Kids of the Past vs. Kids of the internet Generation http://bit.ly/1685USy Inforgraphics : Kids of the Past vs. Kids of the internet Generation
This infographic takes a look at today’s kids as compared to the children of the past.
In other words, it’s a no-holds-barred face-off: Kids of the Past vs. Kids of the internet Generation See image only
Students : You Have a Gift to Give, That Others Need http://choose2matter.org/manifesto Students : You ALL Have a Gift to Give, That Others Need
The "Choose to Matter" initiative is designed to help students appreciate and realise just how important and valuable they are in the world. To ALL students we say 'YOU are a genius and the world needs you' "You were born to make an impact. Accept that you matter. Accept that your work and ideas count. Accept your role as agents of change.
Use what you have all the way."
"You don’t need permission to speak up. It's time to act. Ask yourself: What breaks your heart about the world? What are WE going to do about it?
Don’t wait a single moment." Choose to Matter on FacebookThe Quest2Matter
The Quest2Matter will unlock the potential of students to change our world by inviting them [YOU] to take action to solve problems that break their heart.
Education Profiles [from Apple] http://www.apple.com/education/profiles/ Education Profiles [from Apple]
From elementary schools to universities, Apple products are transforming the
learning experience, making it more interactive, immersive, and engaging.
TED: Four amazing kids on the future of education http://bit.ly/16dVxwM TED: Four amazing kids on the future of education
Student Voice http://www.stuvoice.org/ Student Voice
Student Voice strives to create an international network of empowered students by providing them with the tools they need to use their voice in policy discussions.
In summer 2012, a group of passionate students came together to form Student Voice. We started with our #StuVoice chats on Twitter, where thousands engaged in constructive discussions on how students can bridge the partisan gap in education.
On April 13, 2013, Student Voice will join efforts with Dell and Microsoft to present Student Voice Live! in New York City. Conversations that were once confined to Twitter’s 140 characters will blossom into a meaningful exchange between stakeholders in the education policy debate.
Youth Activism : UNICEF Resources http://teachunicef.org/explore/topic Youth Activism : UNICEF Resources
This collection of teacher resources addresses youth activism. The units, lesson plans and video highlight the story of a teenager named Doly from Bangladesh who shares her story of working to educate her community about important health practices and issues that impact girls, such as child marriage.
TeachUNICEF is a portfolio of free global education resources.
They were designed and collected by the U.S Fund for UNICEF for educators and students. TeachUNICEF resources cover grades PK-12, are interdisciplinary (social studies, science, math, English/language arts, foreign/world languages), and align with standards.
The lesson plans, stories, and multimedia cover many topics.
12 Most Important Things to Know about Kids Today http://12most.com/2011/08/09/12-important-kids-today/ 12 Most Important Things to Know about Kids Today
As a veteran educator, parent, and mentor; I couldn’t agree more. Kids today aren’t like they used to be, and I’ve never been more proud or excited to share with you why.
Visions of Students Today : Video Collage http://visionsofstudents.org/ Visions of Students Today : Video Collage
A Kansas State University working group led by Dr. Michael Wesch dedicated to exploring and extending the possibilities of digital ethnography.
The Digital Ethnography Research Team of 2011 is proud to announce the release of the Visions of Students Today: a “video collage” about student life created by students themselves and presented using the wonders of HTML5, allowing us to “cite” books and videos that are being presented in the remix as they are being shown.
But stick around. There is so much more than what can be seen in my little 5 minute remix. Each of my students (“the Diggies”) has been working for months to put together their own vision, and each one is remarkable in its own way.
Elevate http://elev8ed.org/ Elevate the education conversation with your voice!
This is a site for students to submit videos that...