A ground-breaking approach to organize student learning and achievement, meet new national standards, and beyond.
The purpose of this guide is to assist school districts in developing, rethinking, or revising Internet policies as a consequence of the emergence of Web 2.0, and the growing pervasiveness of smart
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The only way we can understand something new is to create an analogy from something we know. So it makes sense that most of us think of mobile learning as eLearning on a portable device. That description, however, barely scratches the surface.
Mobile is a strategy more than a technology. And its potential use is far greater than what mobile learning can offer.
Thomas Edison’s creative thinking lessons. By Michael Michalko…
1. CHALLENGE ALL ASSUMPTIONS.
3. NOTHING IS WASTED.
4. CONSTANTLY IMPROVE YOUR IDEAS AND PRODUCTS AND THE IDEAS AND PRODUCTS OF OTHERS.
5. TURN DEFICIENCIES TO YOUR ADVANTAGE.
6. RECORD YOUR IDEAS AND THOUGHTS.