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Another Stunningly Bad Vision for Learning, Top 10 Secret Features of iOS 6, iPhone tips and tricks with iOS 6, The 25 Best Pinterest Boards in EdTech, Why Wikipedia Does Belong in the Classroom, Top Tips for Tweeting Teachers, 10 Free Web 2.0 Tools And How To Easily Use Them In Your Classroom, YouTube, Apples Feud With Google Is Now Felt on the iPhone, Congress Walks Out On The Country, The Nerdy Teacher: Epic @EvernoteSchools Experiment Update #3, The Writing Revolution - Peg Tyre, Portrait of aMicro-manager, Jasmine Is The Best iOS 6 YouTube App Available On The App Store For iPhone 5 And iPad, | Sleep We Have Lost: Pre-industrial Slumber in the British Isles | The American Historical Review, . | The History Cooperative
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Another Stunningly Bad Vision for Learning
willrichardson.com  ❘   Shared by Alex Dunn, Will Richardson and 2 others
From the somewhat ironically titled Getting Smart blog : Harun envisions ShowMe playing a role in the future classroom. "Maybe we will shift to a new form of classrooms, leaving the traditional way of gathering 20-30 students in a room everyday,"...
Alex Dunn Will Richardson Isabella Osswald Mark Oehlert
Top 10 Secret Features of iOS 6
lifehacker.com  ❘   Shared by Danielle Hartman, Tony Baldasaro and 2 others
Apple released iOS 6 this week, bringing a handful of new features to iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches. While they defined many of the flagship features , several were left unsaid. These are our 10 favorite secret features in iOS 6. 10. Pull to...
Danielle Hartman Tony Baldasaro  Matt Britland DASHBURST
iPhone tips and tricks with iOS 6
pocket-lint.com  ❘   Shared by Dughall McCormick, Claire Lotriet and 1 other
Best iPad 2 apps We detail the best iPad 2 and iPad apps in the app store Which iPad app should you download? Best new iPad apps We detail the best iPad apps in the app store for your new Retina Display Which iPad app should you download? Windows...
Dughall McCormick Claire Lotriet DASHBURST
The 25 Best Pinterest Boards in EdTech
onlineuniversities.com  ❘   Shared by Scott Newcomb, Larry Ferlazzo and 1 other
Sep 21, 2012 by Staff Writers Blogs and Twitter aren't the only social tools out there that can help you keep up with the latest and greatest developments in educational technology. Pinterest is rapidly becoming a favorite tool of educators all...
Scott Newcomb Larry Ferlazzo Eric Sheninger
Why Wikipedia Does Belong in the Classroom
readwriteweb.com  ❘   Shared by C4LPT, George Couros and 1 other
The proper place of social media in the classroom remains a mystery to most people, with Wikipedia standing as the biggest, baddest new media nemesis of them all. Note: Earlier this month, Brian Proffitt 's post explaining Why Wikipedia Doesn't...
C4LPT George Couros Eric Sheninger
Top Tips for Tweeting Teachers
fractuslearning.com  ❘   Shared by Darin Jolly, Ed.D., Stephen Morris and 1 other
Since the advent of e-learning and PLNs (personal learning networks), tech-savvy teachers have turned in their droves to the social networking site Twitter. But whilst the site provides a host of useful #edtech functions, from networking and making...
Darin Jolly, Ed.D. Stephen Morris Beth Gryczewski
10 Free Web 2.0 Tools And How To Easily Use Them In Your Classroom
edudemic.com  ❘   Shared by David Hollingshead, Jukka Manninen and 1 other
Earlier this week I had the opportunity to attend the first Ozarks Education Research Initiative (OERI) Teacher Technology Conference at Willard High School (MO). The learning sessions I attended were all very good and I am going to share 10 of the...
David Hollingshead Jukka Manninen Edudemic
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Emilia Carrillo Catherine Flippen
Apple's Feud With Google Is Now Felt on the iPhone
nytimes.com  ❘   Shared by Derek James Richards and Larry Ferlazzo
In the latest version of Apple's iPhone software, which became available Wednesday, Apple removed two mainstay apps, both Google products — Maps and YouTube. The disappearing apps show just how far-reaching the companies' rivalry has become, as...
Derek James Richards Larry Ferlazzo
Congress Walks Out On The Country
forbes.com  ❘   Shared by Pernille Ripp and Trina Cuppett
Just like that, Congress took a walk this week. The House adjourned on Friday and the Senate took off this morning. They apparently needed a vacation. You know, since they've been working so hard for all of two weeks. Yep, just two weeks after they came back from a five [...]
Pernille Ripp Trina Cuppett
The Nerdy Teacher: Epic @EvernoteSchools Experiment Update #3
thenerdyteacher.com  ❘   Shared by Shira Leibowitz Ph.D and Nicholas Provenzano
Shira Leibowitz Ph.D Nicholas Provenzano
The Writing Revolution - Peg Tyre
theatlantic.com  ❘   Shared by Stefan Pålsson and dlaughey
In 2009, when Monica DiBella entered New Dorp, a notorious public high school on Staten Island, her academic future was cloudy. Monica had struggled to read in early childhood, and had repeated first grade. During her elementary-school years, she got more than 100 hours of tutoring, but by fourth grade, she'd fallen behind her classmates again.
Stefan Pålsson dlaughey
Portrait of a Micro-manager
leadershipfreak.wordpress.com  ❘   Shared by Eric Williams and Dwight Carter
Most people I've asked say they've worked for a micro-manager. Their frustration shows when they talk about the person who drained joy from their career and under-utilized their skills. You're a micro-manager if you: Over-estimate your skills and...
Eric Williams Dwight Carter
Jasmine Is The Best iOS 6 YouTube App Available On The App Store For iPhone 5 And iPad
redmondpie.com  ❘   Shared by Cindy Geddes and Claire Lotriet
Advertisements Those of you who have installed iOS 6 or purchased a device like the iPhone 5 will notice that it no longer has the YouTube application bundled as part of the OS. Google have released a fairly decent app onto the App Store, but at the...
Cindy Geddes Claire Lotriet
| Sleep We Have Lost: Pre-industrial Slumber in the British Isles | The American Historical Review, . | The History Cooperative
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