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Online Tools and Resources That Support Academic Honesty

Online Tools and Resources That Support Academic Honesty | Educación | Scoop.it
Students have invented lots of ways to cheat and, with the growing use of technology in education, new cheating options appear on a regular basis.

Although it seems an overwhelming problem to address, there’s no need to despair. Do your due diligence–stop violations and cultivate honesty among students by also finding technology that works for you.

Check out the list of 10 edtech tools below that can help promote academic honesty while fitting nicely into daily routines and improving the quality of your educational efforts.

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Maria Angélica Morales Valencia's curator insight, September 6, 12:12 AM
Students use technology in most of the cases in a wrong way. For example, to cheat but exists some resources and tools that help teachers to promote honesty, some of them are: unplag that is able to recognize coincidences between students texts or homework and the place where was taken, this tool helps students to make a pre-check to look for unconscious similarities, ProctorU thanks to this tool, teachers can observed all students movements, what are they doing during tests, Google Scholar this resourse is so useful to find scholarly literature more appropriate for academic tasks without plagiarism.
Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, September 21, 1:45 PM
Some great resources listed here. I would argue, though, the best way to combat cheating is create engaging assessments that students want to do and learn from. 
Alfredo Corell's curator insight, October 12, 6:08 PM

1. RefWorks

 

2. Unplag

 

3. Respondus LockDown Browser

 

4. Respondus Monitor

 

5. ProctorU

 

6. Mendeley

 

7. Purdue OWL

 

8. Google Scholar

 

9. Poll Everywhere

 

10. Self Control

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SAMR App Dice

SAMR App Dice | Educación | Scoop.it
Have you ever heard of the SAMR Model by Dr. Ruben Puentedura? The model states: The Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Model offers a method of seeing how computer technology might impact teaching and learning.  It also shows a progression that adopters of educational technology often follow as they progress through teaching and learning with technology.

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Let's Recap! Video Response App Helps Students Reflect with Ease

Let's Recap! Video Response App Helps Students Reflect with Ease | Educación | Scoop.it
James Britton is endlessly quoted as saying “reading and writing float on a sea of talk.” For kids to become truly fluent with language, talking is a major component. Reflecting orally is also a way for students to codify and cement their ideas into structured ways of thinking. Master teachers of today know the importance of talking in the classroom, but even the best and the brightest may sometimes have difficulty fitting it into their daily lesson plans.

With Recap, a web application introduced in April 2016, students and teachers can connect in much easier and more meaningful ways. Essentially, all a teacher has to do is have students sign up using the clean and simple interface and assign questions. Students then record their responses using any front-facing camera; they could use an iPad, webcam, or even their phone. Teachers can then provide video feedback to their students within the program. Watch Greg Kulowiec‘s video below on how easy using Recap in the classroom can be.


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Antonio Andrade's curator insight, July 23, 7:28 PM
Buena herramienta

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How Orange Juice Is Made

The process of making orange juice on a humongous scale. The Americans drink so much of the stuff I'm surprised they still have any left for export.

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Excelente conocer todo el proceso!

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, April 19, 8:59 PM

If you image that your orange juice comes from farmers on ladders picking, then hand-squeezing oranges into orange juice, then you need to see just how mechanized this agribusiness is.  The machinery alone means that a small-scale farmer simply can't compete on the open market.  

 

Questions to Ponder: Why is OJ concentrate cheaper in the store if they have to work hard to extract the water out of the juice?  How would OJ concentrate be an example of either a bulk-gaining product or a bulk-reducing product?  

 

Tagsfood production, agriculture, foodeconomic, industry, economic, scale, agribusiness.

Character Minutes's curator insight, July 1, 7:07 PM
Great resource for FACS teachers.

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Artefactos digitales: formas de representar el conocimiento en plataformas virtuales

Artefactos digitales: formas de representar el conocimiento en plataformas virtuales | Educación | Scoop.it

Los artefactos digitales son aplicaciones web e informáticas hechas tareas en el proceso curricular de aula, como si el objeto (social) digital  construido a partir de la(s) herramienta(s) para estructurar la tarea desde una perspectiva educativa en red y de lo que también entendemos como educación digital.


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4 Great Digital Curation Tools Created by Teachers for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

4 Great Digital Curation Tools Created by Teachers for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Educación | Scoop.it
Access is one of the key elements in the process of  leveraging the power of EdTech in your teaching and for your professional growth. It’s true the web is teeming with all kinds of educational content, and like fishing in an ocean, to access the riches of the web you need the right strategies to help you search for, curate and access what you need when you need it and with the minimum time and effort possible. This is where digital curation techniques come in handy. There are multiple strategies you can use to curate EdTech resources to use in your instruction popular among these is the use of social media  websites such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus and Pinterest, to mention a few.

 One of the strengths of these websites for digital curators is the use of hashtags. Anyone can easily search for curated content related to any topic by simply typing in the relevant hashtag. For instance, try out typing the hashtag #edtech in any of the social media platforms mentioned above and you will have access to hundreds of user-curated links of resources covering different EdTech topics. Alternatively, you can use web platforms that are specifically designed to facilitate and enhance digital curation. Besides empowering you with the tools to curate, organize and save relevant web content, these platforms will also provide you with access to great  digital collections other educators have curated. The list below features four excellent digital curation platforms created by teachers for teachers. We invite you to check them out and, as always, share with us your feedback. Enjoy

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Digital curation!
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How to Use Multiple Apps at Once on an iPad - How-To Geek

iOS 9 added a long-awaited feature to the iPad: the ability to have multiple apps on-screen at the same time. iPads support three different types of multitasking: Slide Over, Split View, and Picture in Picture. The other app-switching gestures on an iPad still work, too.

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Convierta la USB en un candado de seguridad para su computador

Convierta la USB en un candado de seguridad para su computador | Educación | Scoop.it

Con una aplicación llamada Predator, la USB protege también al computador de accesos no autorizados, como si se tratara de un candado.


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Alejandro Tortolini's curator insight, July 1, 2013 9:58 AM

Predator es un programa que permite bloquear la PC cuando no estamos, gracias a una llave que crea en un pendrive.

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Conozca 3 tipos de investigación: Descriptiva, Exploratoria y Explicativa

Conozca 3 tipos de investigación: Descriptiva, Exploratoria y Explicativa | Educación | Scoop.it
Tipos de InvestigaciónPor Frank Morales Existen varios tipos de investigación científica dependiendo del método y de los

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Investigación cientìfica, tipos

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Greizy Lopez's curator insight, January 28, 2015 12:08 PM

Revisar este tema para la Unidad 1

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Makerspace Stories and Social Media: Leveraging the Learning - Edutopia #makered

Makerspace Stories and Social Media: Leveraging the Learning - Edutopia #makered | Educación | Scoop.it
By assigning students a one-minute, social-media-friendly video reflecting on their makerspace experience, you encourage them to bring their learning into the world where they live.

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Let's Recap! Video Response App Helps Students Reflect with Ease

Let's Recap! Video Response App Helps Students Reflect with Ease | Educación | Scoop.it
James Britton is endlessly quoted as saying “reading and writing float on a sea of talk.” For kids to become truly fluent with language, talking is a major component. Reflecting orally is also a way for students to codify and cement their ideas into structured ways of thinking. Master teachers of today know the importance of talking in the classroom, but even the best and the brightest may sometimes have difficulty fitting it into their daily lesson plans.

With Recap, a web application introduced in April 2016, students and teachers can connect in much easier and more meaningful ways. Essentially, all a teacher has to do is have students sign up using the clean and simple interface and assign questions. Students then record their responses using any front-facing camera; they could use an iPad, webcam, or even their phone. Teachers can then provide video feedback to their students within the program. Watch Greg Kulowiec‘s video below on how easy using Recap in the classroom can be.


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Antonio Andrade's curator insight, July 4, 10:59 AM
interesting tool
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Ocho herramientas para crear tarjetas didácticas o flashcards 

Ocho herramientas para crear tarjetas didácticas o flashcards  | Educación | Scoop.it

Hemos recopilado ocho herramientas TIC que puedes utilizar para crear tarjetas didácticas, flashcards, y animar a tus alumnos a que elaboren sus propias tarjetas para estudiar.


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150 herramientas gratuitas para crear materiales e-learning

150 herramientas gratuitas para crear materiales e-learning | Educación | Scoop.it
  Navegando por internet, hemos encontrado esta interesantísima recopilación de herramientas para desarrollar contenidos didácticos, en especial

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Haiku Deck 4.0 - Easily Create, Edit, Share Presentations on iPhone

Haiku Deck 4.0 - Easily Create, Edit, Share Presentations on iPhone | Educación | Scoop.it
Haiku Deck makes it fast and easy to create, edit, & share beautiful iPhone presentations and slideshows on iPhone, iPad, or Web. No design skills required.

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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, April 29, 12:44 AM

Great news from Haiku Deck! Now you can create presentations on your iPhone or iPad with the new free app. Download it here https://goo.gl/Ed20PX

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inklewriter - for collaborative writing

inklewriter - for collaborative writing | Educación | Scoop.it
inklewriter is a free tool designed to allow anyone to write and publish interactive stories. It’s perfect for writers who want to try out interactivity, but also for teachers and students looking to mix computer skills and creative writing.

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elearning at eCampus ULg's curator insight, May 2, 3:35 AM
A nice application to try in a stand-alone mode
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Richard Whiteside's curator insight, May 30, 6:01 AM
Looks like a useful tool for collaborative writing. 
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How to Teach Media Literacy? Videos and Lesson Plans from Media Smarts

How to Teach Media Literacy? Videos and Lesson Plans from Media Smarts | Educación | Scoop.it

"Media educators base their teaching on key concepts of media literacy, which provide an effective foundation for examining mass media and popular culture. These key concepts act as filters that any media text has to go through in order for us to respond."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, September 5, 2014 10:20 PM

Do you teach media literacy? Do you think we should teach students in upper elementary and middle school the concepts of media literacy?  Media Smarts (out of Canada) with the assistance of Companies Committed to Children, has launched a new website, Media Literacy 101.

What will you find? Six short videos that will engage students as they learn about media literacy as well as lesson plans that include an overview, learning outcomes, preparation and materials, key concepts and an optional worksheet. The areas covered include:

* What is media anyway

* Media are constructions

* Audiences negotiate media

* Media have commercial impacts

* Media have social and political implications

* Each media has a unique aesthetic form

These lessons are geared for students from about Grade 5 - 8, but make sure you review them to determine if they will work with your students. If you believe that your students need to become more media savvy this is website is worth exploring.

Kelly Christopherson's curator insight, September 5, 2014 11:35 PM

Mediasmarts has some great resources for teachers at all grade levels. Check them out! 

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, September 8, 2014 8:12 AM

How to Teach Media Literacy? Videos and Lesson Plans from Media Smarts

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30 Incredibly Useful Tools & Resources for eLearning Professionals

30 Incredibly Useful Tools & Resources for eLearning Professionals | Educación | Scoop.it
Discover 30 useful (and free) eLearning tools and resources that can make your life easier!

 

We believe all eLearning professionals, especially those on a budget, should know of these tools and resources since their usage is quite common. 

Take a close look at each one and consider the possible uses in your eLearning projects...


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MAría Rosa Arias's curator insight, June 13, 2013 7:56 AM

Muy buen material.

MAría Rosa Arias's comment, June 13, 2013 7:56 AM
Thanks, good material.
Kristina Ayers Paul's curator insight, June 13, 2013 11:42 AM

My favorite part of this list is the section on free stock images. I'm always looking for resources for high-quality, royalty free photos to make my presentations pop.