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5 Levels Of Technology Integration In Curriculum - TeachThought

5 Levels Of Technology Integration In Curriculum - TeachThought | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

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"The integration of technology in learning is not new. In the 1980s, many schools had fancy calculators, Macintosh computers, and were even teaching students basic coding.

 

This kind of integration often happened at the lesson or activity level, meaning that it was often surface-level, tacked-on, and perhaps a bit superficial.

 

The power of technology is difficult to fully leverage without curriculum-level integration. This means choosing tools, platforms, and policies based on standards, assessment, and instruction. A side benefit to this approach is the possibility of teacher collaboration and “same-pageness.”"


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A coninuum of integration.

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Lessons Learned- and those still to be learned.  

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HISD is making the 1:1 transition for the high schools this year!!

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7 Fabulous iPad Apps to Create Short Animated Lessons for Your Flipped Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

7 Fabulous iPad Apps to Create Short Animated Lessons for Your Flipped Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
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Nada es mágico ni conviene en todos los casos. Pero hay que probar!

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Engagement is when, not just what or how | Another dot in the ...

Engagement is when, not just what or how | Another dot in the ... | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
I have reflected several times about the issue of "engaging learners". ... If you do this you do not just tell your students things they can Google for themselves.

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5 Levels Of Technology Integration In Curriculum - TeachThought

5 Levels Of Technology Integration In Curriculum - TeachThought | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

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"The integration of technology in learning is not new. In the 1980s, many schools had fancy calculators, Macintosh computers, and were even teaching students basic coding.

 

This kind of integration often happened at the lesson or activity level, meaning that it was often surface-level, tacked-on, and perhaps a bit superficial.

 

The power of technology is difficult to fully leverage without curriculum-level integration. This means choosing tools, platforms, and policies based on standards, assessment, and instruction. A side benefit to this approach is the possibility of teacher collaboration and “same-pageness.”"


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A coninuum of integration.

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DebbOliver's curator insight, July 16, 2013 12:10 PM

Lessons Learned- and those still to be learned.  

Amanda Ponder's curator insight, July 17, 2013 12:58 PM

HISD is making the 1:1 transition for the high schools this year!!

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Augmented Reality: The Future of EdTech

Augmented Reality: The Future of EdTech | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
Augmented reality is transforming the educational landscape. It gives students an up close look at objects like never before, and gives them the platform to be creative in their learning

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The reality is - this is really coming.... fast!

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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Must Have Free Handbook for Learning Using Technology

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Must Have Free Handbook for Learning Using Technology | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

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Evaluating web-based tools for language instruction | Liverpool Online

Evaluating web-based tools for language instruction | Liverpool Online | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

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Project-Based Learning Leads to Innovation

Project-Based Learning Leads to Innovation | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
Unique, project-based learning opportunities foster students' passion and creativity and allow teachers to promote innovation and Deeper Learning.

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Twitter / thomcoffee: Part 21st century learning ...

Twitter / thomcoffee: Part 21st century learning ... | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
RT @thomcoffee: Part 21st century learning lab, part cafe, all surprise and delight! #Eminence #schoolonfire http://t.co/zKsv7kSphb
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Educational Theory and Practice: The Multitasking Myth: Technology Use and Instructional Outcomes

Educational Theory and Practice: The Multitasking Myth: Technology Use and Instructional Outcomes | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

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The Flipped Classroom Boosts Grades 5%. Why That's As Big As We Can Expect.

The Flipped Classroom Boosts Grades 5%. Why That's As Big As We Can Expect. | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
Classrooms across the nation are adopting a new technology trend known as the “flipped” classroom, where students watch lecture videos as homework and teachers use class-time for discussion.

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This is flippin' incredible!

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5 Levels Of Technology Integration In Curriculum - TeachThought

5 Levels Of Technology Integration In Curriculum - TeachThought | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

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"The integration of technology in learning is not new. In the 1980s, many schools had fancy calculators, Macintosh computers, and were even teaching students basic coding.

 

This kind of integration often happened at the lesson or activity level, meaning that it was often surface-level, tacked-on, and perhaps a bit superficial.

 

The power of technology is difficult to fully leverage without curriculum-level integration. This means choosing tools, platforms, and policies based on standards, assessment, and instruction. A side benefit to this approach is the possibility of teacher collaboration and “same-pageness.”"


Via John Evans, ScienceandTechnology
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Lessons Learned- and those still to be learned.  

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Amanda Ponder's curator insight, July 17, 2013 12:58 PM

HISD is making the 1:1 transition for the high schools this year!!

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A coninuum of integration.

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Blended Learning Sports Variety of Approaches

Blended Learning Sports Variety of Approaches | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
Educators are identifying promising models for mixing online learning and face-to-face instruction that emphasize a more personalized approach to education.

 

As blended learning models, which mix face-to-face and online instruction, become more common in schools, classroom educators and administrators alike are navigating the changing role of teachers—and how schools can best support them in that new role.
"This is a whole new world for education," says Royce Conner, the acting head of school for the 178-student San Francisco Flex Academy, a public charter school.
In the grades 9-12 school, students spend about half the day working on "the floor"—a large open room of study carrels where students hunker down with their laptops to work with online curricula provided by K12 Inc.—and the other half of the day in pullout groups with teachers. Which students are in pullout groups, when the groups meet, and how often they meet depend on the progress each student is making in his or her online classes, says Conner.


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Why I Flip-Flopped on the Flipped Classroom

Why I Flip-Flopped on the Flipped Classroom | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

As our classroom shifted from teacher- to student-centered, my students began to do the majority of their own research. Sometimes, this means they teach each other. Sometimes, they create a project around the knowledge they are ­acquiring. Sometimes, they create their own driving questions. Sometimes, they create their own units.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, April 5, 2013 3:15 AM

Interesting article on moving beyond the flipped classroom.

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How to Teach Your Students Digital Citizenship

How to Teach Your Students Digital Citizenship | Learning and the future | Scoop.it
A Platform for Good is a project of the Family Online Safety Institute designed to help parents, teachers and teens to connect, share and do good online.

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Why online education is mostly a fantasy

Why online education is mostly a fantasy | Learning and the future | Scoop.it

In the end, MOOCs and online programs primarily help those who are self motivated to learn, and the vast majority of these people would have figured out how to educate themselves, whether in college or on their own, regardless of whether or not online courses are available.

 


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Jason R Levine's comment, May 3, 2013 1:21 PM
There need not be a dichotomy of online learning and having the personalized attention of a teacher/coach. This article, and others like it, are misguided if their point is that online education will forever remain a fantasy; they are valuable articles in that they correctly note what's limiting and/or dysfunctional now to set us on course to the new "reality" of online and blended learning being superior to traditional "brick and mortar" education.
Mihail Gavrilov's curator insight, May 4, 2013 6:36 AM

интернет-обучение - преимущественно фантазии. Оно подходит только для мотивированных, целеустремленных, склонных к самостоятельному поиску знаний

silvermanmc's curator insight, May 6, 2013 10:56 AM

Learning has almost always been a social endeavor... online learning that approximates such...is potentially more effective...