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Data visualization & Data storytelling, Caroline Goulard (Atelier Open Data Google / Dataconnexions)

Conférence en français par CAROLINE GOULARD de Dataveyes. Cette conférence a été enregistrée au cours de l'Atelier Open Data Google / Dataconnexions le 14 Ma...

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La classe inversée et les pièges à éviter


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RESENTICE's curator insight, December 16, 2015 5:17 AM

La classe inversée : les pièges à éviter proposé par la CARDIE de Créteil.

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La classe inversée : les pièges à éviter proposé par la CARDIE de Créteil.

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La classe inversée : les pièges à éviter proposé par la CARDIE de Créteil.

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How to Tell a Powerful Story with Data Visualization

How to Tell a Powerful Story with Data Visualization | iEduc | Scoop.it
Data visualization – the ability to condense, analyze, and share data that makes an impact. This is how businesses are using it effectively in their content.
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3 Ways to Help Students Build Empathy Using Technology

Can your students build empathy skills even while using technology? Yes! In fact, exercises that help students build empathy in digital spaces are a crucial part of positive social and emotional learning.
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Newman Against Your Computer-Educated Brain – The Disconnect –

Last year, the National Bureau of Economic Research surveyed the effects of computers on education. It found that “internet courses are less effective than in-person instruction,” and that “taken as…
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AnswerThePublic, un étonnant outil au service du veilleur créatif. | Outils Froids

AnswerThePublic, un étonnant outil au service du veilleur créatif. | Outils Froids | iEduc | Scoop.it
“AnswerThePublic permet d'associer un mot-clé aux questions posées à Google par les internautes sur ce même thème. Il peut notamment être considéré comme un outil d'aide à la découverte par sérendipité.”
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Merci @crid du signalement, super outil pour aider à réfléchir sur un thème

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Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers (a good revisit from TeachThought)

Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers (a good revisit from TeachThought) | iEduc | Scoop.it
“Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers”
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Video Creation Tips From Rob Kelly –

Video Creation Tips From Rob Kelly – | iEduc | Scoop.it
Rob Kelly is an Australian primary school teacher who is doing some amazing things with multimedia. We share some of Rob’s videos and video creation tips.
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A Handy Chart Featuring Over 30 Good Educational Resources for Research Students

A Handy Chart Featuring Over 30 Good Educational Resources for Research Students | iEduc | 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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Best Practices for Gamification in Schools

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Spread the loveIn education, “gamification” refers to using elements of game play (such as rules, competition, and point scoring) as a teaching tool that increases student engagement and motivation. Gamification can include badges, leaderboards, and any type of educational competition or game. While the concept of gamification isn’t new, the digital tools available to today’s teachers make gamification more innovative and engaging than ever before. Research indicates that gamification helps students develop more positive attitudes toward learning, increases cognitive and social growth, improves attention spans, and more. To ensure your students benefit as much as possible from gamification, try following …
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The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies (Startklar?! March 2018)

The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies (Startklar?! March 2018) | iEduc | Scoop.it
I presented today in Berlin at the Goethe Institute’s Startklar?! event. I went after a keynote (in German) by Cathleen Berger, Mozilla’s Global Engagement Lead. My time at Mozilla didn’t overlap with hers, but the subjects covered in our presentations certainly did!

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What if…..? (E-Learning) –

What if…..? (E-Learning) – | iEduc | Scoop.it
What if e-learning scenarios. We explore scenarios, situations and capabilities that would have an impact for learners.
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Using Artificial Intelligence to Help Students with Learning Disabilities Learn

Using Artificial Intelligence to Help Students with Learning Disabilities Learn | iEduc | Scoop.it
Spread the loveEducators can have a challenging time adapting their teaching style to match every student, especially when there are students with learning disabilities in their classroom. A learning disability presents a unique obstacle to traditional teaching methods. It can be difficult in a contemporary classroom for teachers to give students the attention and instruction they really need. Now, they might be able to receive that instruction through the use of artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is rapidly growing more useful by the day. Researchers are developing cognitive systems that can help to support those with disabilities in the unique ways …
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How Do You Learn to Teach Online? Here are 9 Tips!

How Do You Learn to Teach Online? Here are 9 Tips! | iEduc | Scoop.it

"Tips to help online educators plan their first course. With online education, a growing force on the market, more enterprising individuals than ever before are finding themselves inspired to launch an online course of their own. However, for many of these potential educators, the first hurdle is learning how to teach a course."


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EDTECH@UTRGV's curator insight, March 30, 12:41 PM

When people ask me how to get started in online education, I recommend that they begin by taking small steps. Begin by creating a course shell and transferring some of your course content to it. Then, transfer assessments and activities to the course. While still teaching face-to-face, have students begin doing some assignments through the LMS. Slowly, begin to transition from fully face-to-face, to blended, to fully online.

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When people ask me how to get started in online education, I recommend that they begin by taking small steps. Begin by creating a course shell and transferring some of your course content to it. Then, transfer assessments and activities to the course. While still teaching face-to-face, have students begin doing some assignments through the LMS. Slowly, begin to transition from fully face-to-face, to blended, to fully online.

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How Edtech Makes Learning More Accessible

How Edtech Makes Learning More Accessible | iEduc | Scoop.it
Spread the loveIn education, material that is “accessible” meets the needs of students from a wide variety of backgrounds, abilities, and learning styles. Based on this definition, it’s clear that accessibility is vital. All students, at all ability levels and from all backgrounds, should be able to understand and learn from the content delivered in a classroom. Sounds like a tall order, doesn’t it? Fortunately, the influx of edtech has made learning more accessible than ever before. Here are just a few ways that edtech makes learning more accessible: Differentiated Instruction “Differentiated instruction” has long been an education buzzword, and …
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The General Data Protection Regulation Explained | EDUCAUSE

The European Union set an effective date of May 2018 for the General Data Protection Regulation, which expands personal privacy rights for EU resident
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Alternatives to Homework: Try Gamification

Alternatives to Homework: Try Gamification | iEduc | Scoop.it
Looking for some alternatives to homework for your classroom? Keep reading, we have you covered.
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