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October 18, 2011

TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 10/19/2011

by Randy Ziegenfuss
  • This graphic provides some classroom application of technology that fall into all levels of the SAMR model. Useful for classroom teachers and principals.

    tags: SAMR integration technology tl2014

  • “Follow links on Twitter -> Dig deeper then blog my ideas -> Seek related Pro-D opportunities -> Connect to other participants -> Share as I learn -> Consolidate ideas and blog again -> Follow links on Twitter…”

    tags: professionaldevelopment educator PLN PD tl2014

  • “The below presentation outlines why it is important to move from banning and blocking social media to empowering students to use this resource. It features real ways this is being done in elementary and secondary school. It also provides ideas for analyzing what the internet says about us and suggests some food for thought around how educators will incorporate social media into their work with their students. “

    tags: educator online social networking facebook modelling tl2014

  • “Within weeks of the Consumer Reports news, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, called for challenging the 1998 Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (Coppa), which prevents Facebook from signing up young kids legally. “That will be a fight we take on at some point,” Zuckerberg said at the NewSchools Summit in California. And indeed, with the Federal Trade Commission poised to tighten Coppa’s regulations, Facebook has tripled its spending on lobbying, formed a political action committee and hired former Bush and Obama officials to push for its agenda.”

    tags: facebook social networking COPPA internet safety tl2014

  • One of the factors: “Ignore standardized test results, obsess over self-confidence levels.This means, of course, that it doesn’t matter how one performs on national standardized tests since those test scores do not have impact on the sixty years one spends in the workforce.”

    tags: school affects future earnings tl2014

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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