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Love the info, but hate the term 21st Century Learners! Developing 21st Century Critical Thinkers Infographic by Mentoring Minds #criticalthinking #21stCenturyLearner #bloomstaxonomy #mentoringminds

Many people associate 21st century learning with digital technology; this is a misconception since 21st century education goes far beyond technology. The principal purpose of 21st education is to provide students with a set of skills that will be needed for success in the global workplace (creativity, collaboration, critical-thinking and communication); Med's infographic illustrates 21st century learning and thinking skills perfectly ... thanks for sharing

Engage Their Mindsfrom Engage Their Minds

Show What You Know

Tony Vincent has created a Fantastic resource to showcase FREE apps and how they can allow students to "show what they know"

Differentiation the Google Classroom way. Using Google Classroom (part of the Google Apps for Education suite) to better meet students' needs and abilities.

Here is a new wonderful interactive SAMR visual that uses Bloom's taxonomy.

Create Dream Explorefrom Create Dream Explore

Digital Story Telling

This website is free and great for digital story telling!

examples of how to use each classroom task according to the different SAMR categories. And in each category, a set of apps and tools are provided to help you carry out the task under study.

11 Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom - printable infographic highlights easy to implement tech strategies into classroom teaching. From the The Teachers' Lounge website/blog.

WONDER OF THE DAY: Wonderopolis uploads a new informational piece and video each day. It's a Digital Online Wonder Book! What a find!!!

The Cornerstonefrom The Cornerstone

Sortify: a free open-ended game for all grade levels

ONLINE RESOURCE~ Your students will love Sortify, a FREE online printable game for all grade levels and subject areas. Worth the time to check it out!