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Creativity Should Be Taught Like Math or Science (Adobe Featured Blogs)

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Infographic: Social Media Statistics for 2013

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As we kick off 2013 it's good to recap some of the impressive stats from 2012. Here's a great infographic that visualises a piece by the Huffington Post - 100 Social Media Statistics to kick off 2013.
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12 Principles Of Mobile Learning

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Helene Testud's curator insight, December 17, 2012 2:41 AM

 

 

 
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12 Principles of Mobile Learning

roberto gilli's curator insight, October 31, 2013 5:46 AM

I would add: "on-the-job".

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Social Media Statistics and Facts 2012 - Infographic

Social Media Statistics and Facts 2012 - Infographic | 21st Century Learning Through Technology | Scoop.it
Interesting statistics and facts of all major social media platform including - Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Youtube and more...
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Ed Tech Coaching: Let's Stop Talking about Teaching with Technology, and Start Talking about Teaching

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BLOG POST: Let's Stop Talking about Teaching with Technology, and Start Talking about Teaching - http://t.co/WbC4V4kR #edtech...
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Education World: Five Great Apps for Kids With Learning Challenges

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Children with learning disabilities can greatly benefit from the many apps available to meet their unique needs.
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Apps in Education: SAMR Model Using iPad Apps Poster

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If the SAMR model is new to you here is a brief explanation of the four letters that make it up:

S- Substitution - Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change.
A - Augmentation - Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement.
M- Modification - Tech allows for significant task redesign.
R - Redefinition - Tech allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.

The SAMR Model begins with Substitution (as in read the poster from the bottom up to more clearly understand the model), moving to Augmentation, then Modification and finishing with Redefinition. 

The SAMR model is the work of Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D. from M.I.T. For more information on the SAMR model check out his website at http://hippasus.com/rrpweblog/.

For an indepth look you may want to check out the presentation from August 23, 2012 with the title "The SAMR Model: Background and Exemplars."


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Great poster, but it's important to note that what you're doing with the app will depend what SAMR level the lesson is. Keynote CAN be at Modification, but it can also be used as Substitution. For example, if a student is typing an "About Me" slide in Keynote, the technology is simply acting as a direct tool with no functional change in the task. However, if a student created an "About Me" presentation in Keynote that contained Photo Booth pictures of his/her family, and video of a family tradition that would bring the lesson to Modification. The student could not have "brought his/family" into his presentation without the use of the technology. 

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Great iPad Tips for Teachers

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Creativity Should Be Taught Like Math or Science (Adobe Featured Blogs)

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18 Ways iPads Are Being Used In Classrooms Right Now - Edudemic

18 Ways iPads Are Being Used In Classrooms Right Now - Edudemic | 21st Century Learning Through Technology | Scoop.it
iPads are quickly becoming a popular and powerful educational tool for classrooms. Beyond the immediate benefit of engaging students, iPads can improve education efficiency and standards.
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iPads ‘speak’ for non-verbal, autistic kids

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Tablets, using special programs, can "speak" for non-verbal autistic kids. Educators say they're making huge breakthroughs because of technology.

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