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What do they look like?  Read Why Schools Are Embracing ‘Anytime, Anywhere’ Learning at


Finally, a great initiative. 



7 Learning Zones Every Classroom Must Have

Posted: 03/08/2015 by broadyesl in K-12

Make your classroom over into spaces for discovery and learning by dividing it in zones.  Read more here in “7 Learning Zones Every Classroom Must Have” at

Read research-based study results in “Technology changing teacher’s role” at published by


4 Tips for Web-Enhanced K-12 Instruction

Posted: 29/05/2014 by broadyesl in K-12

Excellent considerations for teachers.  Reblogged from:

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Excerpt from a low technology classroom:

At the time, we did not have mobile devices. If we had, then a number of free tools could have augmented class discussions and supported students like Charlie.

  • TodaysMeet would have let teachers create private chat rooms so that students could ask questions or leave comments during class.
  • A Padlet wall might have fueled students to share their ideas as text, images, videos, and links posted to a digital bulletin board.
  • The open response questions available in a student response system like Socrative or InfuseLearning could have become discussion prompts to give each student an opportunity to share his or her ideas before engaging in class discussion.