This year’s “The Learning Curve” report from Pearson takes a look at education across the globe. One of the main things the report does is rank the world’s educational systems (which we’ll talk about in a different post). What I find even more interesting is the focus on what skills current students need to meet …
"I found this great list of apps and tech tools that are organized based on the task you want students to accomplish. It was out on Twitter and I can't find the original tweet. What do you want to do...?There's a tech tool for that. pic.twitter.com/kWFciWylLP"
ThiSo. You've tried flipping your class, and it didn't go well. Or you've heard about flipping and want to try the approach, but you're pretty sure it won't work in your school. Don't give up yet -- wit
tuff10 Iconic Teacher Actions That Technology Should Disrupt by Terry Heick A little bit of technology doesn’t change much. Can make things a little easier by automating them. It could make a lesson here or...
Great Stuff! Especially like the information on grading changes due to technology.
Technology is a critical partner in education. This site provides information on educational technology, technology integration and technology coaching. The site is built by Christopher Bell, the International Ed Tech Guy (https://internationaledtechguy.com)
This is a site I am constantly updating with helpful links, apps and just good tech stuff! Enjoy.
"While there has been a bit of question as to the effectiveness of SAMR, a shift to move beyond SAMR, and a few proposed changes to the structure of the model floating around online, I have to say that hearing Dr. Ruben Puentedura (you may know him as the father of SAMR) speak at iPad Summit a few weeks ago still felt like a rare app-ortunity and a truly inspiring treat. As I am still collecting my thoughts and ideas from the event, I wanted to share some really great resources from the Dr. SAMR. "
A data visualization challenge has released the longlist of selected projects: the Kantar Information Is Beautiful Awards, set up in 2012 by journalist David McCandless, in collaboration with Aziz Kami, Creative Director at Kantar.
In this second edition, there were 5 categories (data visualization, Interactive, motion graphics, Infographics and tools) and we decided to dedicate this edition of Interactive Inspiration to some of the projects selected precisely in the Interactive category...