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Resources for Online Education Accessibility & Policy Building - 3Play Media. Vyew. Multiplayer Classroom Games for Teaching Economics. 102 Free (or Free-to-Try) Online Collaborative Learning Tools. Have You Ever Considered Making Money Online? Kelly Richards of New York was tired of worrying all the time where the next dollar would come from. Life seemed merely a succession of bills and worrying about how to pay them. One late night while surfing the internet, her long hours of research finally paid off and she discovered a secret system that would help her get a break in life and beat the recession. She was finally able to provide for her three children while staying home with them. I read Kelly's blog last month and decided to feature her story in our local job report. Working online has been a big break for Kelly, who struggled for months going from one dead end job to another.

"I basically make $6,000-$8,000 a month online. " I asked her how she discovered her secret to success. People use their computers everyday but rarely do they think of using them to make money. Remember, it’s always better to start small if you are a beginner. Here's how to get started: The Collaborative Classroom. M.B.

The Collaborative Classroom

Tinzmann, B.F. Jones, T.F. Fennimore, J. Bakker, C. Fine, and J. New Learning and Thinking Curricula Require Collaboration In Guidebook 1, we explored a "new" vision of learning and suggested four characteristics of successful learners: They are knowledgeable, self-determined strategic, and empathetic thinkers. Effective communication and collaboration are essential to becoming a successful learner. This focus on the collective knowledge and thinking of the group changes the roles of students and teachers and the way they interact in the classroom. The purpose of this GuideBook is to elaborate what classroom collaboration means so that this grass-roots movement can continue to grow and flourish.

Characteristics of a Collaborative Classroom Collaborative classrooms seem to have four general characteristics. 1. Collaborative Classrooms. Praxis-Tipps für den Filmdreh und dessen Vorbereitung von Slashcam. Lernen mit neuen Medien. Bo. iVideo.education. iVideo.education is a groundbreaking project that explores the possibility of creating interactive videos using small pieces of footage, to promote learning.

iVideo.education

Although audiovisual material offers considerable potential for integration in didactic activities, this is not often done. It is difficult to find the right material that truly satisfies the needs of teachers and trainers. There is a great deal of documentation, but it is pre-established and not very useful. iVideo.education allows all teachers and trainers, with no particular computer skills, to customise and structure didactic material for his/her own teaching or training activity, using existing footage and and linking it to all sorts of different resources (text documents, images, audio files, ...).

It also enables individual learners or groups of learners to insert notes directly onto the video. Bitte so, wie man es kennt. Udemy: Online Courses Anytime, Anywhere. Organize your resources in an online digital binder - LiveBinders. Two Brains. Organize your resources in an online digital binder - LiveBinders. Academic Technology. Example of Visme At a glance Interactive presentation tools such as Powtoon, Thinglink, and Visme provide users with the ability to: create, edit, and review interactive multimodal presentationspresent data visually or create a mashup of readings, images, videos and more in a single interactive digital objectProvide students with an engaging way to analyze and present dataTeach course content to online students in an interactive and engaging way Who to contact.

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E-Learning Bookmarking Service - e-Learning Tags - Your Source for Social News and Networking. eLearning Industry - Post your eLearning article. At eLearning Industry you will find the best collection of eLearning articles, eLearning concepts, eLearning software, and eLearning resources. Baustein I: Einführung in die Informationskompetenz. Um Informationen zu gewinnen und zu bewerten, um ein Buch zu finden oder eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit zu schreiben, brauchen wir die entsprechenden Kenntnisse über Techniken und Methoden, wie wir zu diesem Ziel kommen.

Baustein I: Einführung in die Informationskompetenz

Informationskompetenz ist eine Schlüsselkompetenz der modernen Informationsgesellschaft und ein entscheidender Faktor für den Erfolg in Studium, Forschung und Beruf. Informationskompetenz hilft Ihnen dabei, wissenschaftlich effizient und gezielt zu arbeiten und somit Ihr Studium leichter zu bewältigen. In diesem Kapitel wird Informationskompetenz definiert, das typische Vorgehen beim informationskompetenten Handeln vorgestellt und die Informationskompetenz mit anderen Kompetenzen, die ihr zuzuordnen sind oder sich mit ihr überschneiden, in Beziehung gesetzt. Am Ende des Kapitels haben Sie die Möglichkeit, Ihren Wissenszuwachs selbst in einer Selbsttest-Aufgabe zu überprüfen. Den Ablauf des Kapitels können Sie in der Grafik nachvollziehen:

Ein Kaleidoskop von Lehre und E-Learning an der ETH, betreut von den Lehrspezialisten. Interactive Lecture Material.

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Gameification. Einsatzbeispiele peer learning Hochschule. Vorlesungsaufzeichnungen Chancen Potentiale Bedenken. Kreativkonferenz. Competenzia - Software für Kompetenzmanagement - Startseite. Arbeitsblätter zur Universitätsdidaktik und Hochschuldidaktik. Universitäts- und Hochschuldidaktik ©opyright Werner Stangl, Linz 1997-2007.

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Medientechnik IRL. Video Styles in MOOCs – A journey into the world of digital education. Content Creation. Kurse. Content OER & Co. SKILL – Service- und Kompetenzzentrum für Innovatives Lehren und Lernen. Learning to learn for new digital soft skills for empolyability. Jane Hart's resource site about learning trends, technologies and tools. Dunkelmunkel. About the blog - Online By Nature. Bei Online By Nature geht es um das Leben als Digital Native im Hochschulumfeld.

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Forum Hochschuldidaktik. eLearning - European Data Portal. Welcome to the European Data Portal’s eLearning programme.

eLearning - European Data Portal

Our online content gives you a simple, clear introduction to Open Data. What is eLearning? Our experts have selected 13 short modules designed for anyone to discover more about Open Data. The modules suit all levels from beginners to experts. How long will this course take? Zeitschrift für fachdidaktische Grundlagen der Informatik - Ausgabe Nr. 9 - 2011- Teaching Formal Methods for Software Engineering - Ten Principles Antonio Cerone(1), Markus Roggenbach(2), Bernd-Holger Schlingloff(3),Gerardo Schneider(4), Siraj Ahmed Shaikh(5) (1) United Nations University - UNU-IIST, Macau SAR China (2) Swansea University, Wales, United Kingdom (3) Humboldt University and Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin, Germany (4) University of Gothenburg, Sweden (5) Coventry University, United Kingdom (3) hs AT informatik.hu-berlin.de.

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