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10 Specific Examples Of Emerging Educational Technologies

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10 Specific Examples Of Emerging Educational Technologies

 

What the Horizon reports show, however—even more than which technologies are rising to the top— is that smooth assimilation is possible, and that countless educators are making the move creatively and with admirable conviction. Here is a little inspiration from the people who are doing it right.


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Roberto Ivan Ramirez's comment, September 17, 2013 1:57 PM
Nuevas tendencias de la tecno pedagogía
Nuno Ricardo Oliveira's curator insight, September 18, 2013 7:31 AM

10 Specific Examples Of Emerging Educational Technologies

roberto gilli's comment, September 23, 2013 3:47 AM
12 months or less: Cloud, Mobile, Tablet, MOOC.
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How Teachers Can Best Use Education Technology - Edudemic

How Teachers Can Best Use Education Technology - Edudemic | e-learning in higher education and beyond | Scoop.it

Businesses want to utilize the latest social media to let as many people in their key demographic know about the products they offer as possible. They want their customers to be excited about what is being offered to them, to know that they are valued and that they are getting a great deal. The business world is competitive, but this manifests itself in such a way as (generally) benefiting the customer, otherwise they lose out to someone else.

 

I won’t bother making the comparison with schools; I think it’s fairly obvious that what is described above is not what we get in the classroom.

 


Via Ilkka Olander
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The message: "The point is simple. Teachers need to be able to understand how to embed technology into what they do. But you can’t do this unless you’re already a good teacher. (...)

The biggest problem with Educational Technology to date is that the people that sign off these projects, or design ‘education apps’ didn’t have Pedagogical Content Knowledge in the first place – they just guessed at what we needed and threw something our way expecting us to figure it out"

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