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Teaching school leaders greet ‘ICT for Schools 2.0’
How can educators keep abreast of ICT? The New Technologies Advisory Board will help
Mobile ICT at Essa Academy: how does the profession keep up?
As UK educators meet the next wave of technology – call it ICT for Schools 2.0 – England’s new teaching schools have created their own advisory body and support network.
IE 9, on most secure Windows yet, next browser to fall at hacker contest
A fully patched version of Internet Explorer running on the most secure version of Windows yet was the second browser to fall at an annual hacker competition designed to test resistance of internet software to real-world attacks.
for the love of learning: Dysfunctional PLCs
When I taught middle school, I was a part of what we called “Team 8” which was where all the grade 8 teachers would come together on Monday morning to discuss the coming week and our students’ needs. There were usually 4 or 5 of us. I taught half the kids science and language arts while someone else taught the other half. There was usually one math teacher for all 4 classes and two social teachers with two classes each.
Why are companies defecting from Google Maps?
First Foursquare and now Apple are scaling back their use of Google Maps. Why are major players starting to back way from Google’s nearly ubiquitous mapping service?
Why “open education” matters : JISC
The first thing that has struck me about Open Education Week is how genuinely global it is. Scroll through the list of events and webinars and you’ll spot Brazil, Mexico, China, Korea, Africa, Spain, Europe. The big brand US universities might get more press coverage but they are certainly not the only innovators or the only approach. Look to OERu and OER Africa for different models of collaboration.
Now With 1.5M Lessons, ShowMe Launches v2.0 To Bring Khan Academy To The Masses | TechCrunch
Over the last year or so, we’ve seen an auspicious rise in the number of startups looking to tackle those seemingly intractable problems in both K-12 and higher education.
Using Twitter to Bring About Educational Change | Online Universities
Yesterday’s post, Is Twitter the Driving Force Behind Upcoming Educational Change? examined the ways in which Twitter is a potential driving force for change in education.
When Gaming Is Good for You – WSJ.com
Videogames can change a person’s brain and, as researchers are finding, often that change is for the better.
Principles of Animation
Falling Dominoes Game | Coca-Cola
Absolutely awesome Flash programming.
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