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The Google infused classroom : your step-by-step guide to making thinking visible and amplifying student voice / by Clark, Holly.(DLC)2084417;
Today's students are the first true digital natives -- learners who have never known a world without smartphones, tablets or social media. Technology is part of their everyday lives, and it will be essential to their careers -- which means it must also be integral to their education. In The Google Infused Classroom, EdTech experts Holly Clark and Tanya Avrith provide a guidebook to help you use technology to engage your learners and amplify the learning experience in your classroom -- and beyond. The authors walk you through the process of designing instruction that allows sudents to show their thinking, demonstrate their learning, and share their work (and voices!) with authentic audiences. Packed with examples and instructions for incorporating twenty of the best Google-friendly tools, including a special section on digital portfolios, The Google Infused Classroom will equip you to empower your students to use technology in meaningful ways that prepare them for the future. It's time to stop talking about technology and stat using it to imporive your teaching and the larning opportunities in your classroom. Get started today with The Google Infused Classroom.
Subjects: Computer managed instruction.; Educational technology.; Application software.;
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Hotel Rwanda [videorecording] / by George, Terry(SAGE)1898874; MGM Home Entertainment Inc.(SAGE)1964632; Afro Celt Sound System (Musical group)(SAGE)1967170;
DVD, region 1, widescreen (16x9) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, stereo surround.Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo, Joaquin Phoenix, Desmond Dube, David O'Hara, Cara Seymour, Fana Mokoena, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Tony Kgoroge, Mosa Kaiser.Director of photography, Robert Fraisse ; editor, Naomi Geraghty ; music, Andrea Guerra, Rupert Gregson-Williams, Afro Celt Sound System ; costume designer, Ruy Filipe ; production designers, Tony Burrough, Johnny Breedt.MPAA rating: PG13; for violence, disturbing images and brief strong language.The deeply moving true story of a five-star-hotel manager who used his wits and words to save more than 1,200 lives during the 1994 Rwandan conflict.
Subjects: Foreign films.; Feature films.; Fiction films.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Historical films.; Feature films.; Rusesabagina, Paul, 1954-; Hotelkeepers; Genocide; Tutsi (African people);
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Pancho Villa Underground Railroad/ by Hazard, Johnny author;
"A modern and even post-modern picaresque chronicle of our era, traversing the decadence of Bohemian Grove in California, the radical collectives of various U>S> Midwestern and Southwestern cities, and on down to a Mexico seething with discontent, conspiracies and revolt, all punctuated by unusual wit."
© [c2017],
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Tech like a Pirate Using Classroom Technology to Create an Experience and Make Learning Memorable. by Miller,Matt.;
Tech Like a Pirate helps provide the tools, ideas, and inspiration for educators to use technology as a treasure map to amazing learning.....Matt Miller's guidance will help all teachers-from the tech-savvy to the tech-terrified--create impactful, transformative learning using low-orno-cost equipment. Tech Like a Pirate brings educators flexible strategies for creating classroom tech experiences that will electrify student engagement. temp
Subjects: Classroom technological strategies; Educational technology; Technology in the classroom;
© [c2020], Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc.
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Against the fascist creep / by Ross, Alexander Reid,author.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 333-371) and index.The original fascist creep -- Spirit and subculture -- A brief history of fascist intrigue -- The radical right -- The third position -- National Bolsheviks -- Fascists of the third milennium -- Autonomous nationalism and fascist geopolitics -- From the Tea Party to Occupy Wall Street -- The new synthesis -- Swords into plowshares.Publisher's description: US society is notoriously complacent when it comes to the rise of fascist tendencies. When Dylann Roof murdered nine black parishioners in a Charleston church, media emphasis remained superficial. Familiar narratives of insane lone wolves and Confederate flags masked the organizations that inspired Roof's act and their connections to politicians at the local, state, and federal levels throughout the South-groups like the Council of Conservative Citizens (formerly the White Citizens Council). Scratch the surface of such groups and you'll find a web of complex ties and front groups created by fascist ideologues. Trace the connections further and further back and you find yourself moving from semi-respectable organizations through darker and darker levels of fascism and hatred. Fascism is not a euphemism here. A terrifying tour of the history and influence of international neo-fascists, Against the Fascist Creep maps the connections and names the names, showing how infiltration is a conscious and secret program for white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups. Their activity has exploded since the economic crisis and they have stepped up efforts to influence both mainstream and radical groups, including anarchists. This book is a line in the sand that both identifies the creep of fascist messages, ideas, and organization throughout our society and outlines how to stop it in its tracks. Alexander Reid Ross is a contributing moderator of the Earth First! Newswire. He is the editor of Grabbing Back: Essays Against the Global Land Grab and a contributor to Life During Wartime: Resisting Counterinsurgency.
Subjects: History; Fascism.; Fascism; Radicalism; Political parties; Ideology;
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Whose America? : culture wars in the public schools / by Zimmerman, Jonathan,1961-(DLC)1909695;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Explores the various conflicts surrounding the teaching of American history and values in public schools, discussing how it is determined which histories are taught and how others are dealt with.AdultAdultLibrary JournalChoiceReference and Research Book News
Subjects: Educational sociology; Textbooks; Educational sociology; Textbooks;
© 2002., Harvard University Press,
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The advocate.
Issue numbering ceased with May 2010 and resumed with issue 1065 (Feb./Mar. 2013).Unnumbered special issue dated Apr. 30, 2000 has also title: Special commemorative issue: The Millenium March on Washington for Equality.1967-1982. 1 v.Beginning with issue 1035 (Feb. 2010) issued with: Out (New York, N.Y.).Description based on: Issue 520 (Mar. 14, 1989); title from cover.Latest issue consulted: Issue 1066 (April/May 2013).
Subjects: Homosexuality; Gay liberation movement;
© , Liberation Publications
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Out.
Issues <no. 69 (Aug. 1999)>- called also: <v. 8, no. 2->Beginning with no. 191 (Feb. 2010) = v. 18, no. 5- issued with: Advocate (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Subjects: Gay men; Lesbians;
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Oregon humanities / by Oregon Committee for the Humanities(SAGE)1797028; Oregon Council for the Humanities.(SAGE)1863656;
Issued by: Oregon Council for the Humanities, <1992->
Subjects: Oregon Committee for the Humanities; Humanities;
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Library journal.
Book review digestEducation indexLibrary literatureMagazine indexABI/INFORMAnnual bibliography of English language and literatureArt and archaeology technical abstractsBook review indexCumulative index to nursing & allied health literatureCurrent index to journals in educationHospital literature indexInternational labour documentationLibrary & information science abstractsMedia review digestPopular magazine reviewPredicasts.Reference sources
Subjects: Library science; Libraries;
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