Reflections from an Elementary School Principal: Web 2.0 and Higher Level Thinking
tags: critical thinking
YouTube Blog: Opening up a world of educational content with YouTube for Schools
tags: youtube video
Free Technology for Teachers: Animaps – Create Animated Google Maps
tags: google maps maps google
Free Technology for Teachers: Bookboon – More Than 500 Free eTextbooks
tags: ebooks textbooks
5 Games For School That Students Actually Enjoy
Information Literacy Resources | Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
tags: information literacy
Learning as becoming through performance, play, and dialogue: A model of game-based learning with the game Legends of Alkhimia – Digital Culture & Education | are you game | Scoop.it
tags: game gaming games
tags: QR codes audio
Search-ebooks.eu – Free ebook search engine
tags: ebooks search searchengine
30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself
Google’s $29 Billion Revenue In Perspective | The Big Picture
No Copyright Intended – Waxy.org
Curriculum Leadership Journal | Using student assessment for professional learning
tags: assessment professional learning
Comics in the Classroom: 100 Tips, Tools, and Resources for Teachers | Teaching Degree.org
8ways – home
Know your Twitter followers
tags: twitter statistics
tags: question questioning questions
Ten Surprising Truths about Video Games and Learning | MindShift | Game-Based Learning | are you game | Scoop.it
tags: games video games game
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Posted by Anne Weaver on December 12, 2011 in "Anne Weaver"
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