What do you think? Is it not possible to deep read in an electronic book format? I find that reading on the iPad may come with a few distractions, but I also really enjoy being able to quickly look up related information to further explore ideas, facts, words, and so on.
Good overview of workflow for classrooms uploading videos directly to a class YouTube Channel.
Simple but effective way to ensure that everyone is on the same page
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Ideas for Using Google Hangouts in the Classroom http://t.co/edpx8ZwAOD via @Jennifer_Hogan #ALedchat
A story abut our middle school students and what they did with their 3-d printer
Great Resource from Rich Kiker
From Chris Casal - a great addition to the traditional bulletin board by using Aurasma for links to multi-media presentations (iMovie)
Great overview of how the Highlander Institute supports Blended Learning for schools in the state of Rhode Island
Link to Google Drive Folders from Buckeye Valley Schools in Ohio
Inside the film room with Brad Stevens: Transition defense #Celtics http://t.co/TKbdqv3VyT
P.S. 116 will be a very interesting school to keep an eye on. Researchers will doubtlessly analyze whatever effects result from every student's dream come true: the abolition of homework.
Great post by Jackie Gerstein on the science of learning.
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Patrick Larkin is the Assistant Superintendent for Learning of Burlington Public Schools in Burlington, MA and the former principal of Burlington High. He blogs about education at www.patrickmlarkin.com.