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#edtech. Video conference options. Parent Monitoring. MakerEd. Illuminating Citizens United: What the Decision Really Did » Publications » The Federalist Society. Illuminating Citizens United: What the Decision Really Did Engage Volume 12, Issue 3, November 2011 January 11, 2012 William R.
Maurer In January 2010, the U.S. Politicians were not the only ones to denounce Citizens United.
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The 2012 Edublog Awards are a go! The Edublog Awards is a community based initiative started in 2004 in response to community concerns relating to how schools, districts and educational institutions were blocking access of learner and teacher blog sites for educational purposes. The purpose of the Edublog awards is promote and demonstrate the educational values of these social media. Working together, we create an invaluable resource of the best-of-the-best on the web! How Does It Work? There are 3 parts to the awards: Nominations – NOW through November 26thVoting – TBAThe Live Awards Ceremony – TBA How To Nominate To nominate your favorites, we’re following the same approach as the last four years, namely asking you to: Write a post with your nominations for the different categories on your own blog (or a website – anywhere public) Send us the link to your nomination post via the form at the bottom of the Nominations Page.
Windows 8 Tips and Tricks. Leadership Management. Logic stuff. Google sites - tricks and tools. #Flipclass. #flipclass diary: a form-follows-function story. Abstract: Flipped Classrooms rock.Been taking a week or so off of the blog to finish a #BYOT book chapter with @40ishoracle, get the debate tournament season started and teach a class.
It is that class that i wanted to write about today...more of a gush than a rant, so pull out the handkerchiefs, i may get sappy...nah. Have you had the student who sits in your class bored over the lecture because they already know the material (and you know that they know)? Have you, at the same time, attempted to teach other students who struggle with the material because they have no frame of reference in which it makes sense?
Copyright. General education and pedagogy. Map. Assessment. Physical space. Android for Education. (updated often) Android is a great operating system with a lot of great features and apps for education. Most of my students have Android phones, with a few having iPhones. Android phones make up more than 50% of the smartphone market, so it is very widespread. It is rare to find an app for iOS that is not available for Android (and vice versa). Scifi humor. What Neuroscience Tells Us About Deepening Learning. Wireless options. Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm. Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies. New technologies v. new behaviors. Welcome! 21 Things That Will be Obsolete in 2020.
A technical examination of SOPA and PROTECT IP. As you have probably heard, there are two pieces of legislation currently pending that we, and others like us, believe seriously threaten the internet.
I wanted to take some time to delve into the text of both of these bills, and outline their potential consequences as I am able to understand them. As you can imagine, this is a complex issue, and as a result this is going to be a complex post. I highly encourage you to set some time aside to read this thoroughly. Grab some caffeine, we are going to be here for a while. As a disclaimer, I am not a lawyer, I'm a sysadmin. Note: In recent news, several legislators have suggested that they will be removing the DNS provisions from both SOPA and PROTECT IP.
Confessions of a Jesuit School CIO. Chromebooks and BYOT. Teen Communication. Uncrunched. Flipclass. Prayer. BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) 12/29/2009 By: by Ellen Ullmann Each spring, Walled Lake (MI) Consolidated School District kicks off its ten-year-old Anytime Anywhere Learning (AAL) Laptop Program with an orientation meeting for parents of fifth graders.
At the meeting, parents learn about the 1:1 laptop program, in which students use their computers to learn about everything from databases to digital storytelling to video creation. What makes this 1:1 program unique, however, is that students are encouraged to buy their own laptops. How It WorksThe district laptop - available through a local reseller - includes extra RAM, an extended battery, a three-year accident-protection plan, a loaner laptop (if necessary), Microsoft Office Professional, and a three-year subscription to anti-virus protection.
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