Monthly Archives: July 2013

Part One… 12 Resources to Discover & Curate Digital Curriculum

See on Scoop.it – Libraries and information literacy skills This is the first post in a series on resources to discover and curate digital curriculum. In this post Michael Gorman introduces three tools in depth: Symbaloo, Diigo and Evernote. “This … Continue reading

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7 Inspiring TED Talks on the 21st Century Curriculum

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The SAMR Ladder Through the Lens of 21st Century Skills

See on Scoop.it – 21st century learning I have created an interactive graphic of the SAMR Ladder to illustrate the big picture. See on gettingsmart.com

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The 4 Pillars of the Flipped Classroom

See on Scoop.it – 21st century learning Though all classrooms are different, there are four critical elements that successful flipped classrooms have in common, according to a new report developed by the Flipped Learning Network, George Mason University, and Pearson’s … Continue reading

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Pew Study: Teens Still Love Print Media, ‘Traditional’ Library Services | School Library Journal

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Teaching 7th and 8th Graders to Paraphrase – Step 1 | Running on Fumes

See on Scoop.it – 21st century learning The first step in teaching your junior high / middle school students to paraphrase text is to learn what is plagiarism and what is paraphrasing. See on http://www.imrunningonfumes.com

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The 7 Skills Students Must Have For The Future [video]

See on Scoop.it – 21st century learning A powerful talk by Tony Wagner attempts to uncover the 7 skills students must have in order to prepared for the future. See on http://www.edudemic.com

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