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Time to network…

 MATHISI 2.0 Plus 2014-02-05_2224(Learning 2.0 plus) Project database recent update conducted by the UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF APPLIED COMMUNICATION – DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION & MASS MEDIA presents an excellent networking opportunity for researchers, educators, librarians and learning enhancement advisors interested and/or actively involved in learning technologies, Web 2.0 tools and Social Networking for education. Don’t miss your chance to take advantage of the aggregated knowledge, insight and expertise of Mathisi 2.0 listed professionals!!

Facebook for School Counselors Guide

The American School Counselor Association and iKeepSafe have put together a great 9-page PDF file to help counselors better understand, address and resolve new technology and social networking issues.Image

Shifting educational perceptions

Posted in Uncategorized by Lia Sant on May 10, 2012
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Shifting from printed books to digital content,  brick-mortar-schools to online enrollement and cloud based social learning systems are only three of the  10 Biggest Trends In Online Education Right Now   as

posted by Alex Summers on Edudemic.

Gnowledge: Create, share, learn…

Gnowledge is a free-to-use education platform where everyone can create, publish, share and take tests, exercises and assignments.

Typical school experience vs. 21st century world

Posted in Uncategorized by Lia Sant on April 29, 2012
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Read Dr. Bluestein’s comprehensive side-by-side comparison of Industrial-Age vs. Information-Age guide  and learn how rethinking educators’ action steps can better prepare students for success in a 21st century world.

Muhammed Chaudhry (SVEF) describes Lessonopoly

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Lessonopoly is an open educational resource aiming to make life a little easier for busy educators like you.
Developed by Silicon Valley Education Foundation, this site was created with constant input from teachers to deliver a set of effective and easy to use tools, even for teachers who do not have time to learn new technologies, empowering them to organize activities inside and outside the classroom, create and share lesson plans, and connect to other teachers by building online communities.

In this short videocast, Muhammed Chaudhry, CEO of the Silicon Valley Education Foundation, describes the Lessonopoly concept…

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Read Write Think !!!

Lessons, interactives, parent and afterschool resources, teacher professional development library and much more at your fingertips  from the International Reading Association and the National Council for Teachers of English

Maths Games from Mangahigh

Posted in Uncategorized by Lia Sant on April 22, 2012
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Mangahigh is a comprehensive and powerful maths teaching resource designed for use in a school context offering full coverage of the UK National Curriculum with more than 400 different challenges ranging from addition to quadratic factorisation.   As students work best when they work at the edge of their abilities, Mangahigh tempts students with easy tasks and then builds confidence for harder, more conceptual work.

ePals: Where Learners connect…

ePals is a platform designed to promote meaningful teaching and learning, showing teachers and students how to use technology strategically to promote the fundamental learning principles essential for academic achievement. This involves creating a safe and secure content-rich environment that challenges students and educators to research smartly, collaborate with other learners of all ages, think critically, problem-solve, and communicate their learning using various web 2.0 tools. It is this way that technology serves deep learning and is not simply an add-on in the classroom.

A free world-class education for anyone anywhere

Posted in Uncategorized by Lia Sant on April 22, 2012
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The Khan Academy is an not-for-profit organization  with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education to anyone anywhere.

All of the site’s resources are available to anyone. It doesn’t matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. The Khan Academy’s materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.

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