iTunes - Books - #EdJourney by Grant Lichtman
Progressive, pragmatic & meaningful- : A Roadmap to the Future of Education is out on iBook + today!
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20 hours ago
The State of Joy | The Future of K-12 Education
The State of Joy - via I wonder if joy would take higher focus w/ stronger emphasis on play
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yesterday
The Learners' Perspective: How Do I Give Them All What They Need?-Part 1
Effective professional development and Teacher Labs are:

Intensive
sustained over time
embedded
directly related to work with students
structured to regularly engage teachers in local PLCs where problems of practice are solved through collaboration
follow-up, reinforcement, apply in new contexts
"The bottom line is that professional development is about raising the level of learning for students and must include collaboration and feedback. Teacher Labs include these key pieces.

The components of the half day include:

Pre-Observation Meeting
Establish Norms
Establish focus for inquiry
Observers share successes, challenges and goals
Observation
Observers visit host's classroom as a 'fly on the wall'
Take notes for feedback and reflection
Debriefing
Observers name and notice
Host reflects on noticings and verbalizes intentions
Observers ask questions
Host answers
All reflect-making intentional plans for our practice"
teacherasresearcher 
2 days ago
"Sea of Slaughter" with Farley Mowat - YouTube
Farley Mowat's 2009 CBC documentary based on his seminal book which gave rise to the concept of shifting baselines:
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3 days ago
Every time I fail
"I hear her every time I fail" Failure is your friend.
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5 days ago
Unschooling: The Case for Setting Your Kids Into the Wild | Nature | OutsideOnline.com
“….never before had I known kids who so fully embodied childhood.” Hewitt (2014) HT
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6 days ago
Not Your Father's School: The Original Disruptor: A Cautionary Reflection on DEAD POETS SOCIETY
Disruption, dead poets, and reflecting on our “why”….
“The Original Disruptor: A Cautionary Reflection….” By
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7 days ago
D-Lab Jr. Engages Youth in 4 Continents! | D-Lab
Great to hear from you, Lisa. Happy to share about our collaboration. Here's an old link:
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8 days ago
Twitter / rogre: @MaryAnnReilly A clip from ...
Incredible imaging —>>“ As teacher/administrator/parent considers classroom/school/learning environment: ”
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8 days ago
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"As with any practice where contingency is mapped and explored, future ‘scenarios’ lay a framework..."
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Google Classroom and the Teaching Machine | Hack Education
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(via I Have Not Failed Thomas Edison Quote Poster #failup...
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10 days ago
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“Watch your child’s eyes….what makes them brighten, quicken, glow with light..is where learning lies.” via
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11 days ago
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"The teacher is no longer merely the one-who-knows, but one who is [themselves] taught in dialogue..."
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15 days ago
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"A society which is mobile, which is full of channels for the distribution of a change occurring..."
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15 days ago
Education-2025 - Ubiquitous Learning
Nicholas C. Burbules (2009), director of the Ubiquitous Learning Institute at the University of Illinois, highlights six aspects of ubiquitous learning.

Spatial ubiquity - We have constant access to the Internet (and conversely, others have constant access to you). The distinction of formal vs. informal learning is blurred - as people can access the Internet (and therefore the knowledge and connections implicit in the Internet) anytime, anywhere. This idea has implications for learning and memory - in the age of Google what is the important knowledge that we need in our heads?
Mobile devices - From mobile phones to computers sewn into clothing, learning is enabled by the mobility of computing devices. We are headed toward a time when being constantly "connected' will be a way of life.
Interconnectedness - With web 2.0 technology, we can be constantly to connected not only to information on the Internet, but to other people who have knowledge and skills that we don't. This creates a web of knowledge that becomes a large part of how we learn - at all times. (This concept is tied closely with the theory of connectivism (Siemens, 2005) which proposes that one's ability to find sources of knowledge are more important than current knowledge itself, and that maintaining connections is key to learning).
Practical ubiquity - There is a blurring of traditional lines in an either/or situation. Burbules (2009) notes that "work/play, learning/entertainment, accessing/creating information, public/private are distinctions that conceptually might never have been as clear-cut as our usage suggested them to be; but for a host of social and cultural reasons they are becoming increasingly untenable as sharp distinctions today." For learning, the implication is that there is a new expectations of how, when why learning takes place - the traditional, factory model is not relevant to the new model of learning. This change is not limited to technology - one example being project-based learning which may or may not have a technology component.
Temporal ubiquity - Instead of one's schedule being created around the opportunities to learn, there is a shift and with mobile and ubiquitous computing, learning can be scheduled around one's habits and preferences. This also denotes a shift in perception of and interaction with time. Rather than "lifelong learning" being something that adults do after traditional school is over, lifelong learning is continual learning - seemless between traditional an non-traditional learning opportunities across time. As Burbules says, "to be is to learn."
Globalized transnational networks - In the flattened world, there are continual flows of people, information and ideas across traditional physical and cultural barriers. We are in an age of fundamental interconnectedness.
ubiquitouslearning  ubiquitous  mlearning 
15 days ago
IIEP : Single view
To foster participation and collaborative thinking, participants of the webinar were asked to focus on specific topics, such as strategies for mobile use in education, regulations and prohibitions of the use of mobile devices, experiences using mobile devices for management and institutional communications, and digital contents.
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15 days ago
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robertogreco: This photo from “The Mythic School of the...
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yes…. You might also like this talk from on Design Futurescaping
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15 days ago
(500) https://getaddr.bitnodes.io
Bitnodes—Network mapping the distributed ledger: via
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15 days ago
Current Issue
Digital Future of Higher Ed, a special issue of Int'l Rev of Internet Ethics, w/ my paper on big data in higher ed.
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16 days ago
Jon J Muth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discussion of books across K-6 Jon Jay Muth many many more—look for further resources on Canvas.
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18 days ago
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“It is here that we see the key elements of an educative experience for Dewey.... #fieldnotes https://t.co/bil17Lre9S
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19 days ago
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“It is here that we see the key elements of an educative experience for Dewey.... #fieldnotes https://t.co/bil17Lre9S
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20 days ago
National Parks | National Parks Traveler
Classic national park posters on display in Washington DC: Such an iconic style...
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21 days ago
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A companion to border studies (Open Library)
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22 days ago
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Can Education Change Society? (Paperback) - Routledge
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22 days ago
Twitter / leadanddesign: Spotted: A couple of students ...
Spotted: A couple of students out conducting interviews on how to improve transportation in downtown NOLA!
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23 days ago
Pinboard: bookmarks for robertogreco tagged 'makers'
inspiring me to revisit a wonderful resource/research curation on maker mindset via
ettsummit  from twitter
23 days ago
Twitter / steelemaley: Excited about Jennifer Wyld's ...
Excited about Jennifer Wyld's session on free learning: "Maker Mindset-it's more than just cool stuff"
ettsummit  from twitter
23 days ago
Sessions | EdTechTeacher Summit Learning Futures
Looking for presentation materials? All sessions presentations will be posted at
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23 days ago
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Shared by @bjfr at #ettsummit to illustrate the complexity of...
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24 days ago
Twitter / steelemaley: @smartinez getting to the root ...
getting to the root of Maker culture —awareness, mindset, meaning—
ettsummit  from twitter
24 days ago
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Communities of Student Directed Learning
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24 days ago
DiamondAxeStudios on Scratch
Scratch profile of Sean Fay Wolfe (DiamondAxeStudios) via
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24 days ago
Untitled (https://sites.google.com/site/sfaywolfe/)
learning about Minecraft-related publishing of 14 year old Sean Fay Wolfe via
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24 days ago
Twitter / MaineSchoolTech: Not necessarily what I expect ...
Not necessarily what I expect as a mission for a Keynote but a great one Love me my disrupters
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24 days ago
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"Action, the only activity that goes on directly between [people] without the intermediary of things..."
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24 days ago
Twitter / scifri: Did you know that moth species ...
RT : Viva Lepidoptera! RT : Did you know that moth species outnumber butterflies 15 to 1?
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24 days ago
Can Education Change Society? (Paperback) - Routledge
you are in the home of Dr. Apple you may enjoy (2012) Can Education Change Society?
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24 days ago
Collapse of Complex Societies by Dr. Joseph Tainter - YouTube
Added to my YouTube "watch later" playlist: Collapse of Complex Societies by Dr. Joseph Tainter via
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24 days ago
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