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The Dim Bulb

The Occasional Musings of an Educator

by Michael Keany

#16 - January 23, 2023

The brain is capable of performing 10 quadrillion (that’s 10 to the 16th)…

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How to Ask Questions That Wake-Up People

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Teachers I Know Who Made a Difference

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Teaching Reading to Students Who Experience Trauma

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The Best Mentors Do These Six Things

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What are some of the best things school districts can do to defend against cyberattacks?

The Dim Bulb

The Occasional Musings of an Educator

by Michael Keany

#15 - January 13, 2023

The brain is capable of performing 10 quadrillion (that’s 10 to the 16th)…

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Using Social and Emotional Learning to Guide Students From Passion to Purpose



Using Social and Emotional Learning to Guide Students From Passion to Purpose 

By Jorge Valenzuela 
edutopia.org
4 min
January 4, 2023…






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A possible tool for parents? - use AI to help adults either create stories for kids on their own, or to help them create the stories jointly, are coming online

From Larry Ferlazzo

Now, with the Artificial Intelligence explosion, sites specifically designed to use AI to help adults either create stories for kids on their own, or to help them create the stories jointly, are coming online.

I’ve just begun to check them out, so don’t really know if this is a “Best” list, but they look interesting.  They might have potential for use in the classroom, too.

Here is what I’ve found so far:…

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Re-Learning and Re-Assessing: Practical Tips



Re-Learning and Re-Assessing: Practical Tips

By Rick Wormeli 
amle.org
11 min
April 12, 2021…






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4 Steps to Becoming a Maker Teacher

4 Steps to Becoming a Maker Teacher 

appeared on Getting Smart on May 19, 2014 and is written by Gayle Allen and Lisa Yokana



Read more at http://gettingsmart.com/2014/05/4-steps-becoming-maker-teacher/

The Maker Movement has become a global phenomenon. In 2013, nearly 100 …

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50 End-of-School-Year, Self-Probing Questions for Educators

50 End-of-School-Year, Self-Probing Questions for Educators

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25 Interesting STEM Experts Worth Following On Twitter By Katie Lepi on May 26, 2014 on http://www.edudemic.com/stem-experts-twitter/ Whether you’re a science teacher or not, education and the STEM …

25 Interesting STEM Experts Worth Following On Twitter

Whether you’re a science teacher or not, education and the …

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Practice Makes Perfect: Truth Or Fiction? by Jeff Dunn

Practice Makes Perfect: Truth Or Fiction?

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Improvement vs. Innovation

Improvement vs. Innovation appeared on Getting Smart

Read more at http://gettingsmart.com/2014/05/improvement-vs-innovation/

By: Tom Vander Ark is founder and CEO of Getting Smart. He is also a partner in Learn Capital and a director of iNACOL, Digital Learning Institute, Imagination Foundation, Charter Board Partners, Strive for College, and…

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Want to be Successful? Be a Sponge.

Written by George Couros

Retrieved July 27, 2013

Read this and more at:

http://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/4010

Want to be Successful? Be a Sponge.

by George Couros 

I have worked with some brilliant leaders and…

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The Surprising Truth About Intuition

By Brad Szollose

Retrieved July 27, 2013

Read this blog entry and more at:

http://www.liquidleadership.com

The Surprising Truth…

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Ten Reasons Why I Should Hire You

By Brad Currie

Retrieved July 27, 2013

Read this and more of Brad's posts at:

http://www.bradcurrie.net/2/post/2013/07/ten-reasons-why-i-should-hire-you.html…

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