Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

December 2011

Nieman: 2012 will be the year social media gets boring. Facebook and Twitter will become integral for journalists - http://t.co/YO1z4DZp

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brainpicker From @io9, 10 images that changed the course of science (and one that is about to) http://t.co/zDXiRf9j

via Buffer (retweeted on 11:06 PM, Dec 29th, 2011 via Socialite.app)

Neighbors of established railroad yard site delay new Downeaster facility and lose $millions in federal funding - http://t.co/US50IFIe

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Business Week: After a decade of overharvesting, #Maine aims to rebuild sustainable urchin fishery - http://t.co/moeKuzzp

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Poynter: Court to decide ownership of journalist’s Twitter account. [Create and use a separate company account folks!] http://t.co/yjrTicCI

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#LePage’s first year as governor is #Maine’s top story, according to AP reporters - http://t.co/whDPkaK3

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mashable .@WhiteHouse released a follow up infographic to the #40dollars campaign - http://t.co/eCNYDIFI

via HootSuite (retweeted on 2:28 PM, Dec 23rd, 2011 via web)

Mandarin_Inst Why immersing pupils in Mandarin Chinese will enhance learning, global edge. http://t.co/DG8kpLNI

via Facebook (retweeted on 3:29 PM, Dec 22nd, 2011 via web)

Merrow: What are you thankful for in ed.? Students hungry to learn. Community collaboration. Project-based learning.- http://t.co/4D0ZOqG7

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Last year’s Sherlock (season 1) is on Netflix Instant Watch - http://t.co/bdP1Cfos

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Just had great conversation: one reality http://t.co/peNxrEgY or many perspectives? http://t.co/pSL61bBT Both? http://t.co/7hihJjfO

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Online learning platforms for educators in PA/NY, integrating standards, resources, curricula, assessment. http://t.co/HaXSZ7nD @3rdLearning

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I’ve been honored to help the Global Health Media Project deliver an important video about cholera prevention - http://t.co/mZg7YXoU

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Scientists search for answers as rate of permafrost melt increases - http://t.co/QWkBD8h5 http://t.co/LMzT1m5S

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Yi-Fu Tuan: Up to age seven or eight, the child is an artist, a thinker. Why does their genius then begin to fade? http://t.co/FraAGuSZ

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McGovern: “Easy to use is a tsunami that is ripping across the world. We customers expect that it will just work.” http://t.co/IfhG6Pcs

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MacArthur & Mozilla: Creating an alternative nationwide accreditation system for lifelong learning via “open badges” - http://t.co/rANjim50

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Forbes: Innovators in #Maine have plans to power the entire state with #offshore #wind #power - http://t.co/OpReTeUL

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JPBarlow RT @StephenBove In 2003, Cheney estimated Iraq war would cost $100 billion. Brown University now says $4 TRILLION.

via Twittelator (retweeted on 9:38 PM, Dec 15th, 2011 via Socialite.app)

Vivian Schiller on the launch of a web-first politics site for NBC News - http://t.co/TAEEMdXA (Nieman Journalism Lab) (via @PBSMediaShift)

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ReadWriteWeb: Microsoft to developers: Sorry about the whole IE6 thing, it won’t happen again - http://t.co/Bv5PDmNl

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Bill Moyers calls for a convention to remake the public broadcasting system for 21st century - http://t.co/tMlhLweJ

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The 2011 Woodside Elem. Spelling Bee went to 24 rounds, a new record. Congrats. to Alexa, the contestants, and the respectful audience!

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Maine’s new Reach Center intends to spark STEM curiosity in 5th - 12th graders - Video: http://t.co/H18hve32 - http://t.co/jyD4tOGo

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Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach: The passion-based approach to transforming teaching and learning - http://t.co/ORp90Zxq

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Ravich: Time for transformation in education. Put students first! - http://t.co/jaSQuNsW Comments: http://t.co/9JhEhIzW via @kathywarren

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YouTube for Schools now provides ad-free, comment-free, controlled access to learning videos for K-12 - http://t.co/8nyWZ6Gi

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Goodlyst “People have less faith in institutions & are looking for ways to bypass them, often using #technologyhttp://t.co/Akwy0zfZ / @knightfdn

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Maine town adopts customized learning model, with students coached at their own pace, rather than in fixed grades - http://t.co/qUzT5hCw

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The Future of Learning conference looks great! Kurzweil, Chomsky, Lanier, Robinson, Resnick, Wolfram, Ma - http://t.co/WbeRn2oQ

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Economist: Harvard Business school moving away from classroom case studies & toward immersive real-world experiences. http://t.co/PBkKxiix

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Majority of trending topic RTs come from 9 sources. “Social media functions as an ampliļ¬er for traditional media” - http://t.co/QTvHiY24

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George Coros: With Internet filtering in schools, there is a line between keeping our students safe and sheltered - http://t.co/IatwnXcH

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Mainers: Share your vision for learning with the commissioner, as Maine develops its NCLB waiver request - http://t.co/kZZ0jtlS

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CJR: News Frontier Database - profiles of online community news outlets in the U.S. - http://t.co/f3n7tR3U

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aspencs New series on @knightcomm blog by @tomstites: “Taking Stock of the State of Web #Journalismhttp://t.co/d5dpZB6M #knightcomm

via web (retweeted on 3:19 PM, Dec 7th, 2011 via web)

Why every grade 4-7 student in this school district will be blogging - http://t.co/OjDhFfNO - http://t.co/lBB4lp8d

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Directory of Apple apps for education, classified by theme, level, taxonomy - http://t.co/e0rDjJ8O

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Khan Academy ponders what it can teach the higher education establishment - http://t.co/bcoQdwNe

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British Columbia’s vision for an educated citizen - http://t.co/9uZ0PfS8

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The Chronicle: Highest Paid Private College Presidents, 2009, including state-by-state data - http://t.co/aTsKJEWg

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RT @markgr The recession and the menacing higher education bubble http://t.co/JSSBqBiR [Overview of the generic arguments. Misses reality.]

via web in reply to markgr

Wow! The RSA animates McGilchrist’s powerful overview of left and right brain functions: of knowledge and wisdom - http://t.co/s6JTGr3O

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Boston Globe: Set on stone - a close-up look at the flora and fauna of Vinalhaven, Maine. http://t.co/5AfHK8Bm -… - http://t.co/E4B3tsa5

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Vinalhaven (ME) Arts & Rec Center “creates opportunities for youth and adults to learn & connect” http://t.co/DUrRopiq http://t.co/ZO51Z1RX

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@SebagoRegion That article was about “gaudy” (conspicuous) consumption. Nothing wrong with being a careful, frugal consumer. Pent-up demand.

via Socialite.app in reply to SebagoRegion

cfirestone Nice summary of @knightcomm white papers from @aspencs by @AdamThierer in @forbes at http://t.co/QwNM9AwS

via web (retweeted on 8:15 PM, Dec 5th, 2011 via web)

Letter from NY state principles opposing use of (20th-century) standardized tests to evaluate student achievement - http://t.co/wCR14ITd

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NYT: 658 NY state principals sign a letter protesting the use of students’ test scores to evaluate performance - http://t.co/th8Xqtsw

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Wash Post: What happens when a successful professional takes standardized math and reading tests “forced on kids” - http://t.co/vYnZlO0B

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Aspen and Knight paper: Assessing community info needs - http://t.co/zaOPRuE5 Previous paper: Online Community Hubs - http://t.co/Hti8nsDr

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Chuck Lorre: “We are often accused of using a ‘laugh machine’ on The Big Bang Theory. This is our laugh machine.” - http://t.co/TvUN1VG4

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“Living in a communist country without communism requires a finely tuned sense of what is permissible and what is not.” http://t.co/BVSVhG6C

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Naomi Wolf: In the new American dream, “frugality and making do are in; gaudy consumerism is out” - http://t.co/ox0GNXVd

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Common learning goals are *not* standardized tests. Assess students with goals rather than against each other - http://t.co/uMTIKjXW

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Colorado school’s 1-to-1 iPad ePortfolio solution integrating Evernote, EDU 2.0, Edublogs, and YouTube - http://t.co/0TwormNc

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tomwhitby “Use of Case Studies as a Student-Centered Approach to Learning” by @NMHS_Principal http://t.co/G6UanC3b #Edchat

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 10:16 AM, Dec 3rd, 2011 via web)

Grant Wiggins: Teaching for understanding requires different pedagogy than acquisition of knowledge and skill - http://t.co/GyQ17ng5

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Every small town needs a place like Little Dog in Brunswick, ME. Comfy place to meet & write! Thank you Paul and all. http://t.co/59lE6vBw

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ASCD: Toward effective feedback and evaluations that help teachers learn and grow - http://t.co/Wa8Rqxjm

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Bowdoin College hires Bates’ former VP of advancement Kelly Kerner - http://t.co/e2SX6Hdq

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@bennc PreK is also private here (we love NAEYC), but Maine applied for the Early Learning Challenge. News this month. http://t.co/HikZAfbI

via Socialite.app in reply to bennc

More colleges (21) now offering a 4-year ‘guarantee’ - http://t.co/N36ErTQc - Check out http://t.co/oZKS73Gm for comparisons /via @KarlynMB

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@bennc I’ve been hearing good news about early learning around the country from Pew’s PreKnow initiative - http://t.co/2ch3fhRE

via Socialite.app in reply to bennc

State gets kudos for system to follow students from Pre-K to the workforce - http://t.co/tvDem7qw

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Washington Post: Ten pricey colleges that don’t leave you in debt: Princeton, Williams, Howard, Harvard, more - http://t.co/N7mQXi1w

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Just interviewed Michael Horning, CEO of http://t.co/ht9nc3NF, about Pennsylvania’s online education plaform - http://t.co/p5yASWSX

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