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Wednesday, August 3

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    4. Paperless College: http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/16512-notre-dame-launches-ereader-study-creates-first-paperless-course/
    Week 6: Social Multimedia: from YouTube to Pixton to Animoto to Xtranormal and back again... / Virtual Worlds and Gaming in Education
    For Twitter Chat: Sugata Mitra
    http://blog.ted.com/2010/09/07/the-child-driven-education-sugata-mitra-on-ted-com/

    We will look at Paperless Classroom uses of several Web 2.0 media such as YouTube, Hulu, Vimeo, Pixton, Animoto, Xtranormal, Google Maps, Google Earth, Google Ocean, Google Moon, Jing, Last.fm, Blip.fm, FriendFeed Glogster, Voice Thread and more.
    Introduction to Second Life / WoW and other VR worlds and MMOGs
    Blog Post: Explore the multimedia apps covered in class and design one social tech integrated lesson designedHomework: Please complete Xtranormal movies on "Why Did I Decide to engage multiple intelligences in an immersive sensory environment. Think of this asBecome a rough draft for one of the social tech integrated lessons you will be able to turn in for your final project; we'll work on it in class. peer review,Teacher?" and discuss.please complete group VoiceThreads.
    Week 7: Part 1: Issues in Social Tech and Ed -- Filtering; Federal, State, and Local Law; Tweeting with Parents; Part 2: So what does the Paperless Classroom look like? Designing Paperless and Social Tech Integrated Lessons and Activities.
    First part of class: Class Discussion on: Reading: Should Teachers Be 'Allowed' to Choose to Not Integrate Tech? fr. Dangerously Irrelevant; Reading: Reasons for Social Media in the Classroom - fr. Mashable; Dept of Ed position on Net filtering.
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Friday, July 29

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    Discussion: Walled Gardens and using social and digital media with younger students – Quest Atlantis, Edmodo, Edublogs, Poptropica, Lure of the Labyrinth, MineCraft.
    Week 4: Wikis and Real-time Search for Building Personal Reference Libraries / Google Profiles and Building a Social Tech Identity
    For Debate/TwitterChat #jhusmed: Program or be Programmed / D. Rushkoff --
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imV3pPIUy1k

    In class: use Wikispaces to create your autobiography wiki. You may only put things into your autobiography that you find about yourself on the Web, including pictures and multimedia.
    Create a Google Profile. We’ll be exploring Google "More" and Google+.
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Wednesday, July 20

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    The grades of D+, D, and D- are not awarded at the graduate level.
    Class Resources / References
    Required ReadingRecommended (not required, but free and very recommended as an allegory of recent ed tech history) Reading:
    John T. Spencer’s ‘Adventures in Pencil Integration’
    Wikis
    ...
    Open Thinking Wiki -- Alec Couros
    Selected Education Blogs (in alphabetical order)
    Andrew B. Watt
    Copy Paste -- Peter Pappas
    Dangerously Irrelevant -- Scott McLeod
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    Johns Hopkins University School of Education
    Course: The Paperless Classroom
    Course Number: ED.810.676.1A
    Instructor: Shelly Blake-Plock
    Contact: viaContact by email: blakeplock@gmail.com
    Contact by
    Twitter: @TeachPaperless
    blakeplock@gmail.com

    Credit Hours: 20 hours
    Class Time: 6:45PM on Thursdays:9AM – Noon; Mondays and Wednesdays: SOE Baltimore
    Course Description:Description
    Students will learn how to integrate social and participatory media and Web 2.0 content into their teaching for the purpose of creating and maintaining an authentic and interactive 21st Century paperless classroom. Students will gain hands-on familiarity with new media including strategies for using Twitter, Social Bookmarking, Blogs, Google Apps, and other social multimedia for classroom instruction and assessment.
    Course Objectives:
    Welcome to the Paperless Classroom class wiki. You'll find a schedule of readings and assignments as well as a brief explanation of how to be successful in this class. This is a living document and will be updated throughout the semester.
    Objectives
    The purpose
    ...
    work is 1) to help you build a professional PLNunderstand the current state of social technologies and participatory media contributing to learnthe development of paperless classrooms; 2) to help you understand how to integrate social technology intoapply 21st century methods to your everyday classroom teaching.
    Just remember my motto: "22nd Century Skills Now!
    Your Classroom PLN:
    Delicious
    Rachel Kerchman
    Twitter @rkerchman
    Blogger
    Diigo
    Delicious
    Google Profile
    Wiki Profile
    friend feed
    My lesson plans
    Sara Brostrom
    -twitter
    -Diigo
    -Blogger
    -Delicious
    -Google Profile
    -Autobiography Wiki
    -Second Life Name: Lavender Carolina
    Drew Burton
    Twitter: @dburtn
    Blogspot: burt's blog
    Diigo: dburtn
    Google Profile
    Delicious Account
    Andrew Coy
    -- twitter: @andrewcoy,
    -- blogspot: mistercoy.blogspot.com
    -- teacher website: mrcoy.digitalharborhs.org
    -- professional website: andrewcoy.com
    -- google profile: andrewcoy
    -- diigo: andrewcoy
    -- delicious: andrewcoy
    -- symbaloo mix: mrcoy
    Michael Grzelak:
    --Twitter: @grzelak2010
    --Blogspot: Athenian Oath 2.0 (all reviews
    teaching; and responses can be found here!)
    --Diigo: Grzelak
    --Google Profile
    - Delicious Account
    --Educator's PLN: Grzelak
    - LAST FM - Grzelak
    -Lessons in Progress (Draft) (first technology based lesson)
    FriendFeed
    ESL Lesson
    Lori Solomon
    Twitter
    Symbaloo
    Blog
    Diigo
    Delicious
    Wiki
    Lesson Plan 1
    Lesson Plan 1 (English Language Learners Mod Version)
    Lesson Plan 2
    Lesson Plan 3
    Lesson Plan 4
    Lesson Plan 5 (Visionary)
    Lesson Plan Rough Draft (Multiple Intelligences)
    Google Profile
    Rhonda Hogan
    Twitter
    Symbaloo
    Blogger
    Diigo
    Delicious
    HootSuite
    friendfeed
    Social Tech Integrated Lesson Plan
    English Lesson Plans
    CourtneyFish
    twitter @MissFishC
    Blogger
    Diigo
    Symbaloo
    Delicious
    wiki profile
    Lesson #1
    Lesson #2
    Lesson #3
    Lesson #4
    Lesson #5
    Min Kang
    Twitter
    Blogger
    Symbaloo
    Diigo
    Delicious
    Wikispace
    Google Profile
    Lesson Plan Rough Draft with ESOL Mod. (Sessions 3&4)
    Final Lesson Plans
    Tisha Tyson
    Blog: The Creation of
    3) to help you build a Teacher
    Twitter
    Delicious
    Diigo
    Symbaloo Mix: Tyson
    Wikispace
    Lesson Plans
    Google Profile
    Autobiography Wiki
    Deborah Powers
    Twitter: powersdw7
    WordPress Blog: powersdw7
    Blogger Blog: powersdw7
    Delicious bookmarks: powersdw7, esl social bookmark reference library
    Diigo attempts: http://www.diigo.com/user/powersdw7
    Symbaloo Stuff
    wikispace profile page
    Google profile
    Pixton comic attempt
    Xtranormal attempt
    lesson 1 for class critique
    lesson 2 for class critique
    lessons 3 , 4 , 5
    Patrick Malloy
    Twitter
    Symbaloo
    Diigo
    Delicious
    My Blog: A Teacher's Education
    Autobiography Wiki
    Google Profile
    Friend Feed
    My Tech Lesson Plans (Includes First Lesson Revised Draft and ESL Modification)
    Google Reader
    Jing Lesson 1
    Jing Lesson 2
    Suzanne Pacia McNamara
    - Twitter: suzypacia
    - Blogger Blog: Helpful Education Websites New Link
    - Symbaloo Page: SuzySymbaloo
    - Digo Account: suzypacia
    - Delicious Bookmarks: suzy_pacia_mcnamara
    - Google Profile
    - Autobiography Wiki
    - FriendFeed: suzypacia
    - Google Reader: suzy.pacia
    - My Biology/Technology Lesson Plans :-)
    cedric b
    Twitter;http://twitter.com/#!/Cedrichistory
    blogger; http://www.blogger.com/profile/12926848813064013033
    diigo; http://www.diigo.com/user/oldmanced
    symbaloo; http://www.symbaloo.com/shared/AAAAB102gY4AA42ARgXu7A==
    delicious; http://www.delicious.com/cedric.brown52
    Lesson Plan 1 http://brownpearlh.wikispaces.com/
    Lesson Plan 2 http://browntheduel.wikispaces.com/
    Lesson Plan 3 and 4 http://cedric23wiki.wikispaces.com/
    Lesson Plan 5 http://brown20yearsout.wikispaces.com/
    Lesson Plan 1 w/ ESL http://brownpearlhwesl.wikispaces.com/
    C
    *Calesha Thompson
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/trevcalG
    //**Symbaloo**//
    blogger
    Delicious1
    Diiago
    Hootsuite
    My personal wiki
    my google profile
    ESL. Modified lesson Plan
    friend feed
    Google reader
    Socially integrated Lesson
    MissSmith1
    MissSmith2
    MissSmith3
    Misssmith4
    misssmith5
    Bevlynn Campbell
    Symbaloo
    Blogger
    Twitter
    Diigo
    Delicious
    Wikispace
    Google Profile
    FriendFeed
    GoogleReader
    Lesson Plan 1 (with ESL mod.)
    Lesson Plan 2
    Lesson Plan 3
    Lesson Plan 4
    Lesson Plan 5 (visionary)
    Shardae
    Twitter
    blogger
    symbaloo
    Diigo
    Delicious
    Wiki
    Google Profile
    Lesson Plans
    Matthew Bartha
    Blogger
    Symbaloo
    Twitter Account
    Delicious Bookmarks
    Wiki Autobiography
    Google Profile
    Diigo Account
    Rough Draft Lesson 1 ~ With ESL Mods
    Second Lesson Plan
    Third Lesson Plan
    Fourth Lesson Plan
    Fifth Lesson Plan
    Jeska Lai
    twitter
    blogger
    symbaloo
    diigo
    delicious
    wikispace
    google profile
    lesson 1-5 (all on my wikispace)
    Shruti Chugh
    symbaloo
    twitter
    Diigo
    Blogger
    Autobiography
    Google profile
    Delicious
    Friend Feed
    Lesson Plan#1( ESL Modification)
    Lesson Plan #2
    Lesson Plan #3
    Lesson Plan#4
    Lesoosn plan#5
    professional PLN that will sustain your ongoing development as an educator.
    Note

    This is
    ...
    social networks. We will be looking at examples of social media driven change in journalism, politics, business, and social life and considering what this all means in terms of teaching. I intend
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    teaching career. For some of you, your schools may not currently have the resources to do many of the things we discuss; may this class instigate you then to advocate on behalf of 21st century technologies in your schools and for your students.
    The number
    ...
    thinkers already online.online and to consider how social and paperless environment are affecting and will continue to affect the lives of teachers and students.
    You can consider this to be a class that will pay dividends in proportion to the amount of effort you put into building your network; this isn't about grades... it's about taking advantage of the vast resources of the living Web for professional and pedagogical growth. It's about getting yourself up to speed with the offerings of the social web so that you are ready to fully integrate authentic 21st century skills into your teaching within or without the classroom.
    Work hard, network, seek the information you want to know, and don't be afraid to ask strangers for advice. You will be the one who best knows if you have been successful in this class.
    NOTE:
    These directions, sources, and assignments are subject to change. The Web is developing rapidly and especially with the coming of Google Wave, we've got to be ready to adapt. I will promise not to change any assignments less than two weeks in advance; but you should always be prepared for things farther out than that to change.
    Just remember my motto: "22nd Century Skills Now!"
    Your
    Your Classroom PLN:PLN
    Your PLN is your 'Personal Learning Network' comprised of classmates and teachers as well as the colleagues you meet on Twitter and throughout the fabric of social media and the blogosphere.
    Winter Session I
    10 points
    ======Summer Session======
    .
    Week 1: Introduction to Thinking Different

    Videos:
    Did You Know? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5o9nmUB2qls
    Ken Robinson RSA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
    Ken Robinson at TED 2006 http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html
    Week 1: Introduction to Social Tech
    1. Complete Symbaloo page; you should have pages for 'news', 'twitter feed', and 'social media links'.
    2. Get
    Hands-On Practice:
    Get
    on Twitter,
    ...
    the network.
    3. Start Diigo account. Go to Weblogg-ed, find an

    Read this
    article you fancy,at the Teacher Reboot Camp blog about #edchat: http://teacherbootcamp.edublogs.org/2009/08/18/edchat-join-the-conversation/. Then, please follow the #edchat feed on Twitter. The #edchat events happen every Tuesday at noon and leave public comment annotations using Diigo.
    4. Go
    at 7PM EST - join in the conversation and watch your PLN grow.
    Week 2: Education as a Form of Media
    Video: Clay Shirky ‘How Social Media Can Make History’: http://www.ted.com/talks/clay_shirky_how_cellphones_twitter_facebook_can_make_history.html
    Hands-On Practice:
    Use Prezi to create your in-class presentations on broadcast vs 2-way vs social media.
    Go
    to Blogger.com
    ...
    new blog. Make at least oneWrite a post on your impressions of the videosbetween 250 and 500 words describing the challenges faced in the 21C classroom as you discussed in your impressions of what this class is going to be like (and feel free to be cruel... just be cool).small groups.
    Week 2: Using Twitter to build a PLN / Blogging in Education /3: Practically Paperless: Twitter, Social Bookmarks, Google Apps
    Classwork: (will be done in class):
    1. Read 'Nine Reasons toKen Robinson RSA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
    Check out Cybraryman’s
    Twitter in Schools' from Technology and Learning. SaveEducation page: http://www.cybraryman.com/twitter.html. Choose articles to save to Delicious / Diigo and be
    ...
    to use Delicious).
    2. We'll take a look at your Diigo comments
    Delicious and work out any issues there.
    3. Read this article at the Teacher Reboot Camp blog about #edchat. Then, please follow the #edchat feed on Twitter daily for a week, #edchat events happen every Tuesday at noon and at 7PM EST - join in the conversation and watch your PLN grow. At the end of the week, write a blog post about your experience so far using Twitter.
    4. Please
    Diigo).
    Please
    read about
    ...
    following sample assignments.assignments: http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/edu/lesson_plans.html. Choose one
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    post review.
    Winter Session II
    10 Points

    Discussion: Walled Gardens and using social and digital media with younger students – Quest Atlantis, Edmodo, Edublogs, Poptropica, Lure of the Labyrinth, MineCraft.

    Week 3: Wikis, Social Bookmarks,4: Wikis and Real-time
    ...
    Tech Identity
    Classwork: (to be done in class)
    1. Use

    In class: use
    Wikispaces to
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    and multimedia.
    Assignment
    2. Build a social bookmark reference library on Delicious. You must bookmark and mark tags/descriptions for at least 20 online texts related to your teaching assignment.
    3. Create

    Create
    a Google Profile.
    4. Exploring
    We’ll be exploring Google "More"."More" and Google+.
    Week 4:5: Topics in Paperless Classrooms
    For class discussion -- please choose two and write a blog post response for each.

    1. Digital Divide: School Economics and Technology -- http://www.kansas.com/2010/04/25/1285662/how-much-does-it-cost-to-educate.html Bridging the Digital Divide as Civil Right: http://www.philly.com/dailynews/local/20110106_MLK_service_day_to_focus_on_bridging_the_digital_divide.html
    2. Ed Tech Priorities: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/DigitalEducation/2010/10/survey_outlines_district_ed-te.html
    3. Hacking through the Digital Divide: http://www.youtube.com/user/kikerlearning#p/f/3/QgKCrGvShZs
    4. Paperless College: http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/16512-notre-dame-launches-ereader-study-creates-first-paperless-course/
    Winter Session III
    10 points
    Week 5:
    Week 6: Social Multimedia:
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    Virtual Worlds / Social Tech and Multiple Intelligences
    Classwork:
    1. We
    Gaming in Education
    We
    will look
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    and more.
    2. Introduction

    Introduction
    to Second
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    / WoW / Quest Atlantis / Otherand other VR worlds and MMOGs
    Blog Post: Explore the multimedia apps covered in class and design one social tech integrated lesson designed to engage multiple intelligences in an immersive sensory environment. Think of this as a rough draft for one of the social tech integrated lessons you will be able to turn in for your final project; we'll work on it in class. peer review, and discuss.

    Week 6:7: Part 1:
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    and Activities.
    Classroom "Walled Garden" Resources: Elgg, Edmodo, Quest Atlantis
    Reading:

    First part of class: Class Discussion on: Reading:
    Should Teachers
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    fr. Dangerously Irrelevant
    Reading:
    Irrelevant; Reading: Reasons for
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    - fr. Mashable
    Assignment: (10 points due next Thurs)
    Explore
    Mashable; Dept of Ed position on Net filtering.
    In
    the multimedia appssecond part of class, we got to in classwill be writing, peer reviewing, and design oneediting formal social tech integrated lesson designed to engage multiple intelligencesplans: get your PLN involved in an immersive sensory environment. Think of this as a rough draft for onethe making of the lessons you will be able to turn in for your final project; we'll work on it in class. peer review, and discuss.
    Winter Session IV
    lesson plans.
    Week 7:8: Part 1:
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    Nings; Part 2:So what does the Paperless Classroom look like?; Part 3:2: Social Tech and ESL
    Assignment:
    1. Set

    In the first part of class, we will set
    up a FriendFeed profileprofiles and add at least three social media outlets to it.
    2. Set up your
    Google ReaderReader; we’ll spend time discussing edublog positions and add education blogs from my blogroll.
    3. Modify
    to blogrolls and RSS.
    In the second part of class, we’ll modify
    one of
    ...
    in: http://teachpaperless.blogspot.com/2010/10/tech-and-international-students.html
    (5 points due next Thurs TBA)

    Week 8:9: Part 1:
    Due as preparation for class discussion:
    1.Part one will be a discussion about social media and culture. Please read
    ...
    for Professional Development
    2.
    Development; view TED blog:
    ...
    and Social Media,Media.
    3. Please familiarize yourself with the Teaching with Primary Sources site from the Library of Congress. Choose one assignment or collection and write a blog post review.
    4.In the second part, we’ll take a look at social and digital media and STEM: WolframAlpha
    5. Gapminder
    Assignment: (5 points due next Thurs TBA)
    Resources: http://www.educationalnetworking.com/List+of+Networks http://socialmedia.wikispaces.com/A-Z+of+social+media http://socialtechineducation.wikispaces.com/ http://paperlessearthday.wikispaces.com/
    Winter Session V
    Week 9: Part 1: Conversation: Why
    and How are Teachers Necessary in a Social Connected World?; Part 2: Student Publishing
    No Assignment / Just discussion
    Part I:
    Gapminder as case studies.
    Further resources for discussion…

    The Child-Driven Education: http://www.ted.com/talks/sugata_mitra_the_child_driven_education.html http://naisac11.wordpress.com/2011/01/20/meet-sugata-mitra/
    Wiziq: http://www.wiziq.com/teachers-tour
    Yale Open: http://oyc.yale.edu/history/european-civilization-1648-1945/content/downloads
    MIT OpenCourseware: http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
    Part II:
    Text/Blog/eBook Publishing: Blogger, Wordpress, Issuu, Lulu, BookBaby
    Social Magazines: Flipboard
    Audio: Reverb Nation, CDBaby, Podcasts / iTunes U
    Winter Session VI
    Part I: All About B.S. (Or, How Am I Supposed to Deal With All This Stuff?)

    Clay Shirky on information overload versus filter failure: http://boingboing.net/2010/01/31/clay-shirky-on-infor.html
    Howard Rheingold on Critical Thinking in the Digital Age: http://www.cjr.org/regret_the_error/bad_news.php http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/rheingold/detail?entry_id=42805
    Blur: http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/qa_blur_author_tom_rosenstiel.php
    Machines Won't Replace You, Communities Will: http://www.thethinkingstick.com/machines-wont-replace-you-communities-will?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+TheThinkingStick+(The+Thinking+Stick)
    Part II: Understanding Crowdsourcing
    Jeff Howe on Crowdsourcing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0-UtNg3ots
    Part III: Teachers as Advocates and Grant Writers
    Assignment: Create a kickstarter proposal and campaign for funding.

    Donors Choose: http://www.donorschoose.org/
    http://www.kickstarter.com/
    Part IV: Digital Math Resources: Wolfram Blog: http://blog.wolfram.com/2011/01/19/stabilized-inverted-pendulum/ Lure of the Labyrinth: http://labyrinth.thinkport.org/www/
    Part V: Digital Citizenship: http://prezi.com/g-y7qrtjstmf/tech-camp-2010/
    Winter Session VII

    Week 10: The PLN as Educator
    Final Project DUE: Submit 5 social tech integrated lesson plans. See the Social Tech in Education Lesson Plan Wiki for ideas and format. http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/Directory/ Final Project requirements: 1. Submission of five social tech integrated lesson plans. 2. Lesson plans should state objective / essential questions at the beginning; then give a hyperlinked list of resources. Narrative of lesson should follow. 3. Format/Media is self selected: you may turn in lesson plans on wikis, Google Docs, Jing videos, YouTube, other (only requirement is that the lessons must be turned in using a social tech medium). 4. Lessons must be immersive and specifically use social tech to address multiple intelligences. 5. Lessons may comprise parts of a whole unit, or they may be individual. 6. Lessons may be practical or speculative (i.e. You may write lessons to use today, lessons to use if you had ideal tech, or lessons to use in a sci-fi future... your choice, but I would like to see at least one 'visionary' plan with an eye to the future). 7. Lessons will be presented at the last class meeting; please be sure they are accessible online so that we can pull them up on the projector.
    Grading:
    The weekly assignments
    Grading
    Total Score will equal 300 points – 1 point
    for each week are worth 5educator you get to follow you on Twitter (up to 100 points), 100 points possible for an assignment which is to write five social tech integrated lesson plans in Google Doc format (you’ll be presenting your best one to the group in Prezi format) + a total of 50 points offinal essay in the semester grade; the Final Project is worth 50 points. Total = 100 points. Grades are available online at www.engrade.com/sbpform of an 750 word Google Doc Op Ed on whether social technologies and are updated roughly every two weeks.paperless classrooms have a place in Baltimore City Public Schools and whether 21st century technology should be a priority.
    Grading Scale
    A = 95 - 100%
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    - 94%
    B+ = 86 - 89%
    ...
    = 85%
    B- = 80 - 84%
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    - 79%
    C = 75%
    ...
    - 74%
    F = below 70%
    The grades of D+, D, and D- are not awarded at the graduate level.
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    Resources / References:References
    Required Reading
    John T. Spencer’s ‘Adventures in Pencil Integration’

    Wikis
    Web 2.0 Resources from JC Social StudiesCenter for Learning and Performances Technologies: http://c4lpt.co.uk/Directory/index.html
    Social Networking in Education Wiki
    Open Thinking Wiki -- Alec Couros
    EducationSelected Education Blogs (in
    Andrew B. Watt
    Copy Paste -- Peter Pappas
    ...
    Digital Education -- Ed Week
    The Edublogger -- Sue Waters
    Education Blog at Change.org
    eLearnSpace
    Free Technology for Teachers -- Richard Byrne
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    Social Media / Tech Blogs
    Mashable
    ReadWriteWeb
    Smart Mobs
    Attendance Policy
    Students are expected to attend every class. Students who have legitimate reasons for missing class (sickness, parent-teacher night, etc) should contact the instructor prior. Students missing more than two class may receive an automatic failing grade.
    Course Outline
    See above.
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    Karen Salinas
    in
    the Disability
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    Office at 410-516-9823or
    410-516-9823
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    via email at ksalinas@jhu.edu.
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    Please note that in the event of serious consequences arising from the H1N1 flu pandemic and/or in other extraordinary circumstances, the School of Education may change the normal academic schedule and/or make appropriate changes to course structure, format, and delivery. In the event such changes become necessary, information will be posted on the School of Education web site.
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    Standard 5: A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by acting with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner.
    Standard 6: A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by understanding, responding to, and influencing the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context.

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