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Educational Technology in ELT: How to Start Blogging with Students

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Opening the Gateway for Education Technology | EdReach

Opening the Gateway for Education Technology | EdReach | LTS502 Learning and Teaching with Educational Technologies | Scoop.it
They have insatiable curiosity, a willingness to go above and beyond, and are passionate about learning. When it comes to implementing new educational technology, however, even the best teachers and administrators can ...
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3 Threats of Rapid Technology Change | Education Technology ...

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When you read the word teacher, what's the first image that pops in your head? ... Technology for Teaching, Learning, and Creative Inquiry – Leading From the Classroom – Education Week Teacher ...
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Wajeehah Aayeshah's comment, January 22, 2013 1:57 AM
Yep, that makes sense. No wonder why our team lost the our debate in week 2 :)
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Look Who's Killing Our Universities - The Global Mail

Look Who's Killing Our Universities - The Global Mail | LTS502 Learning and Teaching with Educational Technologies | Scoop.it
The Global Mail Look Who's Killing Our Universities The Global Mail DURING THE COURSE of an academic's career, he or she may be subject to all manner of watchful rituals: probation periods (up to five years in some cases), performance reviews,...
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Nash Petropoulos's comment, January 23, 2013 9:14 PM
There's two main points being raised here.
Nash Petropoulos's comment, January 23, 2013 9:17 PM
1) the Pavlovian approach of linking reward to institutional obedience. 2) increase of contact hours with increasingly large student cohorts that gets complicated by online environments. Both fairly valid points
Aron Perenyi's comment, January 23, 2013 11:21 PM
Education is always a bit 'Pavlovian'... :-) I gues the point is to make students demonstrate initiative, so they can self-reward, making the whole process more self-empowered. Or do I see this inaccurately?
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Top 100 Tools for Learning

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"Here are the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 –  the results of the 6th Annual Learning Tools Survey - as voted for by 582 learning professionals worldwide, and compiled by the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. (Released 1 October 2012)"


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A Sneak Peek At The Classroom Of The Future

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LAS VEGAS -- In a luxurious suite on the 54th floor of the posh Aria hotel here in Las Vegas, the future of education is being plotted by an unlikely source.
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Education Datapalooza: Unleashing the Power of Open Data to ...

A new Department of Education and higher education institution collaboration to work on a data standard for postsecondary course catalogs, degree requirements, and related information. ...
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