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Instructional Design

Instructional Design | technologies | Scoop.it
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InstructionalDesign.org provides information about instructional design principles and how they relate to teaching and learning. Instructional design (or instructional systems design), is the analysis of learning needs and systematic develoment of instruction.
An ideal resource for those on Initial Teacher Training, as well as those engaged in instructional design.

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Grovo: Your field guide to the Internet

Grovo: Your field guide to the Internet | technologies | Scoop.it

Grovo is an online education and training platform that helps people find and use sites, and helps sites reach and educate users.

 

Includes Grovo lessons on the subjects of Internet basics, productivity, business tools, communication, lifestyle, and entertainment. Within each of these subjects users can learn how to use hundreds of different websites and web apps.

 

Before you get too excited about Grovo, be aware that their offerings are a mix of free and paid courses. Courses marked with a big "G" indicate users will have to pay to enroll.

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The Journalism Gap Between Education and Professional Practice | Social Media Today

The Journalism Gap Between Education and Professional Practice | Social Media Today | technologies | Scoop.it

Journalism education needs to incorporate more “new skills” to catch up with what is expected of the next generation of journalists.

 

This is an observation based on a comparison of skills emphasized by media professionals and skills being taught in journalism schools.

 

This blog looks at 25 skills and, for the purpose of comparison and analysis, puts them into two categories...

1: "Old Skills"

2: "New Skills" 

 

The question to journalist practitioners and learners is "how much of the "new" skills are incorporated in your curriculum?"

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