The function of the World Wide Web combined with easy and increasingly widespread access has emerged as a factor for new modes of learning outside the control of the educational establishment. Not only is there increased access to information, diverse facts in different fields of knowledge, but a greater likelihood that the learner will encounter discrepant positions and information that force them to think critically, creatively and collaboratively.
Every picture has a story. Skqueak is a free, easy to use, fun iOS App that adds audio, sketches, pan-zoom and text to your pictures, to create short animated vignettes. What are the stories behind your pictures?
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With the help of technology, students in a growing number of classrooms are collaborating with their peers--both in their own schools and around the world--to solve problems and complete projects. Here are some examples.
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