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There are many ways to go about collecting work from students but this is one method that works very effectively.
Posted on Tuesday June 19, 2012 by Staff Writers Teachers may spend their days imparting knowledge to others, but that doesn’t mean they should stop learning themselves.
The Educational Leadership for Social Justice (ELSJ) program develops a new type of executive leadership for PK-12 schools. Students in the ELSJ will be engaged in studies, activities and skill building that fosters courageous school leadership that will demonstrate bold, socially responsible leadership to address and resolve issues that have impacted the achievement and success of students of color, and other marginalized students and communities of California's PK-12 public schools. Students in the ELSJ doctoral program engage in a rigorous curriculum and scholarly research in a supportive professional learning community that deepens the development of bold, socially responsible school leaders.
This past January I wrote “10 Tech Skills Every Student Should Have” and I have decided to modify it for the “10 Tech Skills Every Educator Should Have”. Here’s my list. Overall, educators need to understand some basics about technology and that it is not a be-all-end-all solution to everything in a classroom.
By Justin Reich The most impressive technology-rich classrooms don't look like classrooms. Instead, they look like creative businesses on deadline—like advertising agencies pulling together a big campaign, architectural firms drawing up blueprints, or software companies developing new programs.
My TEDx Talk, "How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Discussing Race."
"Booktype is becoming the ideal platform for open publishing. With the booksprint methodology, Booktype enabled us generate the Spending Data Handbook in a few days, while remaining open to feedback and development."
This paper presents a real-time collaborative interface for reading groups. We exploit the light and portable properties of iPad hardware to facilitate an intimate interaction experience that gives users the ability to simultaneously mark up their own copy of a document, while instantly viewing notes made by other members of the group.
To cite this article: John Suler.
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If you want evidence of the way the internet is pervading every aspect of our lives, you need look no further than its effect on education.
This article from the New York Times on the use of technology in classrooms and test scores merited a response: Dear Mr.
One of the things I love about working at Google is that you can come up with an idea one day and the next day start getting to work to make it a reality.
I just started to teach an alternative to Algebra II, called Applied Math III, this year.