TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 04/02/2012
The Evolution of the Classroom Schedule | Langwitches Blog
“It will take classroom teachers, who understand that “21st Century Learning” cannot be equaled to “using computers, iPads, web 2.0 tools or other technology gadgets and tools” at a set time during their schedule , to make the shift how we think about learning.”
The 21st Century Principal: 3 Considerations for 21st Century Digital School Leaders
“In a digital world, the principal’s sphere of influence and leadership has expanded tremendously, and they are forced to take on one more role: digital school leader. What does it mean for school leaders to become digital leaders? “
The Comprehensive Guide to Google Free Tools for Teachers and Students
“Google has some of the best free educational resources for teachers and students. I am one of the biggest fans of some of his services such as Google plus, YouTube, Bogger, Google docs and many more. The question is do all teachers know about how to leverage these services in education ? Unfortunately not all of them do. Many still relate Google to a sole web engine where you can perform a search query. Yes Google started as a search engine but developed into a multi-task platform offering all the possible services users might think of while browsing the web.”
Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: You are Prey – Educating Principals and Others about GoogleForms
“Without reservation, I wholeheartedly support the use of GoogleDocs and Forms in school settings. But let’s remember FERPA, confidentiality, and to take responsibility for our own learning, as well as help others be better digital citizens” careful what you ask for when using google forms.
10 Steps to Managing Cooperative, Project-Based Learning Groups | 1 to 1 Schools
“Even with these tools, scaffolding is necessary. Below is a series of mini-lessons I use for the first project. The expectation is that groups become more independent in subsequent projects.”
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