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Learning in new environments for University students. Proble based learning and collaborative learning.
Curated by Glenn Mc Nolty
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The Flipped Classroom: A Pedagogy for Differentiating Instruction and Teaching Essential Skills

The Flipped Classroom: A Pedagogy for Differentiating Instruction and Teaching Essential Skills | Located Learning | Scoop.it

What might a successful flipped classroom look like?

 

Summer is almost over and some educators, when thinking about the upcoming school year, may be considering “flipping their classroom” as a new method for instruction of essential skills. A flipped classroom is one in which the background learning of a particular topic or skill occurs outside of class time - utilizing technological tools like videos and podcasts to teach the essential skills. This leaves class time free to work collaboratively on the higher-order thinking needed to utilize these skills.


Via Teach n' Kids Learn, Tom Perran, Antoine VandenBeemt
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3D Virtual Worlds: Educational Technology

3D Virtual Worlds: Educational Technology | Located Learning | Scoop.it
Using 3D virtual worlds (OpenSimulator, Second Life) to teach design, programming and other subjects.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, August 18, 2013 9:19 AM

Have hit 900 followers! Now to get back to the much-neglected blog! ;)

oliviersc's comment, August 19, 2013 10:51 AM
Un lien qui boucle sur lui même et, donc, ne mène nul part ; on ne saura pas si "ça" vaut Hatsune Miku : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PozEQjXfxsE&feature=player_embedded Hatsune Miku
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A Beautifully Sad Piece About Childhood

A Beautifully Sad Piece About Childhood | Located Learning | Scoop.it
Using HTML5 and with some help from Google, Chris Milk’s The Wilderness Downtown is akin to a music video which allows one’s childhood memories of place a starring role–or at least a competitive one with Google’s archive. It is eerily nostalgic...

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