Do you have a professional/personal learning network (PLN)?If so, please take a few moments to share what you have learned from your PLN: http://goo.gl/VQSPl6We will be using the results from this survey to help educators and policymakers design more effective PD for teachers. We look forward to learning from you!Torrey TrustAssistant Professor of Learning TechnologiesUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstSee More
Hello,I wanted to share a request and a great site from a classmate of mine:>>I'm creating a geography education wiki called GeoShare (geoshare.wikispaces.com), that intends to collect resources for teaching geography, GIS, and spatial analysis ideas to K-12 students, particularly lesson material that can be taught in non-geography classes. I've created a few wiki pages to start things off, but if you have some time to…See More
"This is fantastic. As a new Principal at a school, and one whose Master's thesis was based specifically on the difference between how adults and students use technology, this article speaks volumes to me. I love the idea of determining the…"
Shopaholics do not agree to the fact that they are shopaholics until and unless they are forced to agree that they are affected by the addiction of shopping, and they need to do seriously something about it so that they do not waste their entire savings and cry about it on a later date. In this post, we will help you spot the problem and if you spot the issue, go ahead and look for a remedy so that you get enough time to be at ease in the future. 1. Your credit card balance is always close…See More
Hello Collective wisdom!I wanted to know if there were any great websites anyone can recommend for elementary school students (K-12) that introduce primary sources?With Common Core State Standards, I notice students are introduced to primary sources in the 3rd grade and there is a local history assignment at one of the schools I talked to. Know any good introductory sites? I'm currently building one as part of a project for my multimedia course and would like to look to the left and right for…See More
I was 6 when I decided I wanted to be a PE teacher. A lively child, I loved taking part in any kind of sporting activity. It was 1971 when I set eyes on our new track suited next-door neighbour. I was hooked. I wanted to be like her. I wanted to go to work in a tracksuit and trainers and play sport all day. No amount of persuasion or…See More