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Digital Skills in Higher Education -  All Aboard

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Le coût écologique d’Internet est astronomique et personne ne le voit

Le coût écologique d’Internet est astronomique et personne ne le voit | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Osons le dire, Internet engendre une pollution astronomique d'autant plus inquiétante qu'elle est invisible. L'utilisation d'internet nous est devenue

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Le #coût #écologique d’Internet est #astronomique et personne ne le voit

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Lancement d’un MOOC sur les serious games destiné aux enseignants

Lancement d’un MOOC sur les serious games destiné aux enseignants | e learning formation | Scoop.it

"En mai 2017, le MOOC "Apprendre avec les serious games" permettra aux profs intéressés de tout savoir sur les jeux sérieux et la façon de les intégrer en cours."


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The Role of Metacognition in Learning and Achievement

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Metacognition, simply put, is the process of thinking about thinking. It is important in every aspect of school and life, since it involves self-reflection on one’s current position, future goals, potential actions and strategies, and results. At its core, it is a basic survival strategy, and has been shown to be present even in rats.

Perhaps the most important reason for developing metacognition is that it can improve the application of knowledge, skills, and character qualities in realms beyond the immediate context in which they were learned. This can result in the transfer of competencies across disciplines—important for students preparing for real-life situations where clear-cut divisions of disciplines fall away and one must select competencies from the entire gamut of their experience to effectively apply them to the challenges at hand. Even within academic settings, it is valuable—and often necessary—to apply principles and methods across disciplinary lines.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 11, 2017 4:20 PM
The 16 Habits of Mind (Costa and Kallick) include metacognition.
Dr. Theresa Kauffman's curator insight, April 18, 2017 12:13 PM
We allow extra time each period so teachers can talk about thinking process in their content area and students can think about thinking. It can improve the application of what they are studying, which provides deeper learning.
Madame Tournesol's curator insight, September 6, 2017 10:38 PM
Metacognition - the key to everything.
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Eidos 64 : Sans la pédagogie, le numérique n’est rien !

Eidos 64 : Sans la pédagogie, le numérique n’est rien ! | e learning formation | Scoop.it
La neuvième édition du colloque EIDOS 64 a amené ses participants à réflechir à l'élève comme un hacker de ses apprentissages. Entre mythe et réalité, un évènement riche de ses ateliers et de sa créativité pédagogique. Le travail de l'enseignant est de faire passer l'élève du stade de spectateur à acteur pour le mettre en capacité d’être un individu éclairé.

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Pour un usage raisonné des réseaux sociaux en milieu scolaire

Pour un usage raisonné des réseaux sociaux en milieu scolaire | e learning formation | Scoop.it

Cette dernière décennie a connu une évolution exponentielle de nouveaux outils de communication appelés “réseaux sociaux”. [...]
Le CLEMI (Centre de liaison de l'enseignement et des médias d'information) joue un rôle déterminant en mettant en  place  une  réelle politique volontariste d’Éducation aux Médias et à l’Information (ÉMI). [...]
C’est en accompagnant les élèves au sein des établissements scolaires lors de l’utilisation des réseaux sociaux, qu’ils vont pouvoir acquérir les savoirs et les savoirs faire  nécessaires à un usage raisonné de ces outils.

Conseils formulés par le CLEMI Nice (Novembre 2016)


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Alain MICHEL's curator insight, December 31, 2016 4:34 AM

Ce guide est à destination des personnels enseignants mais aussi des élèves et des familles.

Après une présentation sous forme de "fiches" pour les réseaux sociaux les plus couramment utilisés, ce guide nous informe sur les délits possibles et les risques encourus avant de mettre l'accent sur les précautions à prendre avec quelques conseils essentiels.

La dernière partie précise les conditions dans lesquelles ont peut travailler en classe en utilisant les réseaux sociaux.

À conserver et à diffuser...

 

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Comment les outils numériques impacteront la salle de classe en 2017 ? - Edupronet

Comment les outils numériques impacteront la salle de classe en 2017 ? - Edupronet | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Les boulversements technologiques et l'émergence de nouveaux outils numériques bousculent en profondeur l'organisation de la salle de classe
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Patrick Bérard's curator insight, February 6, 2017 9:15 PM

Les 8 tendances selon EducPros :

1. Les MOOCs pour virtualiser la salle de classe
2. Un apprentissage basé sur le jeu pour une salle de classe ludique.
3. Vers une démocratisation de l’impression 3D dans les écoles
4. Le Cloud Computing pour favoriser l’émergence de la salle de classe virtuelle
5. La réalité virtuelle en salle de classe pour plus de conceptualisation
6. Les Ecrans LCD tactiles pour favoriser l’interactivité dans l’apprentissage
7. De nouveaux écrans interactifs et flexibles pour l’émergence du cartable numérique
8. Les données biométriques pour un apprentissage plus individualisé et plus différencié

Marco Bertolini's curator insight, June 16, 2017 3:05 AM

Les outils numériques intégrés dans la classe  pour la rentrée 2017 ?

Willem Kuypers's curator insight, June 17, 2017 11:07 AM
L'AR, VR et gamification ne sont pas selon moi pour 2017.  Par contre, le cloud et les tablettes entrent à grande vitesse dans nos cours. Une stratégie digital learning (on ne dit plus e-learning) sans le mobile et le cloud ne correspond tout simplement pas à ce que sont les jeunes : mobiles et connectés.
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Kahoot - comment créer et animer une évaluation interactive

Dans ce tutoriel en français vous apprendrez à créer et animation une évaluation interactive avec Kahoot.

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Un tutoriel pour se lancer en classe
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Blog de t@d: Articulation des livrables de l'ingénierie tutorale avec ceux d'un digital learning

Blog de t@d: Articulation des livrables de l'ingénierie tutorale avec ceux d'un digital learning | e learning formation | Scoop.it

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Quelques MOOC qui sortent du lot

Quelques MOOC qui sortent du lot | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Je vais assumer complètement un parti pris et une non exhaustivité de ce qui se passe dans le domaine. J’ai juste croisé quelques sujets qui ont attiré mon attention. “Sciences Tag : Les médiations culturelles et scientifiques à l'ère des réseaux sociaux” nous vient du monde de la médiation scientifique. Il parcourt les différentes dimensions…
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Google rend gratuite une formidable suite d’outils pour la photographie

Google rend gratuite une formidable suite d’outils pour la photographie | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Jusqu’ici vendu 149€, la suite de plug-ins Nik Collection est désormais disponible en téléchargement libre. Beau cadeau ou début de la fin du développement du logiciel ?

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Learning Experience Design - Introduction (part 1)

Learning Experience Design - Introduction (part 1) | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Digitalization is revolutionizing our expectations from learning technology. Our learners and employees are looking for an all-around experience across various touch-points in their journey through an organization's/institution's digital infrastructure. They want the same experience as they do when they shop online and/or connect on social networking sites. They want to use the technology for fulfilling their goals. These goals could be collecting information, earning a degree/certification, and collaborating with communities of practice or their interests. A successful learning experience design is responsible for managing the overall learner journey and experience across channels and multiple platforms.

When organization leaders look at the Learning Experience Design (LXD) they think of disrupting innovations; however, it is about offering an ecosystem that aligns with the learner's goals. The goal of LXD is to improve the learning outcomes and the quality of experiences across different digital learning journeys.

In this series of articles, I will share some experiences and guidelines for an effective Learning Experience Design to create an engaging learning experience.

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Serious game: le concept Agile (atelier découverte)

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Serious game: le concept Agile (atelier découverte)

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A Taxonomy For Transfer: 14 Ways Learners Can Transfer What They Know -

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A Taxonomy For Transfer: 14 Ways Learners Can Transfer What They Know https://t.co/JdDaAR4Bh2

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La boîte à outils du CNAM

La boîte à outils du CNAM | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire des usages socio-éducatifs du numérique du CNAM offre en ligne une boîte à outils baptisée les « outils du Web » dont l'objectif est de « favoriser l’autonomie des enseignant-e-s dans la production de contenus pédagogiques servant à l’animation de leurs cours ».

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CECI Jean-François's curator insight, April 28, 2017 10:17 AM

de bons outils à intégrer dans une pédagogie active...

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Formative Assessment Works

by Mel Riddile


Formative assessment or assessment for learning is a proven strategy to improve student achievement.


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“Formative assessment is a planned process in which teachers or students use assessment-based evidence to adjust what they're currently doing.


• Formative assessment is a planned process in which assessment-elicited evidence of students' status is used by teachers to adjust their ongoing instructional procedures or by students to adjust their current learning tactics.


• Because formative assessment has been shown to improve students' in-class learning, many educators have adopted it in the hope that it will also raise their students' performances on accountability tests.


• The expanded use of formative assessment is supported not only by instructional logic but also by the conclusions of a well-conceived and skillfully implemented meta-analysis by Paul Black and Dylan Wiliam.” (Popham, 2008)After synthesizing over 250 publications, Black and Wiliam, concluded that formative assessment is perhaps the most effective educational practice when it comes to improving academic achievement. In addition, formative assessment has a disproportionately beneficial impact on low‐achieving students. http://www.hanoverresearch.com/media/The-Impact-of-Formative-Assessment-and-Learning-Intentions-on-Student-Achievement.pdfIn 


 


In 2009, John Hattie published a meta-meta-analysis of education research called Visible Learning: A synthesis of over 800 meta-analyses relating to achievement. In that study, Hattie found that formative assessment, when done correctly, had the highest effect size on student learning compared with other classroom strategies.


 


In recent years, neuroscientists have reported that retrieval practice—recalling and applying previously learning—had a huge impact (as much as 50%) on student retention of learned content. Combining retrieval practice and formative assessment can significantly reduce forgetting and increase retention of lesson content.


 


Each school’s instructional framework provides teachers with numerous opportunities to use formative assessments in the beginning and ending of a lesson as well as when engaging students and during student practice in the body of the lesson. Teachers use formative assessment to see if the students have mastered the content of the lesson—did they get it?


 


Note that mastery means that the students can demonstrate both that they ‘know’ the content and that they can apply what they learned to future or past learning.


 


Formative Assessment in the Beginning and Ending of the Lesson


 


• Purposeful Learning – The expectation that all activities be purposeful means that teachers always have something to check on or assess for understanding.


• Focusing (Beginning) – Ask students to demonstrate mastery of the previous lesson through bell ringer, do now, or warm up.


• Knowing the Lesson’s Purpose (Beginning) – Ask students to repeat the learning target or essential question in their own words


• Ask students to predict (“prediction effect”) the “why” of the learning target/essential question (Beginning).


• Use a closure activity or ‘exit ticket’ that asks more than comprehension level, regurgitation questions. Ask students to both recall (retrieval practice) and apply what they learned to future or past learning (Ending).


• Purposeful reading, writing, and discussion - Reflection of some kind that addresses learning using evidence from the lesson that connects the learning to something else (Ending).


 


Formative Assessment in the Body of the Lesson (Practicing and Engagement)


 


• Connection activities that ask students to link new learning to older learning• Visualization activities where students draw some concept that has been learned


• Question design - ask kids to write their own questions with different levels of Bloom's involved


• Game play where appropriate can be a great tool as well• Blog writing as a reflective or questioning tool


• Mentor activities that ask the student to create something original using the learning as a model


• Problem solving activities where students apply skills to arrive at a solutionIf students can complete any or all of the above, then we know they have demonstrated proficiency on some level. As we seek to move kids to mastery, we need to be acutely aware of their progress.


Andy Fetchik's curator insight, March 21, 2016 11:34 AM

“Formative assessment is a planned process in which teachers or students use assessment-based evidence to adjust what they're currently doing.

• Formative assessment is a planned process in which assessment-elicited evidence of students' status is used by teachers to adjust their ongoing instructional procedures or by students to adjust their current learning tactics.

• Because formative assessment has been shown to improve students' in-class learning, many educators have adopted it in the hope that it will also raise their students' performances on accountability tests.

• The expanded use of formative assessment is supported not only by instructional logic but also by the conclusions of a well-conceived and skillfully implemented meta-analysis by Paul Black and Dylan Wiliam.” (Popham, 2008)After synthesizing over 250 publications, Black and Wiliam, concluded that formative assessment is perhaps the most effective educational practice when it comes to improving academic achievement. In addition, formative assessment has a disproportionately beneficial impact on low‐achieving students. http://www.hanoverresearch.com/media/The-Impact-of-Formative-Assessment-and-Learning-Intentions-on-Student-Achievement.pdfIn ;


In 2009, John Hattie published a meta-meta-analysis of education research called Visible Learning: A synthesis of over 800 meta-analyses relating to achievement. In that study, Hattie found that formative assessment, when done correctly, had the highest effect size on student learning compared with other classroom strategies.


In recent years, neuroscientists have reported that retrieval practice—recalling and applying previously learning—had a huge impact (as much as 50%) on student retention of learned content. Combining retrieval practice and formative assessment can significantly reduce forgetting and increase retention of lesson content.


Each school’s instructional framework provides teachers with numerous opportunities to use formative assessments in the beginning and ending of a lesson as well as when engaging students and during student practice in the body of the lesson. Teachers use formative assessment to see if the students have mastered the content of the lesson—did they get it?


Note that mastery means that the students can demonstrate both that they ‘know’ the content and that they can apply what they learned to future or past learning.


Formative Assessment in the Beginning and Ending of the Lesson


• Purposeful Learning – The expectation that all activities be purposeful means that teachers always have something to check on or assess for understanding.

• Focusing (Beginning) – Ask students to demonstrate mastery of the previous lesson through bell ringer, do now, or warm up.

• Knowing the Lesson’s Purpose (Beginning) – Ask students to repeat the learning target or essential question in their own words

• Ask students to predict (“prediction effect”) the “why” of the learning target/essential question (Beginning).

• Use a closure activity or ‘exit ticket’ that asks more than comprehension level, regurgitation questions. Ask students to both recall (retrieval practice) and apply what they learned to future or past learning (Ending).

• Purposeful reading, writing, and discussion - Reflection of some kind that addresses learning using evidence from the lesson that connects the learning to something else (Ending).


Formative Assessment in the Body of the Lesson (Practicing and Engagement)


• Connection activities that ask students to link new learning to older learning• Visualization activities where students draw some concept that has been learned

• Question design - ask kids to write their own questions with different levels of Bloom's involved

• Game play where appropriate can be a great tool as well• Blog writing as a reflective or questioning tool

• Mentor activities that ask the student to create something original using the learning as a model

• Problem solving activities where students apply skills to arrive at a solutionIf students can complete any or all of the above, then we know they have demonstrated proficiency on some level. As we seek to move kids to mastery, we need to be acutely aware of their progress.


K.I.R.M. God is Business " From Day One"'s curator insight, April 24, 2017 6:20 AM

Lord God bless these words and their messengers allow it to be understood by man in the manner that is benefitual and for the good purpose of those that read it and bless them even the more that has is or will share it. Lord God have mercy reveal all those things that need be in Jesus name. Amen


 

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Etudier et enseigner efficacement avec les cartes heuristiques, l'exemple de Mindomo

Etudier et enseigner efficacement avec les cartes heuristiques, l'exemple de Mindomo | e learning formation | Scoop.it

Mindomo est une application en ligne [...] qui permet de concevoir des cartes heuristiques [...] Ces cartes permettent d’organiser l’information de manière synthétique et visuelle. La conception peut être individuelle ou réalisée en mode collaboratif.

Quelques exemples d’usages : mise en valeur de concepts, production d’une veille structurée, carte de controverse sur une problématique …

http://www.scoop.it/t/classemapping


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Les 40 ressources pédagogiques de la semaine

Les 40 ressources pédagogiques de la semaine | e learning formation | Scoop.it
RT @cafepedagogique: Les 40 ressources pédagogiques de la semaine https://t.co/mPt5wUokDg

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Les banques de ressources numériques éducatives disponibles à 100% - L'école change avec le numérique

Les banques de ressources numériques éducatives disponibles à 100% - L'école change avec le numérique | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Elles permettent de travailler les enseignements de français, mathématiques, langues vivantes étrangères, histoire-géographie et sciences. Elles sont composées de contenus multimédias interactifs (textes, images, sons, vidéos, animation 2D et 3D, exercices, éléments de réalité augmentée et réalité virtuelle, jeux…) et de services associés permettant d’une part d’utiliser et de créer des activités, des séances et …

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Accessibles uniquement aux enseignants de l'éducation nationale, dommage...
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Créer avec google Form un QCM avec correction automatique et envoie du résultat

Créer avec google Form un QCM avec correction automatique et envoie du résultat | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Réaliser un QCM dans Google Formulaire avec envoie des réponses et correction automatique.

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Anabela Luís's curator insight, July 31, 2014 7:32 AM

Para criar formulários com correção automática.

Bertin Ngninteguia's curator insight, July 31, 2014 7:19 PM

Très bon outil pour évaluer en ligne à l'aide des QCM !

Isabel Bornet's comment, August 1, 2014 3:05 AM
Un seul bémol... Le formulaire ne fonctionne pas sur le mobile..
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Blog de t@d: Processus d'une intervention tutorale réactive

Blog de t@d: Processus d'une intervention tutorale réactive | e learning formation | Scoop.it

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Créer avec google Form un QCM avec correction automatique et envoie du résultat

Créer avec google Form un QCM avec correction automatique et envoie du résultat | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Réaliser un QCM dans Google Formulaire avec envoie des réponses et correction automatique.

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Anabela Luís's curator insight, July 31, 2014 7:32 AM

Para criar formulários com correção automática.

Bertin Ngninteguia's curator insight, July 31, 2014 7:19 PM

Très bon outil pour évaluer en ligne à l'aide des QCM !

Isabel Bornet's comment, August 1, 2014 3:05 AM
Un seul bémol... Le formulaire ne fonctionne pas sur le mobile..
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Google lance son site dédié au Material Design

Google lance son site dédié au Material Design | e learning formation | Scoop.it
Material.io regroupe théorie, ressources et outils pour comprendre et appliquer le material design.
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