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App per prof #36 PLICKERS (Quiz con QRcode) Recap. Irrinunciabile smartphone. "Ma i divieti non servono" 3 cose da sapere per usare (bene) Telegram a scuola. Molti di voi sanno già cosa sia Telegram.

3 cose da sapere per usare (bene) Telegram a scuola

Per quelli meno informati, potremmo definire Telegram “la meravigliosa spina nel fianco di WhatsApp”. Si tratta infatti di un’app di messaggistica istantanea che offre molte delle funzioni già presenti su WhatsApp, ed altre totalmente inedite. Su Telegram, ad esempio si possono inviare dei file fino ad un 1GB ciascuno, un qualcosa assolutamente da non sottovalutare. Non mi soffermerò molto sul lato sicurezza. EDUGAME_ Quizizz: Fun Multiplayer Classroom Quizzes. Insegnare con IPAD.

Quiz & gamification

Pillole 2.0 – Tricider – Seneta.it. Tricider è un’applicazione Web gratuita per la realizzazione di indagini, questionari e sondaggi, in maniera semplice e con pochi passaggi.

Pillole 2.0 – Tricider – Seneta.it

L’utilizzo, oltre che attraverso il browser, può avvenire tramite dispositivi mobili, sia Android sia IOS. Una discussione può essere generata anche senza registrazione, ma non è consigliato in quanto, registrandosi, le discussioni possono essere salvate e recuperate per 15 giorni. È possibile condividere, senza limite al numero di partecipanti, l’attività attraverso il link associato: gli utenti hanno la possibilità di aggiungere ulteriori opinioni o dare un parere positivo o negativo su quanto proposto. La distribuzione può avvenire incorporando Tricider in un blog, oppure è possibile utilizzare Facebook, Twitter o LinkedIn. Popplet. Adobe Voice una grande app per raccontare e presentare. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Simple Tool to Create Stunning Video Animations for Your Class.

September 19, 2015 Biteable is a web-based tool that allows you to create beautiful explainer videos to share with your students.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Simple Tool to Create Stunning Video Animations for Your Class

Explainer videos are short animated clips that make use of a wide variety of visuals and multimedia materials to communicate a message in a concise and comprehensible way. You probably have already seen some examples of Explainer videos on ads played on YouTube, several companies use this kind of videos to advertise their products. However, as a teacher, you can create explainer videos to explain key concepts, create instructional guides and tutorials to share with students and many more. You don’t need advanced video editing skills to use Biteable. The process is simple and easy. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Eight Free tools for Teachers to Make Awesome Infographics. 1- Easel.ly This is a great tool that allows users to create visually rich infographics from pre-designed themes.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Eight Free tools for Teachers to Make Awesome Infographics

It is very easy to use and only drag and drop. It actually supports Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. 2- Stat Planet This one here allows users to create amazing visualisations and share them with others. It can be used either within your browser or download the software for free. 3- Hohli This is an awesome chart maker. SAMR Model Explained for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Below is a great video explaining the SAMR model in 120 seconds.

SAMR Model Explained for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

SAMR is a framework through which you can assess and evaluate the technology you use in your class. Here is how the video below shared by Candace M explains the SAMR's four levels: Substitution In a substitution level, teachers or students are only using new technology tools to replace old ones, for instance, using Google Docs to replace Microsoft Word. the task ( writing) is the same but the tools are different. Augmentation Though it is a different level, but we are still in the substitution mentality but this time with added functionalities. Again using the example of Google docs, instead of only writing a document and having to manually save it and share it with others, Google Docs provides extra services like auto saving, auto syncing, and auto sharing in the cloud.

Watch the video to learn more about SAMR. Math problem solver with steps for free. Form@re » n. 73 gennaio. N. 73 gennaio » Cos’è il mobile learning a cui è dedicato questo numero di Form@re?

form@re » n. 73 gennaio

I lettori troveranno diverse definizioni offerte dagli autori dei vari articoli che pubblichiamo. Del resto, non sarebbe univoca nemmeno una definizione di learning. L’aggiunta dell’aggettivo «mobile» al termine «apprendimento» – o, da parte di altri, l’aggiunta dell’aggettivo «ubiquitario»: ubiquitus learning – è la presa d’atto, nel campo dell’educazione e della formazione, della novità di essere sempre connessi. Abstract. Abstract. Abstract. Mobile learning per l’integrazione di gruppi a rischio di marginalizzazione. Ensemble project - Ensemble products - Ensemble booklet IT - Mobile Learning per promuovere l’inclusione sociale.

Del cellulare in educazione. Dalla mobile literacy al mobile learning. Mobile Etiquette: What America Thinks. A Portrait of Smartphone Ownership. As smartphones have grown increasingly common in recent years, these devices have taken on a central role in the information lives of a substantial number of Americans.

A Portrait of Smartphone Ownership

And yet, those Americans who rely most heavily on their smartphones as a gateway to online services and information are often the ones whose connections to their devices are most tenuous. This chapter of the report examines the general state of smartphone ownership in America today, with a focus on how these devices fit into the digital access options available to their owners. 64% of Americans now own a smartphone, up from 58% in early 2014 Nearly two-thirds of American adults (64%) now own a smartphone of some kind, up from 58% in early 2014. Smartphone ownership has increased by 29 percentage points since Pew Research conducted its first survey of smartphone ownership in the spring of 2011, when 35% of Americans were smartphone owners.