Annotation Studio. Stötta eleverna i deras lärande. I Läroplanen för gymnasieskolan 2011 och Läroplanen för grundskolan, förskoleklassen och fritidshemmet 2011 kan man läsa att undervisningen ska anpassas efter de elever vi har.
I läroplanen för gymnasiskolan står det: Undervisningen ska anpassas till varje elevs förutsättningar och behov. I Lgr11 står samma sak men med ett förtydligande: Undervisningen ska anpassas till varje elevs förutsättningar och behov. Den ska främja elevernas fortsatta lärande och kunskapsutveckling med utgångspunkt i elevernas bakgrund, tidigare erfarenheter, språk och kunskaper. Vad innebär då detta för oss som lärare? Vi börjar med Google Chrome. I filmen drar jag ner SpeakIt, som är en talsyntes.
Ibland kan det också vara skönt att slippa få all reklam som finns på en del Internetsidor. En del av oss gillar post-it-lappar och anteckningar och då kan Scribble stickies on steroids vara ett alternativ. Arbetar man med språk kan Linguarana Extension vara ett intressant tillägg. Readability. SMMRY - Summarize Articles, PDF documents, Editorials and Essays Automatically for Free. Google Classroom: Annotate a PDF with DocHub. Active Reading Strategies Using the DocHub Chrome App. This is a guest post from Beth Holland (@brholland) of EdTechTeacher - an advertiser on this site.
Active reading strategies are just as critical with digital reading as with their paper-based counterpart. However, until recently, it has been a bit cumbersome to highlight, add notes, and draw on documents - particularly in a BYOD environment with Macbooks, Windows laptops, and Chromebooks. However, by using the DocHub Chrome app, this capability is now possible on any device. Students and teachers can login to the DocHub app (or DocHub.com) using their Google account. From there, it is possible to upload any PDF, text document, or Microsoft Office file from Drive, the web, or even your computer/Chromebook download folder. DocHub also allows multiple people to read and annotate the same document at the same time. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 4 Powerful Chrome Apps to Enhance Your Reading Experience. May 24, 2015 Here some very good Chrome apps to help you enhance your online reading experience.
The extensions we curated for you today allow you to create a comfortable reading environment where you can enjoy your reading with no distractions and no eye strain. Using these apps will enable you to eliminate ads and flash animations from your page, browse multi-page articles in one, seamless view, disable surrounding webpage noise and clutter and many more.
Check out the list below and share with us what you think of it. 1- Readability “Readability is a web and mobile app that zaps clutter and saves web articles in a comfortable reading view. “With one click, Clearly makes blog posts and articles clean and easy to read. “Just click on the glasses icon in the address bar, the current page will turn into a nice-to-read black on white page allowing you to read without forcing your eyes. Subtext- An Excellent Collaborative Reading App... Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 10 New Educational Web Tools for Teachers. May 11, 2015 Our round-up list today features some interesting new educational web tools we have curated in the last couple of weeks.
These tools have been emailed to us for separate reviews but we thought it would be best to feature them all in one list. As is the case with all of our Educational Web Tools series, we only include the ones that we think will be an added value to your EdTech toolkit. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Excellent Speech to Text Tool Integrated with Google Drive. January 22, 2015 Voice Recognition (former Dictation) is one of the most popular speech recognition apps in the Chrome store.
The app, which works right from your Chrome browser, makes use of Google’s integrated API speech’ software to transcribe your voice into textual words. You can use it to type long documents, emails and essays without touching the keyboard.’ The great thing about Voice Recognition is that it is integrated with the popular cloud storage tools: Google Drive and Dropbox. Tech Tools by Subject and Skills. Every year, so many new technology tools for teachers are launched into the market that it can be nearly impossible to keep up with them all.
In order to keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest educational tech tools, our team of edtech specialists has put together this list of the best edtech resources and technology tools for teachers. Clicking on the links below will take you to hundreds of apps, websites, extensions, and more. Whether you're looking for a specific tech tool or just trying to find something new and interesting for your class, we encourage you to browse around all of the different categories to see how many wonderful resources are available for your students. Also, if you have a tool that you'd like to see added to the list, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Simplebooklet.com. Highlight web with Marker.to - best marker, highlighter, annotator! Rewordify.com: Understand what you read. Diigo - Better reading and research with annotation, highlighter, sticky notes, archiving, bookmarking & more. Authoring & Real-time Publishing On iPad For K-12 Teachers. Flipboard As a Textbook Replacement. OK…so let me clarify that title.
I honestly think textbooks are on their way out…or at least I hope they are. Really it should read “Flipboard as core curation artifact for classrooms” but that wouldn’t have you here reading now would it. I’m in love with Flipboard. I have been for awhile now….it’s one of the first apps that gets downloaded on all devices. But lately as I’ve been thinking about the death of textbooks and what might replace them I have started to dig deeper into Flipboard and really think it has a ton of potential to be that core curation body of knowledge for teachers and students.
Why Flipboard: Can be installed on all devices! Flipboard Magazines: This really is the game changer. So basically a teacher would have a flipboard account….set up a magazine for thier class and then “flip” all the articles, resources, etc they want students to access into the magazine. Class as Content Curators: Of course….that would work but I think we can go farther. But Wait There’s More! Feeding Our Students' Reading Interests with RSS. Anyone reading this post right now -- whether on your computer, tablet or smartphone -- knows that the interfaces for reading have indeed changed.
Whereas just a decade ago, touchscreens were still a novelty, today they permeate our lives. And, according the Pew Internet Project (1), teens have a device ownership rate of 68 percent for smartphones and, overall, 91 percent for cell phones. As devices proliferate, the amount of information we encounter each day grows. Despite their access to more substantive reading material, however, our students are most often consuming what journalist Clive Thompson calls "short form (2)" writing -- status updates, tweets, text messages -- without digging into other texts. Edutopia writers have long promoted RSS (3), and it is time now that we apply some of our wisdom about how to develop PLNs (4) to make RSS reading a regular part of our students' lives.
Booktrack - Create and Listen to Soundtracks for Books. Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine.