Business Models: Plugg Start-up winners Mendeley & Myngle Today, European internet entrepreneurs, investors and bloggers gathered on the Plugg 2009 conference to look at the ‘new web’ and its future. One of the key elements on Plugg is the Start-ups Rally, a pitching competition where 20 start-ups present their business to the audience and a challenging jury of investors and thought leaders. Let’s have a look at the business model of the 2 winners! Mendeley.com: Last.fm for research Support Blogging! - Links to School Bloggers The Top 100 Bloggers of 2013: Ten Niches, Ten Bloggers! Welcome to this compilation of the top 100 bloggers of 2013! I’m going to go through ten separate categories and take a quick look at all the best and brightest from those markets. Ranging from health and fitness to SEO and internet marketing, there’s a lot of fantastic bloggers. This list won’t be the be-all and end-all of the ultimate blogging enthusiasts, but it will feature many bloggers who have stood out and are pretty recognisable in their respective niches.
Digital Habitats: stewarding technology for communities » Putting our diagrams to work Jul 05 2010 Our goal in writing Digital Habitats was to recognize and move forward the literacies that are involved in stewarding technology for communities. We are happy when people put our ideas to work and appreciate it when people use our diagrams for that purpose. If you write us requesting permission to use the diagrams in a copyrighted work, we are happy to give permission. How we will learn MindShift explores the future of learning in all its dimensions. We examine how learning is being affected by technology, discoveries about the brain, poverty, inequities, mindfulness, agency, social and emotional learning, assessments, game-based learning and music, among many other topics. We report on shifts in how educators teach as they apply innovative ideas to help students learn, while meeting the rigorous demands of their standards. MindShift has a unique audience of educators, parents, policy makers and life-long learners who engage in meaningful dialogue with one another on our sites. We try to keep our passionate audience informed on multiple platforms with reporting from us and trusted sources in education.
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The Differentiated Instruction Book of Lists Yesterday, I was at a meeting where a typical “mexican stand-off” began to take place. One group wanted a group of teachers to receive professional development for a technology only a small portion of them had access to, and were insisting the PD had to take place first; in the mean time, the teacher-learners were saying, quite reasonably, that they weren’t eager to take a course for something they wouldn’t have an opportunity to implement, and if it was eventually implemented, the knowledge they acquired in the PD would be long enough ago to make it useless and it would need to be redone. These sorts of arguments take place all the time.
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