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21stCenturySkills.pdf. Helge Scherlund's eLearning News: Free E-Book: Understanding Mobile Learning. The audience for mobile devices wants to be able to learn from any device at anytime, anywhere.

Helge Scherlund's eLearning News: Free E-Book: Understanding Mobile Learning

This creates a challenge, as we have to plan, develop, and deliver tools and content that can be used in all facets of learning, as well as work on the range of devices we use now and will use in the future. This e-book shows the reasons why mobile learning has seen such recent growth and what areas are best suited for this type of learning. S eMag Archive. Will traditional science journals disappear? The Royal Society has been celebrating the 350th anniversary of Philosophical Transactions, the world’s first scientific journal, by holding a series of meetings on the future of scholarly scientific publishing.

Will traditional science journals disappear?

I followed the whole event on social media, and was able to attend in person for one day. One of the sessions followed a Dragon’s Den format, with speakers having 100 seconds to convince three dragons – Onora O’Neill, Ben Goldacre and Anita de Waard – of the fund-worthiness of a new idea for science communication. What DL is happening?: May is almost here... May 2015's eMagazine Issue: 9 by John Dalziel. Edit Your Details - April 2015's eMagazine Issue: 8 by John Dalziel. S eMag Archive. April 2015's eMagazine Issue: #7 by John Dalziel.

Holtthink: Edu, Creativity, EdTech, Administration. How to observe an eclipse safely. S eMag Archive. S eMagazine. Free eBook: Freud's Couch, Scott's Buttocks, Brontë's Grave. Worth a quick note: Every month, The University of Chicago Press makes available a free ebook, which you can read online.

Free eBook: Freud's Couch, Scott's Buttocks, Brontë's Grave

This month’s pick is Freud’s Couch, Scott’s Buttocks, Brontë’s Grave, by the University of Cambridge Classics professor Simon Goldhill, who doubles as the director of the Cambridge Victorian Studies group. The press describes the book as follows: Read the Lost Sherlock Holmes Story That Was Just Discovered in a Scotland Attic. In November, we presented for you a quick way to download The Complete Sherlock Holmes — not knowing that, a few months later, a lost Sherlock Holmes story, seemingly attributed to Arthur Conan Doyle, would be discovered in an attic in Scotland.

Read the Lost Sherlock Holmes Story That Was Just Discovered in a Scotland Attic

The story, The Guardian writes, was “part of a pamphlet printed in 1903 to raise money to restore a bridge in the Scottish border town of Selkirk.” Discovered by the historian Walter Elliot, the tale entitled “Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, By Deduction, the Brig Bazaar” can be read below, thanks to Vulture. In 2013, a US judge ruled that Sherlock Holmes stories now belonged in the public domain.

The same would appear to hold true for this happily discovered, 1300-word story. You can find more Sherlock Holmes stories in our collection of Free eBooks. “Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, By Deduction, the Brig Bazaar” Free online textbooks from top private school. 18 January 2015Last updated at 20:23 ET By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent, BBC News.

Free online textbooks from top private school

A Good Collection of Classroom Magazines for Teachers. January 13, 2015 Scholastic Classroom Magazines is a good resource from Scholastic that provides kids and students with a daily dose of news and current events picked from different magazines on Scholastic.

A Good Collection of Classroom Magazines for Teachers

Blogs. Digital Textbooks and the Future of Learning. When I was in school, I always had to lug around several large textbooks from class to class.

Digital Textbooks and the Future of Learning

Fortunately for me, my locker was centrally located, making it easy to stop and change them out when needed. But those textbooks were heavy, and only a few could fit in my bag at a time. SFA: payments and data. SFA: course directory. EFA e-bulletin: 4 September 2014 (issue 59) 16 to 19 Bursary Fund audit guide for the 2014 to 2015 academic year. EFA business cycle. The Education Funding Agency (EFA) business cycle 2014 sets out important, useful information for the 12 months from September 2014 to August 2015 to help institutions plan ahead.

EFA business cycle

This includes information about when we require institutions to provide information to us, and when we plan to make announcements or provide information to institutions. The cycle can be viewed and printed as a wall planner, with versions for academies and free schools, local authorities, schools, commercial and charitable providers, further education colleges and sixth-form colleges. Great Resources for Integrating Technology in Class.

August 18, 2014 Over this weekend, I spent some time sifting through the piles of posts in this blog looking for materials and posts to help new teachers better integrate technology in education.

Great Resources for Integrating Technology in Class

The result is a list featuring some interesting resources that I highly recommend for any teacher planning to get their feet wet in the Ed Tech world. As you can see below, the resources I handpicked for you include rubrics, tips, tools, and visuals all geared towards empowering you with a set of skills to enable you to make a better use of technology in instruction. Larry Ferlazzo's Hand-outs on Student Motivation Available for Free. Bloom's 'Digital' Taxonomy - Printable Reference Table. Since its publication in 1956, Bloom’s Taxonomy has been a foundation of most modern education systems.

Bloom's 'Digital' Taxonomy - Printable Reference Table

While the overarching principles have remained the same, changes in understanding, experience and technology have seen the Taxonomy take on a number of different forms, for a number of different purposes and applications. The below overview shows the progression of Bloom’s Taxonomy, how each thinking skill applies in practice, and examples of activities using digital tools. View full size image. Download hi-res image for printing (right click and save). Feature image adapted from image courtesy of Flickr, Waag Society. Blogs. Google's Poster on Cyber Safety. August, 2014 Here is a great poster assembled by Google which you can use in class with students.

This post is made from a set of archived images featuring 30 cyber security tips to share with your students. These tips were generated last October. As you probably know October is a cyber security awareness month in which Google shares tips to raise awareness about issues related to cyber security. All the tips share last october are included in this poster. Blogs. School and college performance tables 2017: submission forms. NEET data by local authority.

Local authorities (LAs) in England collect and record information on young people’s participation in education or training, which the Department for Education uses to estimate the number and proportion of young people not in education, work or training (NEET) in each LA area in England. The local authority NEET figures provides an annual estimate, based on average figures for November to January each year. There are differences between these figures and the official statistics on young people in England who are NEET produced by the department. Vocational qualifications for 14- to 19-year-olds - Publications. 16 to 18 core maths qualifications - Publications. Vocational qualification reform plan - Publications. Bis-14-p194-future-of-apprenticeships-in-england-guidance-for-trailblazers-version-2.pdf?utm_content=buffera606e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter. Ernors' handbook - Publications. S eMagazine.

The Tab National. Mputing Guidance Booklet for Primary Teachers. University museums for the 21st century. 14 November 2013 HEFCE, whose funding supports university museums in England, welcomes the publication of ‘Impact and engagement: University museums for the 21st century’. The University Museums Group and University Museums in Scotland launched the joint publication, which celebrates the outstanding contribution made by such museums across the UK, at the Museums Association Conference in Liverpool on 12 November.

The report praises the growing success of university museums within the UK’s higher education sector, and their unique contribution to the public profile of universities. Case studies illustrate recent changes in how university museums participate in the academic missions of higher education institutions, as well as their remarkable record for wider public engagement and community impact. The report shows how university museums deliver unique benefits to the higher education sector and to the culture at large, including: Universities Week. Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties: Mencap Easy Read Guide to Hate Crime. NFERdirect Newsletter. 37. Science in the News-letter #36. In the news last week: scientists have DNA evidence that bacteria living underneath the ice in Lake Vostok are a new species.

DOWNLOAD Your Guide To Pinterest. Get the most out of Pinterest with this guide. Whether you’ve begun using this fast-growing social network or have only heard of it, this Pinterest guide will quickly show you how to use Pinterest and all of its features. This guide outlines everything there is to know about Pinterest. Table Of Contents. Directory of Open Access Journals. Acljohn's Muzy Posts. Teaching Technology. Teaching Technology. The e-Learning advantage - Table of Contents. Technologies. The MWL Mammal Group Daily. The Mike Ellsworth Daily. The Mark Rollins Daily. The Content Curation Daily. The ACLjohn Daily. » Social Learning doesn’t mean what you think it does! Learning in the Social Workplace. RSC-NW's issuu. Royal Society Publishing: Search. Podcast: Success factors for work-based learning. Over2U. Living Books About Life Home.

JISC RSC South West eLearning Gems. JISC Inform / Issue 32 / Cloud-based library service. Investment in learning technologies increases business agility. 15 Nov 2011. Guide to the Resources. Grab My Books. Grab My Books is a browser addon for Mozilla Firefox. Grab My Books lets Users convert content on a webpage into the ePub file format; files of this format can be transferred to an eBook reader and easily opened.

Every Teacher's Must-Have Guide To Facebook. Download free ebooks. eMagazine Feedback and/or Comments. eMag launch of the new_0. Early music books accessible to all. DOWNLOAD PC Hardware Guides. Digital Literacy. Can Mobile Phones Help Teachers Manage Classroom Behavior? Digital Tools We can talk all we want about what students should learn in the classroom. Acljohn's issuu.