Podemos encontrar muchas herramientas para realizar videoconferencias VISIOCONFERENCE en ELVE en maternelle Lundi, 18 Mars 2013 15:14 Cyril GIBELIN Le 14 février dernier a eu lieu la première visioconférence entre écoles maternelles sur le thème de l'échange de chants en ELVE. Les écoles maternelles d'Armissan, Gruissan et Charles Perrault de Narbonne ont utilisé le logiciel de visioconférence SCOPIA mis à la disposition des écoles de l'académie de Montpellier par le Rectorat, afin de partager des chants en langue étrangère étudiés en classe. Après une installation et une mini formation par les AC-TICE des circonscriptions à l'utilisation du logiciel et du matériel, la visioconférence a permis de réaliser cette rencontre virtuelle entre les trois participants avec les objectifs que nous nous étions fixés. La qualité de son et d'image a été suffisante pour pouvoir profiter du chant de chacune des classes participantes. Cette nouvelle pratique de visioconférence, impulsée par M. Cyril GIBELIN AC-TICE NARBONNE2
10 Great Free Web Tools for Teachers Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is back to you with another list of some awesome free educational web 2.0 tools that we have unearthed in different blogging platforms and websites. We are adding this list to the section we have previously created and labelled Educational Web Tools where we feature some of the most important web services that are of direct relevance to education. We are hoping that teachers, particularly those busy ones who do not have time to go online and dig for web resources, would use this section as a repository of the technology tools they might need in their work. Check out the list below and as usual , don't hesitate to share with us your suggestions and recommendations. 1- Quizslides This is a great web tool that is completely free and that allows users to easily create quizzes in the form of slideshows. 2- Vyclone This is an awesome video remixing tool compatible with iOS devices. 3- Pic View 4- Go Pro Travelling 5- CV Maker 6- Vidify 7- Bottlenose
Free Web Conferencing Software, Free Online Meetings, Free Webinar Service Providers 50 Education Technology Tools Every Teacher Should Know About Technology and education are pretty intertwined these days and nearly every teacher has a few favorite tech tools that make doing his or her job and connecting with students a little bit easier and more fun for all involved. Yet as with anything related to technology, new tools are hitting the market constantly and older ones rising to prominence, broadening their scope, or just adding new features that make them better matches for education, which can make it hard to keep up with the newest and most useful tools even for the most tech-savvy teachers. Here, we’ve compiled a list of some of the tech tools, including some that are becoming increasingly popular and widely used, that should be part of any teacher’s tech tool arsenal this year, whether for their own personal use or as educational aids in the classroom. Social Learning These tools use the power of social media to help students learn and teachers connect. Learning Lesson Planning and Tools Useful Tools
Digital Tools Booklet School Libraries and Information Literacy Unit - Teachers’ digital toolkit Digital tools instructions booklet This booklet contains instructions for tools in the Teachers&#x2019; digital toolkit. The 94 page booklet is 50 MB. Instructions for individual tools: Alternatively, search the School Libraries and Information Literacy Unit Links page alphabetically by name to find instructions for tools from the Teachers&#x2019; digital toolkit. Teachers&#x2019; digital toolkit: Links4Learning Teachers can use the Teachers&#x2019; digital toolkit below to assist with class work, research and assignments. Digital tools overview sites Blooms taxonomy peacock Joyce Valenza&#x2019;s blog &#xA9;School Libraries and Information Literacy Unit.
New Technologies and 21st Century Skills The Top Ten S'Cool Tools for Q1, 2015 | EdSurge News EdSurge Newsletters Receive weekly emails on edtech products, companies, and events that matter. We can’t believe it’s already May. Every week, EdSurge sends out an educator-specific INSTRUCT newsletter (sign up here) containing a section called “S’Cool Tools,” where we showcase 3-5 edtech tools that have tickled our fancy. Out of 75+ S’Cool Tools, ten products from Q1 have risen to the top based on the number of clicks they’ve received from our INSTRUCT readers. 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. And, at the top of our list, in our coveted #1 spot... 1.
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andi-mcnair | POWER TOOLS Great place for students to explore skills and project ideas. Safe blogging space created for the classroom. We use Kidblog to reflect. Trello is the platform we use to document learning and track standards that we use during Genius Hour This tool is perfect for backchanneling and online conversations. Edmodo makes it easy for students to share ideas and work with the class ro a small group. Twitter is the best place for educators to find personalized PD and collaborate with amazing educators all over the world! Skype is such a great way for students to communicate with others all over the world. Give your students an opportunity to communicate what they know using QR codes. Send reminders, share pictures, and communicate with parents are students using Remind. Socrative is great for real time responses. We use Nepris to find outside experts for each student. This tool serves as a digital bulletin board perfect for collaboration. Great place for students to create stories and even books.
Pinterest da a conocer sobre diversas herramientas para la realización de las videoconferencas, presenta una serie de ventanas informativas, describiendo cada una de ellas. by marcosajin Apr 6