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Collaborize Classroom

Collaborize Classroom
“My students and I love Collaborize Classroom! They are much more involved, the quality of their work has improved and their discussions are more thoughtful because they’ve had time to work on it online before presenting it in class.” - Catherine Fryzel, High School English Teacher “In-class participation has increased across the board. I’m not getting the blank stares I used to. My students are excited to voice their opinions.” - Nico Saldana, High School History Teacher “With Collaborize Classroom, students engage and interact in ways that I never thought were possible. The best thing about Collaborize Classroom is the amount of support they offer teachers.” - Mike Tokarczyk, High School Language Arts Teacher “My students and I love Collaborize Classroom!

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A General Guide For Creating Open Content In our experience working with people and communities around open content, one of the misconceptions we see regularly is that the process of creating open content differs from creating content that is not openly licensed. Fortunately, content is content; and if you have ever created a resource for use in your class, a piece of documentation, a video, a podcast, a blog post, shared a picture online, etc, then you have done the same type of work you will need to do to release openly licensed content. A primary difference between openly licensed content and content that is encumbered under restrictive copyright is how we view the potential of that content over time. Content that is encumbered under a restrictive license is essentially fixed in time, where openly licensed content can evolve over time through use and reuse.

Top Free E-Learning Tools-Mozilla Firefox A Guide to Free E-Learning Tools Inside Learning Technologies Magazine, December 2007 Jane Hart , from the Centre of Learning and Performance Technologies talks to us about the pros and cons of choosing and using free tools, and suggests 10 free tools that can be used to create e-learning solutions quickly and easily. It is well known in the industry that you promote the use of free e-learning tools. Can you tell us more about this? Over the years I have encouraged the use of free tools as an alternative to expensive commercial software, and have often been asked to recommend free tools to both individuals, e.g. academics and trainers, who wanted to produce their own materials as well as L&D departments with limited budgets.

Tech&Learning Magazine March 31,2014 An independent study, published in theInternational Journal of Evaluation andResearch in Education and sponsored by theSchool Improvement Network, shows a directlink between professional development andgains in student achievement. More » free e-Learning authoring tool-Mozilla Firefox This is not an in depth review. Download and try it for yourself. It is free and does not tax your system. I love authoring software. With this stuff, you can do almost anything. Years ago on my Commodore 64 I had a program called CANDO that could make presentations.

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Common Craft It's just too much. Did you know that there are over 15 billion web pages? To make sense of it all, we need to pluck out the best pages and save them for later. We have choices. Fluency 21 - Unit Planner Our cloud-app Fluency21 Unit Planner was created to help you make the shift to a learning environment where students use higher-level thinking to create products as solutions to relevant real-world problems. Aligned with the 21st Century Fluencies and the processes outlined in our book, Literacy is Not Enough , this tool will allow you to create units that develop the essential skills so that students will not only be prepared for the tests, but also be prepared for life. You're not alone, we designed this cloud-app so that you can collaborate and share with like-minded educators around the world that are also committed to making a difference. Standards are Standards We understand that every teacher, at every level is accountable for ensuring the curriculum standards are met. The very nature of the 21st century learning environment is that it addresses multiple curricular objectives in multiple subject areas.

Curriki WELCOME NEA MEMBERS! Find lesson plans, units, student games, interactive resources and more. Get started with a TOUR or search for materials below. On Forbes.com: What Is The Purpose Of Education? 5 Ed Tech Resources Low-Income Class This past year I worked for a public school in New Orleans. More than 80% of my students received free or reduced lunch and the school in general was under-resourced compared to the average U.S. public school district. Often times low-income classrooms lack resources that include anything from textbooks, to craft supplies, to a lack of technology. Here are five resources I used in my class last year that turned up my learning a notch, and saved me from extra hours of figuring things out for myself: 1.

The 10 Free Tech Tools Your Class Should Be Using Classroom Tools | Feature The 10 Free Tech Tools Your Class Should Be Using By Andy Jeter07/22/13 Even the most tech savvy teachers face challenges when it comes to selecting and implementing the right tools to enhance instruction. One of the biggest: Engaging students in rigorous and relevant learning using tools they’re already accustomed to amidst the ocean of potential distractions provided by the web.

I think that, like any other resource, the teacher's or facilitator´s guideness will determine the value of this space. by mimiderdz May 30

I think Google + has a lot of potential for educatiors, especially the hangouts, but I have just discovered which looks very promising in lots of ways. I've been too busy on Twitter to use Google+ much but Guy Kawasaki wrote a book which I have on my iPad. He LOVES it. by gaillegrand May 29

Je ne pensais pas trouver cet équivalent à WebCT pour l'enseignement secondaire! C'est passablement le même principe, avec des espaces de discussion, des dossiers pour déposer les travaux, etc. by dmoreau Apr 18

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