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Revised paper on Linking formal and informal education through web technology

Started Nov 8, 2011 0 Replies

 Colleagues, Click on this link and find the revised paper on linking formal and informal education through web technology:…Continue

Electronic portfolios

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard D Solomon, PhD Sep 25, 2011. 3 Replies

Colleagues,I'm thinking about inviting some of my students (both secondary and graduate) to make electronic portfolios displaying their work. Secondary students will present their work for the year…Continue

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Announcing new Google Spreadsheet on Integrating Web Technology into Instruction and Teacher Training

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard D Solomon, PhD May 9, 2011. 2 Replies

Dear friends and colleagues:The Google Document spreadsheet that we have been working on for the past 10 months,…Continue

Tags: and, teacher, training, education, Judaic

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Nov 8, 2011
Richard D Solomon, PhD replied to Richard D Solomon, PhD's discussion Electronic portfolios
"Alan,   Excellent examples of digital portfolios! Well done!   RDs"
Sep 25, 2011
Richard D Solomon, PhD replied to Richard D Solomon, PhD's discussion Electronic portfolios
"Alan,   Thank you so much for your thoughtful response. I will check out the urls you have shared.   Best wishes,   Richard"
Sep 25, 2011
Alan Stange replied to Richard D Solomon, PhD's discussion Electronic portfolios
"On my Wordpress Blog I included a traditional resume page and an anti resume page based on my district's teacher assessment rubric. I incorporate links to other documents in both.   I have been doing digital portfolios with elementary…"
Sep 25, 2011
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Electronic portfolios

Colleagues,I'm thinking about inviting some of my students (both secondary and graduate) to make electronic portfolios displaying their work. Secondary students will present their work for the year or semester and graduate students will create a professional teaching portfolio. Toward this end I have a few questions that I would like to pose to you, and here they are:1. Have you ever made or invited your students to create an electronic portfolio?2. If so, would you mind explaining what you…See More
Sep 25, 2011
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A paper on linking formal and informal education

Colleagues, Click here and find a paper I wrote on linking formal with informal (Jewish) education. I wonder if the ideas in the paper go beyond Jewish education? What are your thoughts? RichardSee More
Sep 9, 2011
Richard D Solomon, PhD replied to D Slaton's discussion Best Web Tools for Teachers in the group Edtech
"I'm glad you think this spreadsheet has some value. Please feel free to add web tools to this document. This is a collaborative and ever expanding spreadsheet. Thank you! Richard"
May 21, 2011
Richard D Solomon, PhD replied to D Slaton's discussion Best Web Tools for Teachers in the group Edtech
"Debra, I invite you to examine these two links: https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AVHRiMW9xDMfZGRycHJnaGZfODZjdzd0czlkMg&hl=en and http://richarddsolomonsblog.blogspot.com/ Even though it appears that these links relate to Judaic education,…"
May 18, 2011
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Edtech

A group where educators can learn and identify which Educational Technology tools are appropriate for them.I'm hoping to simplify this process for educators and am open to any feedback (organization, specific sites, beta vs ready, etc etc.)See More
May 18, 2011
Richard D Solomon, PhD replied to Richard D Solomon, PhD's discussion Announcing new Google Spreadsheet on Integrating Web Technology into Instruction and Teacher Training
"We invite all the members of the Educator's PLN to add their favorite web tools to this spreadsheet."
May 9, 2011
Richard D Solomon, PhD replied to Richard D Solomon, PhD's discussion Announcing new Google Spreadsheet on Integrating Web Technology into Instruction and Teacher Training
"Chevre,   You are invited to add your favorite web tools to this spreadsheet.   RDS"
May 2, 2011
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Announcing new Google Spreadsheet on Integrating Web Technology into Instruction and Teacher Training

Dear friends and colleagues:The Google Document spreadsheet that we have been working on for the past 10 months, https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AVHRiMW9xDMfZGRycHJnaoaGZfODZjdzd0czlkMg, is now ready for your examination. This spreadsheet contains a list of web tools for  Jewish  and seciular educators and staff developers in these…See More
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The Teacher Mentoring Project

To collaborate and find best practices and to mentor and support new and pre-service teachers in K-12 and higher education institutes of learning worldwide for online and offline learning.The New Teacher Mentoring project can help you navigate through your first few years of teaching with a virtual mentor.You can also find support by following Lisa Dabbs @teachingwthsoul and joining …See More
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How much of what we do as educators is done because that’s the way it’s always been done? I imagine that whenever these things, that we do out of a respect for history, were originally executed, there was probably a reason for it. My question is with our society and all of the systems within it changing so rapidly over the past few decades, are those original reasons for doing things a certain way still valid? How would we know unless we re-examined the things that we do in education and see if…See More
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