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Above And Beyond

Above And Beyond

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KMM387HNQk

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Orion Nebula-Mother of Creation#edcmooc I picked the Orion Nebula M42 as my background for 2 reasons:. one I liked the colors and two, Orion symbolized creation to the Mayans, MOOCs like myself and everyone else are perpetually in the creative phase.Credit original photo: Credit: NASA, ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) et al., recomposed by DL. Gabriel #edcmooc

ggpslibrary - Guided Inquiry What is Guided Inquiry? Guided inquiry is the process used by teachers in collaboration with teacher librarians to develop student information literacy and research skills within inquiry based classroom learning programs aligned with the Australian Curriculum. Guided Inquiry Design Process. (Kuhlthau, C., Maniotes, L and Caspari, A. 2012) Tools and scaffoldsUseful linksPB works Guided Inquiry Community Scaffolded units of inquiryICT and Information Fluency matrixBCPS research process R-4Baltimore County Research modules - Inquiry units at all levelsISP NSWWeb evaluation for teachersGraphic organisers for notetaking and thinking Sir Ken Robinson on the Power of the Imaginative Mind (Part One) Ken: Good evening. Education reform is, I think, now the major global challenge, and I just wanted to share some thoughts with you then open this up for some conversation before we're done. Who's been to Las Vegas?

Information Literacy for Littlies From the time they are born children are innately curious and as soon as they are able to articulate the words, they ask questions so they can make the connections they need as they try to make sense of their world. As the nearest adult we try to help them with the answers. When the child comes to school they know they are going to learn to read not only so they can enjoy stories for themselves but also so they can answer their own questions. So how can we help them do this right from the get-go?

Disrupting Higher Education (with images, tweets) · audreywatters Professor Diana Laurillard, University of London Remodeling higher education to harness technology the issues: global demand for higher education Crash! Bang! Boom! How to add Google Drawings comic strips to your class This post is co-authored by Ditch That Textbook’s Matt Miller and Cori Orlando, a teacher on special assignment (TOSA) from Simi Valley, California. Find her blog, Leading in Limbo, at leadinginlimbo.weebly.com. We (Cori and Matt) are betting that comics are a memorable part of your childhood, whether they were the color comic strips in the Sunday newspaper or comic books. Comic strips and comic strips captivated us as children. Tap into that energy in the classroom with Google Drawings comic strips! Here’s how. Virtual Immersion: A Double Bind edcMOOC Artefact "Technology enhanced learning" Today's lesson, how to become extinct.Images from Corning's "A Day Made of Glass"www.flickr.com Our Chemical Selves: Although augmented learning through brain-machine interfacing may not yet be a reality, we are already forging strong connections between our brain and our computers just by the way we use them.angelatowndrow.blogspot.com.au Andy Mitchell's tagsexplorer: tracking connections between tweetchat participantswww.flickr.com

Looking Back to the Future! Seymour Papert - Teaching vs. Learning Education with an Emphasis on LEARNING not Teaching! Seymour Papert the Teacher Activist. :) "Nothing enrages me more than when people criticize my criticism of school by telling me that schools are not just places to learn math and spelling, they are places where children learn a vaguely defined thing called socialization. I know. I think schools generally do an effective and terribly damaging job of teaching children to be infantile, dependent, intellectually dishonest, passive and disrespectful to their own developmental capacities."

The Journey : Education for All ? Today week 2 of EDCMOOC started . Our assignments this week are related to watching and analysing some videos and do some core reading about Metaphors and the Internet by Rebecca Johnston. The first video and the one that called my attention the most was called A Day Made of Glass : The video is very hypnotasing, and I was watching I was wondering a lot of things , but I will focus today in Education and how it is portrayed .

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