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93 best Cassetta degli attrezzi images on Pinterest | Technology, 21st century skills and Asperger. It.pinterest. Scuola Digitale. Questa sezione è dedicata al software didattico che i Docenti e gli alunni potranno utilizzare. Alcune importanti competenze digitali di un insegnante del 21° secolo sono presentate di seguito con qualche suggerimento per utilizzare programmi adatti. 1) Usare Blogs e wikis per creare risorse online condivise per gli studenti (Blogger, Wordpress, Edublogs) 2) Sfruttare e modificare immagini per utilizzarle nelle lezioni (Befunky, Pixlr, Fotor, Cartoonize, Picjoke) 3) Creare e modificare file audio (Audiobook, Clyp, Soundcloud,) 4) Creare video per interessare e coinvolgere gli alunni (Wevideo, Google Story Builder, Lifelogger, Powtoon ) 5) Usare social network per scambiare esperienze con colleghi, scoprire nuovi argomenti e crescere professionalmente 6) Creare coinvolgenti presentazioni digitali per la lezione (Google slides, Haikudeck, Prezi, Emaze, Zoho) 7) Compilare un portfolio digitale (Seesaw, Pathbrite, Silk, Weebly) 11)Creare quiz e test digitali online.

The Difference Between Technology Use And Technology Integration. Bring TeachThought Professional Development To Your School! The Difference Between Technology Use And Technology Integration by TeachThought Staff Using technology for learning makes sense. Technology creates access, transparency, and opportunity. But there is a difference, claims this graphic from teachbytes, between using technology and integrating it deeply into the learning experiences of students. This is not a new idea, but what makes this graphic useful is the indicators offered that clarify Dos and Don’ts–kind of like an educator’s Goofus and Gallant. Goofus gives iPad to students so that they can Google topics for a “research paper.” Gallant helps students design their own open-ended and collaborative learning experiences, and uses apps like Behance or Storehouse to share them with the world.

The chart continues this pattern, but misses the opportunity to make Highlights allusion for nuance: Technology usage is random, arbitrary, and often an afterthought. Video Maker & Photo Slideshow Maker | Animoto. Storyboard That: The World's Best FREE Online Storyboard Creator.

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Aggiungi alle tue sequenze fotografiche straordinari effetti speciali, colonne sonore e commenti audio registrati con la tua stessa voce. Storybird - Artful Storytelling. Rational number. Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus - An online thesaurus and dictionary of over 145,000 words that you explore using an interactive map. The Best of Free Technology for Teachers in January. Good evening from Maine where the sun is setting on the first month of 2017. It has been a busy month here at the Byrne Instructional Media, LLC World Headquarters. Besides the usual blogging activities that you see here, I hosted a series of Wednesday afternoon webinars, taught a course, spoke at a conference, and made arrangements for this summer's Practical Ed Tech Summer Camps.

And, of course, I tried to answer your email requests for ed tech help. You can always email me at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com As I do at this time every month, I have compiled a list of the month's most popular posts. Here are the most popular posts from January, 2017: 1. New Google Classroom Features Focus on Individual Instruction 2. Do you need a workshop or keynote speaker this spring or summer? My calendar is filling up, but I still have some dates available. Please visit the official advertisers that help keep this blog going. My Simpleshow provides a great way to create explainer videos.

Three Free Collaborative Whiteboard Tools. Online whiteboards that let students communicate in realtime either by voice or text can be powerful tools to create a mathematics tutorial, create a diagram, or to brainstorm ideas for a project. The following three whiteboard tools can all be used by students for free. NoteBookCast is a free whiteboard tool that will work in the web browser on a laptop, iPad, Android tablet, and Windows tablet. NoteBookCast is a collaborative whiteboard tool. You can invite others to join your whiteboard by entering the code assigned to your whiteboard. You can chat while drawing on NoteBookCast whiteboards. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to use NoteBookCast. Web Whiteboard makes it easy to include a whiteboard in your Google+ Hangout.

Stoodle is a free collaborative whiteboard tool hosted by the CK12 Foundation. Here are this week’s most popular posts from FreeTech4Teachers.com: 1. Upcoming Wednesday Webinars Join me on Wednesday for Winning Blog Strategies. 50+ Web Tools Language Learners and Teachers Should Have This School Year. “The number one benefit of educational technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive. It lets people learn things they didn’t think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential.” – Steve Ballmer Teachers often ask me to name the best web tools for language learners. As a connected teacher and trainer, I bookmark web tools daily and share them via Pearltrees, Listly, Diigo, Symbaloo, and Pinterest.

Vocabulary Rewordify– Paste in difficult sentences, paragraphs, or chapters of text and Rewordify changes it into easier language and vocabulary. Quizlet– Make flash cards with vocabulary lists or choose from many flash cards users have already created. Comic Creators Makebeliefs– Create two, three and four panel comics in multiple languages with no registration. ToonDoo– Create comic strips or books with a library of characters and background or draw your own. Writing Prompts Multimedia Posters. Dotstorming. Appsmash Your Way to Better Learning | KQED Learning | KQED. Common Core and NGSS have many teachers working to develop their own curriculum and the days of using a textbook teacher’s edition or student workbooks are gone. Although we are thankful for that, we know that if we are to compete with the myriad distractions our students are exposed to on a regular basis, we have to create lessons that speak the language of digital natives.s.

This is where appsmashing comes in. What is appsmashing? Appsmashing, as defined by Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec on Twitter), is the process of using multiple apps in conjunction with one another to complete a final task or project. Why appsmash? Even with all the technology tools now available, there is rarely one that can do everything I need/want. How do I appsmash to teach and differentiate? In my middle school classroom, I am fortunate enough to have 1:1 devices. Thinglink: Developed as a way to annotate digital images, Thinglink can be used to link content and give instructions. Appsmashing with students. Learning Technologies and Strategies by Eliana Elkhoury | ZEEF.

ICT in het onderwijs - Fontys Educatief Centrum (beroeps)onderwijs & bedrijfsleven - start.me. ICT in het onderwijs - Fontys Educatief Centrum (beroeps)onderwijs & bedrijfsleven - start.me. G O O G L E. Storytelling digitale in classe: alcuni spunti e consigli per gli insegnanti | Socloo. Cos’è lo storytelling? E’la capacità di raccontare una storia. Niente di più di semplice, dunque, per gli insegnanti. Se parliamo invece di storytelling digitale intendiamo la stessa capacità di raccontare qualcosa, ma utilizzando strumenti digitali come video, immagini, mappe e infografiche, file audio e tutta una serie di strumenti innovativi che possono arricchire lo storytelling e rendere più interessante, coinvolgente e accattivante una lezione.

Gli studenti, si sa, sono ormai abituati a un mondo iperconnesso, sempre più social e digitale, con svariati stimoli provenienti dalla tecnologia. Gli elementi multimediali e creativi, come evidenziato da diversi studi, favoriscono la memorizzazione e incrementano il coinvolgimento e la motivazione degli studenti. Ecco alcuni spunti di storytelling digitale in classe: Storytelling cronologico: creazione o condivisione di materiale digitale che segua un ordine cronologico. Il miglior modo per condividere questi materiali con la classe? TECHNOLOGY. StickPNG: motore di ricerca di immagini PNG con sfondo trasparente. Quando siete alle prese con fotomontaggi per le vostre pubblicazioni, vi sarà capitato in più di una circostanza di ricercare immagini con uno sfondo trasparente, in modo da utilizzare solo l'oggetto desiderato. Tra i formati immagine che contemplano questa possobilità conosciamo GIF e PNG, ma capita spesso che, operando una semplice ricerca avanzata su Google immagini circoscritta a questi formati, ci ritroviamo molti risultati... non trasparenti.

Oggi vi segnalo StickPNG, un motore di ricerca di immagini png con sfondo trasparente. Sono migliaia le immagini disponibili ricercabili attraverso un menu a categorie o utilizzando il textbox . Il consiglio e' quello di digitare i termini in inglese, anche se entro il 2017 il sito sarà tradotto in 15 lingue, con l'obiettivo di diventare il motore di ricerca per immagini PNG più utilizzato del pianeta. Per ogni immagine trovata, e' disponibile il pulsante per il download. Vai su STICKPNG Articoli correlati. BlogBooker.