I've not given much thought to coding as a tool in the classroom but it becoming more common. I need to start investgating this more. A good article for me to introduce the idea of coding in the classroom.
We worry that many educators are unintentionally and subconsciously averse to weaving technology into the fabric of teaching and learning, simply because they do not see what doing so would look and feel like, and technology does not map onto to...
We have a wide selection of games on the iPad for the “kids” enjoyment and a couple leap to mine as useful tools that could be applied to learning. Why would I want to use games for learning, well they are engaging, self motivating, rewarding and have instant feedback. So here are a couple that I think have potential:
Network for the Australia e-Series and OZeLIVE conference.
Ness Crouch's insight:
An #edtech conference #downunder! Excellent news. With the assistance of The Learning Revolution the Australia E-series team are organising a free webinar conference in an Australian timezone. They are looking for presenters and participants interested in educational technology in the classroom... primary, secondary, VET and adult education. Check it out!
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