How do you use technology, apps, games or Web2.0 tools in your teaching? Welcome to the European Competition 2.0 competition. On this page you will find information and links to everything you will need to enter this exciting competition. For the full guides and rules please download this document.
Joel Josephson's insight:
European Competition 2.0 - The Ed2.0Work Network Using Internet & mobile apps in education Enter now, Closing date 12 September 2014 at 12.00noon The European Competition 2.0 asks educators/teachers to show how they are using Internet software or sites and mobile apps in innovative and creative ways in their teaching. To enter you need to make a short video showing how you use the app. The best, decided by are international panel of judges, will win prizes and be invited to present their ideas (all expenses paid) at the European Conference in the Applications of Enabling Technologies, 2014 20-21 November 2014, Glasgow, Scotland. (please note, only flights originating within Europe can be funded). See more about the competition and full details how to enter at http://sigs.ed20work.eu/competition The amazing judging team includes: • Russell Stannard • Shelly Sanchez Terrell • Sylvia Guinan Ed2.0Work is a European Union funded education project that has two missions: To create a network that spans education and the world of work and is designed to improve the use of Web2.0 tools in both fields. To create a set of tools for the empirical evaluation of Web2.0 tools The project will create a network between stakeholders in the education and work sectors that will examine how both should be using Web2.0 in the education and work environments. Ed20Work SIG site http://sigs.ed20work.eu/home Ed20Work Website http://www.ed20work.eu/
Welcome to the Center on Instruction, your gateway to a cutting-edge collection of scientifically based research and information on K-12 instruction in reading, math, science, special education, and English language learning.
Create, upload and share your own space, solar system, planet and universe themed infographics on the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory website. We provide the data, graphics, images and research to get you started!
In the first of a new series of study skills for CLIL, Jean Brewster takes the very topical subject of thinking skills and looks at how CLIL teaching embraces many of the thinking skills principles and how this benefits the learner.
A comprehensive site exploring Geography, with online lessons, revision sheets, and easy to read information about the geography topics you cover at school. Great for students, teachers and others interested in Geography.
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