Cahier Innovation et Prospective n°1 : Le futur de la vie privée vu par 42 experts. A Must-Have Online Safety Guide For Students. The Internet is an integral part of student life.
It is how most students study, communicate and research everyday. Though the web often makes student life more efficient, those digital footprints may put personal information at risk if the right precautions are not taken. The following is a useful (and relatively quick!) Guide to keeping students safe online thanks to our content partners at Bachelors Degree Online . See Also: The Teacher’s Guide To Keeping Students Safe Online The University of Georgia recently reported that personnel records for more than 8,500 current and former student and faculty were hacked in what officials call “a criminal act of computer trespass.” “Universities are, by their nature, open, trusting environments. Busy students often leave computer security at the bottom of their to-do list, but keeping your personal information safe online is surprisingly simple.
Risky Behaviors Students often overshare personal information through social media sites. The future of MOOCs. MOOCs get a bad rap.
Dismissed as prescriptive, or teacher-centric, or unsocial, or something else, it’s like a badge of honour to espouse why you dislike MOOCs. Despite their pedagogical flaws, however, MOOCs provide unprecedented access to quality content for millions of learners. It’s all very well for Apple-owning, organic-buying professionals to cast aspersions, but consider the girl in Pakistan who’s too scared to set foot in a classroom. Consider the teenager in central Australia whose school has only one teacher. Consider the young woman in Indonesia who can’t afford college. Don’t all these people deserve a better education?
Sure, the pedagogy may not be perfect, but the alternative is much worse. MOOC proponent George Siemens distinguishes between two types of MOOC: the xMOOC and the cMOOC. The former is the subject of such disdain. In contrast, the latter leverages the connectedness of the participants. 1. 2. 3. 4. No more lazy professors, no more specious journal articles. 5. What is a MOOC? Making BYOD Work in Schools – Three School Districts That Have Figured it Out. Since I wrote the controversial post, “5 Reasons Why BYOD is a Bad Idea” over the summer, and received such strong push back the concerns I noted, I’ve been looking forward to learning about sharing ways in which schools have addressed some of these potential issues. This week, guest writer Caroline Ross introduces us to several schools that have tackled these challenges.
In an effort to bring 21st century technology into the classroom despite continuous budget cuts, some school administrators have adopted district-wide “Bring your Own Device” (BYOD) initiatives and programs. Like the name suggests, BYOD programs allow students to bring their own tablets, smartphones, and laptops from home into the classroom for educational use. It seems like a lucrative idea, especially for schools that can’t afford to supply each student with a shiny new tablet or e-reader, but that doesn’t mean the concept hasn’t met its fair share of criticism. About Kelly Walsh Print This Post. 10 Important Questions To Ask Before Using iPads in Class. Digital Tools Teaching Strategies Lenny Gonzales By Terry Heick When it comes to deciding how or whether to use iPads, schools typically focus on budget issues, apps, networking logistics, check-in and check-out procedures, school and district tech-use policies, hardware precautions, and aspects of classroom management.
But it’s also important to think about instructional use, and to that end, consider the following questions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Also worth considering: How can parents, families, and local businesses be involved in procuring, managing, or integrating iPads in the classroom? These kinds of questions can help you get the most out of the iPad’s use in your classroom. This post originally appeared on TeachThought, where Terry Heick is the director of curriculum. Related Explore: iPad, Mobile Learning. Www.icils.ch/ 20 Innovative Education Technology Pinterest Boards. Pinterest and education go hand in hand.
If you haven’t started using the popular social bookmarking site, you may want to give it a try during your break this week. What better time to discover new and exciting resources from teachers, admins, and students around the world? See Also: The 20 Best Pinterest Boards About Education Technology We try to keep a regular flow of Pinterest boards on Edudemic. As you can see from the article linked above, there’s no shortage of interesting boards you can follow, repin, and learn from. Below is a list of all the education technology boards submitted to Edudemic over the past few months. Want to add your Pinterest board to the list? Don’t forget to check out the Edudemic Pinterest boards where you can keep track of all the stuff we’re up to. The 20+ Education Technology Pinterest Boards I thought it might be fun to take a screenshot of what some of the boards look like at the time of this writing. F-I-T In Class Stanford EdTech Alan Natachu Fiske Class.
12/12/12 + 1 : la fin du MOOC. Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011. Five Lessons from Salman Khan on the Future of Education. Salman Khan needs no introduction. He was recently on the cover of FORBES and was named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people. And he just published a book — The One World Schoolhouse — which is already a bestseller. I recently interviewed Sal to get his thoughts on the future of education. Here are five wisdom filled lessons from the world famous educator. 1. “You have all this education theory and people try to make larger statements than maybe what their data would back up because they’ve done these small experiments that are tied to a very particular case with a very particular implementation…theory definitely matters, but I think dogma matters less.
That’s what’s exciting. 2. “Even when there’s an opportunity to make [STEM or math] less mechanical once you start getting into algebra, unfortunately it is disproportionately taught in a very formulaic way. 3. “Sometimes I think people confuse rote learning with traditional conceptual instruction. 4. 5. The 5 Biggest Ways Students Actually Use Technology. We talk about how students and teachers use technology on a daily basis on Edudemic.
From 1:1 classrooms to BYOD / BYOTech, there’s a lot of learning models in use right now. So what are the biggest ways students actually use technology? A fabulous new infographic spells out exactly how undergraduate students are using technology, what they prefer, and how they want teachers to use tech. In other words, this infographic is beyond useful and worth passing around to your colleagues. Some of the stats might surprise you. Source: Bachelors Degree Online. 25 Ways To Use Tablets In The Classroom. When I was a kid, I dreamt about our school desks as computer screens. How cool would it have been to be able to draw, write, and learn directly onto my own computer? As the years went on, people theorized that laptops would take over the classroom, but the price of these devices was too high for a 1 to 1 ratio. It never quite caught on in lower grade schools. See Also: 25 Ways To Use iPads In The Classroom by Degree of Difficulty Now, it is the age of the tablet.
Yet, some educators are still skeptical. 1. In a subject like art, people might think, “How could a tablet be useful? It is, but what about an app that helps with color matching and combination, or tools for interior design where the child can map out their project in concept before getting to work? When they are done, they can share in galleries with other students for critique and encouragement. 2. App developers have continually surprised the public with the complexity of tools they are able to create for tablets. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10 Reasons To Consider BYOD In Education. Education must move with the times.
What can be done to reach a technology-savvy generation that relies on media every free second of their time? BYOD-Bring Your Own Device, a trend that is catching on quickly. Bring Your Own Device has transformed the classroom by creating new opportunities for learning. Studies find that Generation Y is highly reliant on wireless devices and phones.
And rather than fight it, educators can use this to their advantage. In Millennians: A Portrait of the Next Generation, the researchers found that most of Generation Y prefers to connect wirelessly (81%) and the majority use social networking to connect with others (73%). Why Does BYOD Makes Sense For Educators? 1. 2. 3. 4. A free application called Studyboost, allows students to receive study questions via text. Kindle, Wikipedia, and Google books offer a list of free textbooks that students can access in the classroom. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Should Educators Jump On The BYOD Bandwagon? Le Popol Vuh des anciens Mayas-Quichés. The Rational Person's Guide to the Mayan Apocalypse by Jaquelynne Avery on Prezi. My 35 Favorite Free Apps for Teaching.
Schools around the country are undergoing a digital transformation.
With iPads and tablets showing up in classrooms with greater frequency, trying to figure out which apps to use can leave a teacher’s head spinning. Last year, when my school debuted an iPad lab, I was thrilled, but as it turned out, I barely used it. I shied away from this new technology (which is definitely not like me!) Because I honestly had no idea how to make the most of the iPads in my daily lessons. Oh, what a difference a year makes! Over the past year, I have found several great educational apps that I integrate into my teaching on a regular basis. Please note that since the publication of this blog post, two of the apps, Shake-a-Phrase and Stack the States, are no longer free, but are low cost and still useful tools. With nearly a million apps available, I know there are other great ones out there. A Free Interactive iPad App To Teach Algebra. For many students algebra seems too abstract and hard to learn.
They often resort to ineffective memorization and in the long run find only frustration and failure. Now there’s a new free iPad app that can turn frustration into success. The Fun Way to Learn Algebra: Hands-On Equations 1 Lite gives even the youngest students visual and kinesthetic ways to understand abstract algebraic equations. The app is intended for children from age 8 onward. No user needs a background in algebra to learn the concepts presented. The app, like the physical version, is also well suited for helping older students who are struggling in traditional algebra classes.
Each of the three lessons of this free app is introduced by a short three- to four-minute video. In the first lesson the student learns that a pawn, or marker, has an unknown weight, or value, and that a number cube has the value shown on the cube. The “scale” does not actually move. Consider example 3B. For a free app, you can’t beat that! Promesses - Questions numériques 2013/2014 publiées par la FING. How To Find Open Education Resources. Maîtriser les informations publiées sur les réseaux sociaux.
Publication des photos sur Internet : comment partager sans se sur-exposer ? The 12 Best Children’s Educational iPad Apps Released In 2012. TeachThought and Teachers With Apps are happy to release our list of 12 best children’s educational apps released in 2012!
Every app featured in this review has been released in 2012, updates excluded. We wish this list had 12 categories so we could cover all of the wonderful new educational additions to the app store. Since that is not feasible we are limiting this list to learning games only. We will post a list of the 12 Best Book Apps of 2012 soon, as well as a list of the top 12 Educational App Developers. Stay-tuned! The 12 Best Children’s Educational iPad Apps Released In 2012 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. iTooch Junior High School, by edupad Inc., is not only a state of the art and completely comprehensive educational app, it is exciting, effective and enormously fun!
9. 10. 11. 12. Le E-learning est-il efficace ? Le livre blanc de Crossknowledge. Cardus Decumanus. Cardus Decumanus (Arts) Decumanus y Cardus « Zahurda’s Blog. Decumanus Maximus. Examples In Beirut's Central Business District, Rue Weygand, which runs east-west, still follows the ancient Roman decumanus. In Florence, the Decumanus is preserved as the streets Via Strozzi, Via Speziali and Via del Corso in the city's old centre. Although these streets have different names they form a continuous line with a split between the Via Strozzi and Via Speziali by the Palazzo Strozzi. In Roman times, these 3 streets formed the Decumanus of Florentina, the name of the Roman colonia. The Via Roma and the Via Calimala are formed from the ancient Cardo and what was once the Forum in ancient Florence is now the Piazza della Repubblica. References Jump up ^ William E. Chaos Computer Club. 24 Ed-Tech Terms You Should Know.
If you’re a teacher or administrator who has been to an educational conference or sat in on a product demo featuring the latest classroom innovation, you know that the intersection of schools and technology is littered with buzzwords. From mLearning to mobile apps to asynchronous instruction, the ed-tech landscape is equal parts high-gloss marketing and roll-up-your-sleeves instruction. In the face of increased pressure to improve student performance, how can K–12 educators cut through the promotional hyperbole and put the focus where it should be — on classroom improvements? It helps if you speak the language. This Ed Tech Cheat Sheet, which we first encountered on the Mr. G Online edublog, features 24 frequently used terms that teachers and other educators can reference when wading into discussions about the latest trends in educational technology. Are there any other terms you’d like to see on this list? Action d’évaluation et de diffusion de la plateforme d’innovation « La Cantine par Silicon Sentier »
La recherche urbaine à l’heure de la ville 2.0. Tour d’horizon des Fab Labs. Fab Labs overview. Publication des photos sur Internet : comment partager sans se sur-exposer ? Qu’est-ce que l’Open Data change aux processus de concertation ? Formes de réception et d’appropriation des ressources numériques en milieu étudiant. Le chat est-il (encore) un média interactif? Dans quelle mesure la TV sur mobile est-elle interactive ? Langages structurés et lien social. De la communauté à l’écume : quels concepts de sociabilité pour le « web social » ?
L’interactivité. L’intégration des fans dans les stratégies de valorisation de contenus contribue-t-elle au développement des « industries créatives » ? La notion d’usage est-elle stratégique pour les industries créatives ? Les industries créatives à l’heure de la numérisation : une approche par les alliances en R&D dans les industries du multimédia. Des industries culturelles aux industries créatives : un changement de paradigme salutaire ? Industries, économie créatives et technologies d’information et de communication.
Industries créatives avec ou sans TIC ? - Vol. 4, n° 2. Habiter l’espace, au croisement du réseau géo-social mobile et de l’amitié. La certification de contenus collaboratifs à l’agence photo Citizenside : Le ciblage comportemental, une perte de contrôle des éditeurs sur les données de l’audience. Le défi de la construction d’un public pour le journalisme au temps de Google Analytics. Mutations du journalisme : nouveaux dispositifs, nouvelles pratiques - Vol. 6, N°1. Langue Francaise : Les expressions imagées d'Archibald. Identité numérique qui êtes-vous sur le web - audrey miller (2012) Using Technology to Reach Unreachable Students. Bob Burnett: 2011: The Year Corporations Attacked Democracy. Policy governance framework - Google Scholar.
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FET Flagship Proposal Summary 2012. Welcome - Living Archive. Why Some People Don’t Always Follow the Crowd. Identifiable but Not Identical. IS UNIT WEB SITE - IPTS - JRC - EC. Logiciel renseignement opérationnel. 21 Reasons To Use Tablets In The 21st Century Classroom. 10 Ways Augmented Reality Could Change Learning Experience. Expo Milano 2015. Decumanus. Decumanus Maximus. Cardus Decumanus - Arquitectura e Engenharia Lda. Town heart with the two important roads : Cardus and Decumanus. Li Conchi Village – Sardinia Holiday – Sardinia Villas. The 5 Biggest Myths About Online Learning. Quelles modalités d'évaluation pour les MOOCs ? E-learning.