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6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2015 | Cult of Pedagogy

Posted: 7th January 2015 by admin in article
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6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2015 | Cult of Pedagogy.

We’ve got no time, no time…

Posted: 22nd October 2014 by admin in article
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We’ve got no time, no time… [SLIDE] | Dangerously Irrelevant. We’re so busy doing 20th century teaching, we don’t have time to initiate 21st century learning.

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Why Schools in England Are Teaching 5-Year-Olds How to Code – Bloomberg. Photographer: Engel & Gielen/Getty Images

EdTech Vocabulary Cheat Sheet

Posted: 24th September 2014 by admin in article
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Brush Up On Your EdTech Vocabulary With This Cheat Sheet | Edudemic.

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Best Math Apps and Websites for PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, & 2nd Grade: App Task Challenges.   by  { pranav }

Teaching With Khan Academy

Posted: 25th June 2014 by admin in article
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Teaching With Khan Academy – Math Engagement Strategy.   by  anthonydilaura

SMILE

Posted: 23rd June 2014 by admin in article
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SMILE turns a traditional classroom into a highly interactive learning environment by engaging students in critical reasoning and problem solving while enabling them to generate, share, and evaluate multimedia-rich inquiries SMILE: Stanford Mobile Inquiry-based Learning Environment | Stanford Graduate School of Education | IT.

Made with Code_Google

Posted: 20th June 2014 by admin in article
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Made with Code_Google.

Theory of “Disruptive Innovation” Gets Wrong

Posted: 19th June 2014 by admin in article
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Jill Lepore: What the Theory of “Disruptive Innovation” Gets Wrong : The New Yorker.

iPad Wired Keyboard a must for SBAC

Posted: 27th May 2014 by admin in article
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If you are using your iPads for the SBAC testing, you will need a keyboard.  Schools report setting up a classroom of blue tooth keyboards a mess.  Your best bet is to use a Wired Keyboard.  check out MacALLY’s wired keyboard for $59 IKEYLT – Macally Peripherals.   by  StewC