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8 Ways Digital Storytelling Transforms Learning in 21st Century Education

8 Ways Digital Storytelling Transforms Learning in 21st Century Education | Hi-Ed Tech | Scoop.it
Digital storytelling is a trending educational tool. Know the 8 ways research indicate it transforms learning.

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The 5 Rules of Storytelling Every Teacher Should Know about ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Andrew Man's curator insight, November 20, 2013 2:27 AM

Awesome visual about the 5 rules of storytelling.

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Why Students Should Use Twitter - Edudemic

Why Students Should Use Twitter - Edudemic | Hi-Ed Tech | Scoop.it
There are loads of scholarships, essay contests, STEM competitions and grant opportunities for middle school, high school and college students posted daily on Twitter. Having a Twitter account allows you to access all that and more.
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Social Is Seo And Content Is Social [Infografic]

Social Is Seo And Content Is Social [Infografic] | Hi-Ed Tech | Scoop.it

You probably have already heard that Social Media is the new SEO, too. The reason isn’t rocket science. Major search engines are focused on delivering the best possible search experience to their users.

 

Otherwise, they cease to become “major” search engines. That being the premise — sites offering more relevant content get more visibility in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages).

 

Read More At: http://jupiterjimsmarketingteam.com/2012/10/13/content-is-still-king-social-media-and-seo/

 

 


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6 Myths of the Flipped Classroom | Technology and Learning @insidehighered

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6 Myths of the #FlippedClassroom http://t.co/QAopswrz07 via @insidehighered

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Dr Christy Dena explains the evolving use of transmedia in education

Dr Christy Dena explains the evolving use of transmedia in education | Hi-Ed Tech | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, August 26, 2013 9:41 PM


This is a two part blog series ...


1. Transmedia stories and games explained:  "Opportunity abounds in the area of ‘transmedia projects’, or stories and games that span more than one medium or artform."


2. Opening the door to transmedia projects:  "In what follows I’ll share some of the design guidelines I’ve come to after running transmedia courses for years as a practitioner, and also as an educator for industry professionals and undergraduate students."

leon portman's curator insight, August 27, 2013 2:29 PM

Ok

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Global Competence at the Middle Level: A Critical Imperative

Global Competence at the Middle Level: A Critical Imperative | Hi-Ed Tech | Scoop.it

A fresh emphasis on innovation and global competence sends a new imperative to middle level schools that is both exciting and challenging.

 

Schools must provide an education for each student to prepare them for success in this rapidly changing world rather than educating them for the world in which their parents and teachers grew up. Our middle-level students now will be buying, selling, and communicating, either face-to-face or through technology, with people whose backgrounds and cultures are different from their own. They will be working in collaborative teams that represent increased diversity and various points of view. They will be using technologies that have not yet been invented. Middle-level educators cannot continue to prepare students to live in the world of typewriters and landlines—of silos and isolation—when that world is quickly disappearing.


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