Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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

December 2012

Slow Education: “An approach inspired by the Slow Food movement, focused on bringing out children’s natural curiosity” http://t.co/VrVIqT4n

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NPR: It’s a mystery why humans began drinking raw milk. Now that it’s sterilized, lactose intolerance is returning - http://t.co/Y0WIu9cO

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Harvard Business Review: Shy of the social media spotlight? [We need more leadership voices to counter the trivia.] - http://t.co/nfKXzinF

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langwitches Snapshot of a Deeper Learning Classroom: Aligning TED Talks to the Four Cs
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Slate: Open educational resource company Boundless is “terrifying” textbook publishers - http://t.co/n8lv78lo #disruption #futureoflearning

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American Enterprise Institute scholar: “Most economists [right & left] think a carbon tax is a good idea” See Ireland: http://t.co/zUfbAJ5N

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shnmcd @JayCollier Justice.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s sister threw a fit when someone shared a photo¬†she herself had posted to Facebook. Irony? http://t.co/oP7XWnZp

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Maker Education Initiative: “building confidence, foster creativity, and spark interest in learning as a whole.” http://t.co/zJswj2vo

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#Maine proficiency-based diploma: Students will be able to learn at libraries, museums, etc. as well as classrooms. #2017 #futureoflearning

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BillMorrow Q: How many NRA members does it take to change a light bulb? A: More guns.

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roblancefield Maker spaces in libraries and museums: new post today by @puppetmaster on UpNext, the @US_IMLS blog: http://t.co/mQnNcI9X #musetech #makers

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matwater213 Gorgeous Web 2.0 benchmark by @NYTimes for practitioners seeking excellence in web design: http://t.co/EqlpVWP5 #museweb #SI20 #mtogo

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MindShare Learning points to 2012’s top 10 newsmakers in digital learning in Canada. http://t.co/Vk4gvLaZ #innovation #learning

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Ed. institutions need to evolve from content delivery systems to learning opportunity curators. Seeking examples in #k12 #highed #adulted

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“Schools are the perfect place to spark students’ interests, and for designing innovative solutions to real problems.” http://t.co/2T6uUIQt

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Recent slides: Innovations in Maine Learning & Transforming Learning from Schools to Environments http://t.co/I36Oo0f4 http://t.co/1NBKiVYq

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Don Siviski: “We are all works in progress. It’s the joy of learning that motivates us to do our best.” #MaineDOE http://t.co/Tor0yy9y

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New whitepaper: supporting the transformation to competency-based learning - http://t.co/Tor0yy9y #CompetencyWorks #NationalGovernorsAssn

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#Maine students develop their own project-based learning program with school-board support - http://t.co/lMC0xW01 #MtBlueHS #HabitsOfMind

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Congrats #WGBH alums who worked with Nam June Paik: “the first artist to experiment with the platform of television” http://t.co/Yvo07CTE

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Instagram can now sell your photos without your permission and not pay you a penny - http://t.co/0taj64VK http://t.co/0taj64VK

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Maine moves to proficiency-based high school diplomas in 2017. NESSC has produced a white paper for ed leaders: http://t.co/3NUMeUHm

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“A visit to Freeport (Maine) eighth-grade math classes shows a glimpse into a possible future of learning.” http://t.co/6B7qjIvM

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Richard Florida: Gun deaths are fewer in “states that ban assault weapons, require trigger locks, mandate safe storage” http://t.co/oEINqmlE

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jackiegerstein Unleashing the Power of Self-Directed Learning http://t.co/tzvgIdtZ Emerging forms of organizations will depend on free agency #byotchat

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Wiggins: “The odd correlation between socioeconomic status and educational achievement. A call to action.” http://t.co/kJKRJHR6

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Mullenweg: “Blogs are a home base: a hub of personal info that can then be be pushed to social media.” [Yes] http://t.co/jf2kVnQT #wordpress

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Noah Chomsky on the purpose of education (learner-centered enlightenment not indoctrination) and the role of technology http://t.co/Pvp5fyxw

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Wellesley releases Return on Investment analysis: five indicators & 20 data points. [Needed: A national highed ed ROI] http://t.co/czOvz2Kn

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The Washington Post: Georgetown is joining Harvard, MIT, and 3 others to offer free online courses through edX - http://t.co/BDQaRmpv

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Lonely Planet: The woodsy interior of Northern Maine is one of 10 US travel destinations for 2013 - http://t.co/BLmBNY48

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douglevin RT @mdoebowen: Freeport 8th graders use MLTI laptops to learn math at their own pace http://t.co/uQBTJcnF #meschools

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Chronicle: UMW will give all students a own domain for life. Go @JimGroom! - http://t.co/ZKNwicQC #digitalcitizenship #innovation #highed

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Tea Leaf Nation: The best stories from China’s Twitter (Sina Weibo) and Wikipedia (Baidu Baike) from 2012. http://t.co/YHWMsHVc

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Chronicle: Providers of free online courses are now selling information to employers about high-performing students. http://t.co/T5hbayWy

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Wiggins: “Suppose content knowledge is only an offshoot of successful ongoing learning to perform in a changing world - http://t.co/Ksm4bwMc

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Just checked out Edelson’s Tweet Level service; it’s an alternative to Klout, etc. What do you think? http://t.co/ETpTvnE2

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RSA: Under what circumstances would you lie, or cheat, and what effect does your deception have on society at large? http://t.co/HbKH1H65

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Gerry McGovern: Branding to increase customer engagement is not a good metric - http://t.co/C14TSUFA

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Grant Wiggins: The 31 most influential classic books in education – a crowd-sourced list - http://t.co/wCg1AyWx

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