Favorite Quotes & Posters From The Week (18th May)

Favourite Tweets

1. @WeAreTeachers One of our favorites! #reading #edchat


2. @edutopia Happy birthday to our fearless leader, George Lucas!


3. @StevenSinger3 Poor kids don’t have achievement gaps; they have advantage gaps. Poor scores = poor circumstances. @VanJones68 #TBATs


4. @HistoricalPics I’m blown away by this photo


5. RT @jackiegerstein Educator as a Maker Educator



Favourite Quotes

1. You cannot be a master teacher until you are a master learner. 


2. A good #teacher is a master of simplification and an enemy of simplism.



From the Archives

1. Bad News For Students – Google Labs Is Closing Down!


2. How To Use Twitter In The Classroom Without Compromising Your Professional Relationship With Your Students?


Facebook In School

Today we will look at some strategies on how you can use Facebook in school.  Obviously this post will not apply to all teachers but is relevant to teachers who are teaching students over the age of about 13. Many teachers have concerns about using social media in the classroom,

Outclassed Podcast

Fake News and Getting Google Search to Work For You Ep 27

Get Notified Of Future Episodes: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcast | Stitcher | TuneIn + Alex | Podcast Addict | Podchaser | Deezer | Listen Notes In this Episode: To see all the OutClassed episodes go to utb.fyi/outclassed Podcast Episode Highlights: Coming Resources and links mentioned: Transcript: Mike


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