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The Moral Imperative of Sharing
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

The Moral Imperative of Sharing

By on Oct 19, 2018 in Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies | 0 comments

We are all on our own learning journey. All of us have different experiences and backgrounds. Some of us have been reflecting on the paradigm shift in education longer than others. No one else can accelerate the speed of our own journey but ourselves (self-motivated/self-directed), but there are also pieces to that journey, that no matter how much someone else...

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Our Notion of Being Literate or Illiterate Calls for an Update
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

Our Notion of Being Literate or Illiterate Calls for an Update

By on Jul 5, 2018 in Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies | 0 comments

What does it mean to be literate? What does it mean to be illiterate? I think about the definition and the notion of literacy quite a bit. I define literacy as the ability to read and write and being able to express and communicate our ideas to others. Looking back at history, we know that the ability to read and write was in the hands of the clergy (male) and the...

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No Longer EITHER OR of Technology Integration: It Is About the Learning MIX
Silvana Scarso

No Longer EITHER OR of Technology Integration: It Is About the Learning MIX

By on Nov 30, 2017 in Announcements, Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies, Professional Development | 0 comments

Many of us have now lived through the adoption of student laptops, Google Docs, cellphones and other technologies in schools. Many people involved may have had mixed feelings about all of the technology. However, a lot of discussion and research has already taken place about the true value of technology integration in the classroom. The old idea of “tech for tech’s...

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Dare to Visualize the Future
Silvana Scarso

Dare to Visualize the Future

By on Jul 17, 2017 in Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies, Professional Development | 0 comments

We may often hear that we need to prepare students for “jobs that don’t exist yet”, or that we need to prepare students for what will be “their” future: a different reality from what we have lived so far, knowing that everything is changing faster and faster. But do we fully grasp what that means? Do we really stop to think about what...

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When a Blogger Writes a Book: Amplifying Analog Writing
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

When a Blogger Writes a Book: Amplifying Analog Writing

By on Jul 2, 2017 in Book Recommendations, Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies | 1 comment

I have been writing, writing, and writing. I have been writing a book! I am co-authoring a book with Janet Hale titled Documenting Learning: Making Thinking Visible, Meaningful, Shareable, and Amplified. The book will be published in early 2018 by Corwin Press. We have handed in the first manuscript and are awaiting the first wave of feedback from reviewers....

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At the finishing line

At the finishing line

By on Mar 24, 2017 in Announcements, Guest Blogger, Modern Literacies, Upgrade Curriculum | 0 comments

Ampeduca is pleased to share with you a guest post by Rahila Mukaddam. Rahila  is a BPYP Teacher at the American International School of Kuwait. She is a PYP educator on a lifelong learning journey , a reflective risk-taker, a #CoETaILer and the co-host of #ISTEIntSch We encourage you to subscribe to her blog, Step-up in the World of Tech, and connect with her and...

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