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Transliteracy- QR Codes and Art | Langwitches Blog

Transliteracy- QR Codes and Art | Langwitches Blog | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Transliteracy is defined on Wikipedia as The ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks.

 

 

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10 Movies You Need To Watch To Be More Successful

10 Movies You Need To Watch To Be More Successful | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Explore 10 movies that will inspire you to be more successful in this article by Nathan Hewitt.
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5 Ways NOT to Teach Like a Dinosaur

5 Ways NOT to Teach Like a Dinosaur | Serious Play | Scoop.it

Are Your Lessons Interesting, Engaging, and Maybe Even a Little Fun?

 

The days of overly long, bored-to-tears lectures are drawing to an overdue end. There are so many tools and techniques at our disposal to make learning more active and encourage more student participation and ownership of learning.Get students thinking, moving, and creating … involve them in their own learning. Make your classroom a place they like to be. Here’s a handful of techniques that can be applied to just about any academic subject. Some involve technology, and some don’t. 

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7 Common Neuromyths That Many Educators Believe — PsyBlog

7 Common Neuromyths That Many Educators Believe — PsyBlog | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Do any of these myths about the brain catch you out?
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How to Give a Killer Presentation

How to Give a Killer Presentation | Serious Play | Scoop.it

Since the first TED conference, 30 years ago, speakers have run the gamut from political figures, musicians, and TV personalities who are completely at ease before a crowd to lesser-known academics, scientists, and writers—some of whom feel deeply uncomfortable giving presentations. Over the years, we’ve sought to develop a process for helping inexperienced presenters to frame, practice, and deliver talks that people enjoy watching. It typically begins six to nine months before the event, and involves cycles of devising (and revising) a script, repeated rehearsals, and plenty of fine-tuning. We’re continually tweaking our approach—because the art of public speaking is evolving in real time—but judging by public response, our basic regimen works well: Since we began putting TED Talks online, in 2006, they’ve been viewed more than one billion times.

On the basis of this experience, I’m convinced that giving a good talk is highly coachable. In a matter of hours, a speaker’s content and delivery can be transformed from muddled to mesmerizing. And while my team’s experience has focused on TED’s 18-minutes-or-shorter format, the lessons we’ve learned are surely useful to other presenters—whether it’s a CEO doing an IPO road show, a brand manager unveiling a new product, or a start-up pitching to VCs.

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Master real-world skills with hands-on projects.

Master real-world skills with hands-on projects. | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Join a global learning community to create, connect, and collaborate with students around the globe. Skillshare offers online classes to fit your schedule with bite-sized lessons from industry leaders that will help you turn ideas into action.
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Take this Skillshare class with me: "How to Present: Share Ideas That Inspire Action." Use the link below to get a free month of Skillshare Membership for access to hundreds of online classes.

http://skl.sh/1rg1b8H

 

or this one

 "Slides that Rock: Create an Awesome Presentation about Your Company, Product or Service." 

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10 Pretty Awesome Things You Can do With PowerPoint

10 Pretty Awesome Things You Can do With PowerPoint | Serious Play | Scoop.it

When Used With Tact, These Techniques can Help to Make Your Presentations Fun and Engaging 

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1 Animations

2 Motion Paths

3 Text and ImageEmphasis

4 Follow the bouncing ball

5 Narrate over Slides

6. Use PowerPoint as a Blank Template for Building Video Content

7. Embed a YouTube Video in your PowerPoint Presentation

8. Create an Animated GIF from a PowerPoint Slide

9. Find and Use Your own Unique Templates

10. Embed a Functioning Excel Worksheet into a Presentation

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Especialista do TED dá 10 dicas para criar slides eficazes e bonitos

Especialista do TED dá 10 dicas para criar slides eficazes e bonitos | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Veja neste post quais são as 10 dicas dadas por David Epstein, especialista do TED, para criar slides simples e eficazes.
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Make It Count: Providing Feedback as Formative Assessment

Make It Count: Providing Feedback as Formative Assessment | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Giving feedback that is non-evaluative, specific, timely, and goal-related will provide students with opportunities to revise and improve their work and deepen their understanding.
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Mikko Hakala's curator insight, October 24, 4:04 PM

 

Good article on the importance of feedback. It should be: 

 

* non-evaluative

* timely (throughout the course would be the best)

* relevant and specific (relative to learning objectives of the course)

* practical, action-oriented (what to do to improve)

 

There are various technology tools mentioned in the article, but for small groups that I have taught I have simply used e-mail.

 

Pin it for later: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/318981586081796915/

 

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Using Participatory Journals to Connect Students

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In schools and at home, journaling is often a solo experience. See what happens when students in a middle school art class start collaboratively working in each other's sketch journals.
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Skills Converged > Team Building Exercise: Sort the Cards

Skills Converged > Team Building Exercise: Sort the Cards | Serious Play | Scoop.it

In this team building exercise teams work together on a common problem. The problem is intentionally designed to be simple to understand though when several people are involved it may not be as obvious as on how to go through it. The exercise will highlight weaknesses and strengths. To succeed a team must work cooperatively and with foresight.

This exercise is also ideal to examine how a group of people self-organise, assign a leader or approach a problem solving task under pressure.

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Launch your own online school, create your online courses in minutes

Launch your own online school, create your online courses in minutes | Serious Play | Scoop.it

Create and organize your courses, include video and audio, share PowerPoint and PDF, an integrated payment system, EDUonGo gives you everything you need launch and manage your online school.

 


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natasha dcosta's curator insight, October 3, 11:40 PM

teachers of the future 

Richard Whiteside's curator insight, October 6, 11:44 AM

More DIY publishing and this time it's gone MOOC.

Akhtar Hameed Khan's curator insight, October 20, 1:05 AM

Teaching young boys and girls to understand the principles of accounting in easy steps is my goal.

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A Wonderful Chart of Educational Web Tools to Use in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Wonderful Chart of Educational Web Tools to Use in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Serious Play | Scoop.it

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Filipe Cálix's curator insight, October 12, 12:26 PM

A tabela não está completa - isso seria impossível - mas fornece sugestões muito úteis para a escolha de ferramentas digitais para usar com os seus alunos, de acordo com as suas necessidades quer como professor ou de acordo com aquilo que pretende que os seus alunos façam.

Tony Guzman's curator insight, October 13, 11:48 AM

This chart provides solid ideas on what tools can be used to accomplish different teaching and learning tasks. Is anyone using some of these?

seepn110_b's curator insight, October 21, 1:36 PM

A very usefull guide

 

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3 Minute Teaching With Tech Tutorial – Socrative (Student Response System)

3 Minute Teaching With Tech Tutorial – Socrative (Student Response System) | Serious Play | Scoop.it

Check out how Easy This Popular Free Tool is for Gathering Student Feedback During Class or Giving 'Live' Quizzes 

 

Check out the full set of 3 Minutes Teaching With Technology Tutorials in this playlist:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKv1W3kJyW4&list=PLVj5ks82jnjBgAct6_jWCgOx3PetmjfMA.

Here’s are some of the other free applications covered in these quick video introductions:

LessonPaths: Assemble digital content (yours or web based resources) into a linear “play list”ed.ted.com: Flip any YouTube video, add a quiz and additional resources, and deliver it privatelyRemind: Free one-way texting to students, parents, etc.BlendSpace: Mashup up digital content (web content, or your own) into a single, fun learning resourceMovenote: Record a quick video to go along with one or more pieces of digital content for your studentsTackk: Have an online discussion around one or pieces of digital content (delivered privately if you wish)EduCanon: Add quiz questions to any video with ease!
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Skills Converged > Storytelling: Impromptu Delivery with Image

Skills Converged > Storytelling: Impromptu Delivery with Image | Serious Play | Scoop.it

This is entertaining exercise on getting delegates to quickly think of a story to tell based on a visual prompt. The options allow you to bias the exercise based on what you want delegates to practice on. They can then get feedback on their story telling.

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A Simple Technique You Can (and Should) Apply To Your eLearning Courses

A Simple Technique You Can (and Should) Apply To Your eLearning Courses | Serious Play | Scoop.it

"It’s easy for an eLearner to “zone out” when faced with complex course content, especially with limited existing knowledge of a topic. The instructional design challenge is how to explain complex content easily. Start by considering some premises fundamental to eLearning design."


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ManufacturingStories's curator insight, October 20, 11:09 AM

For more resources on STEM Education visit http://bit.ly/1640Tbl

Tina Jameson's curator insight, October 23, 6:30 PM

As we increasingly move towards designing our own eLearning content - it is essential to consider the delivery of that content - the tools are a means to an end - if the design quality is poor then the usefulness of those tools is greatly diminished.

Vittori's curator insight, Today, 3:22 AM

Après le fond, la forme... Comment présenter simplement un contenu vaste et/ou complexe. 

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The clues to a great story

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Filmmaker Andrew Stanton ("Toy Story," "WALL-E") shares what he knows about storytelling -- starting at the end and working back to the beginning. Contains graphic language ... (Note: this talk is not available for download.)
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September APP ED REVIEW Roundup – Apps for Video Creation Projects

September APP ED REVIEW Roundup – Apps for Video Creation Projects | Serious Play | Scoop.it
iPad Video Creation Apps are Great for Student Projects (and for Teachers too!) Few strategies can get students more engaged in the classroom than creative
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O melhor palestrante do mundo: desconstrução da apresentação campeã

O melhor palestrante do mundo: desconstrução da apresentação campeã | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Veja como as principais características do melhor palestrante do mundo estão completamente alinhadas com os famosos ensinamentos da SOAP.
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Você consegue “vender” o Vento?

Você consegue “vender” o Vento? | Serious Play | Scoop.it
Por que é tão importante tocar o emocional do target? Veja na prática porque a dica de Philip Kotler é tão efetiva.
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"Simplesmente falar que seu produto é melhor não basta para que o consumidor seja convencido de comprar. Com a vasta variedade de marcas e produtos tentando influenciar e convencer, surgiu a necessidade de se diferenciar de alguma forma.

Foi diante, então, desta necessidade que a abordagem varejista foi substituída por histórias.

Quando uma história é contada no lugar de dados, quando um personagem é criado, o consumidor inevitavelmente cria um laço afetivo com ele. Vínculos são criados e são eles que fazem toda a diferença na hora da compra. Consciente ou inconscientemente.

Esse vínculo fica muito evidente em novelas e filmes. Se sabemos que os personagens são fictícios, por qual motivo nos emocionamos em determinadas cenas?

É resposta é simples: porque a empatia aconteceu."

 

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Coaching and the 10 Most Important Minutes ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

Coaching and the 10 Most Important Minutes ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | Serious Play | Scoop.it

One powerful principle that I have discovered about the art of persuasion and the science of conversation is this – The degree to which you listen is equal to the degree to which others listen to you. Degree refers to both quality and time taken.

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MyStorybook.com - Free Storybook Making Online

MyStorybook.com - Free Storybook Making Online | Serious Play | Scoop.it

Write and share your very own storybooks with this free online app!

 


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 21, 6:57 AM

This is a nice tool to use with younger learners to get them writing and publishing their own illustrated books.

A.K.Andrew's curator insight, September 25, 5:59 PM

Looks like a great tool for young and not so young!

natasha dcosta's curator insight, October 3, 11:40 PM

teachers and technology 

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7 Tips to Effectively Use Google Scholar ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

7 Tips to Effectively Use Google Scholar ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Serious Play | Scoop.it

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WEAC's curator insight, October 12, 12:25 PM

Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. 

Ruby Day's curator insight, October 12, 11:01 PM

Great resource to share with students

 

Stephan Hughes's curator insight, October 21, 9:29 AM

Could be useful for student teachers who have to prepare academic articles as part of their research methodology subject.