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In 2012, EmergingEdTech videos (there are now over 8o videos) were watched more than 56,000 times, and viewers spent over 35,000 minutes (that’s over 583 hours) watching them! Listing the most popular articles of the year is a common thing to do on a site like this as each year comes to end, but our most popular posts are already listed in a sidebar, so we’re taking a different tack. In addition to this site and popular presences on Facebook ( www.facebook.com/EmergingEdTech ) and Twitter ( @EmergingEdTech ), we also post video blog entries on YouTube and we recently surpassed 300 subscribers and over 100,000 views. It seems clear that many who are interested in leveraging technology in the educational context are taking advantage of the informative content we’re delivering through YouTube. Here are the top 10 most-watched videos on the EmergingEdTech YouTube Channel during 2012:
in Share Even the mention of the word ‘ Facebook ‘ is enough to send a shiver down the spine of many educators. Privacy risks and ‘friending’ students scares many teachers off using Facebook for education. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The Facebook community, whether we like it or not, is enormous and it can be used in schools to do great things. Over the past few years, the social network has grown so far beyond just “adding friends”.
Voici quelques usages recensés par les enseignants : Lecture de livres numériques [ex. iBooks , collection Chocolapps ] Création de livres numériques [ex. Pages ] Lecture de la presse [ex. quotidiens et hebdomadaires belges, presse internationale] L'info en direct [ex. fil d'info des quotidiens et chaînes télévisées ] Dissections virtuelles [ex. Frog Dissection - Rat Dissection ] Utilisation de tableaux périodiques animés [ex.
Des outils pour évaluer son niveau de maîtrise des Tice | Formation et culture numérique – Thot Cursus | e-Club • IcademieAutant on attend des enseignants qu’ils utilisent les technologies de l’information et de la communication dans leur classe, autant il est primordial qu’ils disposent eux-mêmes de compétences numériques et informationnelles.
Each mode of education, whether traditional or online, has competitive advantages in a number of areas like accessibility, flexibility, technology and convenience. However, educational sources online have completely revolutionized the approach towards education. Dependency on the Internet for learning has tremendously increased in recent years. Many universities, colleges and schools offer a variety of online courses as well as online learning resources for both teachers and students. Using online resources for learning is increasing the influence of education. Today, educating oneself through online sources has evolved from a thing of the future to a practical approach towards education.
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