Fake Facebook Ads / Teaching With Videos / Transforming High Schools

Fake FB ads
We posed as 100 Senators to run ads on Facebook. Facebook approved all of them. This is a bipartisan effort. You and your students should know this. @WilliamTurton @VICE @pfzenke @mozilla

Eleven Tools for Teaching With Videos – A PDF Handout – There are times when a good video or video clip can be just the thing that a student needs to see how all of the pieces of a topic come together. @edpuzzle @rmbyrne @rudytoot1

Transforming High Schools: Eight Strategies for EdLeaders – Be intentional about soliciting stakeholder participation. @tvanderark @Getting_Smart

Social/Mobile Media Education

10+ Tips to Boost Your Blog’s Social Media Shares – I do most of this. Do you? @chrisdegraff @imobsession


Grid Multiplication – It’s a good flash primary maths activity which helps students learn how to use the grid method of multiplication. @ukedchat @ICTmagic


Five Questions for Deeper Reflection – Reflection is important for growth. But we have to be intentional about it. @davidgeurin

Inspirational/Funny Tweets

Real Confidence@Leadershipfreak

Humor, Music, Cool Stuff

The City Adding The Most Jobs In Every State, Mapped – Keep this in mind if your thinking of moving or looking for a college to attend. @Digg

Recent Book Summaries, Original Work, and Guest Posts

All Children, Including Those with Learning Disabilities, Benefit from the Arts by Lillian Brooks

Code Breaker

Code Breaker: Increase Creativity, Remix Assessment, and Develop a Class of Coder Ninjas! by Brian Aspinall

Seven Things That Can Spoil Your Relationship with the Students by Kate Khom

Elite Schools

Why Do We Have Elite Schools? Click here for the original post at EdWeek Teacher and consider leaving a comment. @DrDougGreen @MsSackstein @EdWeekTeacher

Hacking Project-Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom by Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy

The Gritty Truth of School Transformation: Eight Phases of Growth to Instructional Rigor by Amy M. Dujon

Future Driven: Will Your Students Thrive In An Unpredictable World? by David Geurin encourages teachers to look to the future as they design lessons to excite their students.

For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood…and the Rest of Y’all Too by Christopher Emdin

Peer Feedback in the Classroom: Empowering Students to be the Experts by Starr Sackstein

Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom by Shelly Sanchez Terrell

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