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the natural home for authors, editors and societies. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets: Welcome to SAGE Curriculet Changing the way kids read — and how teachers create, share and teach. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero After spending the decade before founding Curriculet as the founder and principal of two KIPP schools, there were two major problems Jason Singer wanted to solve. “First and foremost, I want students to spend their school-age years falling in love with reading and making it a lifelong passion,” says Jason, but “In fact the opposite is true. providing this richer more engaging experience will fundamentally revolutionize the reading lives of kids,” says Jason. Victor: What else can you tell me about its development history? Jason: We began working on the vision and design of Curriculet while I was still a sitting principal. Victor: Anything else our readers would find interesting about your own background that informed your current approach? Jason: Everything really. Victor: What’s your 60 second pitch to someone on what exactly it is, benefits? Victor: Anything else in the works? Like this:
Emerald Insight Top Ten Tech Trends 2015 | Piktochart Infographic Editor Social media is about learning, connecting, creating. It’s about relationships. It is our landscape. It’s thorny, but it’s here. We need to leverage it. We need to teach in it. 1. 2. 3. Platforms like G+ Hangouts & Skype, with its new translation service, make it easier than ever to engage & contribute, beyond our zip codes, with little or no cost. Platforms like Google Classroom and Subtext allow us to enter students’ work formatively, to intervene in the writing and research processes, to observe products and growth. We're using it, & modeling its use for advocacy, fundraising, supporting developers, making stuff happen 4. 5. 1:1/mobile is the new computer lab Library labs will morph into multi-functional planning/creating spaces. 6. Librarians must curate. create dashboards, for mobile, as well as desktop devices, and scout out best emerging tools.These new collections will allow students & teachers to easily find needed apps and sites and creatively blend or smash them. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Title Lists About Peer Review Policy EBSCO Peer Review Policy I. In order to consistently assign peer-review status to titles on our products, EBSCO has established the following guidelines for assigning peer-review. II. Peer-review is defined by EBSCO as: Blind Peer-Review—articles appearing in a journal are sent outside of the journal's publishing or sponsoring organization for review by external reviewer(s) who are unaware of the author's identity. III. EBSCO uses the following sources to identify peer-reviewed journals: The journal’s website and/or The Serials Directory, an online directory of serials with descriptions The publisher of the journal Feedback from librarians and professors EBSCO staff librarians IV. EBSCO periodically conducts reviews of its peer-review assessments for quality control purposes.
James Kennedy » 90-Second Newbery The 90-Second Newbery Film Festival is an annual video contest in which kid filmmakers create movies that tell the entire stories of Newbery-winning books in 90 seconds or less. Come to one of the following screenings in this year’s tour of the FOURTH ANNUAL 90-Second Newbery! Sunday, January 25, 2015. The CHICAGO SCREENING at Adventure Stage Chicago (1012 N Noble St, Chicago, IL). With co-host Keir Graff (author of The Other Felix). 3-4:30 pm. Make your free reservation here.Saturday, February 7, 2015. About the Film Festival The 90-Second Newbery Film Festival is an annual video contest in which kid filmmakers create movies that tell the entire stories of Newbery-winning books in 90 seconds or less. Ever since 1922, the Newbery Medal has been recognized as the most prestigious award in children’s literature. Teachers, here’s a fun project that will get your students reading Newbery winners. The rules: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Intimidated? Newbery Honor books are fair game too.
Open Access Journals Search Engine (OAJSE) Teach Kids To Be Their Own Internet Filters ” credit=”flickingerbrad/Flickr It’s becoming less and less effective to block students from websites. When Los Angeles Unified rolled out its one-to-one iPad program, administrators expected to be able to control how students used them both in school and at home. But, not surprisingly, kids are resourceful and students quickly found ways around the security, prompting the district to require students to turn over the devices. Students live in an information-saturated world. “If we are not teaching the kids to use the web as a vehicle for enhancing learning and teaching them to be the filter, that’s a dereliction of duty.” A key to making sure good practices stick is to teach research skills when kids need them. [RELATED READING: Building Good Search Skills: What Students Need to Know] “If we are not teaching the kids to use the web as a vehicle for enhancing learning and teaching them to be the filter, that’s a dereliction of duty,” Luhtala said. Related
Inderscience Publishers: publishers of distinguished academic, scientific and professional journals Books in the home as important as parents education level: University of Nevada, Reno Whether rich or poor, residents of the United States or China, illiterate or college graduates, parents who have books in the home increase the level of education their children will attain, according to a 20-year study led by Mariah Evans, University of Nevada, Reno associate professor of sociology and resource economics. For years, educators have thought the strongest predictor of attaining high levels of education was having parents who were highly educated. But, strikingly, this massive study showed that the difference between being raised in a bookless home compared to being raised in a home with a 500-book library has as great an effect on the level of education a child will attain as having parents who are barely literate (3 years of education) compared to having parents who have a university education (15 or 16 years of education). Both factors, having a 500-book library or having university-educated parents, propel a child 3.2 years further in education, on average.
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