Daily Archives: November 8, 2011

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Learning to Change, Changing to Learn: A Canadian Perspective

Learning to Change, Changing to Learn: A Canadian Perspective

That title gets me thinking.  I am betting when you watch the video you will be thinking about: The need for courageous leadership Education taken as a given Disengagement by students and teachers An age of networks Students having access to powerful tools of learning Shifting some roles Becoming learners together Transformation, flexibility, celebrating Start

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 11/08/2011

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She Changed the World… You Can Too with Siemen’s WCCTWC!

Do you and your students love a challenge?!?  Here’s two for you… 1) Read and see if you can figure out who is the world changer described below.  Post your guess in the comment section.  We’ll send a gift to the first person to get it right. 2) What does WCCTWC mean?  Find out the

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Favorite Things: PhotoPeach

Lance has been a fan of PhotoPeach for a while. He’s been raving about it for something close to a year or more, so I added it to my list of things to explore. A few months ago, I gave it a shot when I was working with some 4th graders. I loved how easy

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Supporting Students’ Technology Skills at Home

As an elementary school Technology Teacher, I get asked all the time, “What can I do to help my students at home?” My answer is usually short and simple – let your children see you using the computer.  If you use the computer to send emails, pay bills, create your shopping list, edit photos, etc.,

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Catching Up or Leading the Way?

I had the privilege of hearing Dr. Yong Zhao speak two summers ago at the MA New Literacies Symposium and again at the MassCUE Conference on October 27th.  I think you will be encouraged by this Asian educator’s perspective on the American education system, especially during this data driven environment.  His views on what we’re

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