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Culture Island School The Island School, a public school in New York City, embodies passion-based learning. By Kimberly Vincent
Increasingly, educators globally are transforming their classroom using Skype to create powerful, authentic, motivating learning experiences for their students. From connecting with classrooms in other locations to learning about each others’ culture to connecting with content experts – educators are extending learning beyond classroom walls. So how do you use Skype effectively with your class? Hopefully this will help! Here’s our educator’s guide on every thing you need to know about Skype from…… 1. Setting up your account
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For all the #edumooc'ers out there, I apologize that most of the references in this piece are of academic nature, and therefore are not in the public domain. Below are key excerpts from a synthesis paper I wrote about design research. I see now that the methodology that I propose would also easily apply to the development of online learning – in fact, I actually use this methodology somewhat informally as I design and re-design various iterations of one of the online courses that I teach. A Design Research Methodology for Online Learning Course Design (#edumooc)
July 6, 2011 By: Elizabeth St. Germain in Online Education Much of what passes for an “online course” these days could more accurately be described as the electronic version of class hand-outs. These courses usually consist of a course description, a syllabus, lecture notes, reading lists, and assignment checklists. Five Common Pitfalls of Online Course Design
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How BYOD Programs Can Fuel Inquiry Learning The opportunity to extend access to technology in the classroom and at home is enticing, but school districts can get hung up on important details like providing a strong network, making sure each child has a device, and questions about around distraction. Of course, no one answer will work for all teachers or students, but one guiding principle that’s shown to work is for schools to focus on how mobile technology will help shift instruction to be more collaborative, learner-driven and inquiry-based. Continue Reading
Destaque » 4 de julho de 2011 – 8:00 Sim, você leu certo, a Coréia do Sul pretende substituir todos os livros didáticos que as crianças utilizam nas escolas por modernos e belos formatos que podem ser acessados por tablets já em 2015. O país pretende investir 2 bilhões de dólares para passar todo o conteúdo que está armazenado em livros que são utilizados atualmente, para a tela digital dos tablets ou notebooks. Os estudantes terão acesso aos livros que estarão disponíveis em um servidor que estará disponível na nuvem e que podem ser lidos a partir de um tablet, principalmente. MSN Tecnologia - Techguru 2.2 beta
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Online learning: Wave of the future or demise of the academy? View 3 photos » University of Phoenix student Trevor Hansen studies at his Salt Lake City home Thursday. Mike Terry, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Trevor Hansen plops down in front of his small oak desk, flips open his silver laptop and starts emailing his classmate about a project due Monday. There's a motocross poster on the wall, a snowboard in the corner and a framed picture of him pushing his niece on a swing on the top of his desk. The 25-year-old Salt Lake City resident just got home from an eight-hour workday and will be leaving for a softball tournament in about an hour, but he has a little bit of time to work on his online class.