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Alphabet taught to kids these days, lol!...

Alphabet taught to kids these days, lol! Found on G+.

List of YouTube personalities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rapper, producer, radio host. In November 2011, Mac Lethal released a video on YouTube of him rapping over the beat to "Look at Me Now" while he prepares a dish of pancakes in his kitchen. The video became a viral hit and got millions of views in a matter of days and led to interviews on websites like CNN and The Washington Post.

Mystery Location - hello little world Skypers

Mystery Skype provides an engaging way for classrooms to introduce themselves to each other. TEACHERS - make sure you connect with the potential partner first to set a time/day to get together. - When connecting with a school in another place in the world, find out what time it is in that location.

Open Space professional development

On 8 March I had the pleasure to host an Open Space session at the 20th IATEFL Slovenia Conference. If it's the first time you hear about Open Space as an organizing framework for meetings, (un)conferences, etc, take a look at this adapted version of Open Space principles and the excellent law of two feet.


To describe them simply, makerspaces are community centers with tools. Makerspaces combine manufacturing equipment, community, and education for the purposes of enabling community members to design, prototype and create manufactured works that wouldn't be possible to create with the resources available to individuals working alone.

genius hour by teichh

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  • Shelly Sanchez Terrell is the author of, Learning to Go, and The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers. She has supported teachers and learners in 100+ countries F2F and virtually through the various online events, courses, webinars, and conferences she co-organizes and founded. The ELTons, The New York Times, the Bammys, Microsoft’s Heroes for Education, and the National Association of Professional Women have recognized her leadership with projects like #Edchat, the Reform Symposium E-Conference (#RSCON5), and The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators (#30GoalsEdu). Twitter- @ShellTerrell

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