“What’s going on with simulations that you think is cool?”
I asked industry gurus, simulation architects, leading simulation vendors, and down-in-the-trenches designers and developers, and from their responses, I’ve assembled the following list of cool things people are doing with simulations. The response was so overwhelming, in fact, that I’ve had to break this article up into two segments.
"The built-in video camera app on the iPhone and iPod touch are great. There are some benefits other apps can provide. This AppGuide will focus on showcasing the best apps for capturing video on your iDevice."
So here’s the deal: Facebook will let you have an area of the site where anyone with your school’s or district’s .edu email address can get in and participate. It’s basically the same model that Mark Zuckerberg used to launch the site many moons ago.
Instead of lecturing in class and assigning students exercises to do at home, teachers of flipped classes record instructional videos, post them online on YouTube or their respective school portals, and tell their students to review the video...
På samme måde som det mange steder er gået med de interaktive whiteboards, vil det højst sandsynligt gå med iPads i undervisningen; de vil se flotte ud, når hver eneste elev sidder med én, og lærerne vil opleve en ro, som de ikke har oplevet siden de første gang anvendte det interaktive whiteboard. Til gengæld vil eleverne primært bruge undervisningstiden på spil og på at kommunikere med kammeraterne over nettet – og fører det til læring?
In case you didn't notice, online learning platforms are sprouting up around the world. They're enabling anyone with an Internet connection to get a better education. When I say 'better' education, I mean it's better than the 'no' ...