Twitter is a great way to stay up to date on the latest thinking in education, technology and thinking skills. Follow Tanya Gregoire (ECS at Heath and Lincoln @Tanyagregoire
Thinking beyond the idea of that technology is limited to searching the internet or skills practice opens up a host of teaching and learning options. See here for our thinking about important foci for teaching and learning with technology
The Common Core supports the idea of using technology in school. Exactly what the Common Core says about technology.
Brookline Learning expectations and Technology
"Independent, skillful information users who know how to access analyze, and produce information in a variety of formats using a variety of tools"
The "Four Cs"; Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Colmunication, and Creativity
A great way to stay up to date with the vast amount of information about thinking in education is to follow bloggers and tweeters in the field. One of them is TeachThought (see the feed to the right. Here is a list of a few more good ones to get started.
On-line Courses such as MOOCs (Massive Open On-line COurses), Skill Share and others provide rich learning experiences. Most are designed for adults, but could be enjoyed by some of our students. See Resources for a list of courses.
TeachThought RSS Feed
TeachThought is one of many good blogs which provides up-to-date articles about learning with technology. TeachThough is a "fluid platform dedicated to supporting educators in evolving learning for a 21st Century audience"