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Reverbnation & 2013 Catalog of Books by Thomas Jerome Baker

Reverbnation is a pretty cool site. I like the idea that I can add photos of my book covers, my video booktrailers, and my blog posts. It’s a place where I can bring together a lot of material to share … Continue reading

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How To Review A Book You Don’t Like: Top Ten Tips For First-Time Book Reviewers ( A Case Study)

The purpose of this piece, the reason why I’m writing, is to try to be helpful for people who are writing their first book review, and they did not like the book they are reviewing! I will present a case … Continue reading

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#MOOC: You Are Now A Courserian: Welcome to Coursera!

Hi Thomas Jerome Baker, Welcome to Coursera! You’ve just joined a community of hundreds of thousands of students who are taking courses, and changing the face of higher education. At Coursera, you can take courses from the top universities, for … Continue reading

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MOOC Pedagogy – Promise or Peril?

Excerpt: MOOC pedagogy: the challenges of developing for Coursera In the summer of 2012 the team of teachers and researchers associated with the MSc in E-learning programme at the University of Edinburgh began developing a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) … Continue reading

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We Create: #Edtech #Edcamp

We all know that a technological revolution occurred in education. Some of us have been fortunate to be a part of it, up front, working side by side with children who have no personal experience of a world without edtech … Continue reading

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Congratulations Thomas! You’ve successfully published “Connectivism for EFL Teachers” on the Kindle Store!

Hi Thomas, Hello from Amazon KDP! The book “Connectivism for EFL Teachers: A Theory of Learning For A Digital Age” you recently submitted to KDP and enrolled in KDP Select has been published to the Kindle Store and is already … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: Sign Up Your School For Digital Learning Day

What Is Digital Learning Day? http://www.digitallearningday.org/ Digital Learning Day is a culminating event in a year-round national awareness campaign to improve teaching and learning for all children. On Digital Learning Day, we are asking everyone – no matter your comfort … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: El país que quiere digitalizar sus escuelas para 2015

No. No estamos hablando de Santiago (no es un país). No estamos hablando de Chile tampoco. Estamos hablando de Corea del Sur, país con uno de los mejores sistemas educativos del mundo. Corea del Sur busca consolidar su posición global … Continue reading

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eBeam Edge IWB Quick Set Up & Overview: A Review

The eBeam Edge is yet another model of IWB. I am sharing this model because I observed it taken out of the box, set up, ready for operation, in 3 minutes. Three minutes means even I could do it. So, … Continue reading

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Back To The Future: Progressive Education in the 1940’s

“The world is moving at a tremendous rate. Noone knows where. We must prepare our children, not for the world of the past, not for our world, but for their world, the world of the future.” ~John Dewey (seen saying … Continue reading

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