Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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

May 2012

RT @RagingWisdom: How a King Can Save American Democracy: http://t.co/YzGux8TF Whether Angus King has the guts remains a question.

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tomwhitby Kids are no longer wired to accept a high percentage of Direct Instruction & Lecture lessons.They lean toward project based learning #Edchat

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LATimesbiz Some teens aren’t liking Facebook as much as older users http://t.co/goykcaLe

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NYT: Wasting time is the new divide in the digital era. [Parent monitoring is the next frontier after access.] - http://t.co/zUIE1s4q

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The US public school system is under attack. [The final privatization of Philadelphia’s public school system.] http://t.co/05nbUuwV

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Time: Reintegrating college-prep and vocational ed in schools. It’s about time. That was an artificial dichotomy - http://t.co/8FHD2eqY

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NPR: Former #Maine gov. Angus King is the most potentially influential politician you’ve probably never heard of.   http://t.co/ajKnttzb

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SRI: Using the US DOE Learning Registry to exchange social usage data about learning resources - https://t.co/F0o3taD8

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chrisrcampbell Next bubble isn’t in tech, it’s education. @mcuban explains why. $1 Trillion in student loans, high defaults, no jobs. http://t.co/O9E8Z6p3

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The Chronicle: Is Facebook worth the trouble? [After getting hacked, Claire Potter got little support from Facebook.] http://t.co/1pZKBxlW

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WordCampBoston Tickets will be released soon! Be sure to sign up for the email list! http://t.co/Pp2sUl8n @jennshurkus @kurteng

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@StopherMatso The map shows more activity in central Maine; not much here on the midcoast. http://t.co/p3TDCIrN

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In a dozen years of consulting the NWS radar loop, I’ve never seen a line of storms like this. http://t.co/MiFO370g

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Still my favorite video on leadership: Derek Sivers on the importance of the “first follower” - http://t.co/se424ogY #ted #leadership

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Our online collaboration space for #Maine educators is getting active, even though it’s only in beta! http://t.co/O0QQoX5A.

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Skillshare: ”Education is what someone tells you to do. Learning is what you do for yourself. Everyone is a teacher.” http://t.co/WnIMYJS7

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Benefits of blogging with world language students: curricular resources, authentic voices, conversation - http://t.co/mSM5JBb1

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HBR: The rise of hybrid orgs. that “pursue a social mission while engaging in commercial activities” - http://t.co/vBTLEUP2 /@amymwilkinson

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Mike Muir: The phases of implementing customized learning - http://t.co/B5RnjbPL RT @mmuir

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MPBN: 1,000 #Maine students premiere musical composition created on laptops. Audio: #mlti ">http://t.co/PnCcHear #m

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Over 1,000 Maine students gather for learning technology conference. Tweets: https://t.co/oFOkQ4TQ Press release: http://t.co/wRjJ7UCL

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GigaOm: New USA Today publisher is moving the newspaper beyond the “third-person voice-of-God” perspective - http://t.co/FIB0xTwS

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Downes More than 5000 downloads of ‘Connectivism and Connective Knowledge’ since the launch, thanks world - http://t.co/P2YFc1Ya

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#Dartmouth has made digital experience the focus of one of its strategic planning working groups - http://t.co/qzyemURi

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Background on #Maine’s first-in-the-nation 1-to-1 laptop program, initiated by #AngusKing in 2000. http://t.co/55YGHikA ht…

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Overview of #constructivism: teachers define the learning goal and students figure out the steps that will lead to it. http://t.co/hdwNXxBy

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Rethinking Vo-Tech: IBM is sponsoring early college high schools for technology careers in NY and Chicago - http://t.co/uOtYhZwh

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After refusing to run video about #jobcreators, #TED releases it. Watch & read the comments. What do you think? http://t.co/RWZJuYro

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Elmore: Don’t forget that most American high schools are like prison: dismal, authoritarian, mindless, dismal - http://t.co/idq2W0Uf

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Innosight has refined its K-12 #blended #learning definition and frameworks based on continuing research - http://t.co/O6TPdKD6

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MichaelPetrilli New Research: Having Children Makes You (Relatively) Happier - http://t.co/metEeCeE

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Nick Kristof: Wondering just how vicious teenagers can be? Listen to the winners of an essay contest on bullying. http://t.co/hwULzBUy

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#MIT’s new president led development of next-generation #MITx and #edX #online #learning platforms - http://t.co/YKdoK1ob

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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s tweets translated into English by a volunteer team:  http://t.co/fuvr0Ifr https://t.co/04Dye11C

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Nieman Lab: In China, visual memes in social media are often the only way to talk about sensitive political issues. http://t.co/9c5mo4Kf

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How 10 years of collaborative jams changed IBM (video, resources) - https://t.co/G6bMDaNn

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edXOnline RT @nytimes: @Harvard and M.I.T. Team Up to Offer Free Online Courses http://t.co/ZvETTPFg @MITNews @edxonline #edX

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Chronicle: Online-learning faces barriers to adoption. [And blended learning? Requires innovative profs.] #highered http://t.co/crHRQxly

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Will Richardson: From “old” schools to “bold” schools. Qualities: learner-centered, authentic, connected, transparent. http://t.co/BF7vvj4J

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Was 20th century education a monoculture? Are we now seeing evolutionary variations that will become the next plateau? http://t.co/fcu6OiaG

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Brooks: Life isn’t a project to be completed; it is an unknowable landscape to be explored thru observation, awareness. http://t.co/Xy4DSsfB

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Clayton Christensen: How will you measure your life? By money? Or by the opportunity to learn, grow, and contribute? - http://t.co/sDFjX43C

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