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ruth lorenzo

Life Skills, Cloud Technology and Branding: K-12 Trends for 2014 -- Part I
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9 Mistakes Teachers Make Using Tech in the Classroom…
Friend of Texthelp @alicekeeler is coming to the UK! Into #EdTech? Be sure to catch her at an upcoming event.
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How Kids Benefit From Learning To Explain Their Math Thinking…
How Teachers Can Learn From One Another at Unconferences, Meet-ups and Edcamps…
A diverse perspective: Breaking perceptions and stereotypes one day at a #achievementgap
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For Pre-Service Teachers: What You Need to Know About the Praxis Exam
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“Having a great teacher makes things possible.” Happy #teacherappreciationweek! Thank you for all that you do, teachers.
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Use assessment as a learning tool not as something to assign grades. @tguskey
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Suggestions for my collaborative Google Slides lesson plan template…
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I find it frustrating that most lesson plan templates leave out the elements of student engagement, 4Cs and effective tech integration
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New Summer Reading Boot Camp Kit from Scientific Learning Corp. Allows K-1 #edtech #steam
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You're not going to believe what I'm about to tell you (classroom-friendly version)… via @Oatmeal
Filipino educators and their philosophies… via @SlideShare
We are now studying the stratgies @edutopia collaborative learning is the best method to use.tnx edutopia
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