Monthly Archives: November 2012

Nov. 15, 2012

Top 10 Takeaways from Alan November’s “Who Owns the Learning”

One of our blogging friends, The Incidental Techie ( @teacherdebra ), has just posted her top 10 takeaways from Alan November’s book, Who Owns the Learning. She begins:

“I recently read Alan November’s book,  Who Owns the Learning  and, of course, was inspired again, by what I read. I have heard Alan November speak live and as I read, heard his easy-mannered voice come through each word on the page. Many highlights later, I thought I would share some with you.”

Read the rest of her post, here. Then, we invite you to read Who Owns the Learning for yourself.

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Nov. 14, 2012

Talk to us! Favorite Twitter User, Common Core Resource or iOS Apps?

One of our new goals is to highlight a series of favorite things coming from our friends. Some of these favorite things include:
  • Favorite Twitter user or use of Twitter – We want to hear more than just about your best friend or someone who shares great resources. In this category, we are looking for educators and students who are using Twitter to go above and beyond in unique ways. We want to hear about those using Twitter to carry out authentic assignments and to work with global counterparts.
  • Favorite Common Core resource – As schools and districts make […]

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