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March 29 2011

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This project is on Youtube! Check it out! 

March 18 2011

Education Blog From the Moose

Check out my blog that has a lot of cool links, photos, and articles involving education! 

March 17 2011

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This is the video that started this whole project.  We have heard what officials and superintendents, even parents have had to say about the current education system.  What about the students?  What about the ones it effects most.  
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What Students Want.
This was another Youtube video that I found that was clever in that it was done by students. 
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This is a very eye opening video that is in response to the movie, "Waiting For Superman," which I posted below.  Please watch this.  
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“Kids learn on the Internet in a self-directed way, by looking around for information they are interested in,or connecting with others who can help them. This is a big departure from how they are asked to learn in most schools, where the teacher is the expert and there is a fixed set of content to master.”
— Mimi Ito, The MacArthur Foundation
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Open Teaching - Network Sherpa

The concept of "network sherpa" projects the role of teacher as one who knows "the terrain", guides students, but who is also led by student interests, objectives, and knowledge. The terrain in this case consists of media literacy (critique & awareness), social networks (connections), and knowledge.

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"Kids aren't distracted...they're just looking for more interesting stories from us." 
— Will Richardson
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The aim of education should be to teach us rather how to think, than what to think - rather to improve our minds, so as to enable us to think for ourselves, than to load the memory with thoughts of other men.  
— Bill Beattie
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