Friday, Sept 28, 2012

I wanted to create a space where I could post resources for us to share, use, be able to chronicle, and build on. I don't have a plan for how we should organize or run our Fun Fridays, but I hope we can all discuss, collaborate, and use our ideas in the classroom.

I think these articles emphasizes our motive and purpose for our sessions:

21st Century Literacy

Deeper Learning Isn't About Technology

Topics Brought Up in Our Department Meeting:

1.) PBL

Project-Based Learning

4 Tips for Implementing PBL

2.) Flipped Classroom

Flipping Your Class

The Flipped Classroom

The Flipped Classroom

It's Got to Be Done Right

3.) Resources



50 Ed Tech Tools

4.) Twitter

What Should an Educator Tweet About

Top Tips for Tweeting Teachers

Top 50 Educational Twitter Chats

5.) iPads

EdTechTeacher - iPad As...

5 Critical Mistakes Schools are Making with iPads

9 Ways Schools are Using iPads

Social Studies Apps

More apps

and more

6.) Blogging

Learning to Blog Project

7.) Professional Learning Networks (PLN)

The Power of a PLN

8.) Inquiry-Based Learning

Inquiry Learning

Friday, Oct 12, 2012

1.) Blogs

- For student comments and building conversation threads
-Wiki example - widgets available?
-Blogger - widgets, apps within the blog

2.) Twitter

- for teachers - building a community
- Educational resources
- Dialogue

Friday, Oct 26, 2012

Look above

Friday, Dec 7, 2012

Look above or at the Nov 23 Pro D page

This Week in Twitter:

Friday, Feb 8, 2013

50 Best eLearning Posts of 2012

The Myth of the Digital Immigrant

What does "Students Owning Their Learning" really mean?

Digital Learning Resources

Why Some Kids Can Handle Pressure While Some Fall Apart?

Cesar Kuriyama TED Talk

The Problem With Tweeting a Revolution

Friday, Feb 22, 2013

Mind Mapping & Brainstorming tools

Self-Regulation website

Global Competence

Teaching Film Literacy

Using Video in the Classroom

Genius Hour

Digital Ways to Engage Learners

Five Free Web 2.0 Tools to Support Lesson Planning

Teachers as Persuaders