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August 3, 2012

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Post Title: Fitting In
By Barbara Wheat Lipatapanlop, Feed Name: The Magic Within
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[Read More] 2012-08-02T13:39:00.004-07:00 [Comment]
Post Title: iPads in Primary Education: Apps for Creativity in Primary Education
By Brandy_Erdmann, Feed Name: On Creativity & Multicultural Communication
Preview: Tablet PCs and iPads are finding themselves in more and more classrooms. Tablets are cost-effective, easily manipulated, and provide the visual stimuli that students crave. Here's a link to a list of apps available for the iPad (and many are also available on Android) and their significance in the primary school classroom.:iPads in Primary Education: Apps for Creativity in Primary Education: ....
[Read More] Tue, 31 Jul 2012 17:24:00 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: The Way We Live Now (Part II)
By tuckerandgypsy, Feed Name: tuckerandgypsy
Preview: I know I’m wordy and I tend to ramble…But here are the last three questions I chose to answer.   9) What piece of writing has most changed your heart and mind? Phrase, lyric, letter, book, poem, inscription. I love science fiction/fantasy novels, particularly the fantasy (sometimes that sci-fi gets a bit much for me).  [...]
[Read More] Mon, 30 Jul 2012 20:55:42 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: The Way We Live Now
By tuckerandgypsy, Feed Name: tuckerandgypsy
Preview: I’ve been looking through the discussion threads and I found an interesting one pointed out by Carol Yeager.  She directs us to the page http://www.hayfestival.com/the-way-we-live-now/questions-printer-friendly.aspx?skinid=9 that poses 25 questions relating to the way we live now.  I’ve picked out 6 of the questions I feel strongly about, but I’ll break them up into two ....
[Read More] Mon, 30 Jul 2012 20:22:35 +0000 [Comment]

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Title: Re: Creative Thinking Techniques
Preview: Thanks, Sarah. We'd love to have some ideas for VizMath.  One strategy we'll be talking about is using narrative to articulate one's understanding.  And, we are going to have the women who started crocheting hyperbolic curves!  That will be
By BettyHurleyDasgupta (Betty Hurley-Dasgupta) on July 31, 2012. [Reply]
Title: Re: Teachers perform miracles
Preview: I think Scott makes a wonderful point here that we overlook (I never really thought about it before).  We spend so much time focusing on graduation rates.  "Our school has over 80% graduation rate!"  You hear it from colleges all of the time (ESPECIALLY all of the online schools, DeVry, Phoenix, Kaplan, etc.  It's almost always one of their main selling points.)  ....
By sarah_arthur078 () on July 30, 2012. [Reply]
Title: Re: Creative Thinking Techniques
Preview: I'm not sure how much I directly visualize math.  The other analogy I always refer to in this situation is a 3-D picture, like the ones you'd find in any dentist/doctor's office, hair salon, wherever there was a waiting room in the 90's.  If you stare directly at the picture, all you see is a bunch of random colors in a semi-organized pattern.  You'll ....
By sarah_arthur078 () on July 30, 2012. [Reply]

New Twitter Posts

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: More about #CFHE12, the future of higher education & other imponderables http://t.co/83JiboVu #mooc #cmc11 #potcert12 (2012-08-01T22:08:42Z)
: More about #CFHE12, the #futureofhighereducation & other imponderables http://t.co/83JiboVu #mooc #cmc11 #change11 (2012-08-01T21:26:25Z)
: Massively Open Online Courses Are 'Here to Stay' | #cmc11 @scoopit via @learningfy http://t.co/jHglge6S (2012-07-30T19:04:19Z)