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David Zukor
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Supporting the Positive Potential of Social Media
Each year, I have the honor to work with parents at many of the schools I support. One of the most important and engaging conversations is usually centered around Digital Citizenship. Parents are concerned, at least, about the impact that technology and soc...

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Thanks to the #Moodle community, we’re proud to announce our best release yet - Moodle 2.7! Read about the new features and improvements in this release http://j.mp/Moodle27

#LMS #moodle27 #lmstrends #lmsimplementation #elearning #edtech #education  
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Recommended Reading #3
How Technology Trends Have Influenced the Classroom The iPad as a hammer: Moving from goals to tools What have iPads done to my room?!...Come Take A Look Teachers’ Most Powerful Role? Adding Context And Then?

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Great advice! I'm 6 for 6!
These 6 strategies represent some of the most fundamental mistakes I've made in my years of educational technology professional development.
http://exitticket.org/6-mistakes-with-professional-development/
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Other than what to do with all the Notebook files, what do you think about this idea? http://www.coetail.com/bsheridan/2013/02/22/goodbye-smartboard-hello-apple-tv/?share=1

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“There are more than 27 million people enslaved in the world today — that's double the amount of people taken from Africa during the entire trans-Atlantic slave trade.”

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What I am Reading This Week
A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom 12 Ways Teachers are Using Social Media in the Classroom Right Now http://www.edutopia.org/blog/guidebook-social-media-in-classroom-vicki-davis 'Genius hour': What kids can learn from failure http://www.cnn.com/...

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Tynker iPad app launched today, helping kids learn programming with fun, game-like experience

We are delighted to bring to you the Tynker iPad app, to make it easy for kids to learn coding at home and on the go. The  app is a great way for children with no prior knowledge of programming to learn this important skill, and complements our self paced home courses and school curriculum.

The Tynker iPad app contains puzzles that children solve by programming visual code blocks to achieve a goal. The initial release includes the following adventures to engage kids with appealing story lines:

Puppy Adventure, where kids use logic and loop variations to help Pixel, the lost puppy, find his way home;

Lost in Space, where kids learn more advanced programming concepts like conditional logic and apply spatial orientation skills to lead astronaut Biff to his moon base avoiding asteroids and black holes; and

Sketch Racer, where Snap the Turtle can be programmed to draw complex geometric shapes using simple commands.

Download the app here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tynker-learn-programming-visual/id805869467?ls=1&mt=8
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