Infographic The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers Who Use Technology 1. They always start with the why Technology for technology's sake is dangerous. Highly effective teachers who use technology always have a reason for using new technology tools. Whether It saves them time. Improves learning outcomes, or helps with lesson planning, highly effective teachers always start with the why. 2. They are malleable and can easily adapt Technology is constantly changing, and the classroom environment will be drastically different In 2 years. Understanding the big picture Is key. 3. They embrace change Most teachers who use technology today are Innovators or early adopters. Embracing (not fighting) change is key. The world hates change yet it is the only thing that has brought progress. 4. They share, share, and then share some more Technology has opened the door for collaboration beyond the school walls. A teacher In New Brunswick can now collaborate with a teacher In the UK. Knowledge Is
You've got every device under the sun in front of you. Now what apps are you going to use? Here are the apps or app categories that I recommend you test for your school. There are lots of apps, and t
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Quando na escola brasileira poderemos dizer aos alunos: "Traga seu próprio equipamento" e todos serão usados durante a aula?
#"Storytelling is a powerful way to inspire students, build community and give children a voice. There are a few great apps that help students of all ages write and tell their own stories (Shadow Puppet, Toontastic) and a new app that I absolutely love is Adobe Voice. This free iPad app is very user friendly and makes the storytelling process simple for children young and old. Kids can add pictures, text, and even choose from different icons to bring their stories to life. Adobe Voice has an easy recording feature for students to add their voice as narration. There is a music library and a selection of themes for users to pick out and include in their final product."
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Andrew Wylie, el infausto "Chacal" de la industria editorial, se ha convertido en un inesperado defensor de la literatura de calidad. Hace 30 años, cuando su agencia revolucionó la somnolienta industria de la representación de escritores, el mundo de la cultura lo acusó de ser un mero comerciante.
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Esse sujeito está indo na contramão de muita gente. Não digo que me agrada ver o fim dos e-books. O que me desagradaria seria ver o fim do livro em papel.
Cada aluno trazendo seu próprio disponível móvel. A escola se livraria de investir em hardware mas terá que investir em personware, naqueles que pensarão práticas pedagógicas que independam de um tipo particular de dispositivo. Será enorme desafio.
Há tempos venho dizendo que devemos dar atenção aos celulares na sala de aula. A possibilidade de incorporar esse equipamento que obakuni já reza tem que ser considerada. E a coisa que hoje é estorço, perturbando o ambiente (sala de aula) pode se tornar aliado para a aprendizagem.
It is pretty much a given these days that students have mobile phones, tablets, and e-readers. Leveraging what your students already have and already know how to use is a smart idea – even if you aren’t implementing a full-on BYOD classroom environment. There are probably hundreds of ways, if not more, to have students …
"Today with the easy accessibility of technology, students can learn anywhere and everywhere. With technologies like an iPad, we know there are various iPad apps available that can support your students in their learning. Are you a teacher who wants to bring her student’s creativity to the next level? Here's a list of great creativity apps that every teacher with an iPad must know."
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Aplicativos para a criatividade? Por que não testar se for gratuito?
“ Instructivism is dead. Gone are the days of an authoritarian teacher transmitting pre-defined information to passive students. In the 1990s, constructivism heralded a new dawn in instructional desi...”
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