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Video presentazione Video introduttivo [pdf] Benvenuto al corso dalle reti alle nuvole: un percorso che ti aiuterà a capire meglio che cos’è il cloud computing, . Il cloud computing è uno dei nuovi strumenti informatici che più di altri si sta diffondendo con grande rapidità perché offre una serie di servizi e soluzioni per la gestione dei dati non solo ai privati cittadini, ma anche alle imprese, alle amministrazioni e agli enti pubblici. Le nuvole informatiche infatti, cosi vengono anche definite le cloud, presentano enormi potenzialità che possiamo qui molto brevemente riassumere in : una grande flessibilità nell’uso delle proprie risorse e una maggior economicità di fruizione di sistemi e di applicazioni . Gli obiettivi di questo corso sono:
Teachers may spend their days imparting knowledge to others, but that doesn’t mean they should stop learning themselves. Whether they choose to take classes, read books, or just talk with their colleagues, professional development offers a chance to become a better and wiser teacher. There are numerous resources out there on the web, making finding, sharing, and accessing great tools for development easier than ever. We’ve collected just a few here that can get you started on learning and growing as an educator. Don’t miss out on these sites which are filled to the brim with articles, resources, and learning materials for teachers. Education Week Teacher PD Sourcebook : This sourcebook is filled with amazing resources for teachers, including great articles, a directory of useful sites, and links to PD events.
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Sensing the excitement from online education tools like edX , Google has just unveiled a (very beta) version of its own course building software. If you’ve ever wanted to run your own online courses, this might be worth your time. Google’s new Course Builder software comes on the heels of a massively popular online Google class ‘ Power Searching With Google ‘ hosted by Google’s Director of Research, Peter Norvig.
When researching online, it's easy to derail your train of thought by switching back and forth between web browser and word processor.
People love to learn by examining visual representations of data. That’s been proven time and time again by the popularity of both infographics and Pinterest. So what if you could make your own infographics ? What would you make it of? It’s actually easier than you think… even if you have zero design skills whatsoever. Below are my two favorite infographic-making web 2.0 tools that I highly recommend.
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This is a post I've been wanting to do for some quite some time but had to do some research to get the information I needed. A huge factor for schools in dealing w/ students and working online is CIPA/COPPA compliance. This is to ensure student safety as well as monitor/filter their online behavior. As Web 2.0 becomes more popular and Educational Technology online sites replace desktop software this has become more of an issue. A lot of subscription based or Ed Tech sites require a student email address to create an account which can become a BIG issue when dealing w/ CIPA compliance, because a majority of students to not have a school email account. That being said, there are still a number of Web 2.0 sites that do not require a student email address to create an account.
Below is a list of some awesome educational web tools that you can use in your classroom or for your professional development. As you probably know, each Sunday I post here a list of the new web tools I stumble upon in different blogs, wikis, and websites and because of my time constraints I can not review each one in a single post and hence gathering them here under the one umbrella heading called : Educational Web Tools . Check out the list I have assembled for you this week and tell me what you think about it : 1- StatsGram
Everyday new web 2.0 tools emerge and some others die. It is thanks to the existence of such tools that internet became interactive and users shifted from the basic role of just passive consumers of digital input to active participant in the creation of the digital knowledge. The fact that this information revolution has radically transfomed education is no novel news to teachers and educators. The use of technology in education has become pervasive and the more we continue to invest in this field the better our instrction become.
It is really amazing how technology is transforming education and making it way easier and better than it used to be. If you are a digital immigrant like me ( 30 years old up ), you would exactly not only know what I am talking about but also feel it. When I think back to those pen and pencil days when instruction used to take place in a boring classroom full of chalk dust and how hard and limited our access to information was, I know how lucky our students are to be living in this digital boom where unlimited knowledge is at their fingertips. Internet has definitely changed the course of education.
Using Blooms Taxonomy in education is a highly effective way to scaffold learning for the students. With the recent popularity and pervasive nature of iOS devices in school districts it is essential for educators to understand how to implement Blooms in the classroom using the apps that are available.
Here is a list of web 2.0 tools and other educational technology tools that I have previewed and many of them used in the classroom.
Il mio ultimo programma "Guida all'ascolto di 'Quadri da una esposizione' di Modest Musorgskij" si propone di facilitare un approccio consapevole e guidato all'ascolto del celebre brano classico del musicista russo. E' suddiviso in varie Sezioni: - La sezione "L'Autore" presenta una essenziale biografia di Modest Musorgskij. - La sezione "La composizione" delinea brevemente la natura dell'opera proposta, le sue caratteristiche, la sua struttura.
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