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Links 1 through 10 of 50 by Mark Wagner tagged education

Cool self-grading quiz script for Google Docs (potentially easier than IF formulas, with additional features).

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An article with ideas about using Wave in Education.

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We're talking personal learning playlists, personalized schedules, and daily assessments to make changes to both! "The mission of School of One is to provide students with personalized, effective, and dynamic classroom instruction so that teachers have more time to focus on the quality of their instruction."

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Steve Hargadon shared a link to this and it looks like a powerful way to use social media to connect students with authentic learning opportunities: "The Open Source Teaching Project (OST) mobilizes students to interview successful professionals so that they can inspire and inform the education and career decisions of other students."

This free, digital media platform is provided for the benefit of the public, with a particular focus on reaching middle, high school, and post-secondary learners.

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Joseph Thibault of Global Classroom has launched a new venture... an education job board... powered by bloggers. :)

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I'm proud of our state for taking this first step, but I'm nervous about where it might (or might not) go. It sure sounds good though: "a state approved list of standards-aligned, open-source digital textbooks for high school math and science" will be developed.

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I got an email about this, and I might actually be interested. It seems to address many of the shortcomings of existing CMS platforms (like Blackboard or even Moodle), particularly in its support of ongoing informal learning. It also has built in billing (with paypal) for more formal course offerings. "Sclipo is a social learning network. Use Sclipo to learn, teach and meet people that share your educational interests."

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Peggy Sheehy posted a link to this TED talk on twiter and I'm looking forward to watching it: "Game designer David Perry says tomorrow's videogames will be more than mere fun to the next generation of gamers. They'll be lush, complex, emotional experiences -- more involving and meaningful to some than real life."

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This is a fantastic article (about a book I'm genuinely interested in): "The author explains how rampant anxiety over children's well-being diminishes their independence." Clark's a very cautious dude, but he's very independent and we let him do everything he can by himself. I hope we're able to strike this balance for a long time. Luckily, he learned how to sign "help" very early on so it's easy to know when to step in and when we should let him struggle a bit at this point. :)

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Greenopolis teams up with GM to produce "Green Wheels for the Future, Please: A Conversation with Dr. Christopher Borroni-Bird" Topics include questions like: "What kind of cars will we be driving in the future? What kind of fuel will they run on? What kind of infrastructure will need to be in place? What will the future of our world, our children, demand for their futures?"

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