Monthly Archives: January 2012

Wilson, Keiser, Luxora: What Is A Town Without High School Football Like?

What Is A Town Without High School Football Like? If you live in Wilson, Keiser, and Luxora, you know what the answer to that question is. One word: Rivercrest. Though there is no football in your hometown, you go to … Continue reading

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Wilson, Keiser, Luxora: A Town Without A School Is No Town At All

South Mississippi County School Board Superintendent Gary Masters is Back – for The Second Time – in less than 4 months! (Buzzards and Vultures have more patience than Superintendent Masters. Buzzards and vultures wait for their victims to die a … Continue reading

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Zinepal eBook: #EdCamp Santiago 2012

EdCamp Santiago 2012 This eBook was created using the Zinepal Online eBookCreator. Use Zinepal to create your own eBooks in PDF, ePubandKindle / Mobipocket formats. EdCamp Santiago 2012 View more documents from Edcamp Santiago

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The Panthers Fight The Good Fight: Life Lessons On the Football Field

This was the team of teams. We had gone 9-1 in our final season of junior high football, as freshmen. Two years later, we were ready to dominate the football fields of Northeast Arkansas once again. Expectation was high, very … Continue reading

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I Signed Up For CS101! My Teacher? Sebastian Thrun

I did it again. Last year I signed up for my first MOOC, CCK11. My instructors were Stephen Downes and George Siemens. What I learned about connectivism and connected knowledge had a profound impact on my practice this past year. … Continue reading

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The Three P’s of ELT: Patience, Persistence & Perseverance

If you’re like most teachers of English as a Second or Foreign Language, you understand the three P’s (PPP) as a straightforward, linear way of teaching English. Though it has fallen out of favor (with good reason), it works quite … Continue reading

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Hello by Matthijs Vlot

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100 Top Tools For Learning

Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011 by Jane Hart on Nov 13, 2011 209K views 5th Annual Survey of Learning Tools Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011 View more presentations from Jane Hart

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Poll Everywhere

Steve Dembo walks through Poll Everywhere and suggests incorporating text messaging into classroom instruction. Visit discoveryeducation.com to learn more about Discovery Education’s professional development resources.

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#Edcamp Santiago: The Day After

Above, to begin, we share the awesome image of what international collaboration and cooperation looks like. And now, first and foremost, we say, Thanks. ¡Muchas gracias amigos de Edcamp Delta! Thank you. As a matter of fact, Thank You to … Continue reading

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