Monthly Archives: November 2013

Education Can Light the Way!

See on Scoop.it – Learning Education Can Light the Way! – #Gandhi http://t.co/bWdGHvajwG See on http://www.gandhiforchildren.org

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18 Myths of Education Infographic

See on Scoop.it – Learning Check the following 18 myths of education infographic about schools, teachers, and students! Share your thoughts with us! Do you agree or disagree? See on elearninginfographics.com

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Educators learning to evolve as technology, soc…

See on Scoop.it – Learning by Nicole Bogart “A study released Tuesday by U.S.-based Internet trends surveyor Pew Internet found that while teachers say digital tools are positively affecting students writing by encouraging collaboration and creativity, the informal writing… See … Continue reading

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Freakonomics » Where Does “Character” Come From?

See on Scoop.it – Learning Character as important as smarts & is a learned skill; schools & parents take note http://t.co/9KkpSClcin @freakonomics #education See on freakonomics.com

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iPads in Primary Education: Apps for Computer S…

See on Scoop.it – Learning “As part of the proposed new draft primary curriculum for ICT, there is a significant emphasis on computer science. Below I’ve included a selection of apps which can be used in both Key Stage 1 … Continue reading

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The Next Generation of Workplace Learning Pract…

See on Scoop.it – Learning Last week I wrote a post about Connected Learning and how it offers a semi-directed, semi-structured approach to workplace learning that fits between the directed, structured knowledge sharing (aka… See on http://www.scoop.it

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What Happens in An Internet Minute ~ Educationa…

See on Scoop.it – Learning What Happens in An Internet Minute ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Digital Technologies for Teachers and Career Practitioners curated by Dr Peter Carey (What Happens in An Internet Minute ~ Educational Technology and … Continue reading

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