Diigo Links 03/21/2007 – The Kitchen Sink Edition

blog of proximal development » Blog Archive » Passion-Based Learning  Annotated

  • Are passion based teaching and learning incompatible with NCLB and standards based assessments? Or do we just need to take some time to create a bridge between the two?
     – post by edventures
learning today can be “passion-based and deeply personalized.”

    David Truss :: Pair-a-Dimes  Annotated

    • Eerie, unsettling, restless, dissatisfied

      Hmm, sound familiar?
       – post by edventures

    It has been eerie. Unsettling.
    I’ve been restless. Dissatisfied.
    … and I don’t think that I am alone.

      WikiHome – JotSpot Wiki (continuouspartialattention)  Annotated

        To pay continuous partial attention is to pay partial attention — CONTINUOUSLY.

          I can’t teach properly at teaching.mrbelshaw.co.uk  Annotated

          • I can empathize with Doug. How do we challenge this dominating paradigm in our school culture?
             – post by edventures
          I’m growing increasingly frustrated in the teaching profession. I can’t teach the way that I want to, and I find it extraordinarily difficult to teach in the ‘traditional’ manner which is assumed and seemingly expected by all around me.

            Julie Lindsay Presentation Links / ECISIT07

            • Julie Lindsay’s ECIS IT Conference presentations on Using Web 2.0 Tools, Wikis that work and Podcasting in the Classroom.
               – post by edventures

            CITE Editorial: Research on the Effectiveness of Technology in Schools: The Roles of Pedagogy and Content  Annotated

              Editorial: Research on the Effectiveness of Technology in Schools:
              The Roles of Pedagogy and Content

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