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I, Meenakshi Uberoi, Education Evangelist & Founding Director of De Pedagogics, am passionate about coaching, teaching and learning. I design curriculum and train educators to equip and assist them in creating innovative, challenging and enriching classroom environments that are conducive to students becoming life-long learners. I am based out of Gurgaon, India and am proficient in conversing in 3 languages- English, Hindi and Punjabi. My aim is to drive programs to accelerate technology benefits in education with a scope of activities that cover the full spectrum of learning scenarios, including: student programs, teacher PD programs, K-12 learning technologies, 1:1 personal learning infrastructure and supporting educational content. A MIE Fellow and MIE Master Trainer, I am also a resource person for Pearson & for Shri Ram New Horizons and am ready to connect with educators across the globe between 18:00 – 10:00 EST (6:30 am – 10:30 pm India time).

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Center for Global Education By Anthony Jackson In matters of national security, environmental sustainability, and economic development, what we do as a nation and in our everyday lives is inextricably intertwined with what governments, businesses, and individuals do beyond our borders. This new reality helps us more clearly define the role that education must play in preparing all students for success in an interconnected world. The United States have invested unprecedented resources in education, betting that our outmoded, factory-age system can be fundamentally transformed to prepare students for the rigors of a global economy. They have challenged states and school districts to set clearer, higher standards and assess student progress in more creative ways, prepare more productive teachers, and provide effective intervention in failing schools.

Integrating tech for the new term: getting to know students – learning technologies in EAP All teachers know that the new year really starts in September, not January as the rest of the world seems to think. That’s when we make our resolutions to be better people, better colleagues and better teachers. We tell ourselves that we are going to finally get organised, read those articles, clean the desk, plan lessons in advance and make sure we stay on top of marking. Sometimes we even do some of those things….. In the spirit of the new (teaching) year, I thought I’d make some suggestions for any teachers wanting to integrate a little more technology into their lessons.

Classroom Timers - Fun Timers We've decided to put our new fun timers, and timers for classrooms into a nice sub-section. These are great timers for children, or maybe meetings, or anything really. They just add some extra fun to the usual countdown timers :-) Classic Classroom Timers: 14 Polish phrases that British people find hilarious (and what you could say instead) - Azimo - Blog As a Polish / British company, we at Azimo often talk about the Polish idioms that make our British colleagues laugh. So we polled the office and picked our favourites, and hopefully you’ll enjoy these bits of cross-cultural miscommunication as much as we do. 1.

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27 Powerful Images That Sum up How Smartphones Are Ruining Our Lives - BlazePress Thanks to smartphones we have never been so connected to people that can be as far as the other side of the world, whilst being left feeling disconnected from those right next to us. These illustrations highlight how smartphones are causing the death of conversation and changing social interaction as we know it. Check out these other articles: 30 Of The Most Powerful Images Ever App Kickstart Guides from Google Play for Education Kickstart Guides are designed to build your Android app-titude for specific apps in Google Play for Education, by getting you up and running in as little as 15 minutes with videos, best practices, and much more. More info about kickstart guides, including who they are for and how they might be used. Please let us know if you have any feedback.

Web 2.0 Tools/Apps » Technology Integration Web 2.0 is a term used to describe the current point in the evolution of the web and the tools and services that are now possible. Some people feel this is a misnomer since the web is a constantly evolving entity rather than a series of releases. Perhaps you feel more comfortable with the term “new internet usage” or “current web tools” instead of Web 2.0. Regardless of what you call it, there are many wonderful and useful applications (apps) on the web. Anna Laghigna's Learning Diary Teaching English as a foreign language, I have used technology so far especially to improve speaking skills (pronunciation, fluency and oracy) through Digital Storytelling, Flipped Classroom or Webquests. Unfortunately, I have not been able to carry out any PBL in full so far, firstly because we have little technology at school; secondly because there are few teachers in my school who would be willing to consider a multidisciplinary approach; thirdly, because you will need a lot of permissions in Italian schools to do so, including the approval by your principal. So, let's hope for the future. If the main objectives of our learning stories should focus on the creation rather than the mere consumption of knowledge, the range of possible activities is huge: from videos, storyboards, comic strips, animations to presentations, e-books, timelines, infographics, blogs, wikis, etc. For example, they created imaginary interviews with their favourite celebrities. Was it realistic?