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The Digital Learning Wheel ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The Digital Learning Wheel ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it

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Mr Allan's curator insight, June 7, 2017 4:17 AM

Wow, what a wonderful graphic! Thank you for curating this one. I like the way it make it very easy to scan multiple ICT possibilities very quickly. Its like a immediate brainstorm of what to so with ICT. It does not mention SAMR directly, instead it categorizes the different technologies into their various uses and the goal that they may meet. I like it a lot. No tags there, so I'll add a couple: SAMR, Digital classroom and ICT.

InformationCommunication (ICT)
Communicating effectively utilizing technological resources and information. This topic also contains information within the realms of Social Media and Content Curation in & out of the classroom.
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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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Screen Time Syndrome: Brain Images Explain Why Kids Are Moody, Impulsive & Can't Pay Attention

Screen Time Syndrome: Brain Images Explain Why Kids Are Moody, Impulsive & Can't Pay Attention | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
Often parents have a nagging sense they should limit screen time, but often question whether there’s enough evidence to justify yanking coveted devices.
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Content Curation: A necessary skill for today’s learners - Jennifer Casa-Todd @jcasatodd

Content Curation: A necessary skill for today’s learners - Jennifer Casa-Todd @jcasatodd | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
Curation is the “ability to find, to filter, to evaluate, to annotate, to choose which sources are valuable” (Valenza, Boyer , Curtis, 2014). In our information-rich age, not only is it necessary to curate, but creating content from curated resources is an excellent way to consolidate understanding and provides students with the opportunity to think critically and creatively. I have written about Content Curation and Digital Leadership before. I also include curation tools in the chapter, “The Other Social Media Tools” in Social LEADia because I believe that Storify, and curation tools like it…

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John Evans's curator insight, January 25, 7:06 AM
Neat new app added to my content curation tool kit! Thanks @jencasatodd for sharing!

Olaf de Groot's curator insight, January 26, 4:22 AM
Neat new app added to my content curation tool kit! Thanks @jencasatodd for sharing!

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A Step by Step Guide to Creating A Class Website Using The New Google Sites

A Step by Step Guide to Creating A Class Website Using The New Google Sites | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
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50 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom

The 50 tips and projects provide you and your students with 50 ways to use Twitter in the classroom to create important and lasting lessons.
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Applying Technology in Physical Education Class: Lots of Possibilities | Emerging Education Technologies

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Content Curation strategies for Digital Learning

Content Curation strategies for Digital Learning | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
In our digitally connected world, most of us have become curators of content as we utilize the technology tools in our pockets to interact with each other. We practice curation for both personal and professional reasons by saving our favorite links, images, videos, and other resources, which we have either found ourselves or have been shared with us. In turn, we usually share this curated content with each other through social media, email, text messages, etc. We can then carefully curate the information that we assemble and organize on social media, as it collectively becomes our representation of our digital selves. Even this blog is another example of curation, as I often include the links to other sources that I find valuable, and arrange my thoughts, ideas, and illustrations into a cohesive whole.

Although most of us participate in daily content curation, many people frequently make mistakes in the types of content that they share online and damage their reputations and/or digital footprints. The content in these situations may be inappropriate, lack authenticity, or distract from the intended message. These concerns are relevant to both personal and professional attempts at content curation and necessitate a purposeful, focused, and methodic approach to this task

In my last blog post, Curation for Digital Learning, I detailed the reasons why schools and districts should engage in content curation to facilitate digital learning. I also listed the activities that are involved in content curation, specifically within K-12 learning environments. Now, to better nurture digital learning ecosystems, this blog post contains an overview of some specific strategies that schools and districts can undertake to begin, execute, and sustain a successful plan for content curation. I have attempted to list the strategies in order; however, once the process of content curation is initiated by a school district, many activities begin to happen concurrently, and there may be some overlap in timing as different teams and individuals begin to fulfill their roles and responsibilities within that process.

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Social Media in Physical Education

Today, physical educators can gain networking & professional development opportunities by making use of social media in physical education.
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Digital Education and Learning | Michael Thomas | Springer

Digital Education and Learning | Michael Thomas | Springer | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it

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MakeBadges - via @ICTmagic

MakeBadges - via @ICTmagic | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
Description: A wonderful little tool for creating custom badges to download and use in your classroom. [...]

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15 New New EdTech Tools to Try Out in Your Instruction

15 New New EdTech Tools to Try Out in Your Instruction | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
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Teens, Social Media & Technology 2018 | Benton Foundation


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4 types of blogs that gain traction | #Blogging #writing 

4 types of blogs that gain traction | #Blogging #writing  | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
Thousands of blogs are launched every single month, yet only a few ever last more than a few weeks. Here are 4 types of blogs that will help you drive results.

 

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Gust MEES's curator insight, September 13, 2017 9:06 AM
Thousands of blogs are launched every single month, yet only a few ever last more than a few weeks. Here are 4 types of blogs that will help you drive results.

 

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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/?s=blogs

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Blogging

 

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Education Technology – Leadership key to EdTech success, by Natalie Burgess

Education Technology – Leadership key to EdTech success, by Natalie Burgess | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
This latest extract from Education Technology is written by Natalie Burgess, Microsoft Teacher Ambassador,  who looks at the barriers often facing teachers when trying edtech in the classroom. To learn more about edtech in the classroom, register for Natalie’s webinar Digital Leaders in the Primary School. Follow @natburgess88 Education Technology – Leadership key to EdTech success, by Natalie Burges

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Jillian Schaibly's curator insight, July 25, 2017 6:42 PM
This resource discusses the reasons teachers come to a brick wall when dealing with technology in the classroom. Mostly it's because they don't know to successful implement it. Principals need to make staff feel comfortable
Using technology by offering workshops and informative trainings on technology.
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The Technology Revolution in Physical Education

The Technology Revolution in Physical Education | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
Anyone who knows me knows that I absolutely love technology.  I am affectionately known at my school as a “computer geek” and I am happy to say that many o
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The Best Times to Publish to Social Media

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The Physical Education Daily

The Physical Education Daily | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
A selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos recommended by Dan Kirsch
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My #physed tag from my online newspaper! Sharing great curated #physed resources from teachers all over the world via content curation!!

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The Disruption of Digital Learning: Ten Things We Have Learned

The Disruption of Digital Learning: Ten Things We Have Learned | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
Digital learning is here: what are the ten trends to make sense of this new landscape?

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How to Subscribe to a YouTube Channel

How to Subscribe to a YouTube Channel | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
I have a few YouTube channels that I enjoy and look forward to their next uploads. I subscribe to those channels so that I'm notifie
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Should Our Kids Be Coding?

Should Our Kids Be Coding? | InformationCommunication (ICT) | Scoop.it
Read about Should Our Kids Be Coding? from Beyond a leading New Zealand Recruiter
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