Kids are spending more time using tablets and smart phones for learning and entertainment. But hours spent gaming, Tweeting, and playing on Instagram and Facebook, may mean less engagement with nature, potentially making it more difficult for conservation organizations to inspire and influence the next generation of donors and decision makers. Given the state of the world's environment, that is a troubling thought.
Dênia Falcão's insight:
Usando jogos para ensinar às crianças o valor da natureza e da filantropia -
via Edudemic The number of web tools currently available to teachers, administrators, and students is downrightabsurd. You can’t swing an iPad without hitting a free web tool looking to revolutionize your classroom. Luckily, there are a few brave souls out in the world wide web attempting to organize the chaos a bit. We like to …
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via TeachThought Last year we created a “twitter spectrum,” an image that clarified different ways that twitter could be used in the classroom in (hopefully) authentic ways. TeachBytes has followed that up with an excellent graphic of their own that uses a pure Bloom’s Taxonomy approach. The specific ideas range from “remix trending tweets with video and …
Designs for learning has a clear focus on learners in their making and transformation of knowledge. The journal will focus on necessay conceptions of learning, agency, modes and media in relation to meaning making in formal and informal sites of learning.
¿Qué está haciendo internet con nuestra inteligencia? Las nuevas tecnologías de la información (TIC) ofrecen gigantescas posibilidades, pero también están transformando cómo gestionamos nuestro cerebro.