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  • Digital Learning Day 2014

    Tuesday, February 4, 2014

     

    Wednesday, February 5th, is the third annual Digital Learning Day! Here are some of the ways you can celebrate: 

     

    • Digital Learning Day Virtual Conference 
      Join the official Digital Learning Day Virtual Conference, live from the Library of Congress. They also have resources that you can use with your students, such as lesson plans, games and videos.

     

    • Digital Learning Day Resource Roundup
      Edutopia has compiled some great resources, including how to integrate technology into the classroom, social media in education, mobile learning, online and blended learning, digital games and more.

    How are you and your students celebrating Digital Learning Day? Let us know in the comments!


  • 6 Free Resources to Help Bring the CCSS Into Your Classroom

    Wednesday, January 8, 2014

    The New Year brings so many opportunities for changes and fresh starts—and we’re not just talking those typically short-lived resolutions. As schools across the country begin to adopt the Common Core State Standards, educators find themselves needing to embrace changes that will help make today’s students more college and career-ready.

    There are many excellent resources out there to help teachers implement CCSS into their classes. Here are some of our favorites:

     

     

    ·      CommonCore.com

    We are excited to introduce CommonCore.com, where teachers and parents can share best practices and get 1-on-1 advice from experts on the Common Core. View and download lesson plans, videos, white papers and more. Check it out here.

    ·      ShareMyLesson.com

    This website, developed by teachers for teachers, has a wealth of information in their Common Core State Standards Information Center. Check it out here.

    ·      Math may seem “cut and dried,” but one educator has 3 ideas for bringing argument and critique into the class to create more depth for students (via the Teaching Channel)

    ·      Podcasts are a great way to encourage students to inspire close listening—a skill that’s emphasized with the CCSS. Here are some to download for your students (via randoplhhum)

    ·      We love this fun math game that will get students to explain their thinking in one simple step (via Beyond Traditional     Math)

    ·      And finally, here are some CCSS-aligned rubrics for project-based learning (via Free Tech 4 Teachers)

     

    What free resources have you stumbled across recently that can help fellow educators bring the Common Core into their classrooms? Share your links in the comments!


  • The Educational Era of the Blend

    Thursday, October 17, 2013

    It's not news that the new Common Core State Standards will place a heavy emphasis on technology, and that students must be digitally literate to succeed. But amongst the talk of iPads, online games, and 7-year olds taking keyboarding classes, we all know that the physical book—and the written word—aren't going to disappear from the classroom anytime soon.

    Today, Alan Sitomer discusses how we have now entered a new "blended" era in education, where both tablets and books coexist. The award-winning author and writer also shares his thoughts on how to manage this shift.

    Click here to check out today's vlogpost!

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