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TubeChop - Chop YouTube Videos

TubeChop - Chop YouTube Videos | eLanguages | Scoop.it
TubeChop allows you to easily chop a funny or interesting section from any YouTube video and share it.
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This application could be fun :)

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Speech was given to man to conceal his thoughts (La parole a été donné à l’homme pour déguiser sa pensée). - Talleyrand
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Understanding Unconscious Bias in the Workplace - Marshall E-Learning

Understanding Unconscious Bias in the Workplace - Marshall E-Learning | eLanguages | Scoop.it
In the UK companies are subject to a legal framework that requires their compliance and holds them to account for their actions, policies and procedures. There are numerous methods that help to eliminate discrimination embedded in many workplace policies and processes. Whilst policies and procedures support the creation of a more equitable workplace, it’
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New Horizon Report 2017 and Digital toolkit - start the conversation in your district


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With more than 15 years of research and publications, the NMC Horizon Report Project is education’s longest running exploration of emerging technology trends and uptake. The research behind the NMC/CoSN Horizon Report: 2017 K–12 Edition is jointly conducted by the New Media Consortium (NMC) and the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and is made possible by mindSpark Learning. The report charts the five-year impact of innovative practices and technology for K–12 education around the world, looking at six key trends, six significant challenges, and six developments in educational technology. More than 60 researchers and experts collaborated to select and explore these topics which are poised to impact teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in K–12 education.
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Anti-Turnitin manifesto calls for resistance to some technology in digital age

Anti-Turnitin manifesto calls for resistance to some technology in digital age | eLanguages | Scoop.it

Essay argues the age of big data is the time for professors to reconsider their reliance on the anti-plagiarism business.


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Beautiful Video explaining Autism

A must watch video for everyone who wants to know the beautiful world of autism. Don't miss it
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First-year writing classes can teach students how to make fact-based arguments (essay)

First-year writing classes can teach students how to make fact-based arguments (essay) | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Such a class can provide a model for constructive, fact-based public discourse and stand as a model of principled resistance in a “fake news” era, argues John Duffy.
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What are the Digital Competences Educators really need?

What are the Digital Competences Educators really need? | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Digital Competence has become a hot topic, especially for school education. While schools are still struggling with the digital infrastructure, students are already using digital technologies widely, for life and leisure, but also to support their learning - whether or not this is foreseen in curricula. Students' life is a digital life.

Schools, teachers and education ministries are aware of this and are increasingly focusing on developing curricula, guidelines or materials to ensure that students use technology creatively and critically, effectively, meaningfully and responsibly.

As programmes focusing on students' digital competence are taking off, the call for equipping teachers – or more generally: educators at all levels – with digital skills is getting louder. But what are the digital competences educators need to have? Are we talking about dealing with digital devices or compiling digital learning resources? Are we talking about technical skills or pedagogical competences? What is it that makes an educator – as educator – digitally competent?

The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) intends to answer these questions. And its answer is easy: Yes, educators do need to have a good level of overall digital competence (as captured for example in the 'DigComp' general Digital Competence Framework for Citizens), because they are citizens in a digital age and role models for the next generation. However, to be digitally competent educators, they need a specific set of competences that focuses on their professional activities.
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How Meaningful Feedback for Teachers and Students Improves Relationships

How Meaningful Feedback for Teachers and Students Improves Relationships | eLanguages | Scoop.it
A National Teacher of the Year demonstrates how he regularly tries to improve his teaching practice, this time by giving and getting more authentic feedback.
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​Online Courses Shouldn’t Use Remote Proctoring Tools. Here’s Why. (EdSurge News)

​Online Courses Shouldn’t Use Remote Proctoring Tools. Here’s Why. (EdSurge News) | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Thoughts about online proctoring have been taking up more of my time and energy than I’d like to admit. Rather than spending most of my time time helping people become better online teachers, I have been figuring out how to meet two competing objectives: increase online course offerings and avoid ad
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Teaching for Success: Learning and Learners - Online Course

Teaching for Success: Learning and Learners - Online Course | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Understand learners, policy and practice with this continuing professional development course for English language teachers.
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Do You Struggle to Keep Eye Contact? Here's What's Happening in Your Brain

Do You Struggle to Keep Eye Contact? Here's What's Happening in Your Brain | eLanguages | Scoop.it
The average amount of eye contact adults make is 30-60% per conversation, 60-70% if they feel invested. 
 
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How sign language innovators are bringing music to the deaf

How sign language innovators are bringing music to the deaf | eLanguages | Scoop.it
A growing number of ASL interpreters are bringing visuals to a hearing-centric musical world.
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Collaborate With Students to Create Quiz Games

Collaborate With Students to Create Quiz Games | eLanguages | Scoop.it

Triventy  is a free quiz game platform that earlier today I introduced to a great group of teachers in New Hampshire. The concept behin


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Developing a Growth Mindset in Teachers and Staff

Developing a Growth Mindset in Teachers and Staff | eLanguages | Scoop.it
We share evidence and practitioner-based learning strategies that empower you to improve K-12 education.
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How To Use A Rubric Without Stifling Creativity

How To Use A Rubric Without Stifling Creativity | eLanguages | Scoop.it
How To Use A Rubric Without Stifling Creativity
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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, May 15, 10:47 AM
I did several things in using rubrics. First, I spent a considerable amount of time with the various curicula (9 to 11 core subjects). I read and considered what students were being asked to learn. I interpreted and prepared rubrics through that lens. Second, I edited each time I used a rubric. I discovered new insights. Third, I went over the rubrics with students which informed point 2. This provided them with insights as they began an activity and they were comfortable asking questions and making observations along the way.
Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, May 27, 1:19 PM
I reviewed and edited my rubrics each time I used them. I sat with the program of studies while doing that. I included students in the process, going over the rubrics and asking them what they understood about them and their learning.
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How To Use A Rubric Without Stifling Creativity
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What will learning look like in 2025? - eCampus News

What will learning look like in 2025? - eCampus News | eLanguages | Scoop.it
How will technologies such as virtual reality teaching assistants and immersive learning experiences impact higher education in the coming years?
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10 Steps for Avoiding Teacher Burnout

10 Steps for Avoiding Teacher Burnout | eLanguages | Scoop.it
To avoid teacher burnout, Edutopia blogger Ben Johnson proposes ten tips that include trusting students more, exercising, and redecorating classrooms.
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Teaching a Class With Big Ability Differences

Teaching a Class With Big Ability Differences | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Techniques for meeting the needs of students with diverse abilities and interests.
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Hattie effect size list - 195 Influences Related To Achievement 

Hattie effect size list - 195 Influences Related To Achievement  | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Hattie effect size list of 138 influences across all areas related to student achievement.
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Five Critical Skills to Empower Students in the Digital Age

Five Critical Skills to Empower Students in the Digital Age | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Using the first five days of school to teach learning skills that will be used throughout the course is a great way to start the new school year.
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Beware of the Word ‘Flexible’: Architect Danish Kurani on Designing 21st Century Schools (EdSurge News)

Beware of the Word ‘Flexible’: Architect Danish Kurani on Designing 21st Century Schools (EdSurge News) | eLanguages | Scoop.it

“Flexible.” It’s a word that often pops up in conversations about redesigning learning environments, relating to choices in furniture or movable walls. But according to
Danish Kurani, redesigning 21st century classrooms goes much deeper than merely achieving flexibility—it involves going all t
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How to Integrate Green Screens Into Any Classroom (EdSurge News)

How to Integrate Green Screens Into Any Classroom (EdSurge News) | eLanguages | Scoop.it
Green screens, once a staple of any special effects film studio, are now becoming an exciting and realistic addition for any digital classroom. But where to begin?With a digital camera, a green backdrop, and a simple green-screen app or movie editing software, any student can incorporate this techno
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