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Where Next for Reality? – Transmedia Storytelle...

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Where Next for Reality? – Transmedia Storyteller on Digital Storytelling Tools, Apps and Ideas curated by Cindy Rudy
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Minecraft and The Future of Transmedia Learning...

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The Digital Rocking Chair's insight: Barry Joseph: "When my 8-year-old son typed “epic headshop at 31;65” into the command prompt, I realized the Minecraft I knew was dead. In its place something new had emerged.
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I believe we are going to see more Minecraft in education in the future

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Classroom Technology News | Educational Apps | Bloom's Taxonomy | techlearning.com

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The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators.
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Teachers learn to integrate technology into curriculum - Washington Post

Teachers learn to integrate technology into curriculum - Washington Post | Media experience designs for learning, storytelling, entertainment and more | Scoop.it

With iPads in hand, the math and science teachers walked around Charles Carroll Middle School recently snapping pictures of images that illustrated the school’s motto — Pride. When they returned to the the media center, they used an iPad application that creates videos, then they chose a style and music and uploaded the video to a Web site. The exercise in Prince George’s County was part of a professional development lesson funded by the Verizon Foundation to promote the use of technology in the classroom, especially in schools in underserved communities


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