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10/11/2010 9:02 AM
 
Teachers need to feel the power of our profession by being given the opportunity to take the learner to the greatest point, not just the target described by the standard. We need to encourage educators to embrace the value of informal learning by harnessing the volumes of information available through the Internet. When we combine the direction of standards with informal learning we may find our learners jumping beyond our expectations.
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10/31/2010 4:06 AM
 
Google is but one resource that students can use to find information and it works remarkably well to get a user started researching an issue. It may not provide answers but it might provide further keywords for searching using other resources. I would much rather spend my time teaching my students how to use a variety of research tools effectively and setting expectations for the level of their investigation.
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11/2/2010 6:28 AM
 
This is so nice. Great to read all this here.
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11/9/2010 2:18 PM
 
Good post by tbott. Indeed, in my opinion, we need to introduce a change to the tune of what he suggested.
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12/4/2010 9:40 AM
 

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