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Zaid Ali Alsagoff

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we are searching for  sustainable computer science curriculum for K-12 from all over the world. Please send us your curriculum or  teaching concepts / topics. We need it for our platform “lernox” – which curates Open Educational Resources. 
Thank you very much for your support, best greeting from Berlin Christiane and Zwetana
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Max Pollak

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Have you checked out StraighterLine? Take your general education courses for credit from StraighterLine and transfer them to nearly 90 accredited universities!
Learn what employers really think about students who earn their degree online. Find out how an online degree can get you the career you always...
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Ideas how to use video in language learning. First video practices now ready on the EU Video for ALL (Language learning) on the website http://videoforall.eu/ OR see them all in a YouTube playlist at  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSSaIZb01gn42WyqXlTYJfjmTM9JLiYUn
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Using popular music to guide and inspire writing.
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Something to think about when educating 21st century students to a 21st century job.
Doling out death in the virtual world of first-person-shooter games might help the next generation of surgeons save lives in the real world. A new study used simulators to compare the robotic surgery skills of med school residents against college and high school students who spend a lot of their time playing video games -- and the video gamers won.
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The EU LeTeEm project is looking for secondary schools in Europe to try its project that brings together the school and the workplace. Students are asked to run and complete a real job for an employer to help them prepare for the realities of the workplace. See more on the teachers step by step guide at:  https://app.box.com/s/u2m2klruape15y46nbhxiw2as6b2tzkp
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Try the latest "April Fool's Day Fun" quiz with your class! A fun multiplayer exercise with idioms, fun facts and trivia! Play this #quizizz  or create your own at http://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/551b9cc1945f14fd7478d0c2 
#edtechchat   #edtech   #edchat   #k12education   #technologyineducation  
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We live in the age of big data, which means maps can tell bigger, more complex stories than ever before. With these classroom-ready educational resources, your students can explore the many ways to visualize what they learn.

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31 Days of Deeper Learning & PBL Blog Series | 1: Intro http://wp.me/p4covo-1la 
I have been immersed in the wonderful and complex world of teaching and education for over a decade. I often wish I started blogging from day one so I could go
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Transforming Schools: Using PBL, Performance Assessment, And Common Core Standards http://wp.me/p4covo-1l2
I have been doing a lot more research and book reading this year to make an effort to really educate myself around solid principles in project based learning,
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Main sandbox for the MIT Media Lab course Learning Creative Learning.
 
A good presentation should grab the audience and hold them like a good movie or a book.
Here you can find some tips.
Use them yourself and give them to your students.
In the end it is the presentation skills that makes the difference.
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John Shank

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This forward looking webcast examines the trends and emerging technologies that will impact higher education & academic libraries in the year 2020. Our panelists share their vision of what colleges & universities along with their libraries will look like as well as the trends they will have responded to in order to remain competitive in the new environment. 
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QuickStart your Creativity Fluency by downloading it... 
Let your students unleash their inner Picasso using the …
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Aaron Maurer

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31 Days of Deeper Learning & PBL Blog Series | 3: Standardized Testing http://wp.me/p4covo-1lV
**Disclaimer: In no way am I proving that these thoughts are the end all be all. This post is designed to spark conversation and show the reader where I am
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John Shank

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Feel free to join us today for this free webcast.
This forward looking webcast will examine the trends and emerging technologies that will impact higher education & academic libraries in the year 2020. Our panelists will share their vision of what colleges & universities along with their libraries will look like as well as the trends they will have responded to in order to remain competitive in the new environment. 
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Join Captain Discovery and his crew in their journey through the land of nursery rhymes! :-)
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Fractions? ....ughhh!  Math Tools Discussion: Jeff LeMieux answer: http://mathforum.org/mathtools/discuss.html?context=recent&do=r&msg=266069
"The mathematics taught me, were fragile: There were many things that could not be done, and I had to believe using the mental mechanisms of a class of religion instead of math class. For example: If you put a negative number in the denominator, the teachers always said to me that this was ...
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Must be some creative geeky students out there that could get something out of this. I would do some if only I understood how. 
A showcase of web experiments written by the creative coding community.
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Jeffrey Pflaum

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Vocabulary Creativity and Expansion: Imaginary Word Problems

What would happen to words if you could perform the mathematical operations of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing to them?  Can you add words together and find an answer?  What would that answer look like?  What shape or form would it take?  For example, can you divide one word into another word to find something new, different, surreal, and extraordinary?  How about if you multiplied one word by another word?  What if you multiplied three or four words at a time?  What answer would it bring?  If you subtracted one word from another, what mind-pictures/images, thoughts/ideas, feelings, and/or experiences would pop up in the mind and imagination? 

Please check out my post at The BAM Radio Network's blog, Edwords, whose link is: http://www.bamradionetwork.com/edwords-blog/reading-as-a-three-dimensional-holographic-virtual-reality-part-2-imaginary-word-problems.
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