7 digital portfolio guidelines for outstanding learning performance


7 digital portfolio guidelines. We have prepared seven guidelines that show how easy it is to implement digital portfolios in the classroom. The post 7 digital portfolio guidelines for outstanding learning performance appeared first on NEO BLOG.

UDL for Adult Learners: Guidelines and Strategies

Digital Promise

In this webinar, Jason and one of the YouthBuild USA Teaching Fellows, Jo Forman, talk about why UDL is important when working with adult learners, and they outline several UDL guidelines and give strategies for using UDL in the classroom. Adult Learning Blog Educators Entrepreneurs

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11 Classroom Blogging Tips You Don’t Want to Miss

Ask a Tech Teacher

Here are eleven of the top classroom blogging tips according to Ask a Tech Teacher readers: Can We Eliminate Blogs–Teachers Hate Them! 6 Tips I Wish I’d Known When I Started Blogging. 3 Problems to Address Before Blogging at Your School. Internet Skills for K-8: Blogs.

Five Critical Guidelines for Data Privacy Across School Districts


Discussing CoSN’s Five Critical Guidelines for Ensuring Data Privacy in Your Use of Technology, the speakers told attendees that when it comes to data privacy, the word “done” isn’t in their vocabulary. Five Critical Guidelines .

Quick List of Classroom Blogging Resources

The Web20Classroom

Blogging is an important part of who I am as a professional. Blogging changes that for kids. More and more teachers and classrooms are embracing blogging in the classroom. Lets take a look at some classroom blogging resources to get started with. You can manage your blogs.

Dear Otto: Can We Eliminate Blogs–Teachers Hate Them!

Ask a Tech Teacher

We are updating our website and the principal wants to take the blogs down so that it is not so much work for the teachers and they don’t have to take the time to update. I’m sad to hear that your principal wants to remove the teacher blog pages.

So.You Wanna Use Blogs In The Classroom

The Web20Classroom

Blogging is an important part of who I am as a professional. Blogging changes that for kids. More and more teachers and classrooms are embracing blogging in the classroom. Lets take a look at some classroom blogging resources to get started with. You can manage your blogs.

Four Guidelines for Innovating and Designing a Book Unit


I offer four guidelines that I use when designing book projects for my junior high students: STUDENTS MUST HAVE CHOICE - not all students learn the same, and not all students create the same, so we need to give them a choice in demonstrating their learning.

3 Ways Blogging Has Helped Me Grow as a Learner

The Principal of Change

I started blogging over eight years ago merely for the reason to understand how this type of platform would help our students. Blogging has helped my learning grow significantly because I have done it consistently for myself, not necessarily for an audience.

3 Easy Web Accessibility Guidelines

The Innovative Educator

If you want to know three easy guidelines to always keep in mind, a colleague of mine, shared the following with me and I'm sharing with the innovative educators who read this blog. I generally use the blog's default here, which I believe takes this into consideration.

Important Guidelines to Help You make The Best of Google Maps in Your Teaching

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

March 11, 2017 A few weeks ago we started a series of blog posts covering some of the main Google services for us in education. For each of these services we create a chart featuring the.read more. Charts Google Maps resources

Student Blogging Skills That Can Help Create Great Communicators

Gaggle Speaks

Blogging remains a viable option for helping students build the skills that will follow them through life’s journeys. Here are some student blogging skills that you might want to consider including in your lesson plan. Use blogs to help students grasp the notion of research.

#blideo - a new blogging challenge

Learning with 'e's

The challenge was simple - you shared an image with a friend (or three) and challenged them to write a short, learning related blog about it. blimage = blog + image. Some have returned to blogging after a long time away, and others have been encouraged to blog for the very first time.

More on Social Networking Guidelines for Educators


A couple of months ago I posted ten social networking guidelines for educators that I had come up with in response to a request from colleagues in my district. Today I came across some more detailed guidelines in the making. One is a blog with several thoughtful comments, and the other a wiki that is being collaboratively created. Guidelines for Educators Using Social Networking Sites [link] Social Media Guidelines for Schools [link].

5 Reasons To Have a Collaborative Blog

The Principal of Change

One part of the initiative is that educators in the program are asked to blog about something in their classroom or the program, to share their learning through the process, to the ITLL Project blog. Hire a teacher, give them a blog.

Introducing Your Class to Your Blog


Blogging is a fabulous way to connect with an authentic audience. Some rights reserved by T Hall Foundations for Blogging Houses need a sturdy foundation to remain standing. Likewise, blogging needs a sturdy foundation of digital citizenship and quality commenting.

A Framework for Technology Adoption: Making Your Pedagogy Deeply Digital

The Journal

This week’s blog post distills our 30-plus years of working in K–12 classrooms trying, trying, trying to integrate computing devices into those K–12 classrooms. The result: five guidelines. Educators, what’s your take on these five guidelines?

Tips for Student Comments on Blogs and Forums


Similarly, it''s important to set guidelines, rules, and expectations for students to comment on blogs and forums. These guidelines should outline appropriate online behavior and internet safety precautions. Your task is to create those guidelines.

Class Blogging and Family Participation


As part of the Edublogs Challenge , I am learning how to start a class blog. I used Kathleen Morris'' fabulous example to guide me in creating my letter to introduce the class blog. This blog is for both of her language arts classes.

Students are Challenged to Blog


We have entered the Class Blog Student Challenge : A global blogging challenge for students of all ages. During the past few weeks, we have focused on setting up our blog (posting guidelines), Internet safety, and how to leave a comment for others. Group 1: What should we blog about? What will readers learn from our blog? Group 1 Blog Prompt: Why should students and classes visit our blog? 21st Century Learning blog Edublogs Challenges

The Zen of Coloring

The Daring Librarian

Guidelines NOT Rules Ok, sorta like rules. After a few weeks, I did find that we had to have some guidelines for the coloring corner -but I don't like to call them rules! There's a NEW! feature in our Library Media Center Makerspace area! It's Coloring!

Why Your Community Makes a Difference

Digital Promise

You can find more detailed information and guidelines on the Adult Literacy XPrize Communities Competition website. Adult Learning Blog Developers Educators Entrepreneurs Uncategorized

DOs and DON’Ts of teaching digital citizenship


Without further ado, here are the things you as an educator teaching digital citizenship should do: Follow your own guidelines. Before you can “lecture” on good digital citizenship be sure your social and other profiles follow your own guidelines. Simply hand out guidelines.

Demonstrating the Impact of Powerful Learning: HP Teaching Fellows and Micro-credentials

Digital Promise

These educators demonstrate the Powerful Learning principles, which are a set of guidelines that support educators in designing learning experiences to engage the hearts and minds of learners. Blog Educator Micro-credentials Educators Learning Experience Design Reinvent the Classroom

3 Ways to Thank Administrators

The CoolCatTeacher

Frank Buck on Episode 389 From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Thankfulness is modeled and shown by how we appreciate those around us.

Limited Evidence in Edtech: Everyone Agrees – It Isn’t Their Fault

Digital Promise

While several taxonomies that define levels of evidence exist, such as the NSF Common Guidelines , ESSA , and the Learning Assembly Evaluation Taxonomy , there remains a need for common definitions for different types of research. Blog Developers Educators Entrepreneurs Research Researchers

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Creating Positive Learning Environments

The CoolCatTeacher

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter As we lay out our rooms and organize our spaces, we can make our learning environments more positive spaces to interact, collaborate and work together.

Digital Portfolios and Content


communication with parents or colleagues can be a powerful content creator guideline. Read more at langwitches.org/blog. Graphic Arts Silvia Tolisano - Langwitches Digital Portfolios blog TL Advisor Blog

Merging Classrooms: How I Shared My Students with a Class in Egypt

The CoolCatTeacher

Every Classroom Matters episode 214 From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. What are some guidelines for facilitating global competency and awareness?

Exploring Learner Profiles: Resources, Examples, and Questions to Consider


This tool developed by ReSchool Colorado provides practical resources, strategies, and guidelines to help educators build personalized learning profiles across age spans. Blog Personalized Learning Tom Driscoll

5 Ways to Improve Relevance in Our Classrooms Now

The CoolCatTeacher

Denis Sheeran on episode 590 From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Part of being remarkable is that students believe your class and content applies to their life.

Designing for accessibility in e-learning


WCAG stands for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. These guidelines have been created by the World Wide Web Consortium ( W3CM ), the same organization that is behind HTML, CSS, XML and other technical stuff that make the Internet possible.

Incorporating Student Voices with Participatory Design

The Innovative Educator

Crossposted at the iZone blog Students and teachers spend their days subjected to policies, guidelines, and mandates that they rarely have any say in.

Ask the experts: Crowdsourced solutions to 4 problems of blended-learning practice

The Christensen Institute

Establish time guidelines to measure the effectiveness of a new approach. Education BlogEarlier this month, the Christensen Institute, Highlander Institute , and The Learning Accelerator welcomed over 100 advanced blended- and personalized-learning practitioners to Providence, Rhode Island as part of a two-day meeting-of-the-minds leading up to the 2018 Blended and Personalized Learning Conference.

Why Kids Need Life Skills (including how to cook!)

The CoolCatTeacher

Andrea Moore on episode 583 From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Students need life skills. Go to www.ToyotaDreamCarUSA.com/CoolCat to download artwork guidelines, an entry form, official rules, and the lesson plan today.

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