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Making Space for Innovation http://wp.me/pPsML-5v  Sharing our new Innovation Center. #edchat #caedchat #isedchat #makered

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Nora, I enjoyed your discussion of facilitating and relating it to ortho-bionomy. I think that student-driven opportunities for problem solving are very important. I was working with some 5th grade students recently. Their task was to start exploring ideas for what their teacher is calling "awesome hour". It's similar to Google's (now defunct?) "20% time" in which employees can devote time to their own interests. When I was talking to some of the students I found it interesting how foreign self direction was to some of them. They really needed some sort of instruction or direction from an adult before proceeding. Of course, I didn't provide any :)

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Service Design Tools - Communication methods supporting design processes: http://www.servicedesigntools.org/ 

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+Edutopia Thanks for that great list of classroom April Fool's tricks. This is our favorite so far (how-to instructions at the end).

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This is what we should be shooting for. Thanks to +Karl Lindgren-Streicher for sharing.

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ISTE NETS-C for Digital Age Coaching - The new NETS-C were released last year. There's some good stuff here to help guide new and seasoned integrationists.  http://www.iste.org/docs/pdfs/nets-c.pdf?sfvrsn=2 

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"It’s not surprising that the other activity that caused the student’s physiological arousal to flatline is watching television: taking in a TV show and taking in a lecture both lend themselves to passive observation rather than active engagement."

http://anniemurphypaul.com/2013/03/during-lectures-students-physiological-arousal-flatlines/

Students don't necessarily know which are the important words to use when searching. Have them start by drawing their search. They'll tend to draw the important concepts first. Start there for keywords. #cue13 Thanks +Tasha Bergson-Michelson 
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