The educational thoughts of Jason Epstein
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The survey found that 62% of the respondents belong to a social network. Within the educator subgroups, 61% of teachers, 51% of the principals, and 71% of the librarians indicated they are members of a social network. Educators believe that social networks could provide significant value for education.
There is a place for eBooks in the classroom. Can they replace textbooks. Heck yeah! Why not! The eBook of the future could be a multimedia platform with video and audio and interactive teaching tools. But should eBooks replace entire libraries like the one in Massachusetts? I just don't think so, at least not right now.
Specialist and Grade 6 Language Arts Teacher and Students using a Research Model to discover the characteristics of Tolkiens fantasy creatures. Print and Internet Resources were accessed using Destiny online library catalog. Students created guidebooks based on their research as well as dioramas triptych art and murals. Since students were especially fond of the hobbits we planned a gallery walk to celebrate their amazing artwork and for the school community to enjoy The school library was transformed into the shire and Bilbo Baggins turned ....