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Here's How People Will Actually Use 'The Internet Of Things'

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Marta The Internet of Things will transform objects in the home and in the enterprise sector.


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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, April 4, 2014 10:41 PM

Marta Rauch brought this to my attention on LinkedIn. I've been hearing more and more of this term,  "the Internet of Things" (IoT) more and more at conferences lately, and it does seem to be a growing terms to talk about how more and more devices from our daily lives are being connected to the Internet.  This is a good article to give you an idea of what it entails at a broad level. 

--techcommgeekmom

sobrie01's curator insight, April 5, 2014 8:04 AM

interesting thought around how what choice people are making with the products and service that use the internet .

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Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: More "Do Your Rules Make Sense?"

Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: More "Do Your Rules Make Sense?" | Heartbeats of a Early Childhood Educator | Scoop.it
Read my next list of rules for children that make no sense and should be reconsidered. Can you think of more?

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Kari Smith's curator insight, January 17, 2013 10:45 AM

This piece certainly gets you engaged in rethinking!!! Wow!!! I still have so much more to learn. Wonder how this impacts not only my classroom but also the others within the school??? What changes would be quick tweaks to what is already happening and which ones would require conversation and collaboration with my colleagues?

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Educate the Heart

Prepare our children for this world. Educate the heart. It's already happening around the world with astonishing results. http://educatingtheheart.org Video ...

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Empaticus's curator insight, May 21, 2013 12:16 PM

Great video about the importance about teaching emotional skills, acceptance and tolerance... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOYOa4FIj-Y 

Jonas Bourghardt's comment, May 31, 2013 1:26 PM
Thanks for sharing, What a lovely movie!!!
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Social Skill Development - Real Keys to Success After Preschool (Part 2)

Social Skill Development - Real Keys to Success After Preschool (Part 2) | Heartbeats of a Early Childhood Educator | Scoop.it

Developing social skills are a primary goal in the preschool years.  Learn how you can help children negotiate social situations.  Part 2 of a series focused on the intangible skills that foster sustained academic & social success.


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Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: More "Do Your Rules Make Sense?"

Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: More "Do Your Rules Make Sense?" | Heartbeats of a Early Childhood Educator | Scoop.it
Read my next list of rules for children that make no sense and should be reconsidered. Can you think of more?

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Kari Smith's curator insight, January 17, 2013 10:45 AM

This piece certainly gets you engaged in rethinking!!! Wow!!! I still have so much more to learn. Wonder how this impacts not only my classroom but also the others within the school??? What changes would be quick tweaks to what is already happening and which ones would require conversation and collaboration with my colleagues?

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15 Presentation Tools for Teachers From edshelf

15 Presentation Tools for Teachers From edshelf | Heartbeats of a Early Childhood Educator | Scoop.it
by edshelf: Reviews & recommendations of tools for education Chris Beyerle, a math and engineering teacher from South Carolina, has put together a no-nonsense collection of software for creating digital presentations.

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I’m Being the Best I Can Be

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Putting our children’s challenging behaviors in perspective.

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Real Keys to Success After Preschool - Part 1: Create Confident Decision Makers

Part 1 of a series focused on the intangible skills that foster sustained academic & social success.

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Should Preschoolers Ever Be Wrong?

Should Preschoolers Ever Be Wrong? | Heartbeats of a Early Childhood Educator | Scoop.it
Adults can foster curiosity and create a love of learning or we can destroy it. It’s all in the approach.

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Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: Teach, Don’t Punish – The Lessons of Positive Discipline

Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: Teach, Don’t Punish – The Lessons of Positive Discipline | Heartbeats of a Early Childhood Educator | Scoop.it
Discipline that is instructive rather than punitive teaches children important life lessons about actions and consequences. See inappropriate behavior as an opportunity.

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