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Using the Padagogy Wheel: It's All About Grey-matter Grids

Using the Padagogy Wheel: It's All About Grey-matter Grids | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 8, 2013 10:21 AM

This latest iteration of the Padagogy Wheel has all apps hot linked to the iTunes preview page and other sources. It also includes some QR codes that will take you to some additional resources including Graduate Attributes and Capabilities, a video of Dan Pink presenting "The Puzzle of Motivation" at TEDtalk, and a link to a post on his website  that describes how to use the wheel.

To go directly to the Padagoy Wheel (as a downloadable pdf file):

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

davidconover's curator insight, July 9, 2013 9:20 AM

This is a great infographic to be used in any 21st century classroom.

Jaime Parker's curator insight, July 10, 2013 2:49 PM

What a great resource!

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The SAMR Ladder Through the Lens of 21st Century Skills

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SAMR is a truly useful tool for helping teachers identify their current comfort zone in order to build expertise in designing efficient and effective student learning experiences. To reach higher l...

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 17, 2013 10:22 PM

If you are considering using the SAMR model (Substitution, Augmentation, Modificaion, Redefinition) you might want to check out this interactive graphic that provides a great visual as well as links to many great resources. Susan Oxnevad notes "The circle at each level targets research, writing and digital citizenship."

Ethel Natalia Revello's curator insight, July 18, 2013 12:53 PM

Really useful to share with teachers. 

Kimberly House's curator insight, July 28, 2013 6:32 AM

Fanstastic interactive graphic to explain the SAMR model. 

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Infographic: Busting Myths About Online Learning

Infographic: Busting Myths About Online Learning | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

This infographic “Busting Myths About Online Learning" complements the paper published by Digital Learning now "Online Learning: Myths, Reality & Promise" (scooped earlier this week here).


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 18, 2013 10:03 PM

This is a great visual that looks at the myths and realities of online learning. The sections include:

* A brief description

* Three advantages of online learning

* Myths vs Reality (some of which are shown above)

* Drivers of Online Learning

* Policy

The infographic may be downloaded as a pdf file and you will find links to additional materials as well.

Online learning is becoming more popular and more schools are requiring students to take at least one course online before graduating. It is time that all of us to learn more about online learning and this infographic provides valuable information in a friendly format.

Yasemin Allsop's comment, July 19, 2013 12:30 PM
I just love it!!!
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Education 3.0 and the Pedagogy (Andragogy, Heutagogy) of Mobile Learning

Education 3.0 and the Pedagogy (Andragogy, Heutagogy) of Mobile Learning | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

"The evolution of the web from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and now to Web 3.0 can be used a metaphor of how education should also be evolving, as a movement based on the evolution from Education 1.0 to Education 3.0."


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Peter Evans's comment, July 19, 2013 2:28 PM
A useful summary table although I'd emphasise that the different 'versions' of education all have their place - v2.0 does not supercede v1.0
Elke Watson's comment, July 19, 2013 4:49 PM
Thank you. I'm not quite ready myself to do away with teaching professionals or brick and mortal education. I value learning in a group context. I found the second summary table more useful (pedagogy, andragogy, heutagogy)
Veronica Hoyos's curator insight, March 13, 2014 9:22 PM

We could talk of the evolution from Education 2.0 to education 3.0 after carrying an evaluation on the impact of the Web 2.0 in education

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What Is A Flipped Classroom? (Updated For 2013) - Edudemic

What Is A Flipped Classroom? (Updated For 2013) - Edudemic | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

"Flipped learning has been around for awhile. It’s a rethinking of the standard classroom model that puts students in the driver’s seat. With the influx of technology into education, the flipped classroom model has really taken off. In fact, it’s one of the hottest education trends we’ve been monitoring on Edudemic for the past 4 years. We published a useful guide to flipped classrooms many moons ago but were excited to see an updated visual guide to flipped classrooms from the fine folks at We Are Teachers http://bit.ly/15eBlsn . It details the basics of flipping, apps that you should use in a flipped classroom, and more."


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Soledad Olaciregui's curator insight, July 22, 2013 8:48 PM

Las tecnologías permiten nuevas formas de enseñar. ¿Estamos listos para darles un espacio en las escuelas?

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'Reclaim Open Learning' Innovation Contest | DMLcentral

'Reclaim Open Learning' Innovation Contest | DMLcentral | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

Please check out the Innovation Contest that offers a $2000 incentive to either teachers or students interested in transforming higher education.  Reclaim Open Learning has already sponsored a hackathon at the MIT Media Lab and is planning an open learning summit at UC Irvine in late September, which should be an exciting public symposium for exchanging ideas.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, July 8, 2013 4:34 AM

Looks like being an interesting contest. This article also has links to the 'Reclaim Open Learning' site which is well worth checking out.

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How interactive technology is transforming storytelling

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Three things really fascinate me about the new digital writing toolkit: the possibility of increased immersion in a story, the ability to represent choice, and the way the audience can influence the story. I'll take them one by one.


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Chad Clark's curator insight, July 23, 2013 2:41 PM

A “good tale well told” transcends the medium by which it is relayed.  Credit is due Naomi Alderman for saying as much, or rather writing as much in this brief but value-packed article.  (At one point she confesses to being an instructor of creative writing as well as digital media; her article resonates with familiarity of those two areas of expertise.)  For additional reading re: Immersion, I recommend Frank Rose’s The Art of Immersion.   As to “representing choice” – am I the only avid reader who as a kid tried to get into the Choose Your Own Adventure books but ultimately preferred my bound page to be more of “Calvinoesque”?  (And for the record, I still hate seeing the following words in a periodical: to continue reading, turn to page…) 

 

But with digital media the other shoe has fallen. 

 

In conclusion Alderman speaks to audience participation. I can’t help but think of The Rocky Horror Picture Show whenever I see those two words – audience and participation – together, but alas, I wish I could think Star Wars, Episode One.  You see just last night I watched a 12 minute video simply titled “What If Star Wars: Episode I" Was Good?” This video is one man’s take on how to make EpiOne better, er, um, good even.  Now I’m a huge Star Wars fan, having seen Episode IV: A New Hope when I was only 5.  I’m also a digital media guy myself – so says the University of Washington and after George Lucas destroyed my childhood with Episodes I, II, and III, one other digital media guy takes 12 minutes and tells a story that, well, that if made into a movie wouldn’t have bit the big dead Chihuahua. (Come on, EpiOne was really bad.) 

 

But with the world of Star Wars fans (nerds?) out there, don’t you think George, er, Mr. Lucas, could have made a better film if he’d have listened?  I think so – and so even with all the beautiful digital effects, it all comes down to a good tale well told and in this case, that needed audience participation.   

Jess Gronholm's curator insight, July 26, 2013 3:23 PM

This is a great article about the future of storytelling. I love this point. "Art and science (or technology) are often imagined to be totally separate – but this is not, and never has been, true."

Bad Spoon's curator insight, August 8, 2013 1:15 AM

Les évolutions technologiques - notamment les applications mobiles - et l'interaction avec les utilisateurs offrent de nouveaux terrains de jeu pour utiliser le storytelling comme un outil marketing

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What do you feel are the key digital literacy skills that 21st century learners need?

What do you feel are the key digital literacy skills that 21st century learners need? | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

Digital literacy has become one of the major issues facing educators in this early part of the 21st century. The need to develop students and teachers digital literacies has become increasingly accepted as fact and yet most teachers' and students' understanding of what exactly constitutes a digital literacy still seems to remain quite vague. Even more vague seems to be teachers' understanding of how precisely we go about developing those literacies.


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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's comment, September 9, 2013 1:04 PM
That's my impression too. Thanks.
David Cook's curator insight, August 7, 2014 10:35 PM

The exposure to this 'social quizzing' app was alone worth the read.  You won't be surprised to find out what is the #1 response, and the final response is unintentionally funny to me - it received 0 votes.  

Aurora María's curator insight, April 26, 2015 4:33 PM

añada su visión ...

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Collective IQ - Doug Engelbart Institute

Collective IQ - Doug Engelbart Institute | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

"In Doug Engelbart's words, Collective IQ is a measure of how well people can work on important problems and opportunities collectively – how quickly and intelligently they can anticipate or respond to a situation, leveraging their collective perception, memory, insight, planning, reasoning, foresight, and experience into applicable knowledge. Collective IQ is ultimately a measure of effectiveness. It's also a measure of how effective they are at tackling the complex, urgent problem of how to raise their Collective IQ to the highest potential, so they will be that much more effective at solving complex, urgent problems. As the rate and scale of change around the world increases exponentially, so must our collective ability to dramatically increase our Collective IQ to stay ahead of the curve and thrive."


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Muriel Flanagan's curator insight, July 23, 2013 8:48 AM

Engelbart's Collective IQ should resonate with all of us who are interdependant in our workflows - and that means all of us.  Individuals need to be able to work as effectively as possible with others, as that allows for leveraging the collective intelligence.  As important as individualism is, one cannot underscore the power and importance of collaborating to the most appropriate conclusion in an increasingly fast-paced world.

Marilyn Korhonen's curator insight, July 23, 2013 9:42 AM
Interesting concept. This is definitely relevant to collaborative research.
Jan Schwartz's curator insight, July 23, 2013 10:40 AM

Not necessary about technology, but certainly about education.  Thanks to Howard Reingold for the scoop.

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Two Guys and Some iPads: Augmented Reality Session from #edcampHome

Two Guys and Some iPads: Augmented Reality Session from #edcampHome | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

"I walked in the door after a 25 1/2 hour trip home from Podstock 2013 just in time to jump into the #educampHome Augmented Reality GHO. It was great to see educators who are getting excited about using augmented reality in their classroom or school this upcoming year. Check out the video below for some tips about Aurasma, as well as a newly updated sneak peak at our augmented reality app Planets! Also check out the session notes posted below for more resources."


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How are iPads Used in Schools? Some Real Life Examples - EdTechReview (ETR)

How are iPads Used in Schools? Some Real Life Examples - EdTechReview (ETR) | Technology thinks | Scoop.it
From elementary schools to universities, Apple products are transforming the learning experience, making it more interactive, immersive, and engaging. Let us see how some schools effectively use iPad in the classroom.

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Tiago Martins's curator insight, July 22, 2013 1:30 PM

Matéria muito interessante a respeito de Tablets nas escolas

Soledad Olaciregui's curator insight, July 22, 2013 3:42 PM

Ideas innovadoras para aplicar la tecnología de una manera eficiente en las aulas.

Chris Carter's comment, July 23, 2013 6:54 PM
Thank you, slesch!
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Toddlers with tablets will force a change in education

Toddlers with tablets will force a change in education | Technology thinks | Scoop.it
Children who’ve grown up with individualized learning on their electronic devices will not accept the traditional classroom

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Kate Cicchelli's curator insight, July 15, 2013 2:22 PM

Thrilled to read this charge for educators in response to the Tablettistes generation:  

 

"Teachers and administrators will face the greatest burden. They will need to adjust on the fly, adapting teaching methods and the classroom environment to be ready for these young Tablettistes. Critical to success will be a shift in attitudes, a willingness to move away from a traditional control model toward something far more collaborative and shared with students."

 
Dirk Mast's curator insight, July 17, 2013 3:00 AM

In 10 years classrooms will NOT even remotely resemble those of today.

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An App Wonderwheel for Students on the Autism Spectrum

An App Wonderwheel for Students on the Autism Spectrum | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

The Autisum Transition Handbook was created by grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Delaware Department of Education "to assist individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families by providing access to the most current and comprehensive information on the transition to adulthood."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 15, 2013 11:35 AM

This app wonderwheel is developed for students on the autism spectrum by an Apple educator Mark Coppin whom is also the Director of Assistive Technology at the Anne Carlsen Center. The wheel is split into six sections that define common learning expectations. Each of the sections then shows common learning traits, followed by app categories and then the apps (each of which is hot linked at the website). The six categories are:

* Behavior

* Communication

* Social Skills

* Need for Sameness or Routine

* Sensory Sensitivity

* Difficulty with Traditional Learning Methods

The link you to the chapter that discusses Assistive Technology. To go directly to the App Wonderwheel use this link http://www.autismhandbook.org/images/4/4c/Appwheel.pdf.

It is often difficult to know which apps to choose when we work with students. This resource may help you determine some apps to investigate for students on the autism spectrum. 

Sarah Bylsma's curator insight, July 25, 2013 10:11 AM

Great resource.

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Should I Post this Image? Great Flow Chart Leads to Answer

Should I Post this Image? Great Flow Chart Leads to Answer | Technology thinks | Scoop.it
So. A few weeks ago, Chelsea discussed a super polarizing topic on her blog: photo credits. And although I've always been a bit of a hippie that likes

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 18, 2013 10:20 AM

Students (and adults) often struggle with providing credit of images. For those students whom like flow charts this graphic may be the tool they are looking for. Beginning with the question "Should I post this image?" you answer questions to determine if it may be posted, or if you might receive "an upleasant email" or a "super nasty email" as a result of a post. The post provides a link to the image on Flickr where you may download it in a number of formats.

Ra's curator insight, July 21, 2013 5:48 PM

Taking the credit where credit is due challenge to a specific level. Good reminders for how to trace source. Implications for infringment. 

Kimberly House's curator insight, July 28, 2013 6:27 AM

Great infographic for students to help with that every present question, 'Should I post this image?' Downloadable in a variety of sizes. 

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The iPad as a Tool for Creation to Strengthen Learning

The iPad as a Tool for Creation to Strengthen Learning | Technology thinks | Scoop.it
We don’t want iPads to just become replacements for notebooks and textbooks, we want them to be objects to think with. We want students using them to mess around with the world around them and their courses of study.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 22, 2013 10:42 PM

This is the third post (in a series of four) by Justin Reich exploring “the future of tablets in education. The first post in this series describes a “Someday/Monday template” stating:

“For technology to make a real difference in student learning, it can’t just be an add-on. On the other hand, teachers need to start somewhere (Monday), and one of the easiest ways for teachers to get experience with emerging tools is to play and experiment in lightweight ways: to use technology as an add-on. Teachers need to imagine a new future—to build towards Someday—and teachers also need new activities and strategies to try out on Monday.” (Quoted from: http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2013/05/the-future-of-tablets-in-education-potential-vs-reality/.)

This third post explores creation, “examining what is possible when we empower students and teachers as innovators with their iPds and other mobile devices.
 Rather than having students use their devices as replacements for netbooks/computers/textbooks allow them to use them to create something new, or using the SAMR model, as tools that provide the ability to redefine, to think. The post shares a number of examples of what is happening in classrooms that have made the shift from Monday to Someday.

This post provides links to the first post, which explores “The Future of Tablets in Education: Potential vs. Reality of Consuming Media” (consumption) and the second which explores “To Get the Most Out of Tablets, Use Smart Curation” (curation).

Kimberly House's curator insight, July 28, 2013 6:16 AM

This couldn't ring more true! The first post in this series talks about how teachers need to go through the iPad as an 'add-on' stage. We've found this to be true at our school and there is so much value in recognising this stage as valid. Getting to the stage where teachers and students use the iPad to create and transform learning takes time. Allowing for this time will help ensure an effective iPad programme. We've also realised that having lead teachers across the school there for support and guidance helps teachers considerably as they move through those early phased in their iPad development.

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Free Technology for Teachers: The Coloring Book of the Future Uses Augmented Reality

Free Technology for Teachers: The Coloring Book of the Future Uses Augmented Reality | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

"Thanks to Larry Ferlazzo I've just learned about an exciting new augmented reality application available for Android and iOS. colAR Mix is an augmented reality application that turns your paper drawings into animated 3D objects on your iPad or Android tablet."


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Free Technology for Teachers: The Coloring Book of the Future Uses Augmented Reality

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"Thanks to Larry Ferlazzo I've just learned about an exciting new augmented reality application available for Android and iOS. colAR Mix is an augmented reality application that turns your paper drawings into animated 3D objects on your iPad or Android tablet."


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Schools are failing our children simply because they are technophobes - Telegraph

Schools are failing our children simply because they are technophobes - Telegraph | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

Teachers still stand up in front of pupils and read out from their own lesson plans; kids still turn up to classrooms, sit behind desks and listen, taking notes; assessments remain based on reports filed by teachers; exams are at set times, once a year. There is no systematic use of the internet, software or gaming technology to aid learning, no proper data analysis to monitor pupils’ progress and to understand better how to convey understanding, no automation, no economies of scale, no productivity gains, and no real progress.


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Library Staff's curator insight, July 22, 2013 1:52 AM

Why is change so difficult in the culture of schooling? Is the passionate redesigning of learning spaces going to change teacher mindsets? 

John Laing's comment, July 22, 2013 7:09 PM
The problem is compulsory schooling.
Library Staff's curator insight, October 21, 2013 6:45 PM

Change has to happen in teacher mindset in order for there to be an impact in the classroom.

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How Do Tech Tools Affect the Way Students Write?

How Do Tech Tools Affect the Way Students Write? | Technology thinks | Scoop.it

Many teachers reported that students are more willing to offer feedback and advice to peers through a shared document. And they approach the writing process more fluidly. “I have seen students more willing to go back and revise or improve their work in order to provide more clarity when using digital tools than when they are writing it on paper,”


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, July 16, 2013 6:16 PM

Some interesting points and issues connected with writing in digital environments.

Caleb Yap's curator insight, July 17, 2013 11:25 PM

really? the difference between an online document and a written document? why would that be?

Victoria Baxter's curator insight, February 8, 2015 11:35 AM

What are the best tools for this.  Has anyone tried www.writeabout.com?

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Before Reading or Watching Videos, Students Should Experiment First

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The study’s conclusion suggests that the current model of the flipped classroom should itself be flipped upside down. The researchers advocate the “flipped flipped classroom,” in which videos come after exploration and not before.

 


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Jim Lerman's curator insight, July 31, 2013 3:21 PM

A very worthy observation.

Gordon Dahlby's curator insight, August 1, 2013 2:27 PM

and the pendulum swings

Angela C. Dowd's curator insight, August 2, 2013 3:33 PM

Experimenting first sounds good, though I think it depends on the learner and on what is being taught. I like the idea of pushing the envelop to be more inclusive...yet not throwing out things that continue to work (for some types of learners).

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These iPad Apps Help Students Turn the Page on Book Publishing

These iPad Apps Help Students Turn the Page on Book Publishing | Technology thinks | Scoop.it
Many parents fear that iPads and other touchscreen devices will discourage kids from picking up, reading, and enjoying actual books. While this is a legitimate concern, there are many chapters to this story.

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PPG Business School's comment, July 20, 2013 3:50 AM
thanks for the information
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TeachThought: How To Use An iPad To Add Voice Comments To Grading

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"There are many pdf annotation apps available that allow this kind of text marking, but another killer feature that is somehow less celebrated: voice annotation.

 

The video below walks users through adding voice comments to pdf documents, starting right at the 2:00 mark. (The first two minutes cover the aforementioned text annotation.) Being able to add voice comments not only allows teachers to clarify important ideas, but could also be used by peers during the revision portion of the writing process.

 

As the paperless classroom becomes easier to realize, new tools will become more and more necessary to fill in the workflow gaps. Tools like these are a step in that direction."


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Two Wonderful Visual Lists of Educational iPad Apps for Teachers and Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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"In their attempts to establish a 1:1 program for the year 6 class, St Oliver Plunket has recently held a series of workshops in order to develop their students skills before they were officially given management of their very own devices.

The workshops were particularly centered around teaching students about some tips and tricks for managing their iPad, email etiquette, successful searching and copyright and creative commons. I personally was thrilled by the efforts these people from St Oliver are putting into making their 1:1 program a success and I hope other schools would do the same."


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Raquel Oliveira's curator insight, July 2, 2014 7:34 PM

um big quadro de aplicativos utilizados para apoiar aprendizagem no seculo XXI...

faezams's curator insight, July 10, 2014 9:01 PM

App list visual

Wendy Zaruba's curator insight, February 9, 4:24 PM

Here are two great visual lists of iPad apps for Teachers and Students.

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A Wonderful Wheel featuring iPad Apps for Autistic Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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"I must admit that apps for autistic learners are really scarce and hard to find. A few months ago I posted here a list some powerful apps for autism and today while I was looking for new apps that might have been created since the publication of that list I came across this wonderful wheel.

I know that the first thing that comes to mind when you see this wheel is the popular pedagogy Wheel created by Allan Carrington in which he provided suggestions for 62 apps based on Bloom's Taxonomy. The present wheel is developed by Mark Coppin in which he featured a wide variety of apps for autistic students."


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anne-marie mason's curator insight, July 15, 2013 7:41 PM

Another great wheel to share with colleagues in Spec Ed.

Pippa Davies @PippaDavies 's curator insight, July 16, 2013 12:29 PM

Useful tool for parents with Autistic students!

Tahnee Cunico's curator insight, February 10, 2014 6:28 PM

Great wheel of apps for students with autism