Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Daily updates in Group Diigo In Education

13 new Items See More »
Jennifer Diaz
shared by Jennifer Diaz 11 Jul 12 04:58:52 - Comment - Like
  • Jennifer Diaz
    Jennifer Diaz 11 Jul 12 04:58:52
    Website with tons of links for how to use Edmodo with students.
Roland Gesthuizen
shared by Roland Gesthuizen 10 Jul 12 10:55:46 - Comment - Like
  • Roland Gesthuizen
    Roland Gesthuizen 10 Jul 12 10:55:46
    CS4HS is an initiative sponsored by Google to promote Computer Science and Computational Thinking in the secondary curriculum. This page lists CS4HS activities hosted at the University of Melbourne.
Stephen Bright
shared by Stephen Bright 10 Jul 12 10:05:29 - Comment - Like
  • Stephen Bright
    Stephen Bright 10 Jul 12 10:05:29
    digital curation scoop.it page curated by Joyce Seitzinger @catspyjamasnz 
Stephen Bright
shared by Stephen Bright 10 Jul 12 10:01:17 - Comment - Like
  • Stephen Bright
    Stephen Bright 10 Jul 12 10:01:17
    good 'compare and contrast' between what is just collection of digital content resources and what the 'added value' of curation of digital resources means
Donald Sweeney
shared by Donald Sweeney 10 Jul 12 05:21:00 - Comment - Like
Donald Sweeney
shared by Donald Sweeney 10 Jul 12 05:03:28 - Comment - Like
Steve Ransom
shared by Steve Ransom 10 Jul 12 12:56:57 - Comment - Like
  • but with a conscious mindfulness of their strengths and weaknesses.
  • More than half of the world's population is now on a social networks, and it's increasing everyday
  • The Internet, then, is great for spreading awareness and it can be quite powerful in terms of its impact as well.  Where it lacks, though, is the third element -- transformation.
  • FaceBook's organizing principle is to retain the online attention of its users and monetize it by displaying ads
  • What transformation does is shift the pattern of addiction altogether; changing the habits of your heart was the true genius of these social change giants.
  • If we are to have sustainable revolutions that last for generations, our modern day technologies have to be designed for this element of inner transformation.
  • Each of those legendary service heroes started with changing themselves at the root level, and despite leading vast revolutions, always kept that front and center.
  • When organized, such inner-transformation driven designs work at the intersection of three big circles: outer change, systemic change and personal change.
  • Giftivism: the practice of radically generous acts that change the world.  It works by transforming the heart of the change maker, even more than the impact on its external beneficiaries.  A key metric of giftivism is that it works to uplift the 100%.  It has no enemies.  It is unconditionally kind to everyone.
  • Steve Ransom
    Steve Ransom 10 Jul 12 12:56:57
    Why change/impact is so hard... it must begin or move to the inner self. Passion-driven action... no tools, policies, initiatives, services,... are ever enough if we don't address the deep-seated ideas and behaviors that need to change.
There are another 3 new items in group, See More »

You received this message because you are a member of the group Diigo In Education at Diigo.com.

Your alert setting indicates that new additions to this group should be sent to you Daily.
Click to change your email alert preference to: Immediately, Weekly , Not subscribed

Post a Comment