Sunday, January 29, 2017

Here are some ideas on building student /teacher engagement with technology. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief

5 steps to boost computer science engagement
5 steps to boost computer science engagement
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How can states boost student interest in computer science and careers in computing? The Southern Regional Education Board has published recommendations focused, in part, on expanding interest among typically underrepresented student groups, such as girls and minorities.
CampusTechnology.com (12/19) 

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Here is a great opportunity for professional development. Courtesy of edublogs. Enjoy.


 
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Starting the first week of 2017, we will be sending out a weekly blogging prompt to those that join the FREE club. You can see some examples in the announcement post here.

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Sunday, January 8, 2017

Here is a practical way to use technology to teach literacy. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief.


Reading lessons extend to writing, connecting
Reading lessons extend to writing, connecting
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Students in second-grade teacher Erin Blumenthal's class have used mail, email, Twitter and Skype to connect with their favorite authors. In this commentary, Blumenthal highlights the project and its outcomes.
The Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster) (1/1)  Bookmark and Share

Sunday, January 1, 2017

News Literacy Project creates resource for spotting fake news - One of the most important strategies for students to develop when using the internet, is the ability to determine fake news and information. This article is a great resources. Courtesy of ASDC SmartBrief.


Officials with the News Literacy Project has developed an infographic that seeks to help students and teachers detect fake news. Project officials say the resource, Ten Questions For Fake News Detection, was developed in response to educator concerns about how best to address the issue in classes.
The Seattle Times (tiered subscription model) (12/29)  


 Be sure to visit the NLP link and sign up for the free news letter.
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