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Top Tweets, November 2011

@alexanderrusso: More on Facebook’s plot to get its hands on your kids, and efforts to block it http://ow.ly/6YpZ1
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@alexanderrusso: More on Facebook’s plot to get its hands on your kids, and efforts to block it http://ow.ly/6YpZ1

@21stcentskills: Check out all the free project-based learning videos (and more) available on the Buck Institute for Education’s Web site. bie.org/videos

@mrrobbo: A lot about QR Code take-up has changed since this post in January 2009 thepegeek.com/2009/01/08/qr-…

@principalnorth: Written report card with both a breakdown of the grade and a narrative of the student’s performance.

@chrislehmann: Any Moodle API hackers out there who want to work on what I think is a quick parent-info plug-in, let me know.

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@genkioriana: #TLTechForum bullying panel had SO MANY USEFUL LINKS/RESOURCES! (and yes, it deserves the full power of my CAPSLOCK)

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@willrich45: “The absence ofthe teacher in the presenceof the Internet can become apedagogical tool.” Sugata Mitrahttp://bit.ly/LJhv0X

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@ryanbretag: No doubt BYOD and 1:1 should also receive attention, toward an engaging, personalized learning environment.

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November 2011, What’s New

19Pencils has launched an online resource to help K–8 teachers guide their students in finding specific Web content aligned to the curriculum.