Download: 12 Moodle tools to interact with your students online. Cellphones. If you are interested in booking me (Wesley Fryer) for a presentation or workshop (either face-to-face or over video) please visit my Speaking page on www.speedofcreativity.org/speaking.
Update 25 August 2010: In 2010 I am transitioning to the website wiki.wesfryer.com for my handout and presentation/workshop links. Pedagogy. Bloom's Digital Taxonomy. This is the introduction to Bloom's Digital Taxonomy.
The different taxonomical levels can be viewed individually via the navigation bar or below this introduction as embedded pages. This is an update to Bloom's Revised Taxonomy which attempts to account for the new behaviours and actions emerging as technology advances and becomes more ubiquitous. Bloom's Revised Taxonomy describes many traditional classroom practices, behaviours and actions, but does not account for the new processes and actions associated with Web 2.0 technologies, infowhelm (the exponential growth in information), increasing ubiquitous personal technologies or cloud computing.Bloom's Digital Taxonomy isn't about the tools or technologies rather it is about using these to facilitate learning.
Outcomes on rubrics are measured by competence of use and most importantly the quality of the process or product. For example. Key Resources This infographic links Blooms Digital Taxonomy to the communication spectrum. Applying. Learn Quebec home page. MENU CINEMA. Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching. View forum - Professional Ethics and Teaching. Short news reports with notes - Waylink English. Resources, information and exercises for international students and teachers of English Home Students Teachers.
Moodle Correction Perfection. Below is a shorter version of the talk I prepared for the Rascals 2010 Colloquium in St-Sauveur.
6 Examples of Using Twitter in the Classroom. [NOTE: I have published an update to this post, titled "100 Ways To Teach With Twitter". This newer post contains the links below plus a new set of articles that provide a much more robust set of resources for ideas about teaching with Twitter. I highly advise clicking through to that article. Thanks! - KW Feb 8, 2010] It has seemed to me that lately there’s been an increased level of ‘chatter’ on the Internet about using Twitter in the classroom, as a part of the learning process, so I decided to take a closer look into it. Electronic Portfolios: Students, Teachers, and Life Long Learners. What's a digital or electronic portfolio? How can I develop a student or teacher portfolio?
How can text, photos, diagrams, audio, video and other multimedia elements be integrated into a portfolio? Electronic Portfolios are a creative means of organizing, summarizing, and sharing artifacts, information, and ideas about teaching and/or learning, along with personal and professional growth. The reflective process of portfolio development can be as important as the final product. In many cases, they are used as part of faculty and student evaluation along with other assessment tools such as standardized tests. The Web: Design for Active Learning. Introduction Interactivity "Information is not instruction...
", David Merrill, 1997 An interactive provides varying levels of interactivity, ranging from simple point-and-click interaction through sophisticated search techniques to the analysis, manipulation, and application of information in new and authentic contexts. The authors of Interactivity by Design (1995) describe interactivity this way: Computers and software are tools, and their purpose is to help people interact with words, numbers, and pictures.
This definition of interactivity focuses on aspects of interface design. Interactivity in instructional takes on a more complex meaning. Instructional Design. Electronic Portfolio Handbook. A Taxonomy of WebQuest Tasks. RubiStar Home. Education Templates Collection. Association québécoise de pédagogie collégiale. Power Proofreading. PowerPoint Games. Futurs profs : des ressources pour la formation des enseignants à l’intégration des TIC. Le projet Futurs profs vise à favoriser l’intégration des TIC par les futurs enseignants du collégial.
Il est le fruit d'une association entre le Centre collégial de développement de matériel didactique (CCDMD) et l'équipe de recherche du professeur Bruno Poellhuber de l'Université de Montréal, dans le cadre du Programme de collaboration universités-collèges. Technology lesson plans for ESL Teachers. Teaching ESL with Technology. ESL Teaching and Technology. Teaching English With Technology. ESL and Technology. La Déséducation. La Déséducation. Mattao. Award on Social Media Use in Formal Language Teaching Contexts.
Grand Corps Malade - Education nationale In The Know: Are Tests Biased Against Students Who Don't Give A Shit? Le blues de l'instituteur Présentation de Moodle Print Version - Five Tibetan Rites. By Mary Kurus Copyright Mary Kurus 2001, All Rights Reserved. Un cégep autochtone. Com: A complete guide to ADD, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) in adulthood and the documentary ADD & Loving It?! BOOK : La révolution technologique (sous-titrage en français) Carl Sagan - Pale Blue Dot. Video - The Animated Tell Tale Heart. Projet d'écriture. Lisa Deguire, du cégep de Jonquière, nous présente son projet d’écriture multimédia intégré dans son cours d’anglais, langue seconde.
Ce projet d’écriture multimédia place les étudiants et étudiantes dans des rôles d’experts linguistiques qui leur permettent de mettre à profit non seulement les connaissances acquises dans le cadre de leur programme, mais aussi leur connaissance de l’anglais. Durant la session, ils doivent construire un objet d’apprentissage, soit un fichier audio, soit une vidéo, soit une page Web ou un document interactif, pour des étudiants de niveaux moins avancés. Cette conférence a été réalisée dans le cadre du projet Futursprofs.
Lire le récit dans Profweb : Didacti en 120 secondes. Une manière originale de s’instruire en enseignant. Lisa Deguire anime le service d’aide H.E.L.P.
_lvo8je3QIc1qhtjfto2_250. Alexandre Poulin - L'écrivain acoustique (2011) Technology and Education. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education In 2011 — So Far. I usually just do a year-end list on Web 2.0 Applications For Education and many other topics, but it gets a little crazy having to review all of my zillion posts at once. So, to make it easier for me — and perhaps, to make it a little more useful to readers — I’m going to start publishing mid-year lists, too. These won’t be ranked, unlike my year-end “The Best…” lists, and just because a site appears on a mid-year list doesn’t guarantee it will be included in an end-of-the-year one.
But, at least, I won’t have to review all my year’s posts in December… As usual, in order to make this list, a site had to be: * accessible to English Language Learners and non-tech savvy users. Once a Teacher.... Hybrid Learning: How to Reach Digital Natives by Alan Rudi. “Hybrid education offers promise for engaging students who are demotivated by the lack of meaningful use of technology, and associated opportunities for skill-building and efficiency, in many lessons today.”
As technology continues to advance and become more accessible around the world, experts who study how children learn are developing fresh paradigms designed to reach the new generation of students dubbed “digital natives.” The term emerged in 2001 from the work of Mark Prensky, a thought leader, speaker, writer, consultant, and game designer in the field of education and learning. Prensky is also an outspoken advocate of forming a more relevant system for teaching our children. “Digital natives” need help understanding search. A report from Ethnographic Research in Illinois Academic Libraries documents research done on "digital native" college students to evaluate their skill with refining searches, evaluating search results, and navigating thorny questions of authority and trust in online sources.
The researchers concluded that despite their subjects' fluency with the technology, the mental models and critical thinking they brought to bear on search results had real problems: The prevalence of Google in student research is well-documented, but the Illinois researchers found something they did not expect: students were not very good at using Google. They were basically clueless about the logic underlying how the search engine organizes and displays its results. Consequently, the students did not know how to build a search that would return good sources. (For instance, limiting a search to news articles, or querying specific databases such as Google Book Search or Google Scholar.)