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Did you know you have access to 1000’s of licenced digital resources? – login to FUSE

All of the digital resources licenced for the Ultranet are now all living in FUSE. Victorian government teachers just need to login to FUSE with their Edumail numbers to access them. They are easily shared with students via link, resource

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Building a better internet together

Schools across Victoria came together for the annual web conference for Safer Internet Day 11th February (put it in your calendar for next year). More than 18,000 Victorian students came together online to share ideas and commitment to Building a

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100 science lectures for the flipped classroom

Terry Heick Director of Curriculum, TeachThought has put together 100  Science Lectures For The Flipped Classroom http://www.teachthought.com/teaching/100-incredible-science-lectures-for-the-flipped-classroom/ Each one of those 100 leads to a treasure including number 21 BIOLOGY THAT MAKES US TICK More than just a lecture, MacArthur Fellow and

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Student email accounts and social media

We are all well aware that our students are using the internet as part of their everyday lives. We can almost guarantee that each of our schools are committed to supporting students to be active and informed citizens who use

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Teaching the art of script writing

All the world’s best movies, from Casablanca to Star Wars, started with text. Plotagon is an interesting online tool that is driven by the text created by your students. Its beauty is that whilst your students are using the genre of

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Welcome to a new look & feel Global2

Hoping everyone is enjoying their summer holiday. For anyone overseas Global2 is the Department of Educations and Early Childhood Developments in Victoria, Australia’s blogging community. And yes Christmas is generally hot. Global2 began life in 2005 (As Globalteacher) and has

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Blog export for the end of year

An important, and often overlooked part of using any online space is retiring or relocating it when it is time – sort of like sending your blog to the blogging “farm!” Chances are that your students’ individual blogs can follow them right through

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Virtual, blended and flipped classrooms

The 2013 Trends in Online Learning – Virtual, Blended and Flipped Classrooms (USA) report outlines the effectiveness and impact of technology in a variety of learning modes and provides an insight into future applications of technology enabling student learning and

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Personalised learning chart

Thanks to Kathleen McClaskey’s and Barbara Bray for sharing this through creative commons. You are able to comment directly at http://www.personalizelearning.com/2013/03/new-personalization-vs-differentiation.html Personalized Learning Chart Version 3 from Barbara Bray

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So what difference does technology make? – Using new thinking to present a powerful message

The blog post on Tuesday featured a government report around young people and risky behaviour. I followed up yesterday with an approach taken by a creative company in addressing a social issue. Now for some classroom application. Dumb ways to

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