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There is an age old adage that says “two heads are better than one”. Consider collaboration in recent history: Watson and Crick or Page and Brin (Founders of Google).
But did you know it was a collaborative Computer Club about basic…
Added by Tess Pajaron on November 9, 2012 at 2:36pm — No Comments
This article list factors that influence students and their use of technology in the classroom. Data was gathered from 732 teachers from 17 school districts and 107 different schools in the state of Florida. Its a quick read...check it out :)
I've created a livebinder that can hopefully be used as a valuable gifted education resource.
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This blog post is very interesting. It includes something for everyone. Topics include brain-based learning, technology, anti-bullying, etc.
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James Joyce affirms that geniuses not only accept mistakes as part of the learning process, but willingly seek them out as doors to self-discovery. In education, our perception of mistakes is important. It challenges conceptions of what defines success and failure.
The greatest mistake I ever made in my education was failing a physics…
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With www.learnclick.com you can create cloze tests (gap-filling exercises) with just a few mouse clicks. There are different types of modes you can choose from, for example drag & drop. The statistics give you an idea were the weaknesses of one's students are. The free version offers enough time if you just plan to use the website for a one-time fun activity and the prices for a year membership are also very affordable. There are…Continue
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The video below is a great example of how a class took a digital camera and created a scene of the Rver Severn.
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Please don’t commit lingerie suicide! Women which wear raggedy underwear under $400 gowns are undermining the full effect. Besides the fact that, as my mother always said, "Make positive your undergarments tend to be clean and still have no divots in them, you never know when you might have an incident. " Never underestimate the worthiness of your own mental attitude once you know you look well in the skin up-or from getting the absolutely correct foundation…Continue
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Although we put a great deal of focus on clothing, most of us don’t frequently give sufficient attention to womens under wear. Outside sight doesn’t mean outside style. We practically are now living in them! It’s the intimate clothing that frequently makes you feel the sexiest. The greatest underwear/lingerie ought to be both secure and popular, yet they aren't so easy to return by.
Here are some…Continue
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Part  Recap In part 1 of this series, I shared my struggles with getting started creating my own personal PD and the difficulty I was having. In this post, I continue the expedition and share the tools I used to create my own PD experience.
Part  Boy was I excited when new people followed me after I tweeted some things out. I would watch my Twitter count go up and when it didn’t, I felt like a failure. Was I really failing? No. Did I know that? Yes. Why did I feel that way?…Continue
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Jazzy 123 is a fun app teaching kids numbers with music instruments. From the developer of Jazzy Day and …Continue
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The advent of technology has brought with it familiar problems in new forms. Yet cyberbullying is unique in many ways.
What makes cyberbullying so different than in-person bullying?
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