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social media in class

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 21st September 2014

Social Media in Class

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Social Media in Class

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maker education

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 21st September 2014

Principles of Maker Education as Experiential Education

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Principles of Maker Education as Experiential Education

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30+ QR Code Resources

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 19th September 2014

30+ QR Code Resources

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mobile eLearning

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 19th September 2014

eLearning for the Mobile Generation

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less boys, more girls in college

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 19th September 2014

Why Girls Tend to Get Better Grades Than Boys Do

http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2014/09/why-girls-get-better-grades-than-boys-do/380318/

New research shows that girls are ahead in every subject, including math and science. Do today’s grading methods skew in their favor?

The latest data from the Pew Research Center uses U.S. Census Bureau data to show that in 2012, 71 percent of female high school graduates went on to college, compared to 61 percent of their male counterparts. In 1994 the figures were 63 and 61 percent, respectively.

Girls succeed over boys in school because they are more apt to plan ahead, set academic goals, and put effort into achieving those goals.

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The Four Stages of Moving from Traditional to Online Teaching – See more at: http://www.getfueled.com/blog/2014-09-09/four-stages-moving-traditional-online-teaching#sthash.7FSmEhEv.dpuf

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 11th September 2014

The Four Stages of Moving from Traditional to Online Teaching

1.      Sage on the Stage:

In this stage the teacher takes on traditional lecture-style teaching and hasn’t yet implemented any online or blended learning strategies.

2.      Stranger in a Strange Land:

Next, the teacher becomes a Stranger in a Strange Land, as instruction moves to the computer, and the computer becomes the primary instructional tool. At this stage, the teacher is still unsure of how they fit in but is experimenting with and utilizing online tools to enhance instruction.

3.      Resource:

As the teacher continues to evolve, they enter the Resource stage, and while the computer is still the primary instructional tool, the teacher is comfortable being a resource, answering questions and re-teaching when asked.

4.      Facilitator and Initiator of Interventions:

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Winds of Changes: T-Mobile Will Let You Make Phone Calls Over WiFi

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 10th September 2014

T-Mobile Will Let You Make Phone Calls Over WiFi If You Have A Bad Cellular Connection

It seems that soon Wi-Fi will be widely available on planes. Maybe on the ground?….

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Comics in Education

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 9th September 2014

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The 12 Characteristics of A Critical Thinker Teachers Should Be Aware of

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 7th September 2014

The 12 Characteristics of A Critical Thinker Teachers Should Be Aware of

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he 12 Characteristics of A Critical Thinker Teachers Should Be Aware of

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Wearable Technology: How Teachers Could Use it with Students – See more at: http://www.tabletsforschools.org.uk/wearable-technology-how-teachers-could-use-it-with-students/#sthash.d7njCEYD.dpuf

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 7th September 2014

Wearable Technology: How Teachers Could Use it with Students – See more at: http://www.tabletsforschools.org.uk/wearable-technology-how-teachers-could-use-it-with-students/#sthash.d7njCEYD.dpuf

Wearable Technology: How Teachers Could Use it with Students

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