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Susan M. Bearden, CETL
Chief Innovation Officer, . Co-moderator . Author . Former
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Tony Vincent 13h
⭕ Generate arched text at . Save as a PNG and import into Google Slides, Google Drawings, Keynote, etc. (Available on desktop only; doesn't work on mobile)
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Alex Kluge May 18
what all the learning science tells us is the parent-child dynamic is closer to the truth about learning than a lot of the dogma we take for granted in colleges and schools
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Brian Aspinall May 18
If you would like to explore coding for some summer PD, start with and . Like READING, if you can learn to code, you can code to learn. Start with tutorials, but jump into the sandbox and start creating. Of course you could use my blog and books too.
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Tony Vincent May 18
💬 I'm sharing a document that has helped my students give and receive better feedback.
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 18
'Geek squads' tapped for classroom help
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 18
Join the chat to discuss "The Role of in Personalized Learning" on Mon 5/20 at 7pm ET! Guest host is , Director of Innovation at !
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SHLB Coalition May 17
"If we want kids in areas to have access to the latest curriculum, and to be able to work on their homework once they leave school, we need wide access to ," ' tells : via
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Matt Hiefield May 17
Providing in our schools is not enough. We need to train teachers to implement in collaborative, creative, and authentic ways -- especially at in our higher poverty schools!
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CoSN May 17
Coming Monday 5/20 at 7 PM chat The Role of in personalized learning guest host
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 18
Replying to @tk_nagayoshi
Bravo!!!
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 17
Lots of options! To start check out online curriculum, Scratch at , Google CS First
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Matt Hiefield May 17
If technology is a hammer, some students get to use it to build meaningful structures while others just get their fingers smashed through drill and kill activities. How schools implement matters!!!
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 17
in K-12: Assessing the impact
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Joseph South May 16
Had a great conversation with 's own Richard Culatta as part of the new podcast. We covered a lot of ground in the conversation on pretty much every hot topic in . Give it a listen!
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Eileen Belastock, CETL May 16
What an informative article. Lots of takeaways for parent tech nights.
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Cisco May 16
Replying to @s_bearden
We couldn't agree more, Susan. In this blog we explored what it takes for technology to affect student achievement in a meaningful way.
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 16
Replying to @Cisco
Good read, thanks for sharing!
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 16
New Blog Post: Securing IoT Devices on School Networks
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL May 16
Join the chat to discuss "The Role of in Personalized Learning" on Mon 5/20 at 7pm ET! Guest host is , Director of Innovation at !
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Voice & Choice: Dissecting the ISTE Student Empowered Learner Standard
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