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    School Isn't The Movies: How To Unlecture Video Instruction

    Videos can be a great way to deliver content learning to students. But how do you leverage video instruction to maximize learning? After all, school isn't the movies. EDPuzzle I use EDPuzzle to prep videos for instruction. You can sign up for free as a Teacher, upload and trim YouTube or other videos, and insert questions (quizzes) or prompts for students to answer or discuss during the video. Students sign in with a Join Code you give them or via their Google Classroom email. I recommend ...

    by Oskar Cymerman | @focus2achieve
    Monday, 23 January 2017
  • First, Do No Harm

    When I send my children to school, I imagine that I am sending them into an environment where caring professionals are encouraging and challenging them to learn new ideas and engage in new experiences, anxious to open my kids' eyes to new possibilities. I am counting on teachers to provide understandable connections to what the kids already know and help them create a bridge to their future studies. Fundamental to the teachers' efforts, I imagine, is an overarching concern for my children's we ...

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    by Cindy Eckard │@screensandkids
    Monday, 23 January 2017
  • Vision – Change – Growth

    “Great organizations demand a high level of commitment by the people involved.”– Bill Gates Vision (eyesight) is one of our five senses, eyesight is how ‘sighted’ people get input from the world around us. Eyesight is something that I do NOT take for granted, especially due to personal circumstances over the past six months. In this blog post I am going to draw parallels to my personal experiences with my vision and the concept of Vision in terms of organizational growth and cha ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Monday, 23 January 2017
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    Heroes Don't Always Wear Capes

    Upstairs, with the door closed, a set of markers and a pad of paper. That is where my eleven-year old daughter goes to find privacy. Privacy from her five-year old brother who can adore and infuriate her, all within a span of thirty seconds. Her privacy is always short-lived though, because he will search the entire house until he finds her. You see, she is his hero and she doesn’t even know it. He watches her every move. He imitates her. Sometimes for better and som ...

    by Jon Harper / @Jonharper70bd
    Sunday, 22 January 2017
  • Let's Stop Kidding Ourselves, Active Outdoor Play Matters!

    Will we ever be able to stop justifying the value of children’s active outdoor play? I think not. This will be an endless push by Early Childhood professionals, as our society continues its march into a technology-driven lifestyle. I was again reminded of this recently when Rae Pica posted an image of an exercise bike for toddlers… apparently aimed at providing a solitary exercise experience for the child while engaged with a screen. Geesh. We have to remember that a child develops across mu ...

    by Debra Pierce | easycda
    Saturday, 21 January 2017
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