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The Padagogy Wheel … it’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach

The Padagogy Wheel … it’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

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Heather Thompson's comment, March 7, 2013 9:04 PM
Thank you Alan & Jennifer for your comments. I have watched the YouTube and think it was a great idea to link to Blloms taxonomy!! I look forward to investigating all this further and sharing it
Elizabeth Dalton's curator insight, May 13, 2013 6:28 PM

BB always had the right idea, and now we see how Apps can be applied to the Bloom Taxonomy to support different ways and levels of learning.

 

Terheck's curator insight, July 7, 2013 5:21 PM

New version 3.1 published June 09, 2013.

Article : http://www.unity.net.au/padwheel/padwheelposterV3.pdf

Direct link : http://www.unity.net.au/padwheel/padwheelposterV3.pdf

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A Do-Not-Do list for eLearning designers

A Do-Not-Do list for eLearning designers | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
You have a Moleskin for your to-do lists. Or maybe you prefer an app. You probably get all (or most of) the items ticked off in the list. But what about the ones that you shouldn't be doing? It is as important not to do the wrong things—the ones that sap your energy needlessly or the time-wasters—as it is to do the right things. That is why, productivity champs ask you to take the Start/Stop/Continue road.

You know what to do; start doing them. Figure out what you are doing right; continue with it. But most importantly, STOP doing what is not serving you any purpose.

Here's a do-not-do list to help every eLearning professional become more productive:

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Connectivism: Bearing a Heavy Node

Connectivism: Bearing a Heavy Node | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
I recently came across this infographic on learning theory on the most excellent blog, TeachThought. As you can see, with the digital age, a new theory of learning has emerged called Connectivism. it is a theory advanced by George Siemens that is based ...

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Cheryl Frose's curator insight, February 10, 4:28 PM

Detailed explanation of learning theories. Easy to understand infographics. Well done!

mokshastocks's curator insight, February 13, 12:01 AM

http://www.mokshastocks.com

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Trends in distance education research: A content analysis of journals 2009-2013 | Bozkurt | The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Trends in distance education research: A content analysis of journals 2009-2013 | Bozkurt | The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
Trends in distance education research: A content analysis of journals 2009-2013

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Go Engage The Modern Learners. Here’s How

Go Engage The Modern Learners. Here’s How | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
How To Engage The Modern Learners
These days, finding out almost anything is easy. Want to know the answer to a question? Just Google it. Want to get career advice? Poll your peers on LinkedIn. Need to see the latest breaking news?

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Chris Carter's curator insight, February 21, 5:38 PM

True. I like emphasizing #3, "Go Personal." All effective teaching is, at its heart. relational.

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Life of an Educator: 10 things students want all educators to know

Life of an Educator: 10 things students want all educators to know | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
10 things students want all educators to know http://t.co/EgA72m4APn #edtech

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7 Ways To Get Through To Just About Anyone

7 Ways To Get Through To Just About Anyone | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
Do you ever feel like no one is listening? Here's how to get your audience to sit up, pay attention, and hear what you have to say.

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Teaching Cultural Empathy: Stereotypes, World Views and Cultural Difference

Teaching Cultural Empathy: Stereotypes, World Views and Cultural Difference | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

"I am torn about how to teach these two ideas about cultures and societies all around the world:

People and cultures are different all over the world.People and cultures are the same all over the world.

These points may seem like a contradiction, but when put into proper context they teach important truths about culture."


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Bharat Employment's curator insight, February 12, 12:22 AM

http://www.bharatemployment.com/

Monika Fleischmann's curator insight, February 15, 4:09 AM
Seth Dixon's insight:

I've posted several resources here about some of the intriguing cultural interactions in the Middle East stemming from globalization.  I thought there was some excellent public dialog after the Charlie Hebdo shooting, but I was disheartened by some of prejudiced responses that I've heard since then--that inspired me to pull some of them together in this this article I wrote for National Geographic Education.

Cass Allan's curator insight, February 17, 7:44 PM

general article about teaching cultural empathy

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Quizizz: Fun Multiplayer Classroom Quizzes

Quizizz: Fun Multiplayer Classroom Quizzes | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

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Amélie Silvert's comment, February 5, 2:15 AM
great! Kahoot's got a twin sister now...
Amélie Silvert's curator insight, February 5, 2:16 AM

really similar to Kahoot. The only difference is that students get the multiple answer choices on their mobile devices. Works better on tablets I guess that on phones. A fun way to revise, study and learn.

I love it!

Timo Ilomäki's curator insight, February 5, 2:48 AM

Like Kahoot

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Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014

Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
Since 2007,  Jane Hart has conducted a survey of the use of web based learning tools. She has published her results in a top 100 list annually. The Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014  – the results of...

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The Iceberg That Sinks Organizational Change

The Iceberg That Sinks Organizational Change | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

Some aspects of organizational culture are visible on the surface, like the tip of an iceberg, while others are implicit and submerged within the organization. Because these ingrained assumptions are tacit and below the surface, they are not easy to see or deal with, although they affect everything the organization does.


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Chinwendu's curator insight, February 15, 5:54 PM

Metaphors of change

AnnC's curator insight, February 15, 7:19 PM

We need to discover the hidden variables that affect the change process in order to fully understand the task before us.

Roselyne Lecuyer's curator insight, February 16, 6:01 AM

Interesting iceberg representation of organisation culture

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Why online learning needs to get serious about apps

Why online learning needs to get serious about apps | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
Last month, New Oriental Education, China’s largest provider of private educational services, and Tencent, the leading texting provider in China with nearly 500 million users on its WeChat app, agr...
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Easily Create eBooks with These 3 Powerful Apps - Guest Post from Nik Chatzopoulos - EdTechTeacher

Easily Create eBooks with These 3 Powerful Apps - Guest Post from Nik Chatzopoulos - EdTechTeacher | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
StoryKit, Book Writer, and Book Creator are great apps to create eBooks. Nik Chatzopoulos offers great suggestions for using them with students.

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Chris Carter's curator insight, January 16, 1:07 AM

Readlists is also useful in building course readers

Chris Carter's comment, January 16, 3:07 AM
Thanks for sharing, Dean. As we move more into elearning environments the need to create and publish e-books will only increase.
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Here's What Some Teens Are Using Instead Of Snapchat And Instagram To Share Pictures In Class - Business Insider

Here's What Some Teens Are Using Instead Of Snapchat And Instagram To Share Pictures In Class - Business Insider | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

"I went home last week and did everything one normally does over the holidays: I got together with my family and, in the spirit of Christmas, grilled my teenage cousins about what apps they're using on their iPhones.

 

They named two of the usual suspects, Snapchat and Instagram. They laughed in my face when I asked what they thought about Facebook. "It's for moms," one explained to me. 

 

Insightful, but not out of the ordinary. Then my 13-year-old cousin asked me if I knew what AirDrop was."

 


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Njean Curl's curator insight, January 4, 10:43 AM

Out of the mouths of babes. In spite of Conserative efforts to promote the “Dumbing Down of America’s Youth’ still they rise.

Lee Hall's curator insight, January 6, 3:10 PM

Children are very useful if you want to find innovative ways to use something.

Larissa Bonthorne's curator insight, January 13, 3:52 AM

Useful for keeping up to date with new social networks used by teenagers.  It is important to do this so that educators and parents can teach students how to best use a social network, whilst also keeping themselves safe.

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A Do-Not-Do list for eLearning designers

A Do-Not-Do list for eLearning designers | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
You have a Moleskin for your to-do lists. Or maybe you prefer an app. You probably get all (or most of) the items ticked off in the list. But what about the ones that you shouldn't be doing? It is as important not to do the wrong things—the ones that sap your energy needlessly or the time-wasters—as it is to do the right things. That is why, productivity champs ask you to take the Start/Stop/Continue road.

You know what to do; start doing them. Figure out what you are doing right; continue with it. But most importantly, STOP doing what is not serving you any purpose.

Here's a do-not-do list to help every eLearning professional become more productive:

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10 of The Best Chrome Apps for Math Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

10 of The Best Chrome Apps for Math Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

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3 Tips to Communicate Change and Build Trust in Your Teams

3 Tips to Communicate Change and Build Trust in Your Teams | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

“Why is it that some leaders think by keeping everything a secret when they know big changes are coming”


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Joan Nichols's curator insight, February 23, 10:21 AM

Great article on communicating change.

Expressworks International's curator insight, February 24, 4:15 PM

Great article on communications.

judyhouse's curator insight, February 26, 9:54 AM

Gain some small wins, so your team will be prepared to embrace bigger wins down the road. They'll remember how you involved them in the past, and utilized their ideas. They'll more than  likely stay connective and supportive.

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Free Technology for Teachers: 5 Browser-based Tools for Creating Audio Recordings - Videos on How to Use Them

Free Technology for Teachers: 5 Browser-based Tools for Creating Audio Recordings - Videos on How to Use Them | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

Earlier this week I featured some tools for creating podcasts across on a variety of platforms. An audio recording doesn't have to go through the full-fledged production process of creating an a podcast in order for it to be a valuable activity for students. Creating short, unedited audio recordings is a good way for students to record and share their reflections on things that they have learned and observed in your classroom. The following five tools can all be used for creating and sharing short audio recordings.


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3 Tips to Communicate Change and Build Trust in Your Teams

3 Tips to Communicate Change and Build Trust in Your Teams | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

“Why is it that some leaders think by keeping everything a secret when they know big changes are coming”


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Joan Nichols's curator insight, February 23, 10:21 AM

Great article on communicating change.

Expressworks International's curator insight, February 24, 4:15 PM

Great article on communications.

judyhouse's curator insight, February 26, 9:54 AM

Gain some small wins, so your team will be prepared to embrace bigger wins down the road. They'll remember how you involved them in the past, and utilized their ideas. They'll more than  likely stay connective and supportive.

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5 Creative Ways To Use Skype In The Classroom

5 Creative Ways To Use Skype In The Classroom | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
Creative Ways To Use Skype In The Classroom

The answer: in more ways than you could imagine. While Skype was not designed as an educational tool, it’s quickly becoming one as teachers discover the many ways it enriches their lessons and the lives of their students. Even something as simple as hosting a guest speaker through a video call can add excitement to a lesson.

As with any tech tool, it can seem daunting to introduce this into your classroom at first. If you don’t know where to start, try one of these five creative ideas.

 

Learn more:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Skype

 


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sarah kozlowski's curator insight, February 16, 10:56 AM

In the past, this application would be used in a collaborative sense to connect geographically dispersed learners. This article displays virtual collaboration reinvented through several of the mentioned activities. If Skype had a recording feature this would provide even more affordances to further reinvent itself within the e-learning realm.

Kelly's curator insight, February 23, 11:00 PM

While Skype offers an additional option, it is limited by the 1:1 connection (unless you pay for an upgraded version) as well as the inability to screenshare, etc. However, it may be a very good option when looking at international connections and low-cost alternatives and should not be summarily dismissed.

Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, February 25, 3:17 AM

As always you just have to have rich imagination and ideas how to use tools for creative and useful educational purposes  and it works!!! :)

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Blended and Online Assessment Taxonomy Infographic

Blended and Online Assessment Taxonomy Infographic
The first part of an assessment design is the most obvious; the student performance, or more simply referred to as the activity. This requires a student to show the teacher what they know or can do.

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Chris Carter's curator insight, February 9, 10:41 PM

Useful infographic that helps us get out of the rut on assessing in a few ways.

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Blended Learning Cookbook

Blended Learning Cookbook | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
Marcia Kishs' Secret Ingredients to Blended Learning What are the "Secret Ingredients to Creating a Blended Learning Classroom?" Over the...

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Chris Carter's curator insight, February 2, 6:52 PM

Marcia Kish is that rare blend of competence, energy, and personality that we crave. 

Chris Carter's comment, February 2, 7:24 PM
Luciana, thank you for passing this resource on. I had the pleasure of meeting Marcia at ISTE2014 in Atlanta. She is the "real deal." If ever you wish to arrange an in-service, she would be an excellent choice.
Chris Carter's comment, February 3, 7:10 PM
Bonnie, I so very much appreciate that you share the best resources! Thank you!
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Less is More for Teachers (and Better for Students!)

Less is More for Teachers (and Better for Students!) | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
Stepping back from a load-weary model to glimpse a new paradigm’s potential. SHIFT PARADIGM | by Mark E. Weston Conjure an image of a school. Visualize yourself entering a classroom. Students and a...

 

Follow Mark @ShiftParadigm on Twitter  ===> https://twitter.com/ShiftParadigm <===

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 28, 10:03 AM

Stepping back from a load-weary model to glimpse a new paradigm’s potential. SHIFT PARADIGM | by Mark E. Weston Conjure an image of a school. Visualize yourself entering a classroom. Students and a...

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Wiley: Interactive Open Educational Resources: A Guide to Finding, Choosing, and Using What's Out There to Transform College Teaching - John D. Shank

Wiley: Interactive Open Educational Resources: A Guide to Finding, Choosing, and Using What's Out There to Transform College Teaching - John D. Shank | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it

Sponsored by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), this one-of-a-kind book demonstrates the best tools, resources, and techniques for discovering, selecting, and integrating interactive open educational resources (OERs) into the teaching and learning process. The author examines many of the best repositories and digital library websites for finding high quality materials, explaining in depth the best practices for effectively searching these repositories and the various methods for evaluating, selecting, and integrating the resources into the instructor’s curriculum and course assignments, as well as the institution’s learning management system.


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John Shank's curator insight, January 15, 2014 3:07 PM

All, never expected to have this book make CHOICE's OATs selection for 2014. Thanks for all your efforts with getting this work published between JB & ACRL. 

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, March 3, 2014 11:33 AM

Wiley: Interactive Open Educational Resources: A Guide to Finding, Choosing, and Using What's Out There to Transform College Teaching - John D. Shank

Rich Schultz's curator insight, January 13, 12:42 PM

Worth a look...

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Download a YouTube Video and Share with Google Drive - YouTube

Download a YouTube video and share it on Google Drive.

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The Challenges of Digital Leadership

The Challenges of Digital Leadership | Resources for Teaching | Scoop.it
By far the most prevalent issue I see in schools struggling with their technology integration and implementation is the lack of a collective vision for how digital learning tools will be used to enhance learning. Schools often purchase software, computer devices, and technology-based learning systems because they are effective marketing tools for recruitment, or because they want to keep pace with the digital investments of rival institutions, or simply because they fear appearing outdated. None of these have to do with learning, of course, and inevitably are insufficient to smooth over the challenges that arise as digital tools enter classroom spaces.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 16, 5:22 AM

Some very salient points here.

Prof. Hankell's curator insight, January 16, 8:42 AM

We owe our children regular and substantive opportunities to master their current technology...