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Paper for the Web | Padlet

Paper for the Web | Padlet | Learning & Studing Skills | Scoop.it
The simplest way to create. From any device, with anyone.
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A great website to collect ideas, give out assignments, gather feedback, ect...

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Assessment Help at Internet for Classrooms, Practice Exams & Skills

Assessment Help at Internet for Classrooms, Practice Exams & Skills | Learning & Studing Skills | Scoop.it
Assessment Help at Internet for Classrooms, Practice Exams & Skills, assessment test, Standards based curriculum resources.
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Studnets can use this to practice taking exams or quizes, as well as teach students to use what they missed on a test/quiz to review.

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Using DropBox in the Classroom

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This is a reblog of my post at PLP Voices Dropbox: A Superb Classroom Tool Posted by Jennifer Carey on Aug 10, 2012 in The How of 21st Century Teaching, Voices, Web Tools That Deepen Learning | 26 ...

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The Power of Visual Content and Brand Visuals in Action - TopRank

The Power of Visual Content and Brand Visuals in Action - TopRank | Learning & Studing Skills | Scoop.it
Marketers see greater success in visual content marketing by aligning their customers' information needs with an understanding of how they retain information.

 

Key excerpt...

 

The majority of people are visual learners, either primarily or in combination with other styles. You’ll see a range of stats on the percentage of learners in each group, though 30% visual, 25% auditory, 15% kinesthetic and 30% mixed learning styles is a commonly accepted figure. These are the three major learning styles and though one person may use a combination of styles to take in information, we all lean towards one primary preference.

Kinesthetic learners best retain information they discover through touching, feeling and experiencing material. You might think there is no real “touch” in digital information, yet this is where interactive games and touchscreens are an important tool.Auditory learners consume and retain information best by listening, often through repetitive information. Podcasting is a good way to connect with auditory learners.Visual learners, the largest portion, want you to “Show me so I can understand.” You might accomplish this through charts, infographics, video demonstrations, comics, visual e-books, photos, or even animation… the point is, you are acknowledging this unique learning style and tailoring information for best consumption and comprehension.


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How to use kinesthetic activities and technology to engage students in learning.

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In case you needed a reminder. This doesn't mean you fill your content pipeline with infographics. It does mean, however, that you need to be cognizant on how to deliver each piece of content.


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Three Good Ways to Use Padlet In Your School ~ Free Technology for Teachers

Three Good Ways to Use Padlet In Your School ~ Free Technology for Teachers | Learning & Studing Skills | Scoop.it

by Richard Byrne

 

"This afternoon at the Texas Library Association's annual conference I gave a short presentation about backchannels and informal assessment. Some of you may have seen the Padlet wall that I posted here for a few hours as a part of that presentation. During the presentation I mentioned three ways to use Padlet in schools. Those ways are described below."


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Different ways to use Padlet in the classroom.

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The best one for me is that students create their work and put in on padlet so everyone can see a variety of work in class! great!

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All about Padlet

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Dropbox - Dropbox for Business - Dropbox for Business

Dropbox - Dropbox for Business - Dropbox for Business | Learning & Studing Skills | Scoop.it
Dropbox, now for your business - Dropbox syncs your team's files across all your devices, helps you manage your team, and transforms your workflow with seamless sharing.
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Great website to store and share powerpoints, handouts, assignments, ect...

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Elaborative Interrogation Strategy

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This strategy will help encourage students to connect new information to their own prior knowledge

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Visual Storytelling

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A commonly used categorization of learning styles is Fleming’s VARK model, which discusses visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles. Fleming’s theory is visual learners have a preference for seeing - pictures, visual aides, diagrams.

 

There is a growing trend in our culture, perhaps due to the explosion of information, toward visual storytelling. Information is so easy and inexpensive to get, but it takes talent to deriving meaning from information. It takes critical thinking to make connections and gain insight from information. I remember sitting in a presentation with a senior Fortune 100 executive. About 5 minutes into the presentation the executive stopped the presenter and said, “Why are you telling me the weather?” Ouch.

 

Seeking meaning from information is creating a trend in visual storytelling. Data visualization storyboards reveal patterns, infographics inject emotion and pin boards provide examples. There are several solutions popping up online geared toward this visual storytelling trend including Pinterest, Visual.ly, MindMeister and so many more. Visuals package data and information into a story. Stories create possibilities. Possibilities create dialogue. People like to share dialogue with other like minded people. I’m on board for this visual storytelling trend, and so are these companies:


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Students use physical activity to generate a mental image of their knowledge... for example role playing.

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visual aspects of Fleming's VARK

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Teaching Writing and Learning With Graphic Organizers | Emerging Education Technology

Teaching Writing and Learning With Graphic Organizers | Emerging Education Technology | Learning & Studing Skills | Scoop.it
There are dozens of great brainstorming and organizing tools available on the web to help students prepare for writing assignments and develop their

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Great for brainstorm and organizing - cause & effect, main ideas, comparisons, sequences of events, ect...

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