In the three years that I’ve been building up Edutopia’s presence on social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, I’ve noticed a significant shift in how our audience of education changemakers interact and collaborate.
Using the simple tool of same language sub-titling (SLS) on popular television programs, social entrepreneur Brij Kothari is addressing the needs of an estimated 300 million so called ‘literates’ in India who, though having attended at least...
"The Flipped Classroom doesn’t necessarily require any special technology in the classroom – but it does require students to be able to consume digital learning content outside of class. One of the factors that propelled the iPad to the level of popularity it enjoys today is that it is a fantastic content consumption device, so it clearly lends itself to flipped learning. But there is so much more that the iPad can do, making it a powerful partner in the flipped classroom."
Twitter for Sci-Ed Part 1: Teaching in 140 characters or less. By Atif Kukaswadia Posted: August 19, 2013. This week, I'll be talking about Twitter. Twitter is a well known microblogging platform. People can post updates in the form of 140 ...
Morgan Ngata's insight:
Im just beginning to use twitter as a tool for learning in class. Many of my students still see twitter as a social media that people use to follow celebs...not learning. going through my professinal development twitter was a great example of how useful Twitter can be for learning & creating new knowledge.
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