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 ICT and the use of modern pedagogy in high school, content mainly in english and  finnish, e-learning, mobile learning, EdTec, Tvt lukio
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Arviointiko uusiksi – huutia punakynälle? Assessment revamp – red pen ban? – Lyseo.org blogi

Arviointiko uusiksi – huutia punakynälle? Assessment revamp – red pen ban? – Lyseo.org blogi | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Arvioinnissani en ollut kovin objektiivinen, tasapuolinen enkä välttämättä reilukaan. En esimerkiksi kommentoinut mitenkään kirjoitelmia, jotka oli mielestäni liian huonosti kirjoitettu (muuta kuin kehotin tekemään uudelleen ja paremmin). Siitäkin huolimatta kielteistä palautetta ei tullut juuri ollenkaan.
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Why Digital Learning is Reshaping Education

Why Digital Learning is Reshaping Education | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
“Technology has changed just about every field, including education. Digital learning is reshaping education in unprecedented ways. The ways in which students learn are changing rapidly thanks to technology, and both students and teachers will benefit from it. There are several specific changes that we can expect to see as digital learning takes over education. For one, the way teachers present information and how students work with that information has changed. Students are asked to be more hands-on and collaborative than ever before. There are also new skills that students must learn, such as digital literacy. The Flipped Classroom The …”
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4 SITES TO FIGHT FAKE NEWS

4 SITES TO FIGHT FAKE NEWS | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
It’s important to discuss media literacy and help your students learn to separate fact from fiction so they can be informed, empowered citizens. Lisa Nielsen and Common Sense Education suggest these four websites to get you started:

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A brief and simple explanation about what each one does.
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Three Ways to Use Microlearning in Higher Education Classrooms

Three Ways to Use Microlearning in Higher Education Classrooms | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
By Blake Beus - Implementing microlearning, a great employee onboarding tool in corporate learning, could help meet the needs of today's college students.

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Favorite Sites for Free Clipart and Photos

Favorite Sites for Free Clipart and Photos | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
I rely on a handful of websites that provide copyright friendly clipart and
photos. Those images are licensed with a public domain or Creative Commons
license.

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10 Good Tips To Spot Fake News

10 Good Tips To Spot Fake News | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
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The Current State of Educational Blogging 2016

The Current State of Educational Blogging 2016 | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Each year we conduct a survey on how educators are using blogs. Check out the results and trends we found in 2016.
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11 Ways to Teach Savvy Search Skills - WeAreTeachers

11 Ways to Teach Savvy Search Skills - WeAreTeachers | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
This is the second blog in a five-blog series sponsored by Bing in the Classroom. See the first blog here. Sure, your students know their way around a keyboard and certainly a mobile phone, but are they actually Internet search–savvy? …

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Get a Teaching Job: Digital Portfolios

Get a Teaching Job: Digital Portfolios | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
From videos to teaching philosophies to digital experience, here’s what you need to get a teaching job.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, April 8, 11:04 PM

Some useful advice here! 

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Leaders get the teams they deserve

Leaders get the teams they deserve | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

They try to fix the team, when it's often their own inner state and routines that cause employee underperformance, argues Deborah Rowland


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Benefits of Using Flipped Classroom in Learning • TechVorm

Benefits of Using Flipped Classroom in Learning • TechVorm | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Flipped Classroom is a new way of teaching students using new methods of learning apart from the conventional way using the blackboard and chalks
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4 Ways To Grow Your Personal Learning Network This Week

4 Ways To Grow Your Personal Learning Network This Week | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
“Alone we are smart, but together we are brilliant. We can use the collective wisdom to do great things when we are connected.” I sai
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4 things transformational teachers do

4 things transformational teachers do | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
The key to transformational teaching is not reacting, but rather a grinding obsession with analysis and preparation. Lee Shulman, as reported by Marge Scherer, suggests that expert teachers -- despite enormous challenges --demonstrate:

Cognitive understanding of how students learn; emotional preparation to relate to many students whose varied needs are not always evident; content knowledge from which to draw different ways to present a concept; and, finally, the ability to make teaching decisions quickly and act on them.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 5, 4:15 PM
Teaching should be transforming for the teacher and each student.
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4 things transformational teachers do
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21st Century Learning: The shift to Digital Content

21st Century Learning: The shift to Digital Content | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
“The more students read, the more likely they are to think critically, learn independently and develop a lifelong love of reading. Research shows that using a variety of texts helps students develop strategies to understand, analyze and synthesize information.Schools are increasing access to digital resources with 21st century school libraries that provide novels, non-fiction on every topic and other materials on demand.With the growing use of 1:1 solutions, districts leverage the value of their investment with 24/7 access to digital materials. Using the OverDrive digital reading platformwhich is customized for each school or district, students can find eBooks and audiobooks that are aligned with curriculum, develop a love of reading and improve performance in all content areas.”
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There is nothing innovative about replacing printed content with digital content. Neither is it innovative to flip the magisterial speech of teachers  in the classroom by the speech on digital screens. There will be no educational transformation until the classroom becomes a social laboratory in which students become researchers, debaters, creators, programmers, coders, communicators, presenters and active leaders... #FlipRoles

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Real talk: This is what successful blended learning actually looks like

Real talk: This is what successful blended learning actually looks like | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
A superintendent charts his district’s journey to sustainable blended learning—and offers a roadmap for others to follow.
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What It Means to Be a Leader, 11 Tips

What It Means to Be a Leader, 11 Tips | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
11 tips on leadership from Rodale, Inc CEO, Maria Rodale.

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Dr. Lisa Gonzales's curator insight, April 20, 2015 12:02 AM

Great perspectives here on leadership.

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Developing students' digital literacy

Developing students' digital literacy | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 20, 2:44 PM
Teachers play a signicant role in each student's learning, including digital literacy.
Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, April 21, 2:43 AM
Useful article...
 
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The Benefits of Browsing: Why Teachers Should Indulge in Online Social Networking

The Benefits of Browsing: Why Teachers Should Indulge in Online Social Networking | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
The Internet is not just about consuming – it’s also about connecting. Forums and other forms of online social networking provide opportunities for educators to come together and commiserate, encourage, and share information.

Online social networking encompasses different online communities of people who share common interests. It allows members of that community to interact in a variety of ways. They can conduct live chats, or they can leave comments in blogs or discussion groups.

These communities are shaped by different profiles of individuals who link to each other. Each member of the community creates a personal profile that can include pictures, personal information, audio, and video files. Others can access this profile and can connect to it by requesting a friendship with the other member. Almost all of these social networks have security settings, so each member can accept or deny access to their information and profile.

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Small Iowa school district embraces big changes for collaboration | The Gazette

Small Iowa school district embraces big changes for collaboration | The Gazette | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
The Gazette | ELDON - Just miles from the simple farm house that inspired Grant Wood's 'American Gothic,' a small school district has outfitted itself with state-
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For successful blended learning, encourage ownership by teachers, students

For successful blended learning, encourage ownership by teachers, students | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

News, voices and jobs for education professionals. Optimized for your mobile phone.
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Facilitate Online Discussions with Backchannel Tools

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A blog out integrating technology in the classroom. This includes tips for 1:1 classrooms, blended learning, flipped classrooms, and more.

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It's much better to have learning platform integrated  chat. Todaysmeet was years ago in heavy use...

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Building collective leadership in your school via  by Kristoffer Kohl

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by Kristoffer Kohl

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Grammar on Demand – Lyseo.org blogi

Grammar on Demand – Lyseo.org blogi | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Grammar on demand -mallissa tieto- ja viestintätekniikka on luontevana osana kieliopin opiskelua. Sähköinen oppikirja toimii yhteisenä ja vuorovaikutteisena oppimisalustana. Oppimisen omistajuutta lisätään antamalla oppijalle vastuuta enemmän omassa oppimisessa ja sen suunnittelussa.
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Four Teaching Moves That Promote A Growth Mindset In All Readers

Four Teaching Moves That Promote A Growth Mindset In All Readers | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Learning to read doesn't stop after third grade. Students will continue to encounter difficult texts and having a growth mindset about struggle, paired with
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6 Apps for Virtual Reality Field Trips Including Google Expeditions - AvatarGeneration

6 Apps for Virtual Reality Field Trips Including Google Expeditions - AvatarGeneration | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Virtual reality field trips, like Google Expeditions, have transformed how we see the world. Students can visit far flung places, explore how our body works, be transported into the past, and even travel through space using affordable virtual reality apps and headsets. Starting with no more than a piece of cardboard and a phone or tablet, any student can now experience amazing virtual field trips in the classroom or home. Virtual reality headsets like the Samsung Gear VR, Oculus RIFT and HTC Vive also offer a more detailed experience. Liven up your classroom or playtime, and get students excited about learning geography, history, and science with virtual reality.

Here are 6 of the newest and more popular apps for taking kids on virtual field trips.

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15 Ways for Students to Use Google Keep [infographic] | Shake Up Learning

15 Ways for Students to Use Google Keep [infographic] | Shake Up Learning | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
  PinterestHelp Students Get Organized, Track Progress, Take Notes, and more with Google Keep! Google Keep is a robust G Suite tool that can help teachers and students create and share notes, lists, and reminders. There are so many possibilities that I decided to put together this post and infographic with ideas for how Google Keep can …
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