media Studies and Media Ecology researchers world-wide are also contributing to the development of these new educational initiatives.


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Медиа и информационная грамотность учителей

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38 interesting ways to use search engines in the classroom

Tom Barrett 'interesting ways' series...

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20 Must-See Facts About The 21st Century Classroom | Edudemic

20 Must-See Facts About The 21st Century Classroom | Edudemic | Useful Web 2.0 tools | Scoop.it

Infographic - components of a 21st century classroom.


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Innovations in Education - Understanding Content Curation

Innovations in Education - Understanding Content Curation | Useful Web 2.0 tools | Scoop.it

Why curate?  What is the value of curating for teachers? Really –what is the benefit of curating in terms of the learning goals – enduring understandings and 21st century skills for our students?


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Life of an Educator by Justin Tarte: 10 tips for starting a technology revolution in your school...

Life of an Educator by Justin Tarte: 10 tips for starting a technology revolution in your school... | Useful Web 2.0 tools | Scoop.it

10 sensible suggestions from someone who started a technology revolution in their district. Some of the 10 tips have been learned the hard way, while others just happened to work out well.

 


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Common Sense and the Common Core

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Wendy shares the following about beginning to use the Common Core State Standards, "I do think there are things for school librarians to get excited about with the adoption of the Common Core. But it's not the new resources. It's opportunities for collaboration on the suggested range of research projects, small and large, a mandate to evaluate resources, use appropriate citation styles, integrate a range of types of text, and present work through multimedia and authentically produced products."


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