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Inventor to Schools: ‘Let Kids Fail!’

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We've heard the importance of failure and experimentation in learning. In this excellent interview on Science Friday, inventor James Dyson speaks about his dire (RT @CurtRees: Inventor to Schools: ‘Let Kids Fail!
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¿Como se está vendiendo arte en internet II?: El caso de Amazon Art

¿Como se está vendiendo arte en internet II?: El caso de Amazon Art | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it
Amazon Art es una alianza del gigante online con más de 150 galerías estadounidenses entre las que podemos encontrar Paddle8 ( New York), McLoughlin Gallery (San Francisco) o UGallery (san Francisco)...

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Learning in a networked world

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Learning in a networked world. Thinking about networks, collaboration & connectivism http://t.co/2vYCIa9Lke @dwenmoth

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systerwoody's curator insight, September 16, 2013 12:19 PM

Paradigm shifts . . . 

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I Created A Class Twitter Account, Now What?

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"Each morning as we start our day together, I draw attention to things that my students may have missed or mentions from our Twitter feed.  This short time together each morning discussing our Twitter feed has resulted in rich discussions that prompt thinking, cause us to wonder and lead us to seek out further information.  

 There are many opportunities during the school day to incorporate the use of twitter.  A good place to start is to read the tweets from the other classes you follow, ask questions or provide comments as a whole class.  The following examples will give you some ideas on how to involve Twitter in literacy, math and science.  All of the Twitter activities explained can be done as a whole group, small group or by individual students."


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How (And Why) To Try Twitter Teams In School - Edudemic

How (And Why) To Try Twitter Teams In School - Edudemic | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it
If you're looking for a new way to connect with your colleagues or students, it's time to check out Twitter Teams.

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E Burgis's comment, February 19, 2014 10:15 AM
This article best applies to administrators but I think we can cross over the underlying idea into our own classroom. The authors writes, "Twitter can open up the doors of classrooms and offices and serve as a window into what really matters in schools–students engaged in learning." Currently my classroom has a Twitter feed that students are following and responding to. It is new and we are still working out the problems. My VP is also following us. Initially I invited her because I am being evaluated and I want her to have a holistic view of my class, but I like that she gets to see into my classroom. In high school admin so rarely vists us. They so rarely get to see the students at work. This is her chance. One thing I am considering is inviting parents...but I wonder how that might change the type of participation amongst my students. The purpose is to extend our classroom activities. It isn't an information/reminder feed. It is a dialogue. Will knowing their parents are watching silence it?
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Libro: Manual prático de museología, museografía y técnicas expositivas de Juan Carlos Rico

Libro: Manual prático de museología, museografía y técnicas expositivas de Juan Carlos Rico | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it

Entre la ecología, la técnica y la plástica Este libro va acompañado de un CD con 574 imágenes referidas dentro del texto que ilustran y completan el contenido, además de constituir un elemento de trabajo indispensable.


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Learn how to be critic: The Digital Footprint

Learn how to be critic: The Digital Footprint | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it

A digital footprint is the collection of all the traces you leave in electronic environments as you use or move through them. Some is content you actively volunteer—like your Facebook profile. Other material is passive—the cookies a site stores in your browser, the content your district collects about your use of their equipment, etc. All this data can be aggregated to build a profile of you and your behavior

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Index to Educational Twitter Hashtags

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An (amazing) Unofficial Index to Educational Twitter Hashtags

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What is an EdCamp??

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Edcamp is free, democratic, participant-driven professional development for K-12 educators worldwide. Edcamps are: • free • non-commercial and conducted with...
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MIDEA Workshop, iPads Revisited :: 25 iPad Tips & Tricks for Museum Educators

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"Scott Sayre from Sandbox Studios addresses the "State of the Union" of educators and iPads at the MIDEA Workshop: iPads Revisited conference in Austin, Texas. Sayre has compiled a comprehensive list of 25 tips and tricks museum educators can utilize in their museums. From art based games to Google Goggles, he demonstrates not only how-to, but gives fantastic application ideas for any museum or education setting, large or small."


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[INFOGRAPHIC] Mobile learning: Parents’ thoughts about mobile devices for early childhood to K-12

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Tapping Into Mobile Learning: Parents’ Thoughts About Mobile Devices for Early Childhood and K-12 Learning
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The Padagogy Wheel: Convergent Thinking In Learning Technology

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The Padagogy wheel represents convergent thinking in learning technology.
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El departamento de comunicación de los museos de arte contemporáneo de España

El departamento de comunicación de los museos de arte contemporáneo de España | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it
Análisis de los recursos humanos dedicados a la comunicación en los museos de arte contemporáneo de España. Presencia y configuración del departamento de comunicación, formación del responsable y ...

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Hoy en #AskaCurator podrás hacer preguntas a conservadores de #museos de todo el mundo.

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Top 100 Learning Game Resources

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When writing the whitepaper about Casual games, I did a fair bit of research and looked at several hundred web links. While doing so, I documented a few of the (Interested In #Learning Game Resources?
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 6 types of Questions your Students Need to Know about http://t.co/HrnGecy8kk

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, September 3, 2013 7:22 AM

And the infographics just keep on comin'. I need more wall space! ;)

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Pretty cool diagram using some philisophical studies

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Google+ EdTech Communities for Educators, Instructional Designers and Technologists

Google+ EdTech Communities for Educators, Instructional Designers and Technologists | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it
Education professionals are using social media to share, collaborate and network.
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Engagement analytics and lifelong engagement in museums

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Does a repeat visitor to your museum have more value than a unique visitor? How often does someone have to visit your museum to be considered loyal or 'repeat'? How do you know whether people are e...
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The rise of blended learning

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How a new trend in education rethinks the role of computers in the classroom and lets each student learn at a different pace
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7 ways to use Social Media for student retention

7 ways to use Social Media for student retention | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it

These rules are not revolutionary or new, they are just reminders.

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Introduction to Edcamp: A New Conference Model Built on Collaboration

Introduction to Edcamp: A New Conference Model Built on Collaboration | Get up museum educator | Scoop.it
Editor's Note: Blogger Mary Beth Hertz was one of the organizers of Edcamp Philly, a free education "unconference" that took place in Philadelphia last May.
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Ten Tips for Becoming a Connected Educator

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ASCD's annual conference (see #ASCD13 on Twitter) recently came to a close, and one of the main themes that kept surfacing was the need for more "connected educators." At this conference, there were
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En una visual, lo basico sobre Creative Commons

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See on Scoop.it - LibraryLearningCommonsEphansen's insight:Very useful - as is the link on the page to a longer explanation.  Let's share with teachers and students...and anyone creating conte...
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