Winners NAACE [UK] Impact Awards 2013 https://bit.ly/16PVXpx Winners NAACE [UK] Impact Awards 2013
Naace has no doubt about the impact that ICT can have on learning and teaching when used well by skilled and creative professionals. ICT makes a real difference to learner’s achievement and engagement; it offers access to resources that would otherwise be beyond the reach of any school or college, it allows communication and collaboration beyond the physical and temporal limits of the classroom; it allows learners to think more clearly and see the world from another perspective. Congratulations to all our winners!
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Presentation (Conversation) at #educon 26 Jan 2013 educonphilly.org An innovation conference where we can come together, both in person and virtually, to discuss the future of schools. Every session will be an opportunity to discuss and debate ideas — from the very practical to the big dreams.
Leadership for Innovation https://bit.ly/QdqJRy Leadership for Innovation
Research has shown that effective leadership for supporting innovation includes leadership that ....
Featured Teacher: Zoe Branigan-Pipe https://bit.ly/ax1u0R Featured Teacher: Zoe Branigan-Pipe
I teach Grade Five Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Drama and Art.
I used a differentiated teaching approach in my classroom and provide my students a variety of tools and learning experiences so that all students, of all abilities and learning styles will feel engaged and confident in the classroom.
The learnometer project http://www.learnometer.net/ The learnometer project
All round the world countries are investing significant and increasing amounts in education, particularly in ICT and in buildings.
At the same time clear emergent learning trends, effective and consensual, are re-defining 21st century learning.
Two fundamental questions recur: (1) is our investment taking us in the right direction, towards 21st century learning? and (2) if it is, do we know how effective that investment has been - what should improve, and how do we know that it has?
This project, with its 4 component parts, seeks to answer those questions. This is timely and significant work and there is very substantial worldwide interest in this project.
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