Who Owns the Learning?
Preparing Students for Success in the Digital Age
Learn how to harness students' natural curiosity to develop them into self-directed learners. Discover how technology allows students to take ownership of their learning, create and share learning tools, and participate in work that is meaningful to them and others. Real-life examples illustrate how every student can become a teacher and a global publisher. The embedded QR codes link to supporting websites.
- Read real-life examples that illustrate how technology is revolutionizing instruction and learning.
- Develop techniques that will enable your students to own and direct their learning.
- Discover hidden opportunities to create your own Digital Learning Farm communities.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Welcome to the Digital Learning Farm
Chapter 2: The Student as Tutorial Designer
Chapter 3: The Student as Scribe
Chapter 4: The Student as Researcher
Chapter 5: The Student as Global Communicator and Collaborator
Chapter 6: Joining Forces in Purposeful Work: The Legacy of Student Contribution
- Creating a Google Custom Search Engine
- The Educator's PLN (Ning)
- “Eli Pariser: Beware online ‘filter bubbles’”
- English Companion (Ning)
- Google Advanced Search
- Google Custom Search Engine
- Google Docs
- Independent School Educators Network (Ning)
- Pamela for Skype
- Rogue Amoeba
- Root Zone Database
- Twitter's search engine
- 2¢ Worth
- A Difference
- Bit by Bit
- Mrs. Cassidy's Classroom Blog
- “Distributed Teaching and Learning”
- “Education Resources for Web Literacy”
- “An Interview with Michael Wesch—Part 1 of 3”
- November Learning
- Room 208
- Room 208: 2005–2006
- Room 208 Podcast
- Scribe Post Hall of Fame
- The Student's History
- Teachers for Tomorrow
- “Truth, Lies, and the Internet”