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Ask a Teacher: Would You Friend Your Students on Facebook?

Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab Should teachers accept Facebook friend requests from their students? Should they interact with them on Twitter? That's the big topic in the latest Ask a Teacher, Slate’s education podcast with the Teacher Project at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Show More Summary

Ask a Teacher: Do You Teach to the Test?

Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab Are standardized tests harming the integrity of teaching? That's the big issue in the latest episode of Ask a Teacher, Slate’s education podcast with the Teacher Project at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Show More Summary

Ask a Teacher: What Do You Do When You Genuinely Dislike a Student?

Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab “What do you do with a student in your class who you genuinely dislike?” That's the big question in the latest installment of Ask a Teacher, Slate’s education podcast with the Teacher Project at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Show More Summary

Ask a Teacher: How Should Teachers Really Be Evaluated?

Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab Welcome to the latest installment of Ask a Teacher, Slate’s education podcast with the Teacher Project at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. In thisShow More Summary

Ask a Teacher: How Do You Avoid Burnout?

Listen to Episode 2 of Ask a Teacher: Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab Welcome to the latest installment of Ask a Teacher, Slate’s education podcast with the Theater Project at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Show More Summary

Ask a Teacher: What’s the Best and Worst Advice You’ve Ever Received?

Listen to Episode 1 of Ask a Teacher: Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab Welcome to Ask a Teacher, Slate’s new education podcast presented with the Teacher Project at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Show More Summary

Thomas Edison's creepy dolls speak at last

4 weeks agoEducation / Learning : Infocult

What does a nineteenth-century talking doll sound like? In 1890 mad scientist Thomas Edison marketed a set of dolls to girls. These dolls contained wax cylinders, which played songs. Unfortunately, the target audience reacted with sheer terror disinterest, and the...

Teaching (a pedagogical framework)

When I'm asked, in email or face to face, to explain how I use (blogs, wikis, podcasts, what have you) with my students I usually begin by saying: "That's not a short answer." While knowledge of how a particular tool works is important,...Show More Summary

New Book: Our Bodies Our Shelves by Roz Warren

Topic: Librarian's Book Club Librarians Today, April 16th is National Librarian Day and what better way to celebrate than with the release of her book OUR BODIES,OUR SHELVES: A COLLECTION OF LIBRARY HUMOR (HOPress, 2015). In addition...Show More Summary

#TCEA15 1:1 Infrastructure for Equitable Mobility (audio+text)

1:1 Infrastructure for Equitable Mobility Gary Shuman & George MallickDallas ISD Network Services Listen to MP3/Audio of Presentation: infrastructure_dallasisdpreso... 13.2 MB Notes (View Slideshow as PDF) Studying infrastructure deployment for a 1 to 1, specifically as devices go home. Show More Summary

Podcast: Mobile Data Solutions for Texas Districts @k12dynamics

You may recall I discussed this topic--Data Warehouses (a.k.a. business intelligence) in a widely-read blog entry, Data-Driven Districts Face Growing Pains. One fact is incontrovertible--school districts need access to a bewilderingShow More Summary

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