Monthly Archives: March 2013

Proportion World

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My diigo library (weekly)

MinecraftEdu Teaches Students Through Virtual World-Building | TIME.com tags: #diffimooc minecraft File space – ARlearning Kerille Add New Post ‹ Learning to swim — WordPress https://annekurland.wordpress.com/2013/03/27/distracted/ Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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Riptides and Pearltrees

Week Nine Essential Question:  How can I use Pearltrees to differentiate content in the classroom? Colin and I both got a late start on this week’s assignment to learn how to use Pearltrees.  We didn’t plan to collaborate, but a … Continue reading

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What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland’s School Success – Anu Partanen – The Atlantic Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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Playing the game: meeting standards and differentiating instruction

Week Eight Essential Question:  How might video games enhance my students’ learning? Revelation:  Minecraft is a geeky game.  Maybe you already knew this.  It became apparent to me when I encountered students who denied having ever played the game but … Continue reading

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Minecraft Note Blocks: Skyrim Theme – YouTube MInecraft music note blocks Skyrim theme tags: #diffimooc minecraft Google Story Builder – one more cool tool in your toolkit | History Tech tags: #diffimooc A negative? The stories are limited to just … Continue reading

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Delving into MinecraftEdu

Essential Question:  What tool did you learn this week to assist you in differentiating the learning process for students? This week I began to learn to play MinecraftEdu and began to explore its power as an educational tool.  Colin has … Continue reading

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