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Linda Wollan
I am an eLearning Coordinator in a PYP school - teaching and learning with technology.
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Silvia Tolisano Sep 13
Social Media and Teens: Latest Common Sense Research | Endless Possibilities
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Edna Sackson Sep 7
Who’s joining us? Share, present, inspire and/or learn? More info soon!
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Linda Wollan Sep 8
Maybe budget for licences next year?
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UnleashingLearning Sep 7
Coming soon! Unleashing Learning 2, Melbourne. Conference by educators for educators.
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Jina Belnick Aug 27
Anyone got a list of games/ apps for children to play at home to consolidate number sense, operations, tables ...?
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Edna Sackson Sep 5
Some powerful learning and a call for your support in helping break down stereotypes about your country!
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Linda Wollan Sep 1
Or Skitch?
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Linda Wollan Sep 1
Have you looked at the Cabinet app? Allows annotation of PDFs, though not note taking.
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MSMC Year 2 Aug 30
Hi, we are Grade 2's in Australia. We are learning about how other people live. We're wondering, what season is it in your country? Please add to our slideshow with a photo out your window
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Tanya LeClair Aug 28
Made some posters that align with the Standards for Students. They turn them into "I Can / I Am" statements which may help Ss become more responsible for their learning. Feel free to use and share
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Linda Wollan Aug 30
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Linda Wollan Jul 21
Can anyone recommend a touch typing app for primary students?
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Linda Wollan Jul 20
Replying to @PhuHua
Hi Frank, wouldn’t mind getting a few more of your iPad holders - they’ve been really successful
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Linda Wollan Jul 17
Internet archive Wayback Machine Web pages saved over time
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Linda Wollan Jul 17
Six questions for transformed learning
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Linda Wollan Jul 17
The curse of knowledge - sometimes a first time learner can explain something to another learner in a more meaningful way than an expert
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Linda Wollan Jul 17
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Linda Wollan Jul 17
Web literacy - where common core meets commonsense
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Linda Wollan Jul 17
The web gives us different versions of the truth. Important in your skill set - find primary source
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Linda Wollan Jul 17
What you see online is filtered for you - personalised according to web history. Spoon fed custom news just for you Is this ok? Big business, not a librarian in a library.
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