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Twitter for Professional Learning

05/15/2012 Comments off

from Mark Anderson: “ A collection of my blog posts, CPD materials and screencasts on using Twitter as a place to learn, network and gain CPD from your peers.” How To Use Twitter If You’re A Teacher – MentorMob.

TED Talks for Teachers

03/18/2012 Comments off

As a follow-up to the announcement of the new TED-ED “lessons worth sharing” initiative, check out this compilation of additional resources for educational use of TED videos:

TED Talks for Teachers from Edutopia.

the value of Wikipedia

01/20/2012 Comments off

WILL UNWOUND #660: “Black is the Color of My True Love’s Hair” 

Remember Ranganathan’s laws (albeit revised):

every reader a resource, every resource a reader!

The extended mind – how Google affects our memories | Not Exactly Rocket Science | Discover Magazine

11/14/2011 Comments off

The extended mind – how Google affects our memories | Not Exactly Rocket Science | Discover Magazine.

includes both pro and con arguments!  IOW: not completely in agreement with Nicholas Carr’s theories.

Categories: LifetimeLearning

How learning can/should happen:

10/23/2011 Comments off

Thoughts from my own inquiry… « What Ed Said.

an interesting point of view of the inquiry process!

Freedom to Read, Research and Explore

10/4/2011 Comments off

What Every (New) Media Specialist Needs to Know

09/13/2011 Comments off