Teaching Technology as It ChangesNew York TimesJan Muehlfeit, the chairman of Microsoft Europe, will lead a review of higher education in the European Union as part of a three-year assessment announced by the European Commission in September.
Telegraph.co.ukOpen University has the happiest students in BritainThe IndependentThe OU, which offers distance learning degrees, scored 93 per cent in the latest National Student Survey which covered 154 higher education institutions and 106...
Tech and Learning has just posted a wonderful article concerning Internet Gaming. With school starting up, make sure you have your resources available to help that special student of yours make the...
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As teachers we think about scaffolding for our students, but at times we neglect to consider scaffolding when asking students to use new technology in the classroom. This post shares experiences from two teachers and their use of technology. It includes a great table that begins with the "Helpful Hint: Never assume that your students know how to do anything when it comes to technology."
A distance education revolutionUniversity World NewsMIT, Harvard, Coursera and others promise to deliver high quality higher education content to massive global audiences via massive open online courses – MOOCs – and, in some respects, these are...
Cornell Professors Debate Future of 'Massive' Online Classes at UniversityCornell University The Cornell Daily SunEmphasizing the need to join a technological revolution in higher education, faculty from other universities urged their peers to...
Le psychologue Abraham Maslow a établi une hiérarchie des besoins en faisant des recherches sur la motivation. Il a ainsi réalisé, dans les années 1940, la pyramide des besoins. Le fonctionnement doit être perçu tel un escalier. L’individu doit satisfaire les besoins qui sont à la base afin de pouvoir réaliser ceux qui sont au niveau supérieur. Le plus haut niveau étant le besoin de s’épanouir.
Voici l’explication de chacun des niveaux. (J’ai récemment découvert l’outil de présentation Prezi, je vous invite donc à aller voir l’explication ici)
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