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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Infographic – eSafety label

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Infographic – eSafety

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

Infographic – eSafety

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Patatap

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Patatap is a portable animation and sound kit. With the touch of a finger create melodies charged with moving shapes.

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

Fun! Music using computer keyboards! Wow!

See on www.patatap.com

 
 

What if everything you knew about poverty was wrong?

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Researcher Kathryn Edin left the ivory tower for the streets of Camden—and turned sociology upside down.

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

This is an interesting article that also examines the ideas of marriage, motherhood, and fatherhood.

See on www.motherjones.com

 
 

Bill MacKenty – Educational Technology

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“It boils down to nouns vs verbs. An integrator is more centered around nouns (specific stuff that blinks). A coach is more centered around verbs (teacher instructional practice and student learning)…”

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

This is another argument of semantics over verbs and nouns.  However, it is an excellent point.  Are you a coach or integrator or both? 

See on mackenty.org

 
 

Memory upgrades from Crucial.com – Crucial Mac System Scanner

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Memory upgrades from Crucial.com/eu

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

A simple program to download that examines your system to show you what RAM and upgrades you can add.

See on www.crucial.com

 
 

Austin’s Butterfly: Building Excellence in Student Work – Models, Critique, and Descriptive Feedback

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PortRon Berger from Expeditionary Learning demonstrates the transformational power of models, critique, and descriptive feedback to improve student work. Here he tells…

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

This video is an excellent exploration of how a portfolio should demonstrate learning.

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10 Time Saving Chrome Extensions for Teachers – AppsEvents Blog

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Hand-picked Chrome extensions to help teachers work smarter.

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

Here are a few more good ones to take note of.  I will install at least three of them.  

See on blog.appsevents.com

 
 
 
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