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Carrefour éducation. OECD: Students, computers and learning (literacy and digital reading) September 18, 2015 at 1:00 am ramott Students computers and learning is the name of a report released this week from the OECD.

OECD: Students, computers and learning (literacy and digital reading)

From the description: “The report highlights the importance of bolstering students’ ability to navigate through digital texts. It also examines the relationship among computer access in schools, computer use in classrooms, and performance in the PISA assessment. As the report makes clear, all students first need to be equipped with basic literacy and numeracy skills so that they can participate fully in the hyper-connected, digitised societies of the 21st century” This link, here, takes you to the main page that includes the full report, a video and infographic. Selected from the infographic: “Students in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Korea, Singapore and the United States show the most advanced web-browsing skills: the vast majority thinks before clicking on links. OECD: Students, computers and learning (literacy and digital reading) Why Web Users Scan Instead of Reading. Topics Author Recent Articles Popular Articles.

Why Web Users Scan Instead of Reading

iPad and Kindle Reading Speeds. How Little Do Users Read? Welcome to the information age – 174 newspapers a day. They used a complex formula to calculate the average amount of information stored – and sent – in the world – from every medium from computers to paper and books – to letters in the post.

Welcome to the information age – 174 newspapers a day

"These figures show that we are in the middle of the information age," Dr Hilbert said. "When you think that 100 years ago people were lucky to read the equivalent of 50 books in a lifetime but now most children have watched a couple of hundred movies. "But the brain is a very plastic and very good at understanding and processing information. " The researchers surveyed 60 categories of analogue and digital technologies during the period from 1986 to 2007, and the results reflect our near complete transition to the digital age.

Using the analogy of an 85 page newspaper, they found that in 1986 we received around 40 newspapers full of information every day but this had rocketed to 174 in 2007. Google Slides - create and edit presentations online, for free. The Future of Tablets in Education: Potential Vs. Reality of Consuming Media. By Justin Reich and Beth Holland The Someday/Monday dichotomy captures one of the core challenges in teacher professional development around education technology.

The Future of Tablets in Education: Potential Vs. Reality of Consuming Media

On the one hand, deep integration of new learning technologies into classrooms requires substantially rethinking pedagogy, curriculum, assessment, and teacher practice (someday). For technology to make a real difference in student learning, it can’t just be an add-on. On the other hand, teachers need to start somewhere (Monday), and one of the easiest ways for teachers to get experience with emerging tools is to play and experiment in lightweight ways: to use technology as an add-on. Teachers need to imagine a new future—to build towards Someday—and teachers also need new activities and strategies to try out on Monday.

Agence régionale du livre. Les métamorphoses numériques du livre Thierry Baccino Lecture numérique : réalité augmentée ou diminuée ?

Agence régionale du livre

Littérature.com. Écriture-lecture-numérique-pédagogique! Lecture en ligne. 25ebook.pdf. Les points de jonction entre littératie numérique et littératie médiatique. La littératie numérique et la littératie médiatique sont des concepts passablement récents; c’est sans doute pour cette raison qu’experts et universitaires du monde entier discutent ferme quand vient le temps de les définir.

Les points de jonction entre littératie numérique et littératie médiatique

Dans l’ensemble, on s’entend pour dire que le habiletés et compétences de ces deux disciplines, littératie numérique et littératie médiatique, sont étroitement liées et figurent sur la liste des compétences essentielles, en ce 21e siècle, pour toute personne qui vit et travaille dans notre monde centré sur les médias et l’information. Les fondements de la littératie numérique. Introduction De nos jours, on dit souvent que les jeunes sont « les enfants du numérique » en raison de leur apparente facilité à utiliser tous les outils technologies.

Les fondements de la littératie numérique

On le comprend aisément : les jeunes Canadiens vivent dans un monde interactif, une culture numérique « sur demande » où ils ont accès aux médias à toute heure et en tout lieu, à volonté. La messagerie instantanée, le partage de photos, les messages texte, les réseaux sociaux, la vidéo en continu et l’Internet sans fil – dans tous ces secteurs d’activité, les jeunes ont pris les commandes et créer une nouvelle façon de « vivre » et de naviguer sur le Net. Convertir vos documents PDF en livres numériques animés avec un logiciel! 2 Shares Share Tweet Email Flip PDF Pro est un logiciel de flipbook qui ne peut pas être ignoré dans l’enseignement moderne.

Convertir vos documents PDF en livres numériques animés avec un logiciel!

Sans titre. Growth of Online Reading Fuels New Achievement Gap, Researchers Say. Long a cause for alarm, the gap in reading skills between poor students and their more affluent peers is well-established and worsening.

Growth of Online Reading Fuels New Achievement Gap, Researchers Say

Now, there's more bad news: Educators and researchers may be underestimating the real magnitude of the reading achievement gap because they have not adequately accounted for the different skills that are required to successfully read online, as opposed to in print. In a new study, researcher Donald Leu of the University of Connecticut, in Storrs, and his team found "a large and significant achievement gap, based on income inequality, in an important new area for learning—the ability to read on the Internet to learn information," according to a release from the university.

Titled "The New Literacies of Online Research and Comprehension: Rethinking the Reading Achievement Gap," the complete study looked at 7th graders from two Connecticut school districts. It is set to published January in the academic journal Reading Research Quarterly. There is overlap. StoryBuddy on the App Store.