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Facebook Posting Rules Infographic: My Amendments | Brian Carter

Facebook Posting Rules Infographic: My Amendments | Brian Carter | inspired reading. | Scoop.it
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The Truth About Girl Scouts and the Need for Digital Literacy | Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning

The Truth About Girl Scouts and the Need for Digital Literacy | Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning | inspired reading. | Scoop.it
Spotlight covers the intersections of technology and education, going behind the research to show how digital media is used in and out of classrooms to expand learning.
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Social media's biggest night: The top 10 tweets during the Academy Awards - Washington Post

Social media's biggest night: The top 10 tweets during the Academy Awards - Washington Post | inspired reading. | Scoop.it
Social media's biggest night: The top 10 tweets during the Academy AwardsWashington PostDuring the Academy Awards broadcast, an entirely unsanctioned commentary streams across the social media site, offering parody to the pomp.
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A Taxonomy of Reflection: A Model for Critical Thinking

A Taxonomy of Reflection: A Model for Critical Thinking | inspired reading. | Scoop.it
Via Scoop.it - Classroom activities: Assessment and TechnologyHow to create a community of learners. Reflective prompts for students, teacher and principals. Modeled on Bloom's approach to thinking...
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Every 60 seconds in social media (infographic) | Web 2.0 for juandoming

Every 60 seconds in social media (infographic) | Web 2.0 for juandoming | inspired reading. | Scoop.it
A single minute may be barely enough time to construct a rational thought, but it's time enough for social media denizens to inundate the web with their status updates, tweets, checkins, and photos.
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