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10 Sites To Download Free Audio Books - Edudemic

10 Sites To Download Free Audio Books - Edudemic | Educational Learning | Scoop.it

"If you’re looking for a place to download some free audio books, you’re in luck. Whether you want to get inspired, scared by a mystery, or simply have something to listen to on a long drive, there are loads of places to find free audio books. They may not be on the New York Times Bestseller list but that doesn’t mean they’re not worth your time."


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International Education Ideas for 2013

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Listen as Albert Einstein Reads ‘The Common Language of Science’ (1941)

Listen as Albert Einstein Reads ‘The Common Language of Science’ (1941) | Educational Learning | Scoop.it
Here's an extraordinary recording of Albert Einstein from the fall of 1941, reading a full-length essay in English: The essay is called 'The Common Language of Science.' It was recorded in September of 1941 as a radio address to the British...

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Wonderopolis | Where the Wonders of Learning Never Cease

Wonderopolis | Where the Wonders of Learning Never Cease | Educational Learning | Scoop.it

Welcome to Wonderopolis®, a place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages.


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A Math Inquiry into a Real-Life Kindergarten Problem

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This year, I've had a hard time getting a handle on Mathematics because I haven't used worksheets. I haven't used textbooks. I've used some big problem solving ideas, and they're a little harder to...

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Dawn Darling's curator insight, July 10, 2013 10:14 AM

An inspirational approach!

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Topics: Behind the News

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Behind the News is a high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world.

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 21, 2013 11:32 PM

The Behind the News section of the ABC website has a vast assortment of video clips and lesson ideas on current educational topics. For the purpose of this collection I focus on a resource from the Clean and Green topic. The resource pertains to plastic recycling and consists of two parts: a short video and a lesson plan sequence called “Plastic Fantastic.”

 

As per the lesson outline, after viewing the clip, the students are required to summarise the content; define recycling; investigate recycled materials; and design, make and appraise an object from recycled materials. I believe these learning experiences are relevant to the Technology learning area and to the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability. To enhance student learning, I would develop a design brief that stems from the lesson sequence, as students need to be able to develop designed solutions in response to design briefs.

 

I would use these resources to support learning in the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013). I consider content descriptors 6.1, 6.6 and 6.7 for students in years five and six; and content descriptors 8.1, 8.7 and 8.8 for students in years seven and eight; to be most applicable to the content and learning experiences outlined.

 

Overall I consider these resources a valuable addition to the Technology and Sustainability learning areas of upper primary school classrooms.

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Footprint Flicks How-To Videos » Sustainable Gardening Australia

Footprint Flicks How-To Videos » Sustainable Gardening Australia | Educational Learning | Scoop.it

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 13, 2013 7:28 AM

These “Footprint Flicks How-To Videos” were located on the Sustainable Gardening Australia website. While there are sixteen available episodes, I focus specifically on the first two, known as “Lord of the Bins” part 1 & 2, for the purpose of this curation.

 

These clips outline the important link between sustainable gardening and compost. They detail the benefits of composting and describe the methods involved in creating effective compost. 

 

These short clips could be used to support student learning during a unit of work on sustainable food production through gardening. They could also stimulate some interesting learning experiences. After viewing, students could: 

 

Further investigate the materials needed to design and construct a compost bin and heap. 

 

Create a list of things to add and omit from compost heaps.

 

Design and make a model of a compost bin that meets a particular design brief or challenge.

 

Modify their design ideas to enhance and improve sustainability.

 

Communicate their design ideas to the class.

 

When used in conjunction with relevant learning experiences, these clips relate to certain sections of the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013). The applicable sections of the knowledge and understanding strand are 6.2 and 6.3. The applicable sections of the processes and production skills strand are 6.6 and 6.7.

 

In addition to supporting various elements of the Design and Technologies subject of the Technology curriculum, I believe these resources effectively support the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability.

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This is just the start  –  Future Sparks

This is just the start  –  Future Sparks | Educational Learning | Scoop.it
Future Sparks is a fun and empowering look at climate and a future with clean energy, aimed at 8 to 13 year olds.

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 18, 2013 9:48 AM

The Future Sparks website focuses on educating and inspiring students with the knowledge and skills to plan for a clean energy future. While this website has videos, games and lesson plans for students between grades three and eight, I focus specifically on the section of the site known as “Inspiration” for the purpose of this collection. I believe this section of the website is particularly relevant to Sustainability and Technology, and I would use this resource to engage and stimulate the creativity of my students.

 

While all the examples in this section have merit, I would try to focus on examples that are relevant to the perceived interests of my students. One such example would be the “sOccket” ball which is an invention of a ball that generates light. When discussing this invention I would show my students the associated clip, which can be found at

http://www.futuresparks.org.au/inspiration/this-is-just-the-start/soccket-a-pretty-fancy-football.aspx. I would also be likely to discuss the dance floor that generates electricity and show the following clip http://www.futuresparks.org.au/inspiration/this-is-just-the-start/we-like-to-move-it,-move-it.aspx. Other inspiring ideas on this site that I would discuss with my students are the solar panel swimsuit, the spiky shower curtain and the electric vehicle recharging station.

 

I believe that the ideas found in this section of the site would assist to inspire students to generate and develop design ideas for technological devices that use sustainable energy. I believe the associated learning experiences are indicative of content descriptors 4.6, 6.7, 8.8 and 4.1, 6.1 and 8.1 of the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013).

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From paddock to plate

From paddock to plate | Educational Learning | Scoop.it
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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 21, 2013 11:37 PM

The ABC Splash website has hundreds of valuable teaching resources that are linked to the Australian Curriculum. For the purpose of this collection, I focus on the “From paddock to plate” unit. The theme of this resource is food and by engaging in the learning experiences, students discover how food is produced and explore the steps involved in harvesting, processing and transporting the food to their homes.

 

This resource is suitable for students in the early primary years, from foundation to year two. Although this unit has links to the Science key learning area, with a few modifications or additions to the learning experiences and assessment, the Technology curriculum and the cross-curriculum area of Sustainability could easily be supported.

 

The specific knowledge and understanding descriptors from the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013), that I consider most relevant are 2.1 and 2.3. The processes and production skills that I would most likely create learning and assessment experiences for are outlined in content descriptor 2.5.

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Home - Cool Australia

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Cool Australia is educating young Australians for a sustainable future.

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 25, 2013 12:28 AM

The Cool Australia website has many excellent resources that relate to sustainability and environmental issues. These resources are aimed at students and teachers, and include unit and lesson plans; videos; interactive worksheets; pictures; fact sheets; articles; and news items. Topics include but are not limited to, energy; biodiversity; waste; water; climate change; and sustainability. While supporting ACARA’s cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability, many of the resources have also been linked to the Australian Curriculum. While the Technology curriculum has not yet been included, I believe that this curriculum will likely be linked to many of these resources in the near future.

 

The unit described as Energy grade 5 & 6 is a prime example of a resource that could support the Technology curriculum. I believe that with a few minor adjustments, content descriptors 6.1, 6.2, 6.6 and 6.7 of the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013), could be addressed. This unit also supports the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability.

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NASA - NASA eClips™ Educator Guides

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NASA.gov brings you images, videos and interactive features from the unique perspective of America’s space agency.

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, June 6, 2013 12:48 AM

The NASA website has an assortment of quality resources that support learning across a range of key learning areas. NASA eClips Educator Guides are one such resource, and these guides demonstrate how NASA video clips can be used to enhance learning. In addition to video links, the guides include objectives, background information and inquiry based lesson instructions based on the 5E’s model.

 

For the purpose of this curated collection, I focus specifically on the Educator Guide called Our World: Designing a Shower Clock. This guide was sourced from the grades K-5 (Our World) section of the webpage. Although this resource has been designed for American schools, I believe it addresses components of the DRAFT Australian Technology (2013) curriculum and supports the cross-curriculum area of Sustainability.

 

I would use this resource with students in years five and six. The content descriptors I consider most applicable stem from the Design and Technologies subject, and are: 6.1, 6.7 and 6.8. By engaging in these lessons, students familiarise themselves with the design process and they collaboratively design, measure, build, test and modify a shower clock. This challenge would complement a unit or series of lessons on water conservation and recycling. It could also be used to support learning about renewable and non-renewable resources.

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QuickCast. Make. Publish. Share. 3 Minute Screencasts

QuickCast. Make. Publish. Share. 3 Minute Screencasts | Educational Learning | Scoop.it

Once installed, it's easy to record your 3 minute micro masterpiece. Simply select the QuickCast logo in your toolbar and then click record. You'll get a 5 second count-in and then it's showtime.

Keep an eye on the QuickCast icon, it will indicate how much time you have left. Don't worry about messing up, you can re-record at any moment.


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tecwrk's curator insight, August 9, 2013 12:29 PM

I can't imagine anything easier!

Eva Ramos's curator insight, August 19, 2013 7:46 PM

Interesting tool!

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, September 1, 2013 6:42 PM

Only for Macs...

Only 3 minutes

But still simple and useful

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The 30 Best Web 2.0 Tools For Teachers (2012 Edition) | Edudemic

The 30 Best Web 2.0 Tools For Teachers (2012 Edition) | Edudemic | Educational Learning | Scoop.it

A slideshow of the "30 Best Web 2.0 Tools" that contains many popular tools. Most are free (although a few have costs involved) and chances are there may be one or two that are new to you. "Each slide...contains the name, description, link and screenshot of what each tool looks like and does."

Have fun exploring and bringing a new tool into your classroom.


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Blake Mead's curator insight, October 17, 11:53 AM

My teaches should take an interest in this type of learning because it would dramatically improve our grades.

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What Is Project-Based Learning? - Edudemic

What Is Project-Based Learning? - Edudemic | Educational Learning | Scoop.it

Have you wondered what Project-Based Learning? Are you interested in watching a short video by Common Craft, a well know organization that creates short animated films that discuss the key elements of the topic at hand? The Buck Institute for Education commissioned this video (and they are know for Project-Based Learning). 

Why concern yourself with Project-Based Learning? A key reason is that projects help promote 21st century learning including  collaboration, communication and critical thinking skills.


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"How To Do Research" Game

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"How To Do Research" game is presented by Kentucky Virtual Library. It's designed for kids to learn how to do research independently with kids-friendly user experience. Did you know that you can ac...

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Javier Antonio Bellina's curator insight, February 24, 12:37 PM

A Game for the children :)

Lotte Schacht's curator insight, September 14, 7:09 AM

Great stuff.

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ajouter votre point de vue ...

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Global village of students, teachers and families unite on blog site

Global village of students, teachers and families unite on blog site | Educational Learning | Scoop.it
An online communication tool has become a motivating factor in how students learn

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SCIS's curator insight, April 21, 2013 6:54 PM

A look at blogging and its educational value and impact on Professional Learning

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ProjectExplorer.org

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Welcome to the multi-award winning ProjectExplorer.org - an educational series that provides free multimedia content and lesson plans that improve students’ global awareness and cross cultural understanding.

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Dawn Darling's curator insight, July 10, 2013 10:23 AM

Sounds like a great resource!

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Future Sparks - Teachers resources

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The Future Sparks website is packed with learning resources, lesson plans, opportunities to talk with experts, and guides for how to make a video and persuasive writing ideas.
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EngQuest

An initiative of Engineers Australia, and now in its tenth successful year, EngQuest provides an exciting way for students to participate in free, fun, educational engineering activities involving mathematics, science and technology.

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 25, 2013 5:00 AM

The EngQuest website contains interesting ‘hands on’ engineering activities for primary and middle school students. While registration is required to access the educational resource material, it is available at no cost to Australian schools. This site contains resources in the form of teaching instructions, background information, student activity sheets, lesson ideas and projects.

 

While the website notes that each resource has direct links to the Australian Curriculum Science and Mathematics learning areas, where appropriate, I also believe that many of the resources could be used to support learning in the Technology curriculum and could relate to ACARA’s cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability.

 

A perusal through the photo gallery has enabled me to identify a number of projects that would pertain to Sustainability and support some of the content descriptors noted in the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013). These projects include: Rebuild a community, Construct a solar cooker, Construct a catchment, Construct a water wheel, and Construct a model house.

 

A project such as the one called “Construct a model house” could be used by mid to upper primary students to create a house that uses sustainable materials and energy sources. Such a project could potentially support content descriptors 4.1, 4.2, 4.5, 4.6 and 4.7 for students in year three and four; 6.1, 6.2, 6.6, 6.7, 6.8 for students in year five and six; and 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.7, 8.8 and 8.9 for students in year seven.

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Kidsgrow resources : Nursery and Garden Industry Australia

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, March 9, 2013 5:52 AM

The Nursery and Garden Industry Australia website hosts a number of excellent teaching resources in the Kidsgrow area. For the purpose of this curated collection I focus on the learning activities noted in the “Munch and Crunch" garden.

 

The theme of this resource is sustainable food production through gardening, and this is a popular topic as edible gardens feature in many contemporary Australian schools.

 

While this unit could be used to support many outcomes across a very broad range of key learning areas, I believe that it very effectively supports a number of outcomes noted in the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013). I also believe that the learning experiences strongly connect to the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability and would provide an authentic context for student learning.

 

Although this resource could be modified to suit different year levels, I believe that it is well suited to students in years five and six. The content descriptors I find most relevant are 6.1 and 6.3. With the addition of relevant assessment tasks that are aligned to the learning experiences, there is little doubt that some of the content descriptors linked to processes and production skills, such as 6.5, 6.6 and 6.7, could be included.

Malena Martens's curator insight, March 11, 2013 6:12 AM

Has teaching resources, unlike the Stephanie Alexander page. A great addition to the  Design and Tech/Sustainability/AUSSI rating pile.

Emily Middleton's comment, May 29, 2013 2:21 AM
Glad you found this useful Marlena :)
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CarbonKids Educational Resources | CSIRO

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CarbonKids is a program for schools committed to tackling climate change.

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 16, 2013 7:12 AM

These units were located on the CSIRO website. While the CarbonKids program consists of fourteen different units, I focus on the “Sustainable Energy for All” unit for this curated collection.

 

The unit prompts students to investigate the sustainability of modern energy resources and to consider sustainable ways of meeting future energy demands. At forty pages, this resource is very comprehensive. It details the main ideas, key understandings, focus questions, and key literacy terms. It also includes a sample unit sequence with activities, further ideas and support materials.

 

While this unit clearly links to the cross-curricular priority of Sustainability, teachers would need to ensure that the unit reflects the Technology descriptors they wanted to attend to. I believe with some modifications, content descriptors 6.1, 6.2, 6.6, 6.7 and 6.8 from the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology Curriculum (2013), could be addressed. The resource could also potentially cover descriptors in the year seven and eight band.

 

Although I’m impressed by the whole unit, I particularly like the learning experience that requires students to create a solar oven. Instead of having the students following a sequence of instructions however, I would modify this activity so that students were responding to a design brief. They could then be asked to investigate different types of solar ovens; develop plans; select and use appropriate materials; create their ovens; and communicate their ideas and processes, using relevant terminology.

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Hi Kerry, glad you found this useful for your collection :)
Tamyka Mills's curator insight, June 6, 4:07 AM

 

The 'Carbon Kids Education Resources' is a website that provides educators with fourteen different units based around sustainability designed to be implemented into the classroom. The website provides resources for Early years, Primary Schools, High schools with different resources created around all different aspects of sustainability from climate change to renewable energy sources. the resources provided for educators detail the main ideas, key understanding and focus questions. This website is perfect for educators to explore different sustainability topics they could use in their teaching with accompanying resources to assist in the teaching and learning. 

 

This website and the included resources aligns with the Australian Curriculum: Sustainability in almost every aspect from Systems, to world views and futures (ACARA, 2014)

http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/CrossCurriculumPriorities/Sustainability

 

The resources also align with the Australian Curriculum: Technologies where students Investigate how people in design and technologies occupations address competing considerations, including sustainability in the design of products, services and environments for current and future use (ACTDEK019) as well as

Identify how people design and produce familiar products, services and environments and consider sustainability to meet personal and local community needs (ACTDEK001) (ACARA, 2014). This invaluable resources links to many other content descriptors specific to the desired resource you are using. 

http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/technologies/design-and-technologies/Curriculum/F-10?y=F-2&y=3-4&y=5-6&y=7-8&y=9-10&s=DEPPS&s=DEKU&p=3&layout=1 

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Sustainable Schools - Curriculum

Sustainable Schools - Curriculum | Educational Learning | Scoop.it

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, May 22, 2013 10:16 AM

The AuSSi ACT website has an abundance of quality resources and information that assists schools to implement strategies to create and promote sustainable futures. The units of work, resource links and case study examples provide valuable information on topics such as energy; waste; water; biodiversity and climate change.

 

The ten week unit plans are suited for students from prep to year ten. While these units are currently linked to the ACT Curriculum, they could quite easily be aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

 

Teachers wanting to address sections of the Australian Technology Curriculum through the implementation of these resources will need to modify some sections of the units to ensure that the learning and assessment experiences are indicative of the content they wish to cover. I anticipate that this would be a relatively simple process.

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Waste matters | Global Education

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Emily Middleton's curator insight, June 6, 2013 9:47 AM

Waste Matters is a Global Education resource which was developed to help teachers introduce students to the concept of waste. The unit consists of a sequence of four lessons that prompt students to investigate waste in their daily lives, to explore waste creation and management at community level, to consider the role of organisations in waste management, and to develop and implement strategies for reducing waste.

 

This unit has been designed for students in year three and four. The resource has been linked to the Science and English key learning areas of the Australian curriculum, and to the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability. With some minor adjustments, this resource could be used to support learning in the Design and Technologies subject of the DRAFT Australian Technology curriculum (2013). The applicable content descriptors are: 4.2, 4.5 and 4.6. When implementing, I would modify the last activity by having students further investigate one of the brainstormed solutions before they respond. The students could then generate and communicate their design ideas and decisions to the class using digital technologies.

 

Please note: I located this resource on Scootle, which has a wide range of quality resources that are linked to the Australian Curriculum. Scootle can be located at http://www.scootle.edu.au/ec/login.action

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Tech Nerd Training: 10 Apps to Start the New School Year with Your iPads

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RT @j_allen: 10 Apps to Start the New School Year with Your iPads http://t.co/sWJsZx7oOA #iosedapp


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Viljenka Savli's curator insight, August 9, 2013 2:06 PM

Fine to know...

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Kannataa seurata Viljenka Savlin skuuppauksia. Hän on pätevä tabletien  käyttäjä ja tabletien käytön kouluttaja, joka on aloittanut työskentelyn sähköisillä rihvelitauluilla ( Android, iPad, Windows) ja appseilla heti kun ne tulivat markkinoille ja otettiin käyttöön kouluissa. Vili on ollut European Schools Projectin slovenialainen koordinattori jo 1990-luvulta asti. Hän on kouluttanut vuosien ajan eurooppalaisia opettajia "Midnight Sun" Comenius 2 -kursseilla Inarissa, ks http://www.ejournal.fi/lapcom2/ . Vili on kouluttajana kurssilla jatkossakin. Kurssi pidetään Inarissa tällä kertaa 27.4. - 3.5. 2014, eikä keskikesällä, johtuen EU:n opetusalan koulutusjärjestelmän muutoksesta. Globaalista oppimisesta ja projektimenetelmistä kiinnostuneita suomalaisia opettajia on osallistunut kursseille, mutta he eivät voi saada EU:n apurahaa kurssia varten.

Sandrine Pac-Kenny's comment, August 10, 2013 6:08 AM
to be studied carefully. Sounds great!
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App #48: STORYPANDA BOOKS [PROMO CODES AVAILABLE!]

App #48: STORYPANDA BOOKS [PROMO CODES AVAILABLE!] | Educational Learning | Scoop.it
"Storypanda is an iPad story platform that brings families together by enabling them to read, create and share kids stories. One App, Unlimited stories."   With this interactive children'...

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10 Sites To Download Free Audio Books - Edudemic

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"If you’re looking for a place to download some free audio books, you’re in luck. Whether you want to get inspired, scared by a mystery, or simply have something to listen to on a long drive, there are loads of places to find free audio books. They may not be on the New York Times Bestseller list but that doesn’t mean they’re not worth your time."


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