A lecture explaining why using our imaginations, and providing for others to use theirs, is an obligation for all citizens
Lucid explaination for the need for well stocked libraries!
See on www.theguardian.com
Wondering how to get your students to use and analyze primary sources instead of their beloved Wikipedia? Here are some great resources for primary sources.
American examples in focus – there are Australian ones to identify too.
See on www.edudemic.com
Technology is changing not only how people write, but also how they learn to write. These profound changes require teachers to reconsider their pedagogical practices in the teaching of writing. This books shares instructional approaches from experienced teacher educators in the areas of writing, teacher education, and technology.
Suggestions and examples for teachers at several stages of experience.
Note 4 me – Comic Life information p163.
See on www.etc.cmu.edu
“For the last couple of years Vimeo has offered free music to download and re-use in your video projects. Now YouTube is offering the same thing through the YouTube Audio Library. This library is slightly different than the free music available when you use the YouTube slideshow creation tool. The music in the YouTube Audio Library is music that you can download to use in projects online and offline. You can search the library of music according to genre, mood, instrument, or duration. You can listen to the tracks before downloading them as MP3 files.”
See on www.freetech4teachers.com
This animation was produced on behalf of the Australian delegation to the Global Education Leadership Programme (GELP). It makes the case for making big changes…
Says it in a nutshell. We need to Enable, Engage and Empower youth. Much of Australia has a fair way to go though!
See on vimeo.com