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Workshop WebTools für Präsenzlehre - 3. Februar 2017

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WebTools in der Präsenzlehre am 3.2.2017 im ZertKurs Musik 17

Presi WebTools in der Präsenzlehre. Links zu Beispielen. Top 100 Tools for Education | Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies. E-Learning. Was fällt Ihnen dazu ein? E-Learning. Was fällt Ihnen dazu ein? 40 characters remaining Share Share this AnswerGarden on various social networks using the following buttons. Embed Use this link to refer to your AnswerGarden. Embed your AnswerGarden on your website or blog (640x400): MicroGarden MicroGarden is a very compact HTML5 answer field for AnswerGarden which can be used to gather user data. More information Export No answers in this garden...this means there's nothing to export. Get the questionGet the answersGet number of answersGet complete data chunkShow QR code Statistics Created: 31st of January 2017 16:17Question: E-Learning.

Show and Scan! Local Discoverability Please confirm your password to access the admin panel for this AnswerGarden. Administration About | Search | Support | Feedback | Terms | 2017 © Creative Heroes. Sehenswürdige Orte in Zürich - Trage deine Orte ein! Skizzieren Sie möglichen Einsatz eines WebTools in Ihrem Unterricht (Google Slides) AnswerGarden » ...- Plant a Question, Grow Answers! Generate a live word cloud with your audience. Make Your Images Interactive.

Google Drive - Cloud Storage & File Backup for Photos, Docs & More. EduPad | 1.0.3. Brainstorming and Voting Amazingly Easy. Free Online Tool | tricider. Lino - Sticky and Photo Sharing for you. Pinup - Sticky notes, corkboards, collaboration. BlendKit - Interaction in Blendend Learning Settings (Chapt 2) Course Home | Schedule | Learning Activities | DIY Tasks | Readings | Blogging | Badges | Real Time Sessions/Archive | Stories Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5 Third Edition Edited by Linda Futch and Baiyun Chen.

BlendKit Reader Second Edition Review Team included Linda Futch, Wendy Clark, Loretta Driskel, Wilma Hodges, Cub Kahn, Apostolos Koutropoulos, Denise Landrum-Geyer, and John Okewole. If the second edition is helpful, thank the review team. Originally edited by Kelvin Thompson, Ed.D. The following chapter is adapted from “New Learners? Questions to Ponder Is there value in student-to-student and student-to-instructor interaction in all courses regardless of discipline? Introduction The National Survey of Student Engagement’s 2007 notes the importance of high impact activities where learners “interact with faculty and peers about substantive matters” (National Survey of Student Engagement, 2007, p. 7).

Extrinsic Motivation: Interaction with Experts Conclusion. #1minuteCPD – Improve your digital skills one minute at a time.