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37 Blended Learning Resources You Can Use Tomorrow

37 Blended Learning Resources You Can Use Tomorrow | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
37 Blended Learning Resources You Can Use Tomorrow: blended learning, elearning, digital tools, khan academy, youtube...

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32 Interesting Ways to Use Padlet in the Classroom (Recuperado) - Google Slides | Diigo


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Kathleen Cercone's curator insight, February 5, 7:48 AM

Powerpoint- has some very good ideas

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The Guide to Google Apps for the iPad [infographic] - Updated! (31 Apps!) - Shake Up Learning

The Guide to Google Apps for the iPad [infographic] - Updated! (31 Apps!) - Shake Up Learning | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
“There are now tons of apps for iOS devices that integrate well with Google, and Google has release several official apps for the iPad. There is hope, Obi Wan, Google and Apple can play nice! The infographic embedded below details the most useful Google apps for the iPad. These are the apps that I find most useful not only for teachers, but any Google user. Take a look, download, and explore the wonderful possibilities of using Google Apps on the iPad! The online, interactive version embedded below includes links directly to the app store! You can also download the image file below.”
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Connectivism [Infographic]

Connectivism [Infographic] | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

The 8 Principles of Connectivism in a nice infographic. What does an online connectivist course look like? #CMOOC

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- http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Connectivism


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Jean-Louis LEFEBVRE's curator insight, February 5, 4:19 AM

Leçon d'infographie dans une présentation visuelle du connectivisme.

Richard Samson's curator insight, February 9, 2:35 AM

Is Moodle connectivist (Piaget)? Or socioconstructivist (Vygotsky)? (Have I got those associations right?) Or is it both? Hey-ho! More work to do! 

Jason Leong's curator insight, February 11, 4:35 AM

"#4 Capacity to know is more critical than what is currently known, i.e. "Know-where is more important than know-how and know-what""

 

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Free Technology for Teachers: Add Narration and More to Your PPT Files With PresentationTube

Free Technology for Teachers: Add Narration and More to Your PPT Files With PresentationTube | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
“ Add Narration and More to Your PPT Files With PresentationTube http://t.co/sE8CFQAm37”;
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Chris Carter's curator insight, February 9, 10:03 PM

If you are married to PowerPoint, then this site may be for you.

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How 2 schools use green screen iPad tools for authentic learning - Daily Genius

How 2 schools use green screen iPad tools for authentic learning - Daily Genius | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
“ Two schools are both alike in dignity. Part of our story takes place in Jersey City, NJ while the other part takes place 32 miles away in Roslyn, NY. Some would argue that this is the best of times and the worst of times in education. This case study will celebrate what is good about education today by presenting two stories that illustrate how Green Screen technology on iPad can be used to support authentic student voice in learning environments on different ends of the educational spectrum.”
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Challenging the supremacy of face-to-face teaching

Challenging the supremacy of face-to-face teaching | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

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32 Interesting Ways to Use Padlet in the Classroom (Recuperado) - Google Slides | Diigo


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Kathleen Cercone's curator insight, February 5, 7:48 AM

Powerpoint- has some very good ideas

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How to go beyond the basics of Flipped Learning - eCampus News ~ by Bridget McCrea

How to go beyond the basics of Flipped Learning - eCampus News ~ by Bridget McCrea | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

Often thought of as an instructional method whereby students watch online instructional videos at home and come to class prepared to do “homework,” Flipped Learning has come a long way since its origins in 2007. The concept has since evolved to include myriad instructional methods that take the basic concept and go further in method to turn traditional higher educational learning models on their heads.

“Professors are starting out with basic classroom ‘flips,’ and then moving into deeper learning pedagogies,” said Jon Bergmann, chief learning officer at FlippedClass.com and a pioneer of the innovative teaching concept, “including deeper project-based learning and flipped mastery models (i.e., where students prove that they learned a specific concept and then independently move onto a new module).”

"While Bergmann still sees the original “view video at home, do homework in class” model as a good starting point for new Flipped Learning adopters, he says educators are helping students interact with those videos and gain understanding from them. “It’s not just about assigning a video and hoping that the class watches it,” says Bergmann. “It’s about getting to the next level and truly engaging students in class, and in a way that positively impacts the learning experience.”

"Here’s how three different professors have used Flipped Learning to achieve that goal:"

 

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Good descriptions of what the professors are doing as well as a number of helpful videos.


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This Is How to Create Flipped Videos by Adding Interactive Elements and Annotations to YouTube Clips

This Is How to Create Flipped Videos by Adding Interactive Elements and Annotations to YouTube Clips | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

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Kelly's curator insight, January 28, 8:14 PM

Practical and easy ways to use YouTube's standard editing features to insert spotlights, text bubbles, clickable links, etc. at specific time-markers in an uploaded video thereby expanding available options and scope of learning.

 

Kristie's curator insight, January 29, 9:55 PM

Always looking for new ways to create interactivity. I had no idea you could do this with Youtube.

José Luis García's curator insight, January 31, 7:21 AM

Tools for flipped classroom

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10 Charts Comparing Popular Ed Tech Tools

10 Charts Comparing Popular Ed Tech Tools | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
"Over the last six weeks of 2014 I published a series of charts comparing popular ed tech tools. Judging by the number of visits to those posts, the charts were popular. Someone asked me this week if I had put them all together in one place. I hadn't until now. In this Google Drive folder you will find ten charts comparing popular ed tech tools."
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Beth Dichter's curator insight, January 27, 9:27 PM

Richard Byrne has created 1o charts that provide options for popular ed tech tools. Having published these on his blog within a series of posts, he has not gathered them  into one Google Drive folder. You will find charts that cover the following tools (quoted from his post):

  • Alternatives to Google Image Search
  • Backchannel and informal assessment tools
  • Building classroom websites
  • Building classroom blogs
  • Creating multimedia textbooks
  • Creating multimedia quizzes
  • Audio editing tools
  • Multimedia timeline tools
  • Mind-mapping tools
  • Mobile video creation apps

This is a great resource. Quickly find four or more options to explore. If you want additional information on the tools do a quick search on his blog to find more detailed reviews.

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The Secret to Teaching Great Writing: Use the News! | Edudemic

The Secret to Teaching Great Writing: Use the News! | Edudemic | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

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Flipped-Learning Toolkit: Getting Everybody On Board

Flipped-Learning Toolkit: Getting Everybody On Board | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
For parents, students, and administrators to make flipped learning a success, they must understand the best possible outcome and their roles in making it happen.

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12 Great Ways to Use Google Drive by Susan Oxnevad

12 Great Ways to Use Google Drive by Susan Oxnevad | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
TOUCH this image to discover its story. Image tagging powered by ThingLink

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A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: Amazing! 74 Infographics for Teacher-Librarians

A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: Amazing! 74 Infographics for Teacher-Librarians | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, February 4, 2:08 PM

What happens when you mix teacher-librarians with infographics?


Wonderful Things!

José Antônio Carlos - O Professor Pepe's curator insight, February 5, 6:36 AM

Muito útil.

Ruth Reynolds's curator insight, February 7, 1:37 AM

Some good Infographics here- not limited to librarian use.

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6 Important Things To Know About How Your Brain Learns

6 Important Things To Know About How Your Brain Learns | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
“Whether you want to learn a new language, learn to cook, or just get more out of the books you read, it helps to know how your brain learns.”
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12 Myths About Student Engagement - InformED

12 Myths About Student Engagement - InformED | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
“Student engagement is one of the most reliable predictors of gains in learning. We can all agree that students who actively participate in learning are m”
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David Baker's curator insight, February 17, 11:08 AM

Teacher actions can influence how students engage [with a course], making it relevant to understand their conceptions of student engagement and how to facilitate it,”

Cited From: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/features/student-engagement/#ixzz3S1EF19HV


Engagement is more than just sitting and looking attentive. I like how the focus is on what the teacher can do and examines the general beliefs and misconc ptions around engagement through the lens of research. 


SMARTERTEACHER's curator insight, February 19, 11:47 AM

Reminds me of Alfie Kohn, "If a child is off task, perhaps the problem is not the child, but the task."

Richard Gascoigne's curator insight, February 22, 12:57 PM

Synthesised data across the digital & physical campus ensures you are understanding what 'engagement' looks like in context of your institution, www.solutionpath.co.uk for further insights.

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10 Characteristics Of A Highly Effective Learning Environment

10 Characteristics Of A Highly Effective Learning Environment | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

Wherever we are, we’d all like to think our classrooms are “intellectually active” places. Progressive learning (like our 21st Century Model, for example) environments. Highly effective and conducive to student-centered learning. But what does that mean?


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Adrian Bertolini's curator insight, February 9, 9:47 PM

What could be some of the characteristics of a highly effective learning environment?

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Tech It Up Tuesday: 25 Favourite Googly Things

Tech It Up Tuesday: 25 Favourite Googly Things | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

So here it goes: My latest geeky girl adventure—a weekly series entitled “Tech It Up Tuesday” in which I will share an edtech tool, app, site or other resource that can be utilized in the educational setting.

 

 


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6 Types Of Assessment Of Learning

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6 Types Of Assessment Of Learning by TeachThought Staff If curriculum is the what of teaching, and learning models are the how, assessment is the puzzled “Hmmmm”–as in, I assumed this and this about student learning, but after giving this...

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The essential teacher's guide to social media - Daily Genius

The essential teacher's guide to social media - Daily Genius | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

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Jayne Courts's curator insight, February 9, 5:24 AM

Tuesday 10th February 2015 is Safer Internet  Day. Please visit http://safetytrain.org.uk/safer-internet-day-2015.html where Safety Train have details on how to stay safe online.

M. Fagot-Karcher's curator insight, February 9, 12:08 PM

intéressant, certes.

 

Simon Awuyo's curator insight, February 11, 2:11 PM

Almost all our students are addicted to social media. this is a point to take advantage of their interest to make them learn without  stress.

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Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: The Evidence is Clear. When Used Responsibly Cell Phones Support Learning

Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: The Evidence is Clear. When Used Responsibly Cell Phones Support Learning | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Teens today.

Always on their phones. Lightening fast thumbs sharing content on Snapchat, Vine, Instagram, Twitter and more. While teens, teachers, and parents are familiar with cell phone's use as a social tool, more and more are discovering they are a great learning resource as well. There's even evidence and research to prove it.

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10 Charts Comparing Popular Ed Tech Tools

10 Charts Comparing Popular Ed Tech Tools | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
"Over the last six weeks of 2014 I published a series of charts comparing popular ed tech tools. Judging by the number of visits to those posts, the charts were popular. Someone asked me this week if I had put them all together in one place. I hadn't until now. In this Google Drive folder you will find ten charts comparing popular ed tech tools."
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Beth Dichter's curator insight, January 27, 9:27 PM

Richard Byrne has created 1o charts that provide options for popular ed tech tools. Having published these on his blog within a series of posts, he has not gathered them  into one Google Drive folder. You will find charts that cover the following tools (quoted from his post):

  • Alternatives to Google Image Search
  • Backchannel and informal assessment tools
  • Building classroom websites
  • Building classroom blogs
  • Creating multimedia textbooks
  • Creating multimedia quizzes
  • Audio editing tools
  • Multimedia timeline tools
  • Mind-mapping tools
  • Mobile video creation apps

This is a great resource. Quickly find four or more options to explore. If you want additional information on the tools do a quick search on his blog to find more detailed reviews.

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A Very Good Plagiarism Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Educators ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Very Good Plagiarism Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Educators ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Today as I was sifting through some of graphics created by the Visual Communication Guy, I come across this interesting visual on plagiarism. This could be a very good document to use with your students in class to teach them about plagiarism : what constitutes an act of plagiarism and the different types of copyright violations involved in it. Unfortunately, as I was looking for a download link I found out that the visual is not free. You can access and read it in large version by clicking on the image there but if you want to have a copy you  need to pay. If you are looking for web tools to help you detect plagiarism in your students works, this list is a good place to start with. Enjoy

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10 Online Learning Trends to Watch in 2015 [#Infographic]

The future's biggest online movements in education are taking shape today.

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15 Lesson Plans For Making Students Better Online Researchers ~ Global Digital Citizen Foundation

15 Lesson Plans For Making Students Better Online Researchers ~ Global Digital Citizen Foundation | Faculty Development and Support for Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

"Google is usually one of the first places students turn to when tasked with an assignment. Whether it’s for research, real-time results, or just a little digital exploration … it’s important they know how to properly Google. Lucky for teachers (and students, of course), Google has a handy set of lesson plans that are just waiting to be unleashed upon the leaders of tomorrow.

 

"While I understand there’s a LOT more to research than just Googling, it’s important to note that this is where nearly all students start their research. Therefore, it’s a critical skill if they’re going to start down the right paths.

 

"Below are 15 lesson plans courtesy of Google designed to make students better online researchers. They’re organized by difficulty and meant to help students (and everyone) become better online searchers."


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Mayra.Loves.Books's curator insight, September 18, 2014 10:30 PM

Excellent lessons. Must be used.

Deborah Fillman's curator insight, December 15, 2014 8:47 PM

This is a pet peeve of mine--schools are still not teaching kids how to do this properly, with disastrous results. Whether you homeschool or send a child to school, these lessons will help them use the Internet more effectively (and responsibly) for research projects. 

Tanyam's curator insight, February 23, 5:10 PM

I have not read all of this, but I have seen some ideas in here we could use in both our face to face and online teaching. Interesting to read the criteria Google use to evaluate resources