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"http://www.diigo.com/user/dcraig Resources continue to grow thanks to the sharing of others. Love Diigo!!"
Oct 8, 2011
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Oct 8, 2011
Patrick Larkin and Dave Craig are now friends
Jun 18, 2011
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May 12, 2011
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Google Tools for Teachers

Whether you're a Google pro or interested in great free tools for your classroom, this is a place for you to share and learn.
Jan 18, 2011
Dave Craig and Jessica Owens are now friends
Jan 17, 2011
Dave Craig replied to Jamie House's discussion What to tell parents in the group Best Practices and Differentiated Instruction
"It can be equally frustrating when you deal with parents who don't have much respect for technology and how it enhances the classroom experience. Parents who want whole group instruction where the teacher is the focal point in the classroom and…"
Jan 15, 2011
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Best Practices and Differentiated Instruction

Share ideas, strategies, and successes using best practices, differentiated instruction, and technology in the classroom
Jan 15, 2011
Angie Rumsey left a comment for Dave Craig
"Hi Dave - Thanks for commenting about blogging.  I am a big believer in journals and readers response.  I have my students write "thinking stems" which basically describe what they are thinking/feeling/seeing/noticing/ while they…"
Jan 9, 2011
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The PLN Newbie Group

This is a starting place for people who may be overwhelmed at all this information. Join the group ask questions and we will work through it together. When you are comfortable, leave the group or continue to help others.
Jan 9, 2011
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Project-Based Learning (PBL)

This group is for those who implement the project-based learning model or want to learn more about it.
Jan 9, 2011
Dave Craig commented on Angie Rumsey's blog post Do you have great blogging ideas for kids?
"I also use Kid Blog. Right now it's primarily for reading response. I teach 4th grade but I have them write a letter to me each week talking about what it is they are reading. It can be about the book itself or if just getting started they can…"
Jan 9, 2011
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Edchat

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Jan 9, 2011
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Jan 9, 2011
Dave Craig joined Jessica Owens's group
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Elementary Educators K-8

Welcome Primary Educators! Teaching students from ages 5 to 14 requires loads of subjects to cover and loads of resources to share. Join this group to reflect about your classes and brainstorm ideas for improvement.See More
Jan 9, 2011
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Diigo

How are you using Diigo in learning environments? This research tool has a great deal of potential for individuals and groups looking to grow and evolve learning.See More
Jan 9, 2011

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At 11:43pm on January 9, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…
Hi Dave - Thanks for commenting about blogging.  I am a big believer in journals and readers response.  I have my students write "thinking stems" which basically describe what they are thinking/feeling/seeing/noticing/ while they read.  I am going to have them do this on the blog.  I'm hoping that once they see the "world" comment, they will get excited!
 
 
 

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5 Top Digital Teaching Tools for Educators

Technology runs almost every area of our lives in various forms. We embrace technology not only at home, at work but even in schools. Incorporating new technologies into the classroom is the latest trend in this digital age. Thus, many educators have evolved their practice and now using new teaching style to promote good…See More
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New Teachers

This is a group for new teachers with questions, stories, and answers about the profession. Share your experiences and give encouragement. Veterans of course are welcome! We need your help as well!See More
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AEE Circle: First Nation, Métis and Inuit Education Resources

The AEE Circle (Aboriginal and Environmental Education Circle) is a professional learning community (PLC) and sharing network of 340 educators, teachers, supporters and Aboriginal elders and leaders who gather to share resources, curriculum and teaching strategies that will help Canadian teachers integrate current cultural, environmental and historical contributions of our First Nations, Inuit and Métis Canadians into school curriculum. This Educator's PLN group is for educators and support…See More
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Gifted and High Level Learners

A place for educators and specialists working with gifted children and high level learners. For those of us who understand the gifted child- curious, giddy, strong-willed, creative, day-dreamer, funny, artistic, leader, intuitive, flare, complex! Come share, discuss, inform and certainly... entertain!See More
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Mitch Weisburgh posted a blog post

Keys to Change Leadership

Leading change to help school practitioners embrace not only technology in teaching but in assessment, grading, and outcomes can be a challenge. Systemic, meaningful change from an environment of rote learning to the collaborative nature in a 1:1 environment can be met with resistance. With his experience as an implementation change agent, Dr. Dillon served as coach, mentor and guide for school leaders and School Improvement Teams embarking on this change.As the picture of how to best support…See More
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Eileen Lennon posted a blog post

I thought I'd eventually be out of a job.

I ask a student to attach a file to an email and I get a blank stare.I tell the class to open a new tab so they have two websites open at the same time and I have to show them how to do that a few times.I assume that since they are growing up with technology they naturally know how to use it, but I am shown on a daily basis that this is not the case. They know how to get to their game website and play till their eyeballs fall out, but when I ask them to find a file they created yesterday, they…See More
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"“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ― Nelson Mandela"
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