Teach the Web
Week 2: Connected Learning in Practice
MAKE Project this week: Explore the awesome makes from last week, choose one, and remix it. Then share your make with the G+ Community and be sure to +mention the person whose project you remixed.
Other Makes to try:
Go to the DML Hub or Connected Learning sites find a resource (video, blog, webpage, graphic, image) and remix or comment to/on it using Webmaker or other production centered tools.
Create a resource (media, web, blog) about how you use Connected Learning in your practice, work mentor relationships. Use Webmaker or other tools more →
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Week 1: Making as Learning
MAKE Project this week: Introduce yourself @Webmaker style by using Popcorn Maker, Thimble or the XRay Goggles and sharing your make with #teachtheweb.
Welcome to the first week of #teachtheweb. This entire experience is yours to make. There are ways to use the course in a light touch way, but of course the more you invest the bigger the return. There are thousands of people registered to participate with you. more →
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Teach the Web: a Mozilla Open Online Collaboration for Webmaker mentors
May 2 – June 30
Learn how to teach digital literacies, master webmaking tools, develop your own educational resources, and take what you learned back to your communities and classrooms.
Learning Matters: Reporting you trust on education stories that matter
Blogs on Game-Based Learning | Edutopia
Get tips, techniques, and tools that apply the principles of game design to the learning process — engaging kids and helping educators assess learning.
Blogs on Social and Emotional Learning | Edutopia
Find out how you can develop or support learning that teaches collaboration, communication, and conflict-resolution skills.
Tools | Mozilla Webmaker
The Pedagogy of MOOCs | Paul Stacey
Finland: The Lighthouse of Progressive Education and Divergent Learning « Penn-Finn Learnings 2013
Welcome to futuretweets.com – Schedule your Tweets
What’s this all about?
FutureTweets.com is a free service that lets you schedule your Twitter messages. Send it at a specific time in the future or send a reoccuring Tweet daily, weekly, monthly or yearly!
it’s about learning | unboundary ed
VSC WordFind is a fun way to study your spelling and vocabulary words while searching for new words. How many words can you make using the letters in each word on your list? The more words you find and the faster you find them, the higher your score will be! You may even be ranked on the high score table!
Corkboard Connections: Cooperative Learning – More Than Group Work
A place to share resources for elementary educators
10 Team-Building Games For The First Day Of Class
Ekoloko – Virtual World for Tweens | Teach Amazing!
“Ekoloko is an online virtual world for tweens. Because Ekoloko is based in Israel, English is not the default language. Unless you know Hebrew, you must change the language to English before you can use the site. When tweens register for Ekoloko, they navigate through a virtual world introducing them to real-life scenarios and social, ecological and community issues. Ekoloko has rules of conduct to help tweens learn to respect one another and interact positively. Chatting with other users is available, but is limited to public areas, and private messages are limited to pre-determined messages, to keep tweens safe.”
9 Web 2.0 Sites to Publish Student Work | Teach Amazing!
Digital Publishing to iPad, Web and Android | YUDU Pro
websites for students work
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.