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How To Use Google Drive and Evernote To Create Digital Portfolios - Edudemic

How To Use Google Drive and Evernote To Create Digital Portfolios - Edudemic | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
As iPads proliferate in schools around the world, and students as well as teachers create more and more content, questions about what to do with all of those learning objects have arisen.

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John Purificati's comment, September 16, 2013 9:54 PM
Good stuff.
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Making the best use of #Evernote and #GoogleDrive

Michaela Vila's curator insight, February 13, 2014 11:42 AM

This is a fantastic idea for students to combined PBL and technology. I think this is also a way for teachers to digitally document PBL. I use an iPad and Evernote every day for school, but I never thought of it being a tool for as a future teacher. Though this idea would could only be used for a small amount of classrooms right now, I love this idea and I want to keep it in my back pocket. 

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Emerging Sources Citation Index: la nueva base de datos de la Web of Science.

Emerging Sources Citation Index: la nueva base de datos de la Web of Science. | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
En noviembre de 2015, la Web of Science (WOS) creó una nueva base de datos, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), que añadió a su colección principal. Aunque

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Ten easy ways to integrate technology in your classroom

Ten easy ways to integrate technology in your classroom | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

"Using technology in class should always be motivated by a real need to optimize students' learning and to enhance your teaching. Every time you want to digitize a teaching task ask yourself the following  questions: what are the added advantages of integrating technology in this ..."


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Innovate My School - The importance of Art and culture subjects in schools

Innovate My School - The importance of Art and culture subjects in schools | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Architectural Design is not a subject normally taught in schools. Because it presents something of a novelty to children, it often produces some very creative and exciting results. Furzedown Primary School in South West London regularly hold a sequence of lessons in its summer term focusing on this with a Year 5 class. The process starts looking at structure and continues with spacial design, materials, drawing techniques followed by model making. The children are normally given a brief and asked to design a pavilion. To conclude the sequence of lessons, a selection of projects is chosen to build full scale.

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Lucca, 20 febbraio - 25 febbraio  2017: Festival della Didattica Digitale

Lucca, 20 febbraio - 25 febbraio  2017: Festival della Didattica Digitale | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

ripensare l'istruzione a partire da tre elementi strategici: "la scuola e i suoi spazi, la ricerca didattica e le sue pratiche, la formazione con i suoi metodi e strumenti". Il Festival si propone come spazio per la condivisione e la discussione su queste tematiche


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Festival della didattica digitale, Lucca, lunedì 20 febbraio - sabato 25 febbraio L'idea che anima la manifestazione è quella di ripensare l'istruzione a partire da tre elementi strategici: "la scuola e i suoi spazi, la ricerca didattica e le sue pratiche, la formazione con i suoi metodi e strumenti". Il Festival si propone come spazio per la condivisione e la discussione su queste tematiche.
Il Festival della Didattica Digitale è organizzato dalla fondazione Uibi di Lucca e ideato insieme ad Indire. 

L'INIZIATIVA
L'iniziativa si propone come un'esperienza che si sviluppa attraverso 4 percorsi integrati che fanno capo a 4 differenti aree: 

# area didattica 
Didattica e pedagogie: trasformare insegnamento e apprendimento trasformando gli ambienti e le pratiche. Esperienze didattiche raccontate dagli studenti, animatori digitali, mostre e conferenze, buone pratiche, laboratori STEAM 

# area della ricerca 
I risultati della ricerca internazionale sul tema della manualità e del suo ruolo e significato nel mondo dominato dal digitale 

# area dell'innovazione 
Il mondo del lavoro e delle aziende di fronte alla sfida dell'innovazione: start up e innovazione tecnologica, ambienti di apprendimento per trasformare la scuola 

# Extra 
esibizioni, laboratori, mostre, dedicati a cultura e competenza nelle discipline e nelle arti. 

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dai primi di febbraio disponibile il programma dettagliato 
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Trends in literacy for 2017 (infographic)

Trends in literacy for 2017 (infographic) | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
International Literacy Association has just released an annual What’s Hot in Literacy report aimed at spotting the changing literacy trends from year…
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Connectivism – the knowledge of the connected individual

Connectivism – the knowledge of the connected individual | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
We are connected to a network: friends, colleagues, TV, advert bill boards, newspapers, magazines, internet devices – huge amounts of knowledge. A key aspect of the theory of connectivism is that knowledge doesn’t just live in human minds but also in physical nodes of a network. It sounds a bit science fiction when we say that knowledge can reside outside of ourselves but this can be seen in many aspects of everyday life. How reliant are you on a quick internet search or a quick message to someone to ask a question? YouTube contains a huge amount of self help from DIY fixes to meditation. That connection is broadening with the internet of things which takes the connection away from devices with screens to everyday things such as doorbells and fridges – they are learning.

The idea of an algorithm replacing a knowledge worker or a robot building a car is becoming more and more real. Will a robot take your job? can tell you how long you have to make plans for that new career. Karl Marx called this phenomenon, the general intellect. He said that nature does not create the robots and computer software to remove jobs, it is human endeavour. When these machines have been created, knowledge can reside within them and be part of society. We are one of many nodes in the knowledge network.

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10 Essential iPad Skills for Teachers

10 Essential iPad Skills for Teachers | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
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Online Presentation Software: 51 Alternatives to PowerPoint

Online Presentation Software: 51 Alternatives to PowerPoint | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
emaze lists 51 presentation software, alternatives to PowerPoint. Explore them, starting with emaze, free presentation software that offers many templates!

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Take Note: How to Curate Learning Digitally

Take Note: How to Curate Learning Digitally | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
In an age when simple facts can be Googled and students create with a combination of analog and digital tools, they need to think about note taking as an opportunity to curate and synthesize information so that they can make conclusions, build deeper understanding, and construct new knowledge. Whether students choose to handwrite, sketch, or type their notes, the challenge lies not in choosing, but in creating a system that allows them to ultimately curate, synthesize, and reflect on what they learn.

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Dr. Doris Molero's curator insight, January 15, 7:41 PM
Curation implies more than just collecting resources into a folder or notebook. It assumes a level of thoughtfulness as the curator considers the value that each artifact possesses within the context of the overall experience.

Students may choose to work on paper as well as digitally, taking photos to merge the two together. However, without careful consideration of curation, synthesis, and reflection, they may confuse the process rather than enhance it. Regardless of whether students prefer to initially take notes in physical or digital media, they need an opportunity to organize their work and connect ideas across the curriculum. At that point, the process shifts from simply transcribing notes to archiving learning. What are your thoughts about and experiences with digital curation?

Beth Holland Johns Hopkins University Doctoral Student & EdTechTeacher Instructor
 
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How to curate digitally! 
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15 Excellent YouTube Channels for Language Teachers and ESL Learners

15 Excellent YouTube Channels for Language Teachers and ESL Learners | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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An Interesting Infographic Featuring 16 Great Writing Guides for Teachers and Students

An Interesting Infographic Featuring 16 Great Writing Guides for Teachers and Students | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Augmented Reality – A New Dawn of Possibilities in Online Training / eLearning

The concept of augmenting the real world by virtual data has started in late 1970s. In 1990, Augmented Reality (AR) was coined by Tom Caudell. Since then, Augmented Reality has been adopted by few large corporations for visualization and training purposes. In this blog, we will discuss the Five... http://elearningfeeds.com/augmented-reality-a-new-dawn-of-possibilities-in-online-training-elearning/
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Innovate My School - Four ways to support Music lessons with iPads

Innovate My School - Four ways to support Music lessons with iPads | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Perhaps, however, Music teachers have an advantage. While other subject teachers are more accustomed to books, videos and websites as resources, Music teachers are accustomed to using a much wider gamut of tools - instruments. If we can encourage Music teachers to view the iPad as another instrument and a vehicle by which children can make genuinely music progress, then we are well on the way to making the most of this 21st century resource.

So, how can music teachers deliver real learning with the Apple iPad?

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The Flip Side of Abysmal MOOC Completion Rates? Discovering the Most Tenacious Learners (EdSurge News)

The Flip Side of Abysmal MOOC Completion Rates? Discovering the Most Tenacious Learners (EdSurge News) | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Usman Khaliq was an engineering student in northeastern Pakistan when he took his first MOOC. He quickly began supplementing his education with online courses from Stanford and Carnegie Mellon. Between 2014 and 2016 Usman earned 21
verified certificates from Coursera and completed 11 social en

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The Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit – Modern Workplace Learning Magazine

The Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit – Modern Workplace Learning Magazine | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

There is a lot of interest in the behaviour of the Modern Learner, but in the context of work it is more appropriate to talk about the Modern Professional Learner. The Modern Professional Learner learns for, at and through work in many different ways – i.e. not just in formal training or e-learning, but through everyday work experiences as well as on the Web.  In doing so the Modern Professional Learner makes use of a wide variety of tools.


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Marta Torán's curator insight, February 6, 3:55 PM

Jane Hart nos cuenta en este post que el aprendizaje de los profesionales de hoy en día va más allá de los cursos formales o las interacciones informales.

 

Se aprende en el trabajo y en muy diferentes contextos. 

 

Nos ofrece un Toolkit que intenta recoger todas las herramientas, entornos y modelos de aprendizaje.

Oskar Almazan's curator insight, February 6, 10:09 PM
The diagram below shows the key tools a Modern Professional Learner might use in 12 different contexts – many of which appear on the Top 200 Tools for Learning 2016 . How many do you use for your own professional learning? How many do you support in your organisation to underpin learning in the modern workplace?
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Tools that can be used as professional learners. these tools provide learning not by formal learning or by e-learning but through experience by using web designs. 
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How Students Can Use Timeline Templates in the Classroom

How Students Can Use Timeline Templates in the Classroom | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
A foreign language teacher provides her ideas and examples for using infographic timelines in the classroom, both as assignments and visual aids.
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How can schools protect student data without training teachers in privacy basics? - by CHRIS BERDIK

How can schools protect student data without training teachers in privacy basics? - by CHRIS BERDIK | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Gearing up for their district’s password-reset day in October, teachers and school administrators in Raytown, Missouri, watched a spoof video “gym” tour by their tech-support staff, who offered tips for stronger passwords amidst “laptop lunges” and “cross-tech” training. Every few months in Raytown, there’s a new silly video with the serious purpose of safeguarding student …

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Three Strategies to Power Your Self-Directed Learning

Three Strategies to Power Your Self-Directed Learning | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
The idea of school and college teaching you the skills you need to succeed is so laughable today that it is considered a joke among employers. This holds true even in an entry level job. People expect high-performers to constantly learn and improve outside of their formal education. Economic, information, and technological forces have come together to form an economy where agility commands more value than entrenchment.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 22, 7:12 AM

Some useful tips.

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Project-based Learning: Teachers' Guide

Project-based Learning: Teachers' Guide | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
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School Librarians: [Un]Quiet Leaders of Digital Change

School Librarians: [Un]Quiet Leaders of Digital Change | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Last spring at the #GoOpen Exchange, I had the opportunity to facilitate a discussion with district leaders on approaches to curating openly licensed educational resources. Leaders from #GoOpen…

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Learning In The Age Of Digital Distraction

Learning In The Age Of Digital Distraction | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
There needs to be some positive acceptance that young people are going to use this technology. I don't think that just denying it is reasonable. I also don't think an extended period of removing technology is likely to be helpful. I think that it is reasonable to take technology "time outs," to have environments and maybe even times where the family interacts with each other and not the outside world through texts. It's sort of a return to the dinner table as a place where you learn how to engage in face-to-face, meaningful contact. Put your tech aside. You can return to it afterwards.

And I think to lead by example is critical because we now know that parents are as guilty as their kids in pulling out a phone during a dinner conversation and texting. I think that that is really critical just to say it has to be balanced and we're going to practice how to balance it as a family.

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Connectivism – the knowledge of the connected individual

Connectivism – the knowledge of the connected individual | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
It maybe useful to distinguish the types of learner that we are promoting a connectivist model towards. Learners who are experienced in a particular domain can pull knowledge from a variety of sources to interact with existing schema. Having some domain knowledge already allows them to create the interaction independently.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 13, 10:09 AM

Always good to read more about connectivism.

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Google Released A New 3D Digital Story Telling Tool

Google Released A New 3D Digital Story Telling Tool | Educational Technology | Scoop.it
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Teaching science with engaging picture books

Teaching science with engaging picture books | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

"Melissa Stewart and Nancy Chesley's Perfect Pairs skillfully uses fiction and nonfiction life science books to supplement inquiry based learning in grades 3-5 ..."


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Why Teachers Matter More in a Flipped Classroom

Why Teachers Matter More in a Flipped Classroom | Educational Technology | Scoop.it

The reason Flipped Learning makes teachers more valuable is that it changes the dynamic of the classroom. No longer is content delivery the focus of the class, nor is the teacher’s main responsibility the dissemination of knowledge. Instead, teachers take on the role of a facilitator of learning. They can work with students in small groups and have more one-on-one interactions. The simple act of removing the direct instruction (lecture) from the whole group changes the dynamic of the room and allows the teacher more time to personalize and individualize the learning for each student. Each student gets his/her own education tailored to their individual needs. Instead of a one size fits all education, each student gets just what they need when they need it. So if you are flipping your class, know that your role is more valuable than just a stream of knowledge. You…Connect, Listen, Push, Go Deeper, Laugh, Interact, Inspire, Play, Provoke, Encourage, and Motivate. You are a teacher!


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