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Autism resource for educators


I just wanted to pass along an information piece that I have happened upon which should be of interest to anyone in the education field that is working with children with Autism. (especially Canada)

Click Here to open the brochure containing important info as well as the website address.

I hope that you find this information helpful in…

Added by Gary Gray on October 10, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

How to Prepare for the GMAT


Added by Erik on July 7, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

Veritas Prep’s Industry-Leading GMAT Preparation Books Now Available for Retail Purchase

Prospective MBA applicants preparing to take the GMAT have a powerful new study aid to prepare for and conquer the notoriously competitive business school entrance exam. Veritas Prep, the largest privately-owned GMAT prep company in the world, today announced the retail availability of its industry-leading GMAT prep books. Previously available only with… Continue

Added by CTCSG on July 6, 2010 at 10:31am — No Comments

Does your brain lie to you? (6 lessons for students)

This was originally posted on The Freshman Transition Network

Recently I had the opportunity to spend 45 minutes addressing the 10th and 11th grade students at Estill County High School in Irvine, Kentucky. The topic of my address was Does Your Brain Lie to You (and do you believe it)? I thought that some of the ideas from that address might be ideas that teachers… Continue

Added by Scott Habeeb on May 16, 2010 at 8:44pm — No Comments

Barriers to technology integration: Hello! It's NOT always the teacher!

I recently posted about a classroom teacher's story about barriers to technology integration in her history class, a "classroom for the future" From my post, you can link directly to the teacher's M.Ed. thesis, which provides a good first-person insight about the barriers she faced in her attempts to effectively integrate a rich assortment of technology in her classroom.

Here is just one the examples from the…

Added by Lynn Marentette on March 19, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Students can learn from THE HOLE

This post was originally on The Freshman Transition…

Added by Scott Habeeb on March 10, 2010 at 7:33pm — No Comments

Looking to expand your ed tech network on Linkedin?

Share your ideas, meet people and build your connection base. Ed Tech Start Ups group on Linkedin has almost 1,550 members already. Our focus is technology and education. Those that are interested in exploring the possibility or are in the process of developing a start up business will find this an outstanding… Continue

Added by Kimberly Hulbert on March 10, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

Another Great Song to Share - Our Lives by The Calling

This was originally posted on The Freshman Transition Network.

Here's another great song to consider sharing with your students (if the video doesn't load the first time try refreshing this page):

This song, Our Lives by The Calling, has an axcellent message for our young people. As I have recommended with songs before, try playing it for your students as a Do…

Added by Scott Habeeb on March 3, 2010 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Games and Learning: Lure of the Labyrinth (link to post, video, and links)

Games and Learning: Lure of the Labyrinth, an on-line pre-algebra game for middle-schoolers: (plus more resources)

Added by Lynn Marentette on February 23, 2010 at 5:39pm — No Comments

Making Connections

Children learn best by making connections to something they already know. It's like connecting the wires of the brain from the platform that already exists to all of the new information that can fit the category in some way. The likelihood that the knowledge is going to become permanent is much more likely when connections are made.…


Added by Bernice Wonderly on February 14, 2010 at 4:54pm — No Comments

A Three-Dimensional Model for Understanding Student Disruptive Behavior: Part Two, The Intrapersonal Approach

A Three-Dimensional Model for Understanding Student Disruptive Behavior: Part Two, The Intrapersonal Approach*

The intrapersonal approach, the second dimension to understanding student disruptive behavior, is quite different from the group and community building perspective. It focuses on how individual students process information, and control and manage their own cognitions, emotions and behavior. According to the intrapersonal approach, the irresponsible behavior of… Continue

Added by Richard D. Solomon, Ph.D. on January 27, 2010 at 7:53am — No Comments

Lifestyle on the net

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Added by Kerja Keras adalah energi kita on December 2, 2009 at 10:41pm — No Comments

642 Hours to Complete Race to the Top Application

Wow. Is this normal? Anyone know?

Education Week: Heavy Lifting Ahead for ‘Race to Top’ Applications

Added by Jacqui Murray on August 20, 2009 at 11:29am — No Comments

Education Week: ‘Race to Top’ Guidelines Stress Use of Test Data

Accepted wisdom rejects the idea that teachers ‘teach to the test’. But, President Obama wants to judge teachers on scores. Hmmm… Education Week: ‘Race to Top’ Guidelines Stress Use of Test Data

I suppose this will sort itself in the end.

See more on… Continue

Added by Jacqui Murray on July 30, 2009 at 11:41am — No Comments

Screen Recording in Computer Teaching and Training

In the production of multi-media courseware presentation, we often need to capture the computer screen actions of operating the application, such as tracking the movement of the mouse and the keystrokes from the keyboard, and so on. That is to make a multimedia animation presentation document from your onscreen activity. And they can be used for software training and self-learning. The research shows that screen recording applied to teaching and training receives a good… Continue

Added by Tim on July 10, 2009 at 2:52am — No Comments

Free Global University - University of the People

The University of the People is a Free Global University that has been founded by a Israeli entrepreneur named Shai Reshef. Brisinger Group has been selected as the LMS Development Company for this great new University. The BGI SCORM LMS Portal will be the core of the University and then will be extended as needed to offer all the features required.

The University of the People (UoP) is a Free Global University that has been founded by a Israeli entrepreneur named Shai Reshef.… Continue

Added by Robert J Collins on April 6, 2009 at 11:35pm — No Comments

Drop In: Connect the Dots

Don't settle, do what you enjoy. This was to me the basis for Steve Job's commencement speech of 05. As you look at two of the brightest technology leaders (Jobs/Gates) of our time, a common thread comes about. They both worked really hard and they both were true to their passion. At some point, the probably got a lucky break, but for the most part, they did not conform to the status quo. They both went about their success by leaving college early. They both were diligent in their passion and… Continue

Added by John Costilla on February 14, 2009 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

The Teachers Life Episode 4 is up........come vote!!!!

The latest of "The Teacher's Life Podcast" is up and you can come vote for the opening song!

Added by Bobby on August 6, 2008 at 9:34pm — No Comments

Global Awareness, Collaboration, and Conversation

I had the privilege last month of traveling across the country to speak to teachers, administrators, and technology trainers. The "light bulb" of awareness for the need to empower teachers and student to collaborate globally is definitely shining brightly! Whether you are a second grade general education teacher or a high school foreign language teacher, our field of education gets it! In order to prepare our students to be competitive, analytical, and successful, we need to arm them with an… Continue

Added by Dr. Kari Stubbs on August 2, 2008 at 5:21pm — 2 Comments

A.P. Calculus in web 2.0

My name is Mackenzie Proe and I am a student at Millis High School, Millis, MA. I am taking a web 2.0 class this year and I am trying to find different ways to apply web 2.0 in the classroom. I have chosen A.P. Calculus as my subject, and I am looking for any insight as to how web 2.0 can help students learn objectives faster and better. An A.P class is mainly on how to take the A.P. test and score to get college credit. With this in mind, there are many deadlines that teachers have to follow… Continue

Added by Web 2.0 Class on February 14, 2008 at 6:30am — 1 Comment

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