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Design your Digital Classroom | Interactive Teaching and Learning

Design your Digital Classroom | Interactive Teaching and Learning | Creative interactive digital resources for teachers | Scoop.it
"I have just returned from the Illinois Computing Educators Conference where I had the opportunity to facilitate a full day session titled Design Your Digital Classroom. This session wasn't about the ratio of students to machines, nor was it a...

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Dialogue and conversation in Online Education and Learning

Dialogue and conversation in Online Education and Learning | Creative interactive digital resources for teachers | Scoop.it
Here it comes, what I have once also liked to express: “AH, you’re a professor. You must learn so much from your students.” This line, which I’ve heard in various forms, always makes me cringe.

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Digital Information Fluency Model | Interactive Teaching and Learning

Digital Information Fluency Model | Interactive Teaching and Learning | Creative interactive digital resources for teachers | Scoop.it
"Digital Information Fluency (DIF) is the ability to find, evaluate and use digital information effectively, efficiently and ethically.

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Teaching Innovation Is About More Than iPads in the Classroom

Teaching Innovation Is About More Than iPads in the Classroom | Creative interactive digital resources for teachers | Scoop.it

Technology, by itself, isn't curative. Human agency shapes the path.In light of this dynamic, two critical questions need to be asked and provisionally answered when integrating technology into education. The first question, while obvious at first glance, isn't always fully articulated: "What are the educational goals of technology integration?"

The second question is equally important and often more elusive: "Do the current systems and processes support the integrative and innovative goals?"


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