Monthly Archives: June 2012

ISTE Ideas 06/28/2012

DIGITAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: Tools and Technologies for Effective Classrooms Tags: Learning, environment – By L Butler Flipteaching Tags: Flipped, resources, lessons, tools Doing What Works – Proven Methods – ED.gov Tags: Research, education Flipped Learning | Turning Learning on Its … Continue reading

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ISTE Ideas 06/27/2012

The Infinite Thinking Machine Tags: PD, show, CUE – By L Butler lingro: The coolest dictionary known to hombre! Tags: Language, dictionary – By L Butler Apps from Evernote Tags: Apps, notes – By L Butler Free Social Teaching and … Continue reading

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ISTE Ideas 06/26/2012

Homepage – ReadWriteThink Tags: lesson plans, student examples, web2.0 – By L Butler – By L Butler Historical Tweets Tags: Twitter, history, social studies – By L Butler Cisco Show and Share Tags: flipped, video – By L Butler Educators … Continue reading

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ISTE Preview

Someone already wrote a great and through blog post on How to Follow ISTE 2012 from Afar (@engaginged on Twitter) – and there was no need to re-write the same ideas. My blog provides links to all my ISTE content: … Continue reading

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ISTE Ideas 06/21/2012

ISTE – SpanishTechbook This is my project homepage for my poster session at #ISTE12. Tags: poster, Voicethread, student examples – By L Butler Posted from Diigo. The rest of ISTE ideas group favorite links are here.

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School End Reflection

At the end of the retiree celebration, someone shared a story about walking across the field. A straight line is the quickest, but if you follow your interests and enjoy the things you discover along the way, it would be … Continue reading

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Digital Research

Yesterday I had a conversation about real learning and research skills. I was talking to a former high school classmate who did not pursue an education degree. In surprisingly many ways we agree. The successful lifelong learners are not the … Continue reading

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