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Doug Johsnon links...libraries and technology
Doug Johnson....Dir of Media and Tech, Mankato Schools. Author Blue Skunk Blog. Speaker, consultant, writer, grandpa. More here: http://www.doug-johnson (More)
The Selection by Kiera Cass *****
The Selection by Kiera Cass Thirty-five girls between the ages of 16 and 20 are calledup to be part of “The Selection” of a new wife for the handsome and shelteredPrince Maxon. They will give up the lives they knew to move to the palace, aplace wher (More)
Are you a student who needs study help? Or maybe a teacher who needs to pep up a lesson plans?
Back in the day (many days back) if a student needed help in a class, a tutor was located and paid by the parents of the floundering student. This age-old tactic is still alive and well today. Many websites offer services and on bulletin boards in sc (More)
Inquiry based learning
Inquiry based learning Give a man a fish; feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish; he’ll keep bait in your fridge! You want students to keep bait in their fridges? Sure you do. You want to give them the tools necessary to be lifelong learners. Teach (More)
Common Knowledge
Common Knowledge Is common knowledge all that common anymore?  In a world of technology with instant internet access it seems as though perhaps common knowledge is no longer something to be taken for granted. Before the age of word processors I (More)
Do you like to read?
Do you like to read?                                                                                                   11/02/2012   If the answer is “no” my theory is that if you do not like to read it is because you have not found the rig (More)
The Complete Guide To Twitter Hashtags In Education
Briefly explains hashtags and provides a really good list of hashtags for education.   http://www.teachthought.com/technology/the-complet (More)

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