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Henk van Ess, onze spreker over zoeken in Sociale Media, is één van de weinige Nederlanders die al toegang heeft gehad tot de nieuwe zoekmachine van Facebook. Zo kan op 28 februari voor het eerst o...
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Here’s the thing: the internet never sleeps.
Which means data never sleeps, and the internet sure likes to use up a lot of it. How much? In any given minute, 277,000 tweets are published on Twitter, 216,000 photos are sent to Instagram and 8,333 videos are shared on Vine.
And we’re just getting started. Over that same 60 second period, 347,222 photos are sent on WhatsApp, 416,667 swipes are made on Tinder and 3,472 images are pinned on Pinterest.
And if you think that’s impressive, Google receives 4 millions search queries, Facebook users share 2.46 million pieces of content and 204 million email messages are sent each and every minute of the day.
This visual from DOMO looks at how much data is generated every minute across the net....
Imagine the impact on your business!! connecting your #print production to one of these web platforms? Millions of #prints :-))
to connect the value for the consumer to your #print #Rebootmoments workshop has develop 4 tools very easy to implement with your innovation marketing team, that helps connecting these web technology with print. The June workshop in Stuttgard Germany the 6 #printing companies participating did exactly that: Innovate their business model with a #gamification solution and a #clickpaper
Wow! This is mind boggling.
¿Quién dice que las RRSS no tienen alcance?
Oh, Twitter. You’re so useful for teachers. You connect educators so that they can share tools, tips and tricks, offer insight, and support one another.
Yesterday I attended a mini conference dedicated to Open Educational Resources (OER). I found it to be quite interesting as there aren’t many events completely dedicated to OER these days. In fact,
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"We recently discovered the Bay Area’s Prospect Sierra School’s interesting learning model that prioritizes 6 ideas for learning in the 21st century. There is, of course, no single “best” way to pursue “21st century learning”–nor any learning at all for that matter. But seeing the way other inspired educators pursue the idea can teach each one of us a lot. In this model, we appreciate the inclusion of self-knowledge, as well as moving past the idea of content to true disciplinary knowledge–seeing knowledge in context and application."
This post shares another visual that provides one model of learning in the 21st century. Specifically, it prioritizes six ideas:
* Disciplinary Knowledge - "Build and apply content knowledge to think deeply and act as a practitioner of the discipline"
* Self-Knowledge - "Experiment and create, while embracing failure as an opportunity for growth in order to design new ideas and solutions."
* Innovation Creation - "Recognize one’s emotional, physical, and learning needs, strengths, and challenges to nurture personal growth and resilience"
* Collaboration - "Share knowledge and resources, building on a diversity of ideas and experiences to achieve group goals and interdependence"
* Responsibility - "Understand one’s impact and influence in a local and global community; cultivate compassion, and take positive action"
* Communication - "Express ideas effectively through varied means of presentation; understand one’s audiences, actively listen; and build connection"
Additional information on each of these six ideas is included in the post.
There is no single best way to learn which suggests teaching remains central in the process.
Using polling tools in the classroom is probably old hat by now. There are a ton of different tools available to teachers – many of them free- and they’re being put to use in a variety of different ways.
If you share video online, you should learn how to use the free YouTube editor. This free, online video editor is easy to use, and has more features than you might expect!
It might not always be your first choice, but if you take the time to learn how to use the YouTube video editor, you will soon appreciate the power and convenience that a tool like this offers. It's easy enough for both kids and adults to use, and it's freely available on the web as part of the world's largest video sharing website.
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In setting out to explore new Scoop.it resources, I came across Timo IImoki's page http://www.scoop.it/t/education-technology-theory-practice/ Timo has shared a wealth of resources and it was an easy decision to follow.
This article is one that has a personal flare for me. In using my YouTube channel to share screencasts and student projects, there are times I need to make adjustments to uploads. In addition, I like to share video editing tools with my students. Thus, this tool feature is one deserving of being integrated into projects.
Great resources to improve and enhance your teaching.
Great when planning PD
Avans en Hogeschool Zeeland hebben de primeur. Zij zullen begin volgend jaar de eerste HBO-MOOC ontwikkelen. Hun gezamenlijk Center of Expertise Biobased Economy wil in zes weken een online algemene introductie bieden in het vakgebied.
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"The power of Twitter resides in the kind of connections and networks it allows you to make.Twitter is by far the social networking platform that teachers and educators populate the most. As such, creating a personal/professional learning network comprising kindred others is as easy as participating in the weekly educational chats organized on Twitter (#edchat as an example). These meet-ups enable you to meet and connect with teachers from all around the globe. They also introduce you to a treasure trove of information, resources, links, tips, and learning experiences that can be leveraged for your own purposes."
Quick, simple....easy to take on board.
TEST A Taxonomy Tree: A Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Graphic by TeachThought Staff If you’re a TeachThought reader, you know that thought is at the core of our content–curiosity, critical thinking, self-direction, and play among other slivers of...
A few days back, we looked at five great ways to incorporate word cloud generators into your classroom. There are obviously many more uses out there for them – but that is a discussion for another post.
"Thinglink http://thinglink.com/ was a big hit in the workshop that I facilitated yesterday in Bettendorf, Iowa. Thinglink can be used to turn any static image into an interactive, multimedia image. Yesterday, we used PicMonkey and PicCollage to create collages about what a good learning environment looks like to us. After creating those collages we saved them as PNG files and uploaded them to Thinglink where we added videos, audio files, and links to articles to enhance our collages and make them interactive."
Thinglink is a great tool offering visualisation with links to related resources. It could be used by a teacher to provide resources to explore or even better by students to find and explain a subject or topic.
The 10 Exciting Ways to Use Mobile Phones In the Classroom Infographic presents 10 tips to create a conducive learning environment with the use of mobility.
Utilizar los celulares en el aula de manera inteligente.
These are great ideas to make BYOD work every day.
Practical & effective suggestions that would work in a classroom or other learning situations.
"Audio recordings can definitely support students who have trouble reading directions or need extra help with new vocabulary words. I’ve shared one way to make QR codes talk to students but if you’d like to add your own voice to a QR code, here’s how:"
Use these tips to link student booktalk files to qr codes in books or displays.
This is a useful, smart and appealing way to get that extra help some students need or simply to get your messages across.
Er wordt veel geschreven over de waarde die massive open online courses hebben voor universiteiten.
A backchannel platform for teachers.
Wat is onderzoek? is een heldere inleiding in methoden en technieken van onderzoek.
Whether you’re dabbling in social media or making a career out of it, there’s a language among us social media geeks that you’ve probably heard bellowed down the halls of Facebook, and babbled in Twitter chats.
El lenguaje de las redes sociales
Learn about instructional design models and instructional methods for online course design and design for instruction.
Models, like myths and metaphors, help us to make sense of our world. Whether derived from whim or from serious research, a model offers its user a means of comprehending an otherwise incomprehensible problem. An instructional design model gives structure and meaning to an I.D. problem, enabling the would-be designer to negotiate her design task with a semblance of conscious understanding.
Er zijn verschillende matrices in omloop die docenten en onderwijsontwikkelaars kunnen ondersteunen bij het integreren van ICT in het onderwijs. De Arizona Technology Integration Matrix is er één van.
Hoe staat het ervoor met de grootste social media van dit moment? Waar delen we het meeste content?