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Une rétroaction par enregistrements audio pour aider le tiers faible. Par Jean Desjardins et Isabelle Senécal, Collège Sainte-Anne Des enseignants du Collège Sainte-Anne partagent leurs stratégies gagnantes afin de soutenir leurs élèves dits « du tiers faible », sans pour autant baisser leurs attentes envers les autres.

Une rétroaction par enregistrements audio pour aider le tiers faible

Aujourd’hui, on découvre une autre stratégie adoptée par Gabrielle St-Germain, enseignante de français. Le petit monde de LuiggiSanso. 14 Tips to Make BYOD Programs Work for You. Mobile 14 Tips to Make BYOD Programs Work for You By Patrick Peterson01/19/16 Schools that experiment with bring-your-own-device policies have reduced their costs but must cope with a variety of student devices, some of which don't meet minimum standards for computer instruction.

14 Tips to Make BYOD Programs Work for You

And if a student misuses a device, it could be taken away from him or her, creating the exact opposite situation that benefits education. 9 digital tools for your classroom toolbelt. A good digital tool can unlock new possibilities in the classroom.

9 digital tools for your classroom toolbelt

Here are nine digital tools you may not have seen. (Flickr / woodleywonderworks) The digital tool doesn’t make the class, but it does help to have some good ones handy. Sometimes, just finding a new digital tool can open up new opportunities for you and your students. I collect new tools from interactions on Twitter, from reading blog posts and from face-to-face interactions with other educators. Resistance Paper. Richard M.

Resistance Paper

Felder Department of Chemical Engineering North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695-7905 Rebecca Brent School of Education East Carolina University Greenville, NC 27858 Authors' note: An abridged version of this paper was published in College Teaching, 44, 43-47 (1996). In the traditional approach to higher education, the burden of communicating course material resides primarily with the instructor. In student-centered instruction (SCI), some of this burden is shifted to the students. We use student-centered instruction extensively in our courses and discuss it in teaching workshops we present to faculty members and graduate teaching assistants. The enthusiasts may be in for a rude shock. Anybody can learn. 6 of the Best Hidden Features in Google Chrome. Google Chrome is actually much more than just a web browser.

6 of the Best Hidden Features in Google Chrome

Yes, it can navigate you to whichever website you please in the blink of an eye and you can use the URL bar to conduct Google searches, but that stuff just scratches the surface. Google has tucked away a lot of hidden functionalities into the Chrome browser. Jotting notes on a built in notepad, playing a dinosaur themed browser game when the wifi is out, and even finding your lost cell phone on a Google map, are just a couple of the cool things most people can do.

These are six of our favorite hidden Chrome tricks you can try out right now. 1. Don’t have a pen and paper nearby and need to take a quick note? 2. If you aren’t connected to wifi and try to access a webpage, you may see the all too familiar “Unable to connect” dinosaur. 3. Where is your phone right now? 4. 6 Tips to Level Up. Please feel free to use this poster with students or to train teachers.

6 Tips to Level Up

Please do not publish it to your blogs or public sites or in other publications. Click Here to link to Google Drawing. I was working with a group of teachers yesterday getting them set up with Google Classroom. I created this poster after the session to remind them of some tips I gave them of where to start and to build up to. I have a blog post on “10 Things to Start with in Google Classroom” and “Google Classroom: 8 Essential Tips Infographic” that might also be helpful.

Using Google Classroom to distribute worksheets does not change the learning environment, it simply makes it more efficient to pass out things. Post your directions in Google Classroom. Using Tech and You Are NOT on Twitter? Rethink That. If you are using tech to teach, I can pretty much guarantee something is not going right.

Using Tech and You Are NOT on Twitter? Rethink That

You WILL have questions. Who do you ask? Les Chuchoteuses, Contenu Web et Social Media. Twitter, vous connaissez ?

Les Chuchoteuses, Contenu Web et Social Media

Evidemment, mais peut-être pas autant que son grand frère Facebook. Mark Ashworth on Twitter: "The Power Of I Don’t Know: #teachthought... Comment éviter le plagiat au secondaire? En enseignant les stratégies de créacollage numérique. Twitter Tip: Start Your Tweet with a Period. Saturday morning someone asked me why some of my tweets start with a period.

Twitter Tip: Start Your Tweet with a Period

I was participating in the New Teacher to Twitter (#nt2t) chat. A twitter chat is an hour long conversation on a particular topic. This means that I am replying quite a bit. When you reply to a tweet it starts the tweet with the @symbol. Twitter assumes that when you are replying that you are talking to that person and not all of your followers. Le BYOD : entre perspectives et réalités pédagogiques. Par Aurélien Fiévez, en collaboration avec Gabriel Dumouchel.

Le BYOD : entre perspectives et réalités pédagogiques

Adios Ed Tech. Hola something else. I’ve been involved in educational technology since the late 1990′s when I was at Red River College and involved in deploying the first laptop program in Canada. Since that time, I’ve been involved in many technology deployments in learning and in researching those deployments. Some have been systems-level – like a learning management system. Others have been more decentralized and unstructured – like blogs, wikis, and social media. Six Engaging Lesson Ideas for Teaching Media Literacy. Media literacy is crucial to the educational environment. All students should be able to access, analyze, evaluate and create media in a number of forms, shaping their understanding of how media affects society and why it is essential in the 21st century.

In the classroom, media literacy fulfills a number of needs. It helps develop critical thinking skills, identify target markets, recognizes bias and misinformation, and creates the ability to distribute personalized media messages. With technology reshaping how students think and react to digital media and the messages they receive, this is an important aspect of teaching that cannot be ignored. These are just a few effective lesson ideas that can be taught focusing on media literacy that will have a definitive impact on shaping the minds of students, broadening their critical thinking skills and providing an alternative perspective on media and how it is used.

Picture Thought and Discussion. 21.pdf. 3 modèles possibles de classe inversée. Lancement de l'offre "BBC Worldwide" sur le portail Éduthèque. Welcome to Forbes. L’usage des badges numériques dans le monde académique, en milieu de travail et dans la société - OCE - L'Observatoire compétences-emplois. Version PDF de cet article Depuis quelques années, les badges numériques ont le vent dans les voiles dans l’univers de la reconnaissance de l’apprentissage et des compétences.

Les badges numériques sont des représentations visuelles en ligne, utilisés pour motiver les apprenants et reconnaitre les apprentissages ou valider et certifier des compétences en situation d’apprentissage formel, informel ou non formel. Dans cet article nous présentons les usages des badges numériques dans les trois mondes de l’apprentissage tout au long de la vie que sont l’école, le travail et la société. Le monde académique. When Schools Create Their Own Edtech Tools: The Story Behind Slate.

Les badges numériques et la révolution de l'apprentissage - OCE - L'Observatoire compétences-emplois. Version PDF de cet article Avec l’arrivée de l’ère numérique et d’internet, la possibilité d’apprendre et de développer des compétences est quasi sans limites. Nous apprenons partout et en tout temps, hors ligne, en ligne, avec les nouvelles technologies et les nouveaux médias. Dans ce contexte, les apprentissages informels et non formels deviennent tout aussi importants que les apprentissages formels du siècle dernier.