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Glogpedia - the best of Glogs

Glogpedia - the best of Glogs | Teaching Middle School with Technology | Scoop.it

Going to use Glogs at the beginning of the year to create posters about Digital Literacy.

 

I think I am going to use glogs as a form of "flipped."


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Jan MacWatters's curator insight, February 16, 2013 12:50 PM

Great examples of how students can share information with technology.

KB...Konnected's curator insight, April 27, 2013 2:04 PM

Great way to find Glogs you can use in the classroom. Glogs are interactive posters that are a fun way for students to present what they are learning.

Ma. de Lourdes Garcia's curator insight, August 20, 2013 10:54 PM

My students loved this tool so much

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SlideBomb - Now for Students

SlideBomb - Now for Students | Teaching Middle School with Technology | Scoop.it
SlideBomb Academy lets your students build simple mashup slideshows - great for school projects and presentations!

Now, each school can have a portal where only their students' SlideBombs appear... so now its STUDENT SAFE!

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Apple Reminds Teachers And IT Pros About Free Web iPad-In-Education Webcast Series | Cult of Mac

Apple Reminds Teachers And IT Pros About Free Web iPad-In-Education Webcast Series | Cult of Mac | Teaching Middle School with Technology | Scoop.it

Apple Reminds Teachers About Free Web iPad-In-Education Webcast Series: http://t.co/eAqpC1J5 #edtech #iPaded #education #smedu #teaching...


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Teaching the Core: Blogging through the Common Core State Standards and Beyond..

Teaching the Core: Blogging through the Common Core State Standards and Beyond.. | Teaching Middle School with Technology | Scoop.it

 The intentions of this website are:

To motivate me to learn and apply the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), particularly in my teaching of high school English and World History.
To serve as a useful online resource for me and anyone else interested in the CCSS and how to apply them to teaching.
To force me to explain the CCSS standards in practical, understandable terms, rather than vaguely referring to them (e.g., “Well, I’m teaching the way the Common Core says to teach! I just can’t prove why! But I am!”)
To practice commitment. It is going to take a lot of work to discuss and learn all of these standards.
To face my twin demons of standards and curriculum-writing.
To provide reliable, informative, and organized information about the CCSS.

 

The goals of this website are:
Study the CCSS to the extent that I can help my peers with understanding them.
Do my best to answer every comment and question that is asked of me as soon as I can.
Find out the best resources for implementing the CCSS and share them with you,.
Be a place where teachers can go to find support, encouragement, and equipment.

 

This website is NOT:
An official Common Core State Standards, National Governor’s Association, or Council of Chief State School Officers website or an affiliate thereof. I am in no way endorsed by any of these groups or organizations. I’m just a teacher trying to learn and teach.


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