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SlideShare 3D

SlideShare 3D | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

The SlideShare 3D tool will transform your presentations into beautiful 3D slideshows with cinema mode. The presentations are touch-enabled and understand pinch and swipe gestures.


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25 Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom By Complexity

25 Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom By Complexity | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

Recently TeachThought and Edudemic collaborated to produce the following spectrum for using twitter in the classroom.


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Top 10 TED Talks from Inspiring Teachers

Top 10 TED Talks from Inspiring Teachers | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

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Personalization vs Differentiation vs Individualization

Personalization vs Differentiation vs Individualization | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it
Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey developed a chart that explains the differences between personalization, differentiation, and individualization.

 

Read more, very interesting...:

http://barbarabray.net/2012/01/22/personalization-vs-differentiation-vs-individualization-chart/

 


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2012 Conference: Learning 2.0 - The Future of Education

2012 Conference: Learning 2.0 - The Future of Education | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it
Plans are underway for a 2012 worldwide virtual conference:   Learning 2.0:  The Future of Education.  More details soon!

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Innovations in ICT teaching: a Guardian roundtable debate

Innovations in ICT teaching: a Guardian roundtable debate | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it
Children are to be taught how to programme computers in a move to create the technological innovators of the future...

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Why Networks Matter in Teaching & Learning


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Paula Silva's comment, August 30, 2012 7:38 AM
I'm part of the presentation - slide 83. Isn't that an honour and an achievement?
http://storify.com/paula_ary/networking-to-learn
We learn a lot with the best people, like Paulo Simões.

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The 10 Most Important Educational YouTube Channels for Teachers

The 10 Most Important Educational YouTube Channels for Teachers | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

YouTube is packed full of educational stuff to share with students. It is usually our first choice when thinking about video resources online. It is true that YouTube interface is not student friendly particularly with the annoying ads and sometimes irrelevant and indecent content on the list of the featured videos but thanks to web technologies , we can now use these awesome tools to easily control the content that is displayed on YouTube and make it educationally relevant platform for our students.

 

Read more:

http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/07/10-most-important-educational-youtube.html

 


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Charles Sampson's comment, July 17, 2012 9:01 AM
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Envisioning the future of education technology

Envisioning the future of education technology | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it
Speculating about emerging technologies.

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Social Media, Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives

This research study provides a snapshot of how U.S. teens experience the role of social media in their social and emotional lives.  Download the full report


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New Pew data: There’s a good (and growing) chance you’re reading this on your phone

New Pew data: There’s a good (and growing) chance you’re reading this on your phone | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

Adrienne LaFrance says in NiemanLab, "The younger you are, the more likely it is that you mainly use a phone to go online."

 

I guess if you work with learners then you would be unwise to ignore this Pew study about how 31% of adults use phones for most of their Internet access, 45% for ages 18-29.

 

It's convenient, cellphones are easier to use all the time, low income folks tend to use it as their only net access. If you are not factoring these facts into your pedagogy, then you are already way behind the curve.  Yes, most of us are behind the curve.  Dammit.

 

 


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Transcribe and translate tool could help foreign students follow lectures

Transcribe and translate tool could help foreign students follow lectures | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

A new computer system that automatically transcribes lectures and translates them into English is being tested at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, or KIT, in southwest Germany.


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James Paul Gee: Learning with Video Games

James Paul Gee: Learning with Video Games | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it
In this Edutopia video, gaming expert James Paul Gee shares insights into why video games are such effective learning tools.
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Why Should Techies Care About Education Theory?

Why Should Techies Care About Education Theory? | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

Aubrey Watters (@aubreywatters):

"Debates about education are by no means new: What’s the best way to teach? What’s the best way to learn? What should the curriculum be? Who should have access to specialized knowledge and specialized training? How does technology impact all of these questions? ......

Rather than outline the history of education or the history of education theory from Plato the philosopher to PLATO the online learning system, here is a brief overview of 5 of the 20th century’s most important educational theorists. Their influence can still be felt today, both in how we view the educational system and the educational process.....

Implied here, of course, is that knowing both the history of education and theories of education are important. The case for the former is made best, arguably, by George Santayana: “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” The case for the latter: we all have theories about how and what people should teach and learn – whether we are conscious of this or not, whether we have studied the subject formally or not. In part, it’s because we all have experiences as learners and as students. Recognizing this and in turn looking to the work of those who’ve thought deeply and researched extensively on the subject can help us think critically about how we approach education – again, as a system and a process."

 


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Direct YouTube Downloader

Direct YouTube Downloader | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

Download Youtube videos and save in formats suitable for a range of mobile devices and tablets.


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theo kuechel's comment, August 1, 2012 4:22 AM
Although this downloads for IOS and other devices; it is worth noting thta the application itself is Windows only.
theo kuechel's comment, August 1, 2012 6:10 AM
Although this downloads YouTube videos in formats suitable for for IOS and other devices; it is worth noting that the application itself is Windows only.
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5 Things Not To Do During an iPad Rollout -- THE Journal

5 Things Not To Do During an iPad Rollout -- THE Journal | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it
K-12 teachers and administrators pinpoint five different areas that schools should be aware of when rolling out iPad initiatives.

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Digital Pedagogy Seminar Resources

Digital Pedagogy Seminar Resources | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

DIGITAL HUMANITIES SUMMER INSTITUTE 2012 | UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

"Intended for teaching faculty, instructors, librarians, and graduate students, this course provides a “best practices” approach to using digital humanities tools and processes in humanities courses for the purposes of communication, collaboration and facility of research. The course will unfold along two parallel tracks, [1] an overview of how best to incorporate DH tools into a given syllabus—how to harness DH tools to support larger pedagogical objectives, set goals, and manage expectations, and [2] a practical examination of a variety of DH tools, from those serving the needs of a particular course (e.g., “home-built” digital editions, wikis, blogs, websites, GIS/Google Maps, and content management systems such as Moodle) to more general purpose, web 2.0 tools (e.g., Zotero, Prezi, Twitter, YouTube, and Dipity). Across the five days of DHSI, the course will move from a theoretical to a practical framework."

 

A wonderful set of resources here which I came across on reading this article:

 http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/Journal/files/Dig_Hum_Dig_Ped.html#unique-entry-id-50


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Discover, Bookmark And Share Videos With Clipulse - What a great tool to curate charity videos

Discover, Bookmark And Share Videos With Clipulse - What a great tool to curate charity videos | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

From about page on official website:

"Clipulse is a social video discovery platform allows you to gather, organise and share amazing and interesting videos from around the web. Bookmark your interesting videos and share it with others to let them catch a glimpse of your cool collection.


Checkout the uber cool "Clipper" tool that helps you clip the most amazing videos you come across the web. Enrich your video streaming experience by discovering and sharing new contents with your friends.

 

Here are some key features:

- You can only join Clipulse by logging into your account with Facebook;

- Create a new library, use the "Create" button in the Clipulse page;

- To clip the videos from the web either use the "Clipper" button provided at the top of a Clipulse page or another option is to use the "Clip via link";

- Use the inbuilt search feature in Clipulse to find videos that matches your interest and shared in public by other members. Also if you loved a video and wish to share, you could do so by clicking the "ReClip" button in the video page;

- A share button in the video view page helps you share interesting videos, with other selected social networking and bookmarking sites..."

 

 

Try out it here: http://clipulse.com

 

About page: http://clipulse.com/aboutus

 

Read more: http://clipulse.com/faq


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What Do Students Think Of Mobile Learning?

What Do Students Think Of Mobile Learning? | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

"Are students addicted to their phones? We don’t need a study to know they are. But why? What is the biggest reason they can’t put their phones down? We now know the answer(s) thanks to Answer Underground. They’re resident experts in the area of mobile learning since they have a free app that connects students with information through a study group Q&A environment."


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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 33 Digital Skills Every 21st Century Teacher should Have | Emerging Learning Technologies

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 33 Digital Skills Every 21st Century Teacher should Have | Emerging Learning Technologies | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 33 Digital Skills Every 21st Century Teacher should Have | @scoopit http://t.co/rrxxPikr...

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Is Khan Academy a real ‘education solution’?

Is Khan Academy a real ‘education solution’? | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

The Khan Academy has been in the education news though it’s not the kind of publicity that its founder, Salman Khan, would have chosen if given the choice.
'In the kingdom of the blind, the one eyed man is king'.


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Why Networks Matter in Teaching & Learning


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Paula Silva's comment, August 30, 2012 7:38 AM
I'm part of the presentation - slide 83. Isn't that an honour and an achievement?
http://storify.com/paula_ary/networking-to-learn
We learn a lot with the best people, like Paulo Simões.

Thank you.
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The Myth of Learning Styles

The Myth of Learning Styles | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

The most popular current conception of learning styles equates style with the preferred bodily sense through which one receives information, whether it be visual, auditory, or kinesthetic (for some reason, no one claims that there are tactile or olfactory learners). We use this sensory definition of learning styles in the examples below, but our conclusions apply equally to other definitions.


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Linda Alexander's comment, July 9, 2012 8:29 AM
While many valid points were certainly made, the article doesn't bust any myths. Foremost, too many folks are capitalizing on learning style books and programs that are not grounded in scientific evidence and may actually harm the way we "think about thinking" and classroom learning. We need to move beyond popular psychology, left and right brain divisions, and attempts to number specific learning styles; theories and programs not thoroughly vetted by evidenced-based research or the cognitive sciences. The brain is far more complex, holistic and malleable than generally believed today. The continual efforts to divide and conquer brain functionality limits the way we view human intelligence, creativity and sparking individual potential. Nonetheless, most of us readily admit we've generally advanced in our thinking with kudos to some of the early learning styles and multiple intelligence myth busters. Moreover, we continue to learn more about processing skills, learning and intelligence in ways that will open doors for children and serve positive purposes in classrooms....
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How I use social media for my professional development

How I use social media for my professional development | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

The issue of how we use social media for our own development as teachers and as digitally skilled individuals, is one that I believe is of vital importance though, not just because it can enable us to keep developing as teachers through the content, ideas, resources and above all people it gives us access to, but also because the way use digital media for our own development should guide and influence the way we use it with our students and build their digital literacies and communication skills.


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Vialogues : What is Writing, Anyway?

Vialogues : What is Writing, Anyway? | Educational Technology and New Pedagogies | Scoop.it

Kevin Hodgson says, "We often have discussions about whether or not technology and media and connectiveness is changing our perceptions of what it means to write."

 

And so begins a comment riff between us (I hope among us if others will join in) on his found poem/video "What is Writing, Anyway?".  All of this is made 'frictionless' (read--easy) by Vialogues ( https://vialogues.com/).  Vialogues allows you to upload videos, use youtube videos or borrow from others on the site which you can mark up.  The annotations can include Q&A, multiple choice questions, and comments/threaded discussion.  Comment and threaded discussion are the star attrations of the show.

 

Here is vialogue based on a video that one of Kevin's students created for his class this past Spring:  https://vialogues.com/vialogues/play/4012 ; I am sure Kevin and his student would appreciate some useful comments and discussion.  It is open to the public for the moment so play nice.

 

It should be obvious to any teacher how this jacks into our students' love of video/YouTube/Vimeo/allthings vid.  We have hacked the vid with text, but I think this is quite a bit better than the generic and juvenile commentariat at YouTube otherwise known as troll magnets. 

 

I would like to see people use this to open up their workflow as they comment on how they used certain tools in making videos and what thought and work choices they made. Think of it as a director's commentary to a DVD.  I would really value such and I think Vialogues can manage it.

 

I would like to see the addition of other embeddable media here: slideshares, scribr, box, dropbox, but I am happy for now.  And it is FREE. 

 

 

 


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