Monthly Archives: March 2013

Internet literacy. 21st century library skills.

““internet literacy”…… was mentioned by many people. The concept generally refers to the ability to search effectively for information online and to be able to discern the quality and veracity of the information one finds and then communicate these findings … Continue reading

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Skills for modern teaching

10 skills modern teachers must have. Nothing mysterious or even challenging, but will allow for growth and creativity and more engaging classrooms and teaching. Really use your PLN, know when to use technology and when to turn it off, expand … Continue reading

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After a few day…

After a few days of reflecting on #NAISAC13 (the National Association of Independent Schools’ Annual Conference 2013), I am hopeful! From the general sessions that NAIS curated, I cannot imagine that there could be much confusion about core message – … Continue reading

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40 Ways to Use Google Apps in Education ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

This is a great article with linked video tutorials:  Beyond gmail and docs, use forms to create simple surveys and assessments, groups and talk to create class discussions and private chat groups, sync calendar with your classes and students, and more collaboration tools … Continue reading

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