Неделя 5. Подготовка преподавателей для дистанционного обучения. Read the Most Popular EDUCAUSE Review Articles of 2010. One person at a time. There is a lot of writing about “change” and how to make it happen and become the new normal.
Digital Technology has certainly become the prime mover of change in our modern age. It causes significant disruption to what we know, what we are comfortable with, with the status quo – it often makes us uncomfortable. Change can make us think that what we’re doing now isn’t good enough. It’s difficult… #edtech20 eSafety project : gr8 (the best ) edtools and apps used in 2010 #edchat you should try in new year 2011 in your projects. Facebook for e-Learning : 20 educational applications. 8 Social Media News Items You Need to Know. Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news.
To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week? Facebook Beats Google: The social media giant is now the top source of U.S. web traffic, according to HitWise. Twitter Educational Hashtags. The 69 Coolest Apps Of 2010. Don't Forget to participate in a contest where you can win an amazing e-Commerce template from TemplateMonster.
The year 2010 is almost ended. We have explored and reviewed so many useful tools and resources for you all the year. Today, we are going to take a look on few of the web apps we have featured that we think you would like bookmark for 2011. I hope designers, developers and programmers will like this list, but you can also use them and will love them whether you are an office worker, a manager, a supervisor, a student, a home user, etc. Twitter as a Tool for Professional Development. Образование 2030 - форсайт 12-06-10. 50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know. January 27th, 2010 By Pamelia Brown The brain is perhaps the most fascinating organ in the human body. It controls everything from breathing to emotions to learning. 15 Twitter Netiquette Rules You Must Know. Want to write for WebD&D?
We are looking for writers. Interested? Drop us an e-mail at hi (at) webdosanddonts.com. Written by Bojan on August 25, 2009. Twitter for Learning – 55 Great Articles. Cogdoghouse - TwitterCycle. Dilemmas of Openness - Conclusion. In the spirit of strengthening the weakest link, I've examined six key dilemmas that can accompany openness in education: Imposing on the rights of othersBalancePrivacyScope of employmentCompetitionWhy?
“Twitter? I Don’t Get It!” A 3-Step Guide For Newbies - Brandon Twyford – Marketing Communications. Pinning Down Cloud Computing. Формула реформирования математического образования. Crowdsourcing the Future of eLearning. Based on points submitted beforehand, and the discussion at the final plenary.
Paul Stacey created a slide show based on the contributions. Global - it's not about e-learning, it's about we-learning. The idea that post-secondary education will be available to all worldwide. - the idea that each Moodle institution might sponsor a new Moodle institution in a developing country. . - online classes and institutions might develop local capacity by developing courses and resources for a global audience. Meredith Ely: Growing Education Marketplace Good News for Schools and Startups. Earlier this year, I tried my luck at a TEDxSFED Speaker Search.
TEDx is the well-reputed TED's local brand, and SFED is the education-specific group dedicated to bringing innovative ideas to education. My colleague, Rafael Corrales, and I were discussing education markets, comparative advantage and scalable business models when it became apparent that disruption in the education industry from "freemium" models is imminent. Freemium means free to premium. It's a business model that arose largely with web-based companies, and was articulated by Fred Wilson in 2006. With freemium, a company starts with a product. Then the company can begin to sell related premium services. Historically speaking, the education market has been slow to "get" market trends. With the education market so large and inefficient, disruption from freemium models is imminent. A notable example of market trends is Blackboard's recent move to shift its strategy with a freemium option.
Evolving the E-Learning Experience for the 21st Century. What always stuns me are vendors who state they know what their learners want, but in reality have no clue, because they themselves do not see the technology and its usage among the masses.
A greater number of people, worldwide are using SaaS then ever before, mobile products, tablets – especially the iPad – is growing at a feverish pace, people are using online storage, beyond just placing photos and media, and open source is continuing expansion. Each one of these features could be implemented into systems in six months or less. Each one is available today on the Internet for free and these types of products are gaining mass in the global market.
Online Learning is so last year… By Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach As the CEO of a professional development company whose mantra is “Professional Development for the 21st Century Educator” I find myself continually cognitively juggling what’s best for my clients, what’s best for their students, and what’s best for our contractors and staff in an effort to find some way of making it all align with what needs to change in education.
Post University's Online Discussion Forum Guideline. Identity in a digital age. Much of my understanding of digital identity was founded in my studies into personal identity, whilst a student of social psychology.
The work of William James and George Herbert Mead influenced my thinking, as did the study of sociologist Charles Cooley into 'the Looking Glass Self.' Essentially, in this hybrid early school of social psychology, known as symbolic interactionism, theorists tried to explain the influence of audiences/other people on the behaviour of individuals. It was a fluid theory that allowed for behavioural adjustments on the fly, as people saw themselves 'reflected in the eyes of the other' - the impact of what they were saying - as they conversed. Therefore, 'in order to develop and shape behavior, interactions with others must exist. People gain their identity and form their habits by looking at themselves through the perception of society and other people they interact with.' References. Education Progresses Best When Knowledge is Shared Openly and Freely. +Prensky-The_Reformers_Are_Leaving_Our_Schools_in_the_20th_Century-please_distribute_freely.pdf (объект «application/pdf»)
Knowledge Management: Creating a Social Intranet Where Your Employees can Learn. This is Part II in the “Learn, Plan and Do” series that explores the use of social technologies to take your intranet to the next level, to create a social intranet. But hopefully you will find that it goes even further.. to not only create a social intranet, but to also introduce your employees to an integrated social experience. Collaboration has become more than just a hot topic. It’s now the primary focus for companies who are seeking to tap the power of social media technologies for their organizations. Пора пересмотреть обучение математике. The Lecture as a Trans-Medial Pedagogical Form. Every Teacher’s Must-Have Guide To Facebook. You can’t swing a stick in social media without hitting something on Facebook . Same goes for education . По следам вебинара "Мир на пути к Smart Education" Imagination: Creating the Future of Education & Work.
Искусство самопрезентации: советы коллегам. Month in Review - April's Most Popular Posts. Greetings from Omaha, Nebraska where I've just finished a full day of presentations at the Nebraska Educational Technology Association's annual conference. I was totally impressed by the organization of the event and the great people I met here. It was great to see so many people come out to learn about how they can use free technology in their classrooms.
If you're within driving distance of Omaha, I highly recommend marking your calendar to attend next year's NETA conference. And if you're a conference organizer interested in having me speak at your event, please get in touch with me. These were the most popular posts in April: 1. Thank you to everyone that visited Free Technology for Teachers this month and shared the links you found. Top Twitter Hashtags for Teachers. Hashtags are a great way of searching for tweets in a specific category from the whole of the Twitterverse – search for #ukedchat and you will come up with a huge stream of tweets which have been tagged as interesting to anyone wanting to read about UK education. Higher Education Bubble Will Burst - The College Solution.
A.В.Хуторской. Хроника бытия. Стандарты новые, ошибки старые. Отклик на проект образовательных стандартов, одобренных Президиумом РАО. 08.04.2011 г. How Much Narration in eLearning? Our Lessons Learned by Don Bair & Mike Dickinson. 15 Twitter Netiquette Rules You Must Know. Who’s Best Suited to Teach and Learn in Virtual Schools? From Classroom to Online, Think “Transform” not “Transfer” by Jane Bozarth. Communities of Practice: A Topology. » How to use Twitter for Social Learning C4LPT. 10 Worst Practices in ICT for Education. The 5 Keys to Educational Technology. Survey: 98% Enterprise Respondents Use Open Source Software. Top 5 Most Indispensable Twitter Tools for Marketers. 11 Ways to Learn in 2011. Five Best Presentation Creation Tools. Learning Technology Trends To Watch In 2011. » 2010 in Review Part 2: My 10 favourite resources in 2010 Learning in the Social Workplace.
2010 Mashable Awards Winners. Survey Results – Professional Development Is Top Education Technology Wish List Item. LMS Software : Social LMS Software Solutions. 40+ Things You Need to Watch in 2011. WE INNOVATE - Шесть предсказаний для социальных сетей в 2011 году. That whole “content is dead thing” isn’t true. Globalization reigns. How to Create Effective Activities for Online Teaching. 2020 teachers.