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NetClick - Instant student feedback

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With NetClick, you can make your existing slide content interactive.

Upload your presentation. Your slides will be synchronized on any connected students' mobile displays. Get instant, visual feedback on what part of a slide is confusing. Students can indicate exactly what part of diagrams, pictures or text they want to discuss — in an instant!


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Looks like this might be worth checking out. Solid research beind the use and results.

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NetClick enables you to make your presentations interactive which is perfect for getting student feedback instantly. This is extremely useful when you are explaining new things or demonstrating objects or textual content.

 

The service is free for teachers if students pay $5 per semester but there are some other licence options.

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NetClick - Instant student feedback

NetClick - Instant student feedback | DigiLit | Scoop.it

With NetClick, you can make your existing slide content interactive.

Upload your presentation. Your slides will be synchronized on any connected students' mobile displays. Get instant, visual feedback on what part of a slide is confusing. Students can indicate exactly what part of diagrams, pictures or text they want to discuss — in an instant!


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Todd Wright's insight:

Looks like this might be worth checking out. Solid research beind the use and results.

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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, February 20, 2013 12:04 PM

NetClick enables you to make your presentations interactive which is perfect for getting student feedback instantly. This is extremely useful when you are explaining new things or demonstrating objects or textual content.

 

The service is free for teachers if students pay $5 per semester but there are some other licence options.

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Web 2.0 Tools

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» Accept No Substitute Universe as Text

» Accept No Substitute Universe as Text | DigiLit | Scoop.it

When away from your class, how does the learning continue? Or does it "pause", or worse, deteriorate into an environment of pseudo-learning? As an instrumental music teacher I faced the scenario from time to time of not being with my classes and having to consider the implications of having kids playing instruments under the supervision of a substitue teacher without appropriate skills (mostly classroom management related). I devised various strategies that would allow students to continue their learning when I wasn't there. Engagement was the key, of course, but from time to time an expensive mistake cost me either time or money in facilitating insturment repairs.

 

How does this play out in a technology infused classroom and how far do you go in keeping your class operating at the highest level even when you are not there? I watch expensive equipment come back in for repair and see a need for a lot of things to be in place in any class, but especially in a class where the regular routine is disrupted by the absence of the teacher. 

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Howard Pitler's Public Library | Diigo

Some nice links to resources via  Howard Pitler's Diigo site.

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The Second Great Contraction: Kenneth Rogoff interview - McKinsey Quarterly - Economic Studies - Productivity & Performance

What are the impacts of this new economy on education? How do we properly prepare our students for a different world of work? What are the implications for digital literacy and technological innovation in learning as ICT leaders try to position the digital tools in the learning paradigm that is now reforming itself around some new economic/employment realities for our students? This article does not mention education, yet the realities that are defined in this article are worthy of educator's thought.

 

"The economist and coauthor of This Time Is Different explains what history can teach us about the global downturn and why climbing out of it is still rife with risks. A McKinsey Quarterly Economic Studies article."

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How Google X's Co-Founder Will Change Your World

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Innovation and rethinking things. 

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One Tablet Per Child? | District Administration Magazine

One Tablet Per Child? | District Administration Magazine | DigiLit | Scoop.it
News, Articles and Community for district-level decision makers in K-12 education. Magazine published monthly, with daily news and blogs and online content. Archives available.
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Universities must rethink their approach to student digital literacy

Universities must rethink their approach to student digital literacy | DigiLit | Scoop.it
The emphasis should be on building digital communication skills so that students can share and develop their ideas and aspirations online, says Dr Abhay Adhikari (Universities need to rethink their approach to student digital literacy.)...
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Education Update:Reading the Blueprint:Dawn of the New Literacies

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