Voki - Voki Scene Pickup. Genial.ly - Software per la creazione di contenuti interattivi geniali. App.box. Pinterest: guida alla piattaforma (free webinar) InfuseLearning- A Wonderful Student Response Tool. July 25, 2014 InfuseLearing is a great virtual learner response system.
In a very basic level, InfuseLearning allows teachers to ask quick assessment questions to check for students understanding. There are seven types of quick assessment questions supported by InfuseLearning. These are : Response Drawing, True/False questions, Multiple Choice, Sort in Order, Open Ended Text Answer, Numeric, Likert Scale(1-5).
Here is how InfuseLearning works: You log in as a teacher and you create a class. Once you have created a class, share the Room ID of your class with your students. The unique feature that sets InfuseLearning apart from other learner response systems is " Draw Response". Watch the video below to see InfuseLearning in action Check out these excellent guides to help you learn more about InfuseLearning and how to use it with your students. Applicazioni Logopedia: PHONO click! : storie per i fonemi. L'applicazione nasce come supporto al trattamento del disturbo fonologico, col fine di favorire la generalizzazione dei fonemi impostati con terapia logopedica tradizionale.
Al fine di consentire l'automatizzazione delle competenze fonoarticolatorie già acquisite, infatti, è bene guidare il bambino verso un controllo volontario della produzione del fonema target per periodi di tempo progressivamente più lunghi. Si è pensato, dunque, di creare un materiale strutturato (storie) in cui il fonema target sia presente con un'occorrenza elevata in posizione iniziale e mediana di parola.
All'interno di tali storie, i vocaboli target possono essere sostituite da immagini. Oltre ad attività di tipo linguistico, è possibile utilizzare la web app per allenare le competenze di lettura, in bambini con/senza pregresso disturbo specifico di linguaggio che faticano a generalizzare i fonemi anche dopo l'ingresso nella scuola primaria, effettuando un intervenendo su rapidità e correttezza di lettura. EarthViewer. Nik's Learning Technology Blog: Crowdsourcing Knowledge with Students.
Over the last few weeks I have been playing with a very simple brainstorming and voting website called tricider.
The great thing about tricider is that it is incredibly quick and simple to use, and yet it enables users to collect information and opinions from all over the web in a very easily digestible and powerful way. It's very easy to create a tricider topic or question and you don't even need to register, just type your topic or question into the field. You can also add a bit more detail and instructions to guide your students. After you have saved the description, you or your students can start adding solutions. Once there are some solutions added it's easy to either vote for them or add arguments for or against, using the + or - symbols. Once you have set up your page you can add your email so that you get notifications when ever anyone adds something new or votes.
Here are some examples that I have set up to crowdsource in formation from my PLN. So how can we use this with students?
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