INF532 Cohort Artefacts. The Connected 10 Educator Challenge #connected10 (My Artefact for #INF532) - Comments & Feedback appreciated. @regie87 No more watching for you. Time to get involved #aussieED. Loved this analogy when reading #inf532. Innovative idea for green screen innovation,use Lego movie maker for green screen #qsite.
#INF532 Do you agree with this quote? Makes sense to me #PLN #PLE. @regie87 A "secret space"! #inf536 #module6. These #CGGS Y6 girls just won their first virtual inter-school debate. Go girls!
When I'm not teaching you'll find me with my bestie @KitchenAidAusNZ A happy tummy= a happy mind #destress. What Happens to Your Brain When You're Having a Brilliant Idea□□□ (by @vivian_giang @rebezuniga) #edchat #education. Others. For those new to the work of #seymourpapert this might be a starting point #makerEDau. What a GREAT ad to promote girls (all learners) in tech and creativity. @goldieblox #DigiCon16. @regie87 Great resource with visual appeal and well suited to Tackk format □ Excellent resource of questions to ask for formative assessment and to promote deeper thinking in Mathematics #inf532 #AussieEd.
Here's my Tackk about becoming a connected educator by using Twitter. I'd love some feedback on the videos. #inf532. Would love some assignment help: What do you find most empowering or challenging about using Twitter for professional learning? Top skills needed in 2015 and beyond....all are transferable and needed across industries @google #ttplay #AussieEd. #inf536 there is a great discussion about design thinking you might like to join or review later #aussieED. Me too @KMalbon and @Yvette_elearn it's simple and interactive. Feel free to read + share my blog about my studies in Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation. #inf532. What is Connected Learning. Ninth-grader Charles Raben has seen first-hand that by connecting the many spheres of his life -- peers, interests and academic pursuits -- new learning experiences can and will present themselves in both organized and unstructured ways.
In the summer of 2012, Charles utilized his photography skills and the petition website Change.org to capture and share the story of Jerry Delakas, a longtime local newsstand operator who was in danger of losing his New York City license over a technicality. "I wanted to have that experience of creating change myself. " The petition-making process proved to be a life-changing learning experience for the teen. Charles has become even more engaged in school, and all of his academic work is improving as a result of all of these activities because he has an identity now. A single sentence on his photography blog eloquently bares this newfound identity: "Each face tells a story and I try to capture just that. " The Top 18 Educational Social Networking Websites for Teachers. Today's post is about the top educational social networking sites for this year.
All these websites have been shortlisted for Edublogs Award of the best Educational Social Networking Websites for 2012. 1- Computing ++ This is a platform that helps teachers learn computing and computational thinking. The goal is to increase the amount and level of computing education in schools 2- Edmodo Edmodo provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades and school notices. 3- EFL Classroom 2.0 This is a community of thousands of English learners and teachers. 4- English Companion This is a platform where you can get to ask questions and get help. 5- The Epic Ed Community The epic-ed community is designed to empower educators such as administrators, teachers, instructional technology facilitators, and chief technology officers as they make the digital transition in their schools and districts.. 9- Level Up Book Club.
Connected Learning Principles. We are living in a historical moment of transformation and realignment in the creation and sharing of knowledge, in social, political and economic life, and in global connectedness.
There is wide agreement that we need new models of education suited to this historic moment, and not simply new models of schooling, but entirely new visions of learning better suited to the increasing complexity, connectivity, and velocity of our new knowledge society. Fortunately, we are also able to harness the same technologies and social processes that have powered these transformations in order to provide the next generation with learning experiences that open doors to academic achievement, economic opportunity, and civic engagement.
What would it mean to think of education as a responsibility of a distributed network of people and institutions, including schools, libraries, museums and online communities? Interactive Video Conferencing Services - Education Content - Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration. Connected Learning: Relevance, the 4th R. Connected Learning report. Education - Knowledge - Networking - Skills + Research & Technology (EKNS+RT) - Part 2. Social Media for Teachers: Guides, Resources, and Ideas. Although students are evermore connected to the social web, many of these networks remain out-of-class digital playgrounds where students congregate.
In a 2014 survey of 1,000 teachers, just one in five said they use social media regularly with students. Of course, it can be a challenge to incorporate social media into lessons. There are many gray areas for teachers to navigate, like setting guidelines, accessibility at school, and student safety. But to help teachers navigate this ever-changing landscape of social media tools, here are some of the best guides on the web for four popular networks, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. More Great Reads From Edutopia In addition to those great guides, there is a lot of useful information right here on Edutopia. Center for Interactive Learning - Search CILC Content Provider Programs. RSA Animate - The Power of Networks. Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration. Community: Join ASCD's Community of Educators. A Visual History of Human Knowledge. Design Thinking, Deconstructed.