The educational thoughts of Jason Epstein
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Tags: book_trailers, DigitalStorytelling, reading
This site was recommended by one of our district librarians to support the genre push in our ISD.
Tags: genre, genres, books, reading
A great resource for teaching genres. Includes several genres posters with specific examples.
Tags: reading, genre, genres, posters, Literature, Library, books
National Year of Reading 2012
New web site launched today.
Tags: literacy, 2012, reading promotion
Ways to Use ThingLink in the Classroom - "Google Docs"
Tags: thinglink, ideas, edtech, images, graphics, photos, presentations
Creekview High School Most Frequently Used Databases: A Comparison...
Welcome to the Future ...Today by Simon Crook on Prezi
Tags: trends, future, education, edtech, mlearning, augmented_reality, prezi, eme2040, games, collaboration
Just Google It: How Search Engines Stunt College Students Research Skills -... - StumbleUpon
Tags: students, research, search engines, stunt
13 Mind-Bending Social Media Marketing Statistics
Tags: social media
Educate with Thinglink
@sallliwilson implemented some of the ideas from the Google Doc "Ways to Use ThingLink in the Classroom"https://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0ASfUsgJWgfcsZGNjOWZxZHRfNjI5Zno5MmszZ3Q&hl=en_US
Tags: photos, thinglink, images, graphics, presentations, cool tools
Social research? An escalation in the citationwars.
Tags: research, citation
Taming Information Chaos |
Tags: HeyJude, information literacy, digital literacy, information overload, chaos
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