TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 03/12/2012
Creative Problem Solving – Download Free Content from TED on iTunes
“These speakers from TED assess the prevailing model of education reform by answering the critical question: How do we create educational environments that maximize how students harness their creative and problem-solving potential?”
As Digital Tools Abound, Help Kids Self-Regulate | MindShift
“It’s not a stretch to say that technology will continue to change the educational landscape. As students become more immersed in technology around them, self-regulation will become an essential life skill to cultivate.”
JellyCam – Stop Motion
The free stop-motion movie maker.
TPACK and Common Core – Classroom 2.0 LIVE!
Online webinar presenting ideas about how the TPACK framework can help teachers implement the common core standards.
Teenage Brains – Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine
This NG article captures the essence of contemporary brain research regarding teens.
Educate Parents About Social Networking and Community | Common Sense Media
“Kids are spending lots of time on social networks, and parents are concerned about what’s happening on these sites. The following resources are designed to help your school provide social networking guidance to parents in whatever format works for you: in person, through mailings, or on your website.”
Digital Literacy and Citizenship Classroom Curriculum | Common Sense Media
“Common Sense Media offers this FREE Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum to help educators empower their students and their school communities to be safe, responsible, and savvy as they navigate this fast-paced digital world.”
Evernote for Educators – LiveBinder
An extensive collection of uses for Evernote in education.
Evernote for Education
An extensive collection of ideas on how to use Evernote in education.
How Computer Games Help Children Learn | MindShift
“Epistemic games are computer games that are essentially about learning to think in innovative ways. They’re designed to be pedagogical tools for the digital age where the player learns to think like professionals by playing a simulated game of such professions as management, engineering, journalism or urban planning.”
What Content Are You Filtering? #tcea2012
“”Censoring doesn’t protect students, it hinders the development of the ability to choose and react appropriately while they’re still supervised” Gail Lovely (glovely) via Twitter (02/18/2012)”
The Google Search Stories Video Creator allows you to create a short video about the searches that you perform on Google. To create your video you enter your search terms, select some background music, and let the creator render a video for you.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.