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How a Bigger Purpose Can Motivate Students to Learn

Psychologists are finding that when students are motivated by a desire to have a positive impact on the world they are more able to plug away at challenging or tedious tasks.

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Lecturas de verano (3): Buenas Prácticas en el aula contadas en Educ@conTIC y II

RoboticaContinuamos con la selección de buenas prácticas que iniciamos en el artículo publicado la semana pasada, con seis experiencias de aula que nos llevaron desde la Ética Hacker hasta el Museo del Prado.

3 Shifts To Create A Climate Of Possibility In Your Classroom

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20 Good Map Creation Tools for Students

A couple of years ago I published a list of 21 online map creation tools. Since then some of those tools have gone offline and new tools have replaced them. Here's my updated list of online map creation tools for students and teachers.

Zoom.it is Closing on September 15th

For the last five years I have been using and recommending Zoom.it to display large images in small spaces on your blog.

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How to Embed Remind (101) Messages Into Google Sites

On Saturday I shared directions for embedding Remind (formerly Remind 101) messages into a blog. Today, I received a handful of emails from folks wanting to know if they could do the same with Google Sites. The answer to that question is yes. The procedure for embedding Remind messages into Google Sites is slightly different from the procedure for embedding messages into a blog.

Trendlines in Google Spreadsheets

Late last week Google Spreadsheets received a handy little update.

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S'Cool Tools of the Week: OpenEd, Newspaper Map, LittleBits

FILLIN' UP YOUR TOOLBOX: Ding ding! We've got our favorite edtech teacher and administrator tools for the week right here (as highlighted in our Instruct newsletter). And if you haven't heard, check out our nifty new S’Cool Tools tag on the EdSurge site for the latest and greatest edtech tools. (And

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Inspirational Videos Help You Frame Focus + Follow Up Professional Development

If you are looking for inspirational videos to spruce up professional development at your school this year, you have to look no further than "The Brainwaves" video anthology which features videos on a myriad of topics from innovative educators.

The videos are free and generally run between 5 - 10 minutes. Should you decide to use them, you may want to follow these guidelines from WNET for

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4 Principles Of Student-Centered Learning

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4 Principles Of Student-Centered Learning
by TeachThought Staff
A Definition of Student-Centered Learning