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Kony 2013: U.S. quietly intensifies effort to help African troops capture infamous warlord

Kony 2013: U.S. quietly intensifies effort to help African troops capture infamous warlord | criminal law | Scoop.it
American forces are working more closely with African troops, and the group behind last year’s viral video.

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50+ Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story

50+ Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story | criminal law | Scoop.it

by Alan Levine

 

"t was not long ago that producing multimedia digital content required expensive equipment and deep levels of technical expertise. We are at the point now where anyone can create and publish very compelling content with nothing more complex than a web browser.

"The point is not that these are professional level production tools, but that the barrier of entry to content creation can be drastically low. And you should find a new mode of creativity when the tool have some limits as to what they can do-- and find that the core of the story is much more important than a widget."

 

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This is Alan Levine's classis wiki from 2007, most recently updated in May, 2013. The site links to, names, and briefly describes more than 50 web 2.0 tools to use and share with students for many forms of storytelling. Be sure to check oout the "New Tools to Be Added" link in the navigation bar. It goes to a page containing tools that Levine is still considering for addition to his list. Readers may suggest tools to add as well.


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Sarah McElrath's curator insight, October 25, 2013 8:05 AM

Having an audience matters when you write. Now there are so many different ways to reach an audience.

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Amazing Sculptures of Superheroes

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180 Dead in Brazil Nightclub Fire

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Authorities say the fire broke out early Sunday in a club in the city of Santa Maria

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Maximize Your Speaking with the Power of Pauses

Maximize Your Speaking with the Power of Pauses | criminal law | Scoop.it
  Have you ever noticed why some people succeed as powerful public speakers?

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LucaVanin's curator insight, October 4, 2013 3:12 AM

L'uso delle pause non ha effetti incredibili solo nel Public Speaking tradizionale, ma anche nei Webinar.

Se ci pensi, un Webinar richiede al relatore molta più attenzione alle componenti paraverbali della comunicazione: tono, ritmo, timbro fanno la differenza.

In questo post si parla fondamentalmente del ritmo.

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Turning Education Upside Down [flipped learning] - NY Times

Turning Education Upside Down [flipped learning] - NY Times | criminal law | Scoop.it

by Tina Rosenberg

 

"Three years ago, Clintondale High School, just north of Detroit, became a “flipped school” — one where students watch teachers’ lectures at home and do what we’d otherwise call “homework” in class. Teachers record video lessons, which students watch on their smartphones, home computers or at lunch in the school’s tech lab. In class, they do projects, exercises or lab experiments in small groups while the teacher circulates.

 

"Clintondale was the first school in the United States to flip completely — all of its classes are now taught this way. Now flipped classrooms are popping up all over. Havana High School outside of Peoria, Ill., is flipping, too, after the school superintendent visited Clintondale. The principal of Clintondale says that some 200 school officials have visited."


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Debbie Ruston - The Success Educator's curator insight, October 11, 2013 9:45 AM

"Its most important popularizers are not government officials or academic experts"  Wonderful example of not waiting for solutions, but being willing to think outside the box, test new things and create solutions, rather than waiting for "experts" to provide those solutions.

Nancy J. Herr's curator insight, October 11, 2013 12:00 PM

Could this be a trend for your school? Is this a way to keep those suspended, expelled and medically unable to attend school in your mainstream?

Joanne OLeary's curator insight, October 22, 2013 9:37 PM

As youth and adults become more self-directed and take personal responsibility for their education, the flipped classroom approach makes sense.  The same information is being disseminated to the learner, however the facilitated learning occurs when the teacher is "assisting" the learner with the application of knowledge during the "classroom-homework" stage (for the lack of a better term).

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Study: Teens Rule Tumblr, Women Love Instagram, Men Like Google+

Study: Teens Rule Tumblr, Women Love Instagram, Men Like Google+ | criminal law | Scoop.it
We all have hunches about who dominates certain social media networks, but now we have some statistics to back up — or defy — those assumptions. Business Insider has compiled a report on the demographics of the major social media platforms.
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George McQuade III's curator insight, September 26, 2013 1:29 PM

You probably already know this, but women love Instagram and guys love Google+. Which one is your fav. I love both. @MAYOPR #PR #LAPR