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No Fear Sharing: Controlling the Audience with Google Products!

When school systems first started adopting GAFE (Google Apps for Education), in our county one of the most popular concerns was privacy.  Many teachers expressed fears that students, staff, or other unknown persons, would be able to access, copy, and/or change their work without permission.   227 more words

'Using' the Curriculum

Elliot Eisner (1985) outlined the three curricula that schools teach: the explicit – that which is publically broadcast; the implicit – the values and culture learned by students throughout their school experience; and the null curriculum – the experiences that are not provided for within the school. 245 more words

Community Of Practice

The Expanding Electronic Learning Space

Education is always evolving and developments in technology have always led to debate about what should or shouldn’t be part of the curriculum. Changes in practices and resources have always had the power to make teachers feel vulnerable and unsure of themselves. 438 more words

Community Of Practice

Collaborate to make #Edit2015: a Wikipedia Year-in-Review video

Above is #Edit2014, the first Wikipedia Year-in-Review video. You can collaborate to make #Edit2015 here. Video by Victor Grigas, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. 1,376 more words


Gogowe collaborate with Wizkid

New kid on the block, Gogowe, has proposed collaborating with Wizkid.

The singer, while telling EPO Edutainment correspondent about those she admires in the music industry said, “Even if a beat is not good, Wizkid comes on board and turns it around. 328 more words


Collaboration with PTA!

Flipping your classroom?   Try using members of other departments to supplement best practice ideas!   Learn how Nursing and Physical Therapy plan to collaborate this Fall… 225 more words

Instructional Strategies

[Event] EmTech Asia 2016, Singapore-A Place of Inspiration, Innovation and Collaboration

EmTech is the annual global emerging technologies conference hosted by MIT Technology Review, the world oldest and most respected technology publication since 1899. This unique event has grown into a global community which runs in the United States, Brazil, Spain, China, India, Mexico, Colombia and Singapore. 190 more words