The graphic outlines 5 ways to prepare students for future. It also features some interesting stats concerning the digital behaviour of today's learners. In a nutshell, to prepare learners for tomorrows job market, teachers need to draw on these strategies : Using videos, embracing video games, encouraging on the go study or mobile learning, teaching digital citizenship, and flipping the classroom. Have a look below to learn more about these strategies.
Wether you want to start a new project, write an essay, or plan an event, brainstorming is an effective method to outsource ideas and create mind maps. Brainstorming a topic before writing about it can help students focus their ideas and direct them in the writing process.
Although educators tend to feel like they are left all on their own to deal with students that are getting crazier by the day, there are plenty of technology resources that can make their teaching job more effective.
Aqui se oferece uma estratégia de aproximação às ferramentas digitais disponíveis na internet, sejam elas baseadas no texto, no som ou na imagem. Existe um grande número de serviços e recursos gratuitos online que podem nos ajudar a conhecer as novas tecnologias, facilitando o primeiro contato com elas. Informações a respeito do assunto foram reunidas neste site para que todos possam descobrir a melhor forma de utilizar estes recursos na vida pessoal ou profissional.
In mathematics, countries like Brazil, Mexico, Tunisia and Turkey rose from the bottom; Italy, Portugal and the Russian Federation advanced to the OECD average or close to it; Germany and Poland rose from average to good; and Shanghai-China and Singapore have moved from good to great. Indeed, of the 65 participating countries, 40 saw improvement in at least one of PISA’s three subject areas. These countries did not change their culture, or the composition of their populations, nor did they fire their teachers; they changed their education policies and practices.
Here is a useful list of more than two dozen (and growing) sites that let you easily create interesting quote images. These can be useful for presentations or project-based learning in just about any classroom.
Have you ever tried Google search by image functionality ?This is a service that allows users to identify potential sources of images on the web. This is a good way for students to pool resources and additional information on images they want to use in their multimedia projects.
"When information is abundant filtering becomes a necessity" a quip which speaks to the core problem underlying much of our digital literacy practices today. This tsunami of digital content overflowing from all sorts of digital media and social networking websites has brought about so much junk raising thus a serious concern about the quality of what we consume online.
Last year my students designed infographics for the first time. I enjoyed the process and the products. It was a fun strategy to teach my students crucial research skills while encouraging them to think creatively about how to visually communicate information.
This year I was literally blown away by the work my students did on their infographics. I wanted to share my process and examples of student work to help support other teachers."
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