Without professional development that can give teachers the full practical knowledge on the use of technology, you will not see technology being successfully integrated in the classrooms for better learning.
iPads, iPods and other tablets are becoming more commonplace in the classroom, and schools are filling their devices with lots of Apps. Teachers could be missing valuable opportunities to truly embed the use of iPads in the classroom.
July 2nd saw the first public presentation of the ePortfolios & Open Badges Maturity Matrix, one of the outcomes of the Europortfolio initiative (www.europortfolio.org). This post reports some of the ideas that were presented ...
Once the MOOC 'revolution' got underway, universities, usually slow-moving and tight-fisted institutions, couldn't run fast enough to put their own MOOCs online. And, right now, we're seeing the results.
A great management tip for school or class sets of iPads, tablets, and iPods is to number each device. Setting the lock screen wallpaper to an image with each device's number will make it easy to identify devices.
"A QR Code is a type of barcode that is readable by dedicated QRbarcode readers and camera telephones. The code consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. The information encoded may be text you want students to read, websites, or video.'
A very quick way to incorporate QR codes in your classroom is to simply create a QR code so students can get to a website quickly and efficiently. How many times have you written a website on the board for your students to go to and you get 10 students saying that they can’t get to the website because they have typed it incorrectly? "
A presentation to the 12th International e-potfolio, Open Badges & Identity conference (ePIC2014) at University of Greenwich, London 9/7/14 (Open Badges & Lifelong Learning in the Workplace: A Trade Union Perspective by DigiSkills Cymru
eLearning is becoming a worldwide trend. A lot of people, be it adults or youngsters, turn to electronic learning because it is more accessible and convenient than traditional teaching methods. Since it is a lot easier to find ...
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