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10 Important Tasks Teachers Can Do on The New Google Forms curated by Educators' technology

10 Important Tasks Teachers Can Do on The New Google Forms curated by Educators' technology | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education”
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Schools Are Missing What Matters About Learning - The Atlantic

Schools Are Missing What Matters About Learning - The Atlantic | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ When Orville Wright, of the Wright brothers fame, was told by a friend that he and his brother would always be an example of how far someone can go in life with no special advantages, he emphatically responded, “to say we had no special advantages … the greatest thing in our favor was growing up in a family where there was always much encouragement to intellectual curiosity.” The power of curiosity to contribute not only to high achievement, but also to a fulfilling existence, cannot be emphasized enough. Curiosity can be defined as “the recognition, pursuit, and intense desire to explore, novel, challenging, and uncertain events.” In recent years, curiosity has been linked to happiness, creativity, satisfying intimate relationships, increased personal growth after traumatic experiences, and increased meaning in life. In the school context, conceptualized as a “character strength,” curiosity has also received heightened research attention. Having a “hungry mind” has been shown to be a core determinant of academic achievement, rivaling the prediction power of IQ.”
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Quick Classroom Exercises to Combat Stress By Dr. Lori Desautels

Quick Classroom Exercises to Combat Stress By Dr. Lori Desautels | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
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How to Reinstall Default Apps Deleted from iPhone or iPad - OSXDaily

How to Reinstall Default Apps Deleted from iPhone or iPad - OSXDaily | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ Now that iPhone and iPad users can delete default apps from their iOS devices, you may find it important to know how to re-download those stock apps to reinstall them back onto your iOS device. This is possible with any of the default apps bundle with iOS that can be deleted and then restored, including Calendar, Calculator, Compass, Contacts, FaceTime, Find My Friends, Home, iBooks, iCloud Drive / Files, iTunes Store, Podcasts, Mail, Maps, Music, News, Notes, Podcasts, Reminders, Stocks, Tips, TV / Videos, Voice Memos, Weather, and Watch.”
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Learning theories and online learning by  Tony Bates

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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, September 19, 2017 8:43 AM
“…there is an impressive body of evidence on how teaching methods and curriculum design affect deep, autonomous, and reflective learning. Yet most faculty are largely ignorant of this scholarship, and instructional practices and curriculum planning are dominated by tradition rather than research evidence. As a result, teaching remains largely didactic, assessment of student work is often trivial, and curricula are more likely to emphasize content coverage than acquisition of lifelong and life-wide learning skills.” Knapper, 2010, p. 229
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A Classroom Full of Risk Takers - @Edutopia

A Classroom Full of Risk Takers - @Edutopia | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ No one learns without making mistakes. Quite the opposite—we learn when we make mistakes. But in the classroom, making mistakes and taking risks can be at best unrewarded, and at worst ridiculed and unnecessarily penalized. I asked my 21-year-old son the other day what high school class had made him feel safe to make mistakes. He said that he never made mistakes. Really? He explained that he only did the work if he knew he was going to succeed. That made me think about my own teaching: Do I create a classroom where students will be risk takers?”
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LaDawna Harrington's curator insight, September 20, 2017 11:35 AM
The library is the place to ask questions and hunt for answers and engage with multiple literacies that allow for critical thinking and problem-solving.
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30 creative ways to use Padlet for teachers and students

30 creative ways to use Padlet for teachers and students | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it

"I’m always excited when I’m using Padlet. Is it the interface, the way everything is designed, its purpose or the fact that I’m organizing things smoothly? I don’t know. It just makes me happy.

And today I’ll try to make you happy as well. How is it that this online Post-it board can make your day? How to use Padlet in your classroom? What are the best lesson ideas with padlet? How can you use Padlet in the elementary classroom and in high school? "


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How I added four hours of battery life to my smartphone every day for free - USA Today

How I added four hours of battery life to my smartphone every day for free - USA Today | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ I’ve had big-time battery drain issues on my last three iPhones. I just figured it was my fault — maybe I’m too addicted to apps, take too many photos, or just use my phone too much? It’s an issue I’ve gone to Apple for help with many times. But the Genius’s — Apple's retail support — were flummoxed, too. After the typical troubleshooting: Update iOS? Check. Adjust screen brightness? Check. Use Wi-Fi when possible, turn off location services, and tone down notifications? Check, check, and check again. Nothing seems to solve the issues. Maybe I got the phone wet? It was time to kick things up to the next level. I enlisted experts like Scotty Loveless, a former Apple Genius and iOS tech who told me this would not be another, “turn off every useful feature of iOS posts…” because those “really grind my gears.” Finally, someone speaking my language! With that said, here’s how I finally beat the worst of my battery battles — and now you can, too.”
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Digital Storytelling Wheel for Teachers   EdTech & mLearning   

Digital Storytelling Wheel for Teachers   EdTech & mLearning    | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ For those of you who haven't seen it yet, here is one of our popular visuals we published last year. Digital storytelling wheel features a number of interesting resources students can use in class to create and share digital stories. We have organized these resources into: iPad apps , Android apps, and Web tools for digital storytelling. We invite you to check them out and share with us your feedback in our Facebook page. ”
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Top Tech Tools for Online Instructors

Top Tech Tools for Online Instructors | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“Teaching Online Career advice from the highly accredited University of Wisconsin Stout.”
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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, April 17, 2017 4:57 PM

Here's a list of tech tools used by online instructors at UW-Stout.  Good stuff! 

Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, April 18, 2017 10:42 AM
A great list of resources for anyone using technology in teaching. 
 
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3 Important iPad Resources for Science Teachers

3 Important iPad Resources for Science Teachers | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ Here are three interesting free resources for science teachers using iPad with their students in class. These are courses provided by Apple Education featuring various tips, ideas and content designed specifically to help teachers integrate iPad in their science instruction. You will get to explore curated science collections, discover relevant apps, books and iTunes u materials and lessons to compliment your classroom instruction. We invite you to check them out below and share with us your feedback in our Facebook page.”
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Export Quizzes from Google Docs to Google Forms with Formenate - via Teq

Export Quizzes from Google Docs to Google Forms with Formenate - via Teq | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
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4 Secrets to Learning Anything, According to Neuroscience

4 Secrets to Learning Anything, According to Neuroscience | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“The future of work is all about innovation and agility. We have to be prepared for ever-changing circumstances, and that means being open to learning new things.Learning is no longer something we just do in schools. We can't rely on just the skillset we knew when we entered the workforce--that will guarantee career stagnation.”
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, November 22, 2016 4:52 AM

Interesting interview with 4 sound tips.

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Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers

Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ Part of rethinking learning means rethinking the bits and pieces of the learning process–teaching strategies, writing pieces, etc. ”

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Saberes Sin Fronteras OVS's curator insight, November 23, 2017 1:05 PM

Todos los padres sabemos el problema que nos plantean los escolares con sus deberes o tareas que les ponen para hacer en casa. Pero hay alternativas a esa forma de aprendizaje

Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, November 24, 2017 5:45 AM
Wat als... we het concept huiswerk eens herbekijken.
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How to Add More Apps (Up to 15) to Dock on iPad - OSXDaily

How to Add More Apps (Up to 15) to Dock on iPad - OSXDaily | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it

"If you’re an iPad owner who frequently uses many different apps, you’ll appreciate the ability to add more apps than ever before into the Dock of iOS on the iPad. Now, any iPad running iOS 11 or later can place up to 15 apps in the Dock on the device. This is more of a usability tip than much else, but it’s one of those little changes to iOS that is easily overlooked since most iPad users are long accustomed to the older Dock limits."


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8 Great Apps for Mobile Learners curated by educators' technology

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Shari Flynt Williamson's curator insight, October 21, 2017 8:07 PM

I remember in school there were some classes (algebra) that just were not my friend and the instructor simply was not explaining any of it in a way that made since to me.  I would have loved to have one of these apps to jump on, listen to algebra instruction, and perhaps just hearing the explanation in a different way would have given me that "aaaah, haaaa" moment.

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Creating student constructed quizzes using Google Forms - by  Ian O'Byrne

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Instagram for Teachers - Learning in Hand @tonyvincent

Instagram for Teachers - Learning in Hand @tonyvincent | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ Instagram isn't just for posting photos of food. Instagram can actually be a powerful learning and communication tool for educators, so I've written this guide for teachers. I'd like to show the kinds of things teachers can see on Instagram. I'd also like to tell you about the ins and outs of Instagram, starting with the basics and ending with crafting awesome posts.”
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Daniela Jimenez's curator insight, September 30, 2017 9:14 PM
Technological devices and their applications make part of daily human life and encourage us to use it. Mobile technologies have the potential to support second-language learning because it provides autonomous learning opportunities and access to learning materials. For the last decade, technologies have been used by educators, school administrators, and students in education to help themselves in teaching and learning. Nowadays institutions and students are moving towards the use of mobile technologies which have become the biggest tool that had rapidly gaining importance in this field. Therefore, the use of a tool such as Instagram that is seen as a tool for daily entretaining, can be useful also for learning and teaching because it is capable of opening many possibilities for language learners, and their rapid adoption makes it easier to make students engage and develop easier their interest and motivation. Having technology multifunctional devices used for communication, entertainment, networking and learning, they are seen as potentially useful for EFL learning and instruction because of its easy portability and connectivity. 
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16 Good iPad Science Apps for High School Students

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iOS 11: The best new features in one handy list

iOS 11: The best new features in one handy list | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ iOS 11 is one of the biggest updates to Apple’s mobile OS yet, especially for iPad users. Now that it’s available in a public beta, here’s our rundown of the best features so you can decide for yourself whether to install. Spoiler alert: you probably should. Apple Pay takes on Venmo and Facebook Apple Pay …”
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Cindy Rudy's curator insight, June 29, 2017 9:02 AM

Some of these features will be so handy in the classroom!

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Tutorial: Simple Privacy Evaluation of a Website via Common Sense Media

Tutorial: Simple Privacy Evaluation of a Website via Common Sense Media | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“Common Sense Education empowers students and educators with digital citizenship tools and teaching strategies to advance learning in the digital age.”
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Some Good iPad Math Apps for High School Students - EdTech & mLearning

Some Good iPad Math Apps for High School Students - EdTech & mLearning | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ Today we spent sometime going through iTunes App Store collections for high school students and curated for you the apps below. These are some good applications high school students can use to help them with their math. The apps are arranged into three main categories: Algebra, Geometry and graphing and calculation apps. We invite you to check them out and share with your students. The visual below is also available for free download in PDF format from ”
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Curiosity - knowledge base website reviewed by Educators Tech 

Curiosity - knowledge base website reviewed by Educators Tech  | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
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Loom - Save time with quick videos for free.

Loom - Save time with quick videos for free. | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“Loom is a video communication platform helping individuals and teams unlock the power of video in the workplace. Unlimited recording and storage. HD quality. Instantly ready to share.”
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, April 18, 2017 1:25 AM

Great free Chrome plugin for video communication.

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This Simple Philosophical Puzzle Shows How Difficult It Is to Know Something - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus

This Simple Philosophical Puzzle Shows How Difficult It Is to Know Something - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus | Filosofar é inquietar-se! | Scoop.it
“ In the 1960s, the American philosopher Edmund Gettier devised a thought experiment that has become known as a “Gettier case.” It shows that something’s “off” about the way we understand knowledge. This ordeal is called the “Gettier problem,” and 50 years later, philosophers are still arguing about it. Jennifer Nagel, a philosopher of mind at the University of Toronto, sums up its appeal. “The resilience of the Gettier problem,” she says, “suggests that it is difficult (if not impossible) to develop any explicit reductive theory of knowledge.” What is knowledge? Well, thinkers for thousands of years had more or less taken one definition for granted: Knowledge is “justified true belief.” The reasoning seemed solid: Just believing something that happens to be true doesn’t necessarily make it knowledge. If your friend says to you that she knows what you ate last night (say it’s veggie pizza), and happens to be right after guessing, that doesn’t mean she knew. That was just a lucky guess—a mere true belief. Your friend would know, though, if she said veggie pizza because she saw you eat it—that’s the “justification” part. Your friend, in that case, would have good reason to believe you ate it. The reason the Gettier problem is renowned is because Gettier showed, using little short stories, that this intuitive definition of knowledge was flawed. His 1963 paper, titled “Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?” resembles an undergraduate assignment. It’s just three pages long. But that’s all Gettier needed to revolutionize his field, epistemology, the study of the theory of knowledge. The “problem” in a Gettier problem emerges in little, unassuming vignettes. Gettier had his, and philosophers have since come up with variations of their own. Try this version, from the University of Birmingham philosopher Scott Sturgeon: Suppose I burgle your house, find two bottles of Newcastle Brown in the kitchen, drink and replace them. You remember purchasing the ale and come to believe there will be two bottles waiting for you at home. Your belief is justified and true, but you do not know what’s going on.”
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