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Cooperative Communication: Digital versus Voice

Cooperative Communication: Digital versus Voice | Educational technology | Scoop.it

.Now we have so many additional choices ranging from old fashioned email, the various forms of social media, texting, blogs, wikis, and face to face electronic conferencing like SKYPE or Google hangouts. Where do you get trained on when and how to effectively use all these ways to communicate?


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125 Top Blogs on Blended Learning

125 Top Blogs on Blended Learning | Educational technology | Scoop.it

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Patrick Hanks's curator insight, September 12, 2013 8:36 AM

Resources to help meet every student's learning needs where they can be most successful. 

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School for snooping: LA to monitor students' social media postings ...

Authorities in California are now snooping on school students' social media postings to catch law-breaking, bullying and other harmful activities.
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Gaming in the Classroom -- An Infographic | The Committed Sardine

Gaming in the Classroom -- An Infographic | The Committed Sardine | Educational technology | Scoop.it

Gaming, wikis, blogs, social media, interactive polls and QR codes: just some of the technologies that teachers are bringing into the classroom. The dizzying pace of tech evolutions offers some challenges as teachers and administrators race to keep up with the latest tools. The research discussed here shows the payoff for schools that become “friends” with educational gaming.

 

Experiments show how technology supports learning, with the potential to increase student engagement and motivation. Games target all kinds of subjects and age groups, with different types of gaming from strategy to simulations to hard-core curriculum topics. Teachers can access an arsenal of tools, from game consoles to laptops to smartphones.

 

Still, the U.S. government reports a lack of nationwide studies on the use of tech tools and gaming in education. Innovations come out so fast that there’s little time to do research on using gizmos like iPads in school. For parents and teachers who have concerns about gaming in classroom, here are some success stories.

 

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Facebook on campus: Students, staff gain access - Palm Coast Observer

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Facebook on campus: Students, staff gain access
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The change will also allow students to access other media-sharing and social networking websites from school, Technology Director Ryan Deising said.
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