About TomTom March has been "working the Web" and contributing "Bright Ideas for education" since 1994. It all started with WebQuests and continued from there to include a range of other Web-based teaching formats, tools like Filamentality and Web-and-Flow and an emphasis on quality as seen in BestWebQuests. These days, Tom focuses on supporting systemic change toward 1:1 digital learning. Primarily this means The Edge-ucators Way and CEQ•ALL as main components of "Next Era Ed."
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Category Archives: Music
What do you think the people watching Susan Boyle are thinking before she begins to sing? What does this say about how we perceive and evaluate others? Claim-Support-Question Make a claim about the topic Identify support for your claim Ask … Continue reading
Inspiring on so many levels See-Think-Wonder What do you see? What do you think about that? What does it make you wonder?
KWL: Know – Want to Know – Learned What do you already know about this? What more would you want to learn? What is something new you learned by looking closely? You can use the interactive diagram below to … Continue reading
Listen to podcast player. Why do you think people say this is so great? List what makes it “outstanding?” What would a person have to know to really understand and appreciate this kind of art?