This is a great idea! a little MyS*ace for the teaching and learning crowd! ... and timely too! I'm teaching a course called, "Emerging Technology in Education" next quarter and plan to use this as a bouncing pad with my graduate students. Like I said in my profile, I'm a Research Associate for the Center for Electronic Studying, a division of The Center for Advanced Technology in Education at the University of Oregon, but they also - once in a while - let me teach a…
O.k. -- so I've been obsessed with this lately, but it's something I really do worry about. How do we fund School 2.0 (Sorry, Steve, I'm a principal, I've got to look at it from the school level...) when we're barely funding School 1.0 in our cities?
I was pleased today to discover this new initiative by Steve Hargadon and others. Below are some of my thoughts on the importance of social networks for the professional development and growth of educators.
Social Networks - Challenge and Fun!
It has been an exceptionally busy 9 or 10 months. Although I have long finished my course work for a graduate degree in educational technology, over this time period I have developed richer and more meaningful relationships… Continue
Okay, so I'm pretty sure this is my antiquated brain trying to wrap my head around this network thing, but I'm wondering why my School 2.0 stuff isn't showing up here as well??? Obviously I am a social networking neophyte, but I want to be able to do it all from one place. How do I do that?
There are tons of quiz makers on the market, search it on Google, you will find more. Most of them are online test makers, now I choose some popular desktop test makers, and list some useful data for each test makers. Hope this information could give you some direction to when choose the right test maker.… Continue
Federation of Malaya Replacing Malayan Union By Amira Amir, Kuala Lumpur
What is Malayan Union?
Malayan Union, a federation that brings a lot of protest among the Malayan citizens will be form January, 1948. The purpose of this federation is to simplify the administration, make it easier for the British to rule as it unifies Malay Peninsula under one government
. The Unwilling approval
This idea was first brought by British on… Continue