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Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster

Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it
Through the course of our “summer school” here at Techfaster we’ve met plenty of tech savvy educators. From ISTE in early July to the NAESP show and Campus Tech that wrapped up this week, teachers, administrators and education enthusiasts were learning, sharing, and networking with each other. These are definitely the tech savvy teacher type, and that’s validated in the infographic below from Daily Genius. But just because you spent part of the summer at EdTech conferences doesn’t necessarily mean you are a tech savvy teacher. Of course the reverse is true as well, maybe you had family events and your own kids to tend to during the summer. Are you a tech savvy teacher? A strong indicator would be that you’re even reading this article here at techfaster.com. Are you keeping your students, parents, fellow teachers and administrators up to date with the goings on in your classroom with your own blog? That’s a good sign you’re a tech savvy teacher. Just think about what the communication you can have with a blog, would have been like in the days of the ditto machine? You would have to plan out your thoughts, outline them, create a ditto original, print them, pass them out to students, and just pray they didn’t end up on the floor of the school bus. Are you networking with other teachers you’ve never met on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or a knowledge sharing educational site? Are you regularly attending edtech chat or listening to podcasts? All of these are signs that you care about your own professional development, living in current times and caring about your students. YouTube, Twitter, SnapChat, Minecraft, Instagram, and Vine are all a part of your students lives. Facebook, Pinterest and email are all a part of your students’ parents’ lives. You’re almost too far behind if you’re not a “tech savvy” teacher. Check out the infographic below and see how you stack up.

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Tony Guzman's curator insight, August 3, 2014 8:24 AM

This infographic will help you determine how tech savvy of an instructor you are

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Some Tech-Savvy goals worth aiming towards.

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Professional routines for Tech-savvy teachers, but also useful for tech-savvy students: creation of Personal Learning Networks, belonging to learning communities, using technology for the co-production of knowledge...

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Implicit Attitudes Predict Impulsive Behavior | Psychology Today

Implicit Attitudes Predict Impulsive Behavior | Psychology Today | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it
Understanding consumer behavior—before you buy. ... Indeed, research has shown when individuals are feeling more impulsive, for example after expending willpower, implicit attitudes tend to predict their behavior.

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Google Translate Gets Punjabi Language Support

Google Translate Gets Punjabi Language Support | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it

Google Translate has added support for Punjabi language as part of nine new languages which includes Nepali, Mongolian, Maori and African languages Somali, Zulu and others.

 

With this, Google Translate now supports nine Indian languages including Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu and supports 80 languages globally.

At the time of writing this article, Google Translate offers two input modes for Punjabi language – a transliterated input method which allows users to type in English letters which gets automatically converted to Punjabi script while typing and translates the phrase and a regular inscript keyboard mode which allows users to type in Punjabi by clicking on the letters on the provided keyboard.

We tried translating couple of sentences from Punjabi to English and vice versa on both Google Translate web app & Google Translate Android app and got mixed results.


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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, December 13, 2013 8:32 AM

Google Translate has added support for Punjabi language as part of nine new languages which includes Nepali, Mongolian, Maori and African languages Somali, Zulu and others.

With this, Google Translate now supports nine Indian languages including Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu and supports 80 languages globally.

At the time of writing this article, Google Translate offers two input modes for Punjabi language – a transliterated input method which allows users to type in English letters which gets automatically converted to Punjabi script while typing and translates the phrase and a regular inscript keyboard mode which allows users to type in Punjabi by clicking on the letters on the provided keyboard.

We tried translating couple of sentences from Punjabi to English and vice versa on both Google Translate web app & Google Translate Android app and got mixed results.

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THUMPY-BRAND GROCERY STORE AMMO, from FRANCE? - Are silver dragees killing us all? (REPOST)

THUMPY-BRAND GROCERY STORE AMMO, from FRANCE? - Are silver dragees killing us all? (REPOST) | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it

"For years, my husband has refused to decorate cookies with silver dragees (those little silver BBs). He always points to the label, which says "for de....""


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THUMPY and Mrs. THUMP were touring the aisles of "Le Grand Teeter Du Harris" over the weekend, when TUNNEL RAT spots these on the shelf.  Apparently #4 means 4mm, so... a little small for your standard airsoft "bore," but sugar-based, banned in California (no lie!), and apparently hard as a rock according to some of the posters in the LINK ABOVE (CLICK THE PIC) And the price is NOT RIGHT, Bob Barker....but....can't you just see Monsieur Marsac and friends trying to corner the market on these?


BTW, your really need to CLICK THE PIC and scroll down the comments until you read the one about the Minister's Wife shooting the family cat....pure comedy, right there!


P.S.  Seriously, sugar-based ammo would be hella bio...and people might not mind "taking one in the teeth." But it might give the local wildlife "Diabeetus."

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Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster

Are You A Tech-Savvy Teacher, This Infographic Will Tell You | TechFaster | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it
Through the course of our “summer school” here at Techfaster we’ve met plenty of tech savvy educators. From ISTE in early July to the NAESP show and Campus Tech that wrapped up this week, teachers, administrators and education enthusiasts were learning, sharing, and networking with each other. These are definitely the tech savvy teacher type, and that’s validated in the infographic below from Daily Genius. But just because you spent part of the summer at EdTech conferences doesn’t necessarily mean you are a tech savvy teacher. Of course the reverse is true as well, maybe you had family events and your own kids to tend to during the summer. Are you a tech savvy teacher? A strong indicator would be that you’re even reading this article here at techfaster.com. Are you keeping your students, parents, fellow teachers and administrators up to date with the goings on in your classroom with your own blog? That’s a good sign you’re a tech savvy teacher. Just think about what the communication you can have with a blog, would have been like in the days of the ditto machine? You would have to plan out your thoughts, outline them, create a ditto original, print them, pass them out to students, and just pray they didn’t end up on the floor of the school bus. Are you networking with other teachers you’ve never met on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or a knowledge sharing educational site? Are you regularly attending edtech chat or listening to podcasts? All of these are signs that you care about your own professional development, living in current times and caring about your students. YouTube, Twitter, SnapChat, Minecraft, Instagram, and Vine are all a part of your students lives. Facebook, Pinterest and email are all a part of your students’ parents’ lives. You’re almost too far behind if you’re not a “tech savvy” teacher. Check out the infographic below and see how you stack up.

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Tony Guzman's curator insight, August 3, 2014 8:24 AM

This infographic will help you determine how tech savvy of an instructor you are

anne walker's curator insight, August 3, 2014 11:37 AM

Some Tech-Savvy goals worth aiming towards.

PaolaRicaurte's curator insight, August 4, 2014 11:06 AM

Professional routines for Tech-savvy teachers, but also useful for tech-savvy students: creation of Personal Learning Networks, belonging to learning communities, using technology for the co-production of knowledge...

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Cooler Cat: Ryan Grepper On the Art of Bouncing Back

How he went from Kickstarter failure to Kickstarter mega-success, and what you can learn from it.

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Anita's curator insight, August 3, 2014 10:15 PM

Tips on bouncing back. Who couldn't use that?

 

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Implicit Attitudes Predict Impulsive Behavior

Implicit Attitudes Predict Impulsive Behavior | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it
Attitudes we think about don't really predict behavior when we're not thinking.

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Florida doctor accused of torturing, killing dog tied to tree with hammer and screwdriver

Florida doctor accused of torturing, killing dog tied to tree with hammer and screwdriver | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it
A South Florida doctor is accused of torturing a dog tied to a tree before eventually killing it.

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Privacy as a Premium: Say Goodbye to the Free Internet

Privacy as a Premium: Say Goodbye to the Free Internet | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it
Privacy is something that we take for granted. Yet, online privacy is not something that is so much as taken from us but is what we've elect to give away.

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Official AndreasCY's curator insight, August 2, 2014 8:17 AM

Would you pay for internet privacy?

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Produce Content Marketing That Customers Care About

Produce Content Marketing That Customers Care About | impulsive behaviour | Scoop.it

You can’t just snap your fingers and produce great content. To get stories and images that people actually care about, you need to address the higher-order problems your customers are facing today or will face tomorrow. You have to do the sustained work of thinking through these problems and coming up with relevant insights.

 

Consider Adobe’s new content-marketing strategy. Several years ago the company’s mainstay business of graphics applications was struggling against new competition, including free software. In response, executives made a concerted effort to step back and think about customers’ most important graphics-related problems. They saw that although online retailers were putting up fancy websites, the companies weren’t connecting their accumulated consumer data to the pages in order to drive sales. So Adobe invested in R&D and made some analytics-based acquisitions in order to develop a platform to make that possible. Dubbed the Marketing Cloud, this new platform would enable websites to show the right images to the right customers at the right time....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 3, 2014 10:21 AM

Heidi Cohen says figuring out your customers' high-level problems can help you produce the best content marketing and results.