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The state of the web - Spring 2012

The state of the web - Spring 2012

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The 4 Stages of Technology Integration in Education Back again to the topic of technology integration Vs using technology in education. If you still remember, last week Educational Technology and Mobile Learning published two posts on the difference between these two concepts and we argued that technology integration is what is asked from teachers and not just using technology . Integrating technology in your teaching requires beforehand planning and structuring. It also predisposes the existence of a set of learning goals you want to achieve through the integration of this technology in the class. So, the process is highly structured and pre-arranged and nothing is left for " happy accidents ". Inline with this discussion, Teachthought infographic below sheds more light on the 4 stages of technology integration .

If the rest of this year's movie posters told the truth It's been far too long since our last movie poster TRUTH-BOMBING: here's a round-up of the remaining movies that have dodged our rapist rapier wit so far this year. Attention Stumblers! We have a new feature we think you'll like: If 2012's Oscar posters told the truth. In conclusion, I have far too much time on my hands. Attention Stumblers! We have a new feature we think you'll like: If 2012's Oscar posters told the truth.

Youre In For A Surprise: The Dating Site Murderer Redditor spawn02000 made the mistake of posting his own picture to lament his inability to get a date online. Given the glassy stare in his eyes and the ax-murderer beard, there was no choice but to turn his predicament into a hilarious meme. And so the Dating Site Murderer meme was born: Impossible Buildings by Victor Enrich Apr 24, 2012 Barcelona-based artist and photographer Victor Enrich created these intriguing works of art through a combination of photography and 3D digital rendering. With over a decade of professional experience in the 3D architectural visualization field, Victor is able to bring a true sense of photorealism to his ‘impossible’ (rather highly improbable) buildings. Victor has an extensive 37-image gallery on his website that’s worth checking out if the series below interests you.

Corpse Run 157: Subtleties of language Is it weird that I referenced the Elder Scrolls dragon alphabet to actually spell out "penis" in dragon-ese? Am I a messed up individual? Yes, but by god I'm thorough. 10 Ways To Promote Your School Image Credit: There are so many neat ways to promote your school and/or district in this day in age. Leveraging the power of social media, Web 2.0 Tools, and mobile devices enables schools to inform stakeholders of the innovative learning experiences happening daily.

20 GIF Reactions to Real-Life Situations (9.26.11 Here’s a fresh round of animated GIFs that perfectly characterize how it feels when we encounter these everyday scenarios. When someone steps on the back of your shoe When someone you hate says something funny When you have too much sugar Price Tag Fails Some of these might be innocent mistakes, but I imagine most of them are the result of bored workers. Gideon Sundback Gideon Sundback (April 24, 1880 – June 21, 1954) was a Swedish-American electrical engineer, who is most commonly associated with his work in the development of the zipper.[1] Background[edit] Otto Fredrik Gideon Sundback was born on Sonarp farm in Ödestugu Parish, in Jönköping County, Småland, Sweden. He was the son of Jonas Otto Magnusson Sundbäck, a prosperous farmer, and his wife Kristina Karolina Klasdotter. After his studies in Sweden, Sundback moved to Germany, where he studied at the polytechnic school in Bingen am Rhein. In 1903, Sundback took his engineer exam.

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