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The 7 things top leaders do, by @MaryMyatt This post answers the 34th question from my TeacherToolkit Thinking page of Thunks. Thunk 34: The 7 things top leaders do, by @MaryMyatt To celebrate my 200th blogpost, I am delighted that Mary Myatt has written this aide-memoir for outstanding leadership traits found in education. Mary has worked in hundreds and hundreds of schools; so the 7 pillars of leadership are gathered from countless hours, working with teachers, schools and leaders across the country. The 7 things top leaders do: 10 Great New Web Tools for Teachers It just about time I provide you with another list of awesome educational web tools I have being bookmarking for the last couple of weeks. The purpose is to update you with the latest and new web tools that have been recently released online and which you can use either in your teaching or for your own professional development as an educator. Enjoy
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Storehouse Storytelling App Gets Embeds And Improved Community Building Tools Storehouse, an app for iPad that functions as a story creation tool with images, video and text, is getting a nice update today. The update brings the ability to embed stories in blogs and on the web, as well as comments and an easy way to find Storehouse users on Twitter and Facebook. I spoke to co-founder Mark Kawano about the new release and some of the rationale for introducing embeds as the first big new feature — and why it took so long to add any social elements. The embeds, which work like the below, are gorgeous. Kawano says that they spent a lot of time thinking about how to present stories in an enticing way, while still honoring flexible layouts. If, for instance, you embed it in a Tumblr post with a narrow column, only the ‘cover’ of a story will display.