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Dr. Famous is Missing

The hullabaloo regarding #MassiveLearning is a unique example in the MOOC phenomenon — a three-week course on the Coursera platform offered via the University of Zurich’s Paul-Olivier Dehaye which abruptly halted in Week 2, with all course resources deleted and no sign of Dr.…

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What I’m Using: All of the Chrome Devices that Exist Right Now (InfoDoc from Brent Sullivan)

InfoDoc: Meet the New Lineup of Chrome Devices – Google Docs

This is the most exhaustive list of all of the Chrome devices that are currently available. Thank you to +Brent Sullivan for this amazing resources!

 

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What I’m Using: Projeqt (Real-time presentations using twitter and Google Docs)

This is really cool, and I can think of about 100 uses immediately, from running an improvised presentation to providing a way for the front-channel and backchannel to interact automatically.

projeqted – dynamic presentations for the classroom

Real-time presentations with dynamic slides.

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FUSE14 and Designing for Engagement

Sometime last fall I stumbled onto design thinking (DT) and was immediately drawn to its grounding in working with and for people. DT, to put it simply, is a process (or, if you prefer, the DT “mindset”) that can be summed up as “people-centered problem solving with a bias toward action.” Since learning about it, I’ve been working with it as often as I could, including participating in the #dtk12chat… to meet others interested in DT in education. Continue reading

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Summer Craft I

Grand Finale

Clapper BoardFireworks are synonymous with celebrating The 4th of July. I have fond memories of vising the Capitol and watching the amazing fireworks display when I was in college. It was a huge production: crowds of people,  public transportation, vendors and (of course) the fireworks show.…

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Social Networking in the Classroom: Talking to Students about Sexting

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Responsibile digital citizenship is something that everyone should be addressing in schools. It is important to be proactive in our approaches, rather than simplying reacting to all situations. Josh provides a variety of suggestions for opening up discussions and learning opportunities.

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ISTE2014 and Collaboration

After a week in Atlanta for FUSE14 and ISTE2014, my head is spinning. It was an extraordinary experience, and I learned so much that it’s going to take months to sort it all out. Most of all, it was a invigorating and inspiring to spend quality time in person with so many amazing people (thanks +Dominique Dynes for the picture below!).

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Investigating MOOCs, Part 2 of a #CLMOOC List

This is the second in a series of posts about Pierre Dillenbourg’s 1999 article What do you mean by ‘collaborative learning’?, which introduces his book Collaborative-learning: Cognitive and Computational Approaches. I became interested in Dillenbourg when a Rhizo14 Facebook conversation favorably referenced him and this article.… Continue reading

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Genius Hour Broken Down Into Steps

Many folks have asked me to break Genius Hour down into steps (especially in regards to how to introduce Genius Hour) so here is a little chart that I made that hopefully helps.  Take your time with steps 1,2, and 3 and then let the students lead the way when it is time to Inquire, Self-reflect and Share.…

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syndicating 4327 posts from 513 #etmooc blogs