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Stephen Bright
shared by Stephen Bright 05 Aug 12 11:00:10 - Comment - Like
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    Stephen Bright 05 Aug 12 11:00:10
    library list of EDUCAUSE 2 page summaries '7 things you should know about...' extensive range of topics including items such as 3D printing, flipped classrooms, MOOCs etc. 
Sara Stanley
shared by Sara Stanley 05 Aug 12 09:37:44 - Comment - Like
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    Sara Stanley 05 Aug 12 09:37:44
    " ... because traditional bullying is far more common than cyberbullying and that the great majority of cyberbullied students are also bullied in more typical ways, "it is natural to recommend schools to direct most of their efforts to counteracting traditional bullying," ideally using an evidence-based approach. His research has found that levels of electronic bullying decline along with traditional bullying in these schools."
Roland Gesthuizen
shared by Roland Gesthuizen 05 Aug 12 12:06:02 - Comment - Like
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    Roland Gesthuizen 05 Aug 12 12:06:02
    "Bookshelves towering floor to ceiling filled with weighty tomes, or one book-sized device holding hundreds of "books" in electronic form: which one of these options for the voracious reader creates the least damaging environmental footprint? "
Roland Gesthuizen
shared by Roland Gesthuizen 05 Aug 12 10:28:48 - Comment - Like
  • our schools are disconnected from young learners and how their learning practices are evolving.  The decision to block social media is inconsistent with how students use social media as a powerful node in their learning network
  • In the not so distant future the notion that schools should block social media will become difficult to defend.  Before that happens schools will have to reimagine their mission in the lives of young learners, the communities that they serve, and the extraordinary possibilities of networked media and networked literacy.
  • Roland Gesthuizen
    Roland Gesthuizen 05 Aug 12 10:28:48
    "The debates about schools and social media are a subject of great public and policy interests.  In reality, the debate has been shaped by one key fact: the almost universal decision by school administrators to block social media."
Jennifer House
shared by Jennifer House 05 Aug 12 08:53:17 - Comment - Like

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