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Gamification: 5 exemples pour transformer vos habitudes. Quand vous étiez petit et que vous jouiez aux jeux vidéo, vous ne restiez pas éveillé pendant des heures à cause de la musique, du graphisme ou de l’histoire.

Gamification: 5 exemples pour transformer vos habitudes

Vous restiez debout parce qu’ils étaient si difficiles que passer un niveau était d’une importance cruciale pour l’enfant de 8 ans que vous étiez. En tant qu’adulte, ces règles simples paraissent toujours vraies: la difficulté ne décourage pas si elle est alimentée par des récompenses. La première vidéo Sydospeech est en ligne. Nous avons préféré attendre la fin des Oscars et des Césars pour éviter de faire planer une menace inutile sur le cinéma international mais sachez, Mesdames et Messieurs, que votre patience n’a pas été vaine !

La première vidéo Sydospeech est en ligne

En effet, vous avez dès à présent la possibilité de découvrir ou redécouvrir la prestation de Stéphane Côté lors du Sydospeech du 28 janvier dernier ! Pendant 20 minutes, Stéphane nous a parlé de sa méthode appelée « pédagogie 3.0 » et notamment de la manière d’engendrer des progrès mesurables. Pédagogie et numérique. Reconsidering Rigor in Schools — The Synapse. “There is a momentous, broad-based cultural shift underway that has struck at the roots of every industrialized system of education.

Reconsidering Rigor in Schools — The Synapse

The result is a demand for more personalized learning, brain-friendly environments, less recall and more thoughtful application of knowledge, optimal conditions for eliciting intelligent behaviors, constructivist tools, and respectful, caring relationships that honor the learner.” – Thom Markham The impetus for the cultural shift that Markham describes in Redefining Smart: Awakening Students’ Power to Reimagine Their World is well-documented.

Jeux sérieux gratuits 2. À l'assaut : Selon le principe des livres dont vous êtes le héros, vous tenez le rôle d'un soldat dans les tranchées lors de la Première guerre mondiale.

Jeux sérieux gratuits 2

Vos choix influeront alors sur votre vie ou votre mort. Une reconstitution cathartique en dessins animés qui touchera les plus jeunes. suiteLe bélier d'Antaka : Par le biais de jeux questionnaires et d'animations, vous irez à la recherche d'un petit jouet créé il y a 22 siècles. De plus, vous en apprendrez davantage sur l'archéologie et les civilisations anciennes. suiteLe code perdu : Ce jeu d'enquête se situe dans 3 lieux historiques du Québec.

Vous devrez fouiller ces lieux pour résoudre des énigmes et obtenir le fameux code perdu. Une façon rafraîchissante d'en apprendre sur la vie des colons du 18ème siècle. suiteJeux Historiques : Connaissez-vous vos rois de France ? The Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning. Strategies that Work: Take Stock With Exit Slips.

Daily Assessment Of Students With Tiered Exit Cards. Feedback Loops in Games – What Makes Monopoly, World of Warcraft, and Mario Kart So Much Fun. Essai de modélisation et de systémisation du concept de Classes inversées. Dans ce Blog, j’ai plusieurs fois documenté la « méthode » des Classes inversées.

Essai de modélisation et de systémisation du concept de Classes inversées

On y trouvera aussi un essai sur le rapport entre le Tsunami des MOOCs et les « renversements » proposés par les Classes inversées . Dans ce nouvel essai, j’essaierai de répondre à celles et ceux qui nous disent régulièrement « Mais, les classes inversées, ça existe depuis longtemps … ». Ma réponse est : Oui, sans aucun doute. Bill Gates on The Verge: Can online classrooms help the developing world catch up? By Adi Robertson We're excited to have Bill Gates as our guest editor in February.

Bill Gates on The Verge: Can online classrooms help the developing world catch up?

Throughout the month, Bill will be sharing his vision of how technology will revolutionize life for the world's poor by 2030 by narrating episodes of the Big Future, our animated explainer series. In addition, we'll be publishing a series of features exploring the improvements in banking, health, farming, and education that will enable that revolution.

And while the topics reflect the bets Bill and his wife Melinda are making with their foundation, they've asked us for nothing less than fully independent Verge journalism, which we're more than happy to deliver. Turns out Bill Gates is a pretty confident guy. Assessing What Your Students Know, Want to Know, and Learned. Measuring student success is a top priority to ensure the best possible student outcomes.

Assessing What Your Students Know, Want to Know, and Learned

Through the years instructors have implemented new and creative strategies to assess student learning in both traditional and online higher education classrooms. Assessments can range from formative assessments, which monitor student learning with quick, efficient, and frequent checks on learning; to summative assessments, which evaluate student learning with “high stakes” exams, projects, and papers at the end of a unit or term. One way to measure student learning quickly and efficiently is to use KWLs. Created by Donna Ogle, the letters KWL stand for “what we know”, what we want to know”, and “what we learned” (Ogle, 1986). This type of assessment is fantastic for instructors to gauge each student’s prior knowledge.

The KWLs also fall into a category of formative assessment Clariana and Koul (2005) categorize as “multiple try feedback”. How do we implement KWLs in the online classroom? Dynamiser vos cours magistraux à l’aide des TRC. Here’s What Will Truly Change Higher Education: Online Degrees That Are Seen as Official. Photo Three years ago, technology was going to transform higher education.

Here’s What Will Truly Change Higher Education: Online Degrees That Are Seen as Official

What happened? Over the course of a few months in early 2012, leading scientists from Harvard, Stanford and M.I.T. started three companies to provide Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, to anyone in the world with an Internet connection. The courses were free. Millions of students signed up. But today, enrollment in traditional colleges remains robust, and undergraduates are paying higher tuition and taking out larger loans than ever before. The failure of MOOCs to disrupt higher education has nothing to do with the quality of the courses themselves, many of which are quite good and getting better. Now information technology is poised to transform college degrees. Traditional college degrees represent several different kinds of information. Degrees give meaning and structure to collections of college courses.

College degrees are also required to get graduate degrees. Presentation Tips and Resources. The Socratic Method. The Socratic Method:Teaching by Asking Instead of by Tellingby Rick Garlikov The following is a transcript of a teaching experiment, using the Socratic method, with a regular third grade class in a suburban elementary school.

The Socratic Method

I present my perspective and views on the session, and on the Socratic method as a teaching tool, following the transcript. The class was conducted on a Friday afternoon beginning at 1:30, late in May, with about two weeks left in the school year. This time was purposely chosen as one of the most difficult times to entice and hold these children's concentration about a somewhat complex intellectual matter. The point was to demonstrate the power of the Socratic method for both teaching and also for getting students involved and excited about the material being taught. TraAM 2015 :La Classe Inversée - [Site Economie-Gestion Académie de Lyon] Boot camp classes may offer a peek at the future of higher ed. It seemed like a classic utopian vision.

Boot camp classes may offer a peek at the future of higher ed

Free prestigious university classes delivered online, open to anyone, offering the potential to slay the college debt monster. Minecraft in Education — Why Minecraft Rewrites the Playbook for Learning. Embracing Participatory Culture in Education - Alexey Zagalsky. "It's always about timing. If it's too soon, no one understands. If it's too late, everyone's forgotten. " GitHub is on the brink of growing from a platform for software projects, and into a mainstream collaboration platform for other domains as well.

An unexpected area where GitHub’s collaborative workflow holds the potential to bring groundbreaking changes is education and learning. In fact, educators have already begun to use GitHub to support teaching and learning. Beyond Software Development GitHub is a popular Web-based social code sharing service that utilizes the Git distributed version control system.

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