Just about everyone has a favorite book from childhood. Personally, I’m a fan of the Max and Ruby series and A Wocket in My Pocket. Up until now, however, the visually impaired have not had the opportunity to experience those vibrant illustrations popping off the pages. For that reason, computer science professor Tom Yeh and […]
This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Learning Theory, organisational learning Nonaka & Takeuchi, zone of proximal development The area of capabilities that learners can exhibit with support from a teacher or peer., text & conversation theory An organization is created and defined by communication. communication
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Artur Coelho's insight:
1. MAKING ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT STUDENT COMFORT
Too often, we assume that since students know how to use technology, they know how to use it in our classrooms. It’s important to build class time into instruction to assess students’ comfort, skills, and transferable skills with technology. Let them play, customize, and practice early in the year to develop these skills and apply them in new ways so you can be sure that the tech is most effectively used for all learners.
The early internet was truly a technological frontier, ripe with amazing ideas and equally amazing malware. Now, pesky code that used to attack your plastic, beige internet box is safely stored in The Malware Museum. Best part? Admission is free.
For quite a while now, SolidWorks has worked hard not only to develop some of the most accessible and widely used CAD design software in the world, but also worked to help with the education and affordability needed to give everyone access to their 3D tools. SolidWorks has been a long-standing supporter of the Fab […]
"I was first inspired to explore stop-motion when I met influential art ed dude Mark Jones. He’s the genius behind some of the best stop-motion animation videos designed, written, and created by kids. I was lucky enough to see him at my state art ed conference a few years back. If you haven’t seen these videos – watch them before you go any further!
The Robot and the Butterfly * Stand Up Tall * Stand Up Tall: Behind the Scenes (to help visualize the process)
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