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Télecharger cours gratuits Fusion et Publipostage, par l'interface et en VBA. WORD 2003 - Introduction. Rédigez facilement des documents avec Word. Wikis in der Schule. Ein Wiki ist ein Medium, das durch seine offene Struktur für viele Anwendungsfälle geeignet sein kann.

Wikis in der Schule

Es ist vergleichbar mit der Universalität einer Wandtafel, wobei das Wiki gleichzeitig eine Archivfunktion beinhalten kann. Im Gegensatz etwa zu Content-Management-Systemen ist ein Wiki flexibler, da die Strukturierung der Daten kaum vorgegeben ist. Ein Wiki ist ein zukunftsweisendes System, das die Medienkompetenz der Schüler wie Lehrer stärkt. Auch die Wikipedia, das wohl bekannteste und größte Wiki, kann aktiv in der Schule und für die Schule genutzt werden.

Warum Wikis in der Schule nutzen? 05 Minuten: Warum Wiki in der Schule? Film & Video. The Gallery of Teaching and Learning - Home. «Nextgeneration Learning» Live Online Collaboration Blog. Website & Collaboration Tools. Video and Conferencing Tools.


Dashboard Everything. Schule. Outils 2.0 : formation et travail. Le programme de recherche européen LEAD a développé un outil d'apprentissage qui associe communication interactive et modules de gestion de projet.

Outils 2.0 : formation et travail

Les logiciels de travail collaboratif optimisent le travail en groupe des élèves. C'est en tout cas l'opinion du LEAD, un consortium de la commission européenne destiné à encourager la recherche notamment dans le secteur de l'e-learning. Des chercheurs de cette initiative européenne ont mis au point un logiciel partagé qui facilite en classe la résolution collective de problématiques. L'outil CoFFEE, pour Collaborative Face to Face Educational Environment, se présente sous la forme d'interfaces de gestion et de visualisation de la discussion, qui s'affichent sur les ordinateurs des élèves. Creative Web 2.0 Learning » SlideShare. Web 2.0 Tools in Your Classroom » SlideShare. Carte 2009 des outils 2.0 pour les formateurs. News: Hybrid Education 2.0.

What if you could teach a college course without a classroom or a professor, and lose nothing?

News: Hybrid Education 2.0

According to researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, there’s no "what if" about it. Earlier in the decade, Carnegie Mellon set out to design software for independent learners taking courses through the university’s Open Learning Initiative, an effort to make courses freely available to non-enrolled learners. But rather than merely making course materials available to non-students, like MIT's famous OpenCourseware project, Carnegie Mellon wanted to design courses that would respond to the individual needs of each student. It currently has courses in 12 different subjects available on its Web site, mostly in math and science. Carnegie Mellon is not about to replace all its professors with computer programs.

“At the most selective tier of colleges and universities, they have some significant interest in the existing model of residential education,” says Roger C. ‘Reinventing Higher Education’ Ten Best Practices for Teaching Online. J.

Ten Best Practices for Teaching Online

V. Boettcher, Ph.D. Designing for Learning 2006 - 2013 Minor revisions May 2011. How to Write Learning Objectives that Meet Demanding Behavioral. For many, if not most teachers, learning objectives are central to all lesson plans they develop themselves or adapt from those written by others.

How to Write Learning Objectives that Meet Demanding Behavioral

That said, objectives that are used in education, whether they are called learning objectives, behavioral objectives, instructional objectives, or performance objectives are terms that refer to descriptions of observable student behavior or performance that are used to make inferences about learning - certainly the ultimate aim of all teaching. At some point, almost every teacher, especially new teachers and teacher education students, must learn to write these types of objectives. Here, such objectives are referred to as learning objectives. Acquiring this skill is something of a rite of passage in the process of becoming a teacher, yet it is a skill that requires practice, feedback, and experience. Features - Summary of Features - Feng Office. CODE: Evaluating Educational Technology. Wikio - Informations- und Nachrichtenportal - surf and subscribe.

WikiMindMap. - web-based project management alternative. Online Interactive ELearning Teaching Resources. Curriculum 21 - Mapping the Global Classroom of the Future - Cl.


Open Mind » Blog-Archiv » Elgg: Social Networking Platform als O. Elgg - Open Source Social Networking Platform. Software. Email Hosting, CRM, Project Management, Office Suite, Document M. Free Online Course Materials. 100 Little Ways You Can Dramatically Improve Your Writing. Visual Understanding Environment. Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009. 13 technologies I can't live without - Dangerously Irrelevant. We all have technologies that are absolutely essential to our day-to-day lives.

13 technologies I can't live without - Dangerously Irrelevant

Here is a baker’s dozen of mine… Google Reader. It took me a while, but I’ve now organized all of my feeds into category folders in Google Reader. I now can simply click on a folder name, scan the post titles for anything that grabs me (I keep Google Reader in List view, not Expanded view), star anything that I want to read and/or blog later, and then click on Mark All as Read to clear the list. I’m currently staying on top of 434 feeds and it takes no more than 30 to 45 minutes per day. I use every one of these technologies nearly every day. Related posts. E-learning and Web 2.0 tools for schools.

100 Helpful Web Tools for Every Kind of Learner. Education - YouTube EDU. Intégration des outils du Web 2.0 dans l'enseignement - Accueil. Les clés du web 2.0. ReadWriteWeb - Web Apps, Web Technology Trends, Social Networkin.

From formal courses to social learning. Following my last post on "Getting started with social software for learning", I've had a number of conversations about how social learning fits into a more formalised training environment.

From formal courses to social learning

Clive Shepherd's recent post on "Elearning in all its forms" gives an overview of the three main facets of elearning and how they can each be used across the spectrum of informal to formal learning. I've repackaged Clive's ideas into a table which tries to show the full spectrum: Legroj: Mapas Conceptuales, Ejemplos y algunas Herramientas Grat. Carte de veille Web 2.0 Twit : @olivierlegrand - MindMeister Mi. Social media news and business strategies blog. Comparison of social networking software - Wikipedia, the free e. - Das Social Network. Business Web Conferencing That Saves You Money. Social Networking: Bridging Formal and Informal Learning by Clar. "The recognition that learning is 80% informal suggests that we need to support natural connections between people who can help one another.

Social Networking: Bridging Formal and Informal Learning by Clar

And we can distribute that support between employees, partners, or customers. You can see real benefits, but you’ve got to have a way to think about them! " There’s been much justifiable excitement about social media recently; are you on top of it? The recognition that learning is 80% informal suggests that we need to support natural connections between people who can help one another. And we can distribute that support between employees, partners, or customers. There are lots of social networking tools with weird-sounding names: blogs, wikis, Twitter (also known as micro-blogs), Ning, Facebook, and more. Things are not getting slower: we are seeing decreasing time to market for products and services, more information coming in, and fewer resources with which to cope.