Monthly Archives: March 2011

Creative Commons

Creative Commons is a way of retaining rights to material between full copyright and public domain. They have a search page that allows one to limit the results returned (see check boxes at the top of the page) by Google, … Continue reading

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Technology Integration Matrix

Florida schools are using a Technology Integration Matrix that has down the side types of engagement with technology – Active, Collaborative, Constructive, Authentic and Goal Directed. Across the top are levels of engagement – Entry, Adoption, Adaptation, Infusion and Transformation. … Continue reading

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School Day of the Future

I came across the page “21 Things That Will Be Obsolete by 2020” – an interesting take on where education and technology are likely to be headed. It’s part of a series of posts on the “School Day of the … Continue reading

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