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Tom March has been "working the Web" and contributing "Bright Ideas for education" since 1994. It all started with WebQuests and continued from there. These days, Tom focuses on supporting systemic change toward digitally enhanced personal learning.
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Here’s a very thought provoking video I have come across.
Click on the picture, then double click to zoom in. What do you see in this picture? What else do you see? How are the people in the picture like you? How are they different? What do you know about … Continue reading
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Carrying on in the theme of “Builder” Tools and scaffolding higher order thinking, this month’s new addition is the TubePrompter, an interactive page to facilitate “Learning 2 Look” activities using the wild richness of YouTube. Besides eliminating all the distractions … Continue reading
Tom has the pleasure of working with Kindergarten – Year 2 teachers today. The Association of Independent Schools is holding its Fostering Learning in a Digital Era Conference. Tom has prepared a keynote and this supporting page of resources for … Continue reading
It’s been great to meet with Ultranet coaches from across Victoria. Here are a few key documents related to CEQ•ALL. clipped from tommarch.com CEQ•ALL Rationale & Lit ReviewWhat happens when students are left to their own devices? Many students, well-trained … Continue reading
The Web is abuzz today with the tragic story of Megan Meier, who committed suicide a year ago, but whose story is now being told by her agrieved parents. Full details (and 76 pages of readers’ heartfelt comments) are online … Continue reading
G’Day Fellow Year-End Revellers, In the spirit of re-capping 2006, I’m weighing in with quirky twists that I think portend the end of “school-as-we-know-it.” Certainly the biggest story of 2006 is the emergence of Web 2.0 (audio discussion) and the … Continue reading