- Dr Ann W Davis - collection of resources fpr technology and curriculum leadership in the 21C
- Wonderful video from Forest Ridge academy and Debbie Heinz - showing the global collaborations for the past year in Gr 1 and above.
- 4 Traditional Theories Of Learning Of the published research and science, three of the more popular theories in the last fifty years are behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism. The infographic below reviews the pros and cons of each approach while making a case for connectivism as a response to the age of the internet and information. 1. Behaviorism: learning is a process of reacting to external stimuli 2. Cognitivism: learning is a process of acquiring and storing information 3. Constructivism: meaning is continuously “constructed” through experience and reflection 4. Connectivism: learning is a process of connecting specialized nodes
- TriTab - a tripod mount for your iPad or other tablet by Warren Apel and the Tritab Student Team — KickstarterConsider supporting this crowdfunded venture by students who have designed a tripod mount for the iPad or other Tablet
- Comprehensive and visual in the true Kathy Schrock style!
- "Connexions is: a place to view and share educational material made of small knowledge chunks called modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc. Anyone may view or contribute: authors create and collaborate instructors rapidly build and share custom collections learners find and explore content"
- Ewan McIntosh | Digital Media & Learning Makes valid points about needed to know how to work with others beyond the immediate school.
- "Studies show that sustained and well-integrated social and emotional learning (SEL) engages students and improves achievement. Explore classroom practices that make up the most effective SEL programs. "
- You must delve into this report from Taking IT Global for 2012. Changing the world in so many significant ways. Opportunities for teachers and students.
Sunday, June 09, 2013
Global Education Highlights (weekly)
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