The Daily Find: January 19, 2011
The Daily Find for January 22nd is now out. Learn about Sugata Mitra, the Hole in the Wall Computer and the Granny Cloud as well as read featured blogs by Linda Vasu, Jonathan E Martin, Demetri Orlando. You can also read the latest issues of The NAISAC Daily and the NAIS Community Daily which are posted here as well. Finally, are you up for the challange? Read about the preconference video challange also linked off of this issue.
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The Daily Find: January 24, 2011
The Daily Find: January 26, 2011
Finally, we encourage you to spread the opportunity to learn from this diverse and dynamic community by forwarding parts of the community to your entire community. You might even forward each issue of The Daily Find. As an alternative, you could highlight aspects of this community and build small learning adventures for your community. This is a rich form of professional development that illustrates the power of learning from a network of connected educators.
While they may not be attending the conference, this space was created for all to experience elements of the NAIS Annual Conference and learn from each other. The more you invite to this space, the more the conversations will grow as we approach the conference.
The Daily Find for January 28, 2011 is now out. This issue features two of the General session speakers at the 2011 NAIS Annual Conference along with community bloggers covering topics including:
You will also find featured Tweets along with links to the latest issues of the Community Tweet Daily’s.
Today’s issue is packed so if you are hiding from the snow or slowing down from a busy week, fill up a Cup O’ Joe and enjoy. The latest issue of The Daily Find.
There is some great stuff in today’s issue of The Daily Find. One item that might be of interest is the blog post by Lorri Carroll where she talks about Flipping her class. With a potential ice storm headed our way, this might be something that you want to explore for the future. Actually, it really doesn’t take an ice storm to make a class flip powerful. Check out her post as well as those by:
You will also see some great resources posted through Twitter including a link to a 2009 Harpers Magazine article titled: Dehumanized- When math and science rule the school.
Don’t forget, you can post your 160 character reflections on the community wishing wall.
This issue of The Daily Find opens the door to preconference reflections along with posts from Jonathan Martin, Peter Gow, Laura Michaels of the Hye Schools, and Devon Davis/Michael Ebeling. You will also find many resources and articles linked off of the latest issues of the community Twitter papers. This should provide some wonderful reading and reflections for the next couple of days. Enjoy…
With many schools bumping up against their limit of snow days and with almost two months of winter remaining, what can you do to prepare for the inevitable? Join us this Saturday to Experience the Snow Day Flip.
The Daily Find: February 4, 2011
The Daily Find for February 4, 2011 is hot off the press. This issue features contributions by:
You will also find a unique opportunity to experience an online session where you can explore different technologies and pedagogical approaches for teaching at a distance. This will be very useful for future snow days. However, you don’t need a snow day to turn your class upside-down. Finally, you will find the latest offerings from over 140 community members who tweet resources for the world to explore.
The Daily Find: February 4, 2011