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3 Myths of Flipped Learning

3 Myths of Flipped Learning | iPad ideas | Scoop.it
“ Flipped Learning is a philosophy, not a method of teaching. It provides an approach where “students can learn information without the presence of a teacher””
Via Mel Riddile, Leon Weatherstone, Maggie Verster
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Innovation of Education Infographic | e-Learning Infographics

Innovation of Education Infographic | e-Learning Infographics | iPad ideas | Scoop.it
“ The Innovation of Education Infographic covers educational advances over the past hundred years.”
Via Terry Meechang
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Emmett Wemp's curator insight, July 6, 2014 6:54 PM

Flipping your classroom will require technology. It is cool to see how fast we have moved forward in terms of technology. The second section includes a couple of suggestions to stay current and up to date in technology in your classroom. It is cool to see flipping your class in the same mix as 3D printing and Game Based Learning.

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ThingLink in the Classroom - One image. Tons of possibilities. - FRACTUS LEARNING

ThingLink in the Classroom - One image. Tons of possibilities. - FRACTUS LEARNING | iPad ideas | Scoop.it
“ Move away from the drib drab of everyday lessons, build engagement and get more interactive using this creative free web-based tool called ThingLink.”
Via John Evans, Debbie Williams
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teachintechgal's curator insight, June 29, 2014 9:42 PM

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Herman van Schie's comment, July 11, 2014 4:32 AM
You need a manual of Thinglink. Look at http://ict-idee.blogspot.nl/2012/10/130-maak-interactieve-illustraties-met.html#more (Manual in Dutch. Translate-button on site).
Paula Jamieson's curator insight, August 5, 2014 4:42 PM

I see huge value in the Thinglink tool (both App and Web), especially if you are a Google school and create or store digital archives online (as all you need is a URL to link too). 

 

Our Year 4 to 6 teachers have created a Thinglink (placed on their clasblog) using their class photo and linked each one of the students blogs to it - simple, effective and visually capturing (Whanau love being able to view their blogs easily).