"How learners view technology is often very different than how educators see it–the former often seeing it in terms of social function, the latter in terms of logistics and teaching. The following infographic explores data points for how college undergraduate students see and value technology in the classroom." TeachTought
Una propuesta didáctica de aprendizaje de la Ciencia diferente. En exclusiva, más de 1000 impactantes videos y materiales de apoyo en Biología, Ciencias de la Tierra, Física y Química dirigidos tanto a docentes como alumnos.
A didactic proposal for an original science learning. Exclusively, more than 1000 videos and materials on Biology, Earth Sciences, Physics and Chemistry aimed at both teachers and students [videos and materials in Spanish].
The third MEDEAnet webinar will take place on 22 November 2012, at 4pm CET. The speakers will be the two main MEDEA Award winners, Petros Michailidis (“And the Oscar goes to…”, Greece) and Catherine Loire (“Quand la colère fait tomber les masques”, France). They will be briefly present their entry and describing how they have successfully used media to enhance the learning process in their specific circumstances. The registration to the webinar is for free but required.
Have you ever thought of teaching your students how to create an ePortfolio ? Well if you have not then it is about time to take the idea seriously. There are actually several reasons why you should encourage students to create their own ePortfolios but before we delve into them let me just briefly define what an ePortfolio is.
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This book intends to collate a number of international papers reporting on such discussions and experiments. These will deal primarily with how Facebook and other Social Networking Sites can be used in educational and instructional practice.
From Moodle to Edmodo to Inquisiq r3, there’s a lot of tools you can use to manage, track, and deliver courses and training programs in your school. They’re called Learning Management Solutions (LMS) or sometimes Learning Management Systems. Either way, how do you pick which is the best? A new infographic from Capterra spells it out in simple stats.
The increasing use of multimedia resources and new media features and possibilities in the classroom makes it clear that one of the most important new features is the connectedness. What are the advantages of a globally connected classroom?
"In June, the Corporate Research Forum published a report, sponsored by GoodPractice, on The Impact of Technology and Social Media on Learning. You can download a free copy of the report by following the link at the end of this blog.
The research was conducted by Andrew Lambert, who has a real in-depth understanding of large organisations and learning. It’s Andrew’s experience and knowledge that make this report so informative and valuable, alongside some excellent case studies from major international organisations: Dyson, Ericsson, Deloitte and IBM."
"Challenge Based Learning is a pedagogical model that is gaining popularity among educators, and we couldn’t help but share this video that shows how teachers and students in Australia have used challenge based learning in their classrooms to learn about natural disasters and help communities rebuild."
The finalists for the MEDEA Awards 2012 have been announced! Out of the 213 entries from 32 countries, 9 have been selected as finalists and are competing for the 2 main categories of the Awards + 2 additional awarded categories. Among the other entries, 15 have been acknowledged Highly Commended, as they represent excellent examples of media-supported learning. Find out more in the official press release.
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