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Dropmark® — Organize, collaborate, and share Used by productive people and teams at: Drag & Drop Drag and drop files right from your desktop or web browser. Your files will be automatically uploaded to the cloud. Watch the video… Collaborate with your team Increase Your Team's Motivation Five-Fold - Scott Keller by Scott Keller | 11:09 AM April 26, 2012 In a famous experiment, researchers ran a lottery with a twist. Half the participants were randomly assigned a lottery number. CoolToolsfor21stCenturyLearners - Cool Tools Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach. Get it on the web or iPad!
New to E-Learning? Here are Some Simple Steps to Help You Get Started To a novice even simple things seem complex. And when things appear complex, we can become frustrated or feel like we don’t have the skills to accomplish what it is we want to do. I recall years ago when I was learning video production. I felt like my skills were inadequate (which they were). Let’s Call It What It Is: Pervasive Communication I don’t want to talk about social media. I don’t want to talk about social business. I don’t want to talk about social enterprise. At least not in the context which many people seem to be using it these days. Businesses are not social.
Keeping Students Engaged Back to the Basics We all remember creating extensive lesson plans as student teachers. We had to link lessons to standards, detail step-by-step procedures, and add a reflection and follow-up piece; it seemed like it would never end. In addition, it was harder to write these lesson plans knowing that they weren't for use in the real world. However, all of that practice helps you to internalize the steps you need to follow when designing classroom lessons. The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies (#digilit) Soon after Grace, my daughter, was born earlier this year I was invited to Australia to keynote the Association of Independent Schools, New South Wales ICT Managers’ Conference . At the time, Grace was having some problems with lactose intolerance and so I couldn’t commit to being the other side of the world. The organisers still wanted me to present and so I produced the above ‘TELL Talk’ on along with giving a 50-minute workshop on the same subject. It felt a bit strange getting dressed to present at 2am in the morning to co-ordinate with their schedule but the technology worked well and the session seemed to be well-received. watch the Zipcast of my presentation here Two presentations (#TELIC1 & #iDragon) [VIDEO]
Developing a Collaborative Approach to Improving Project Management Practices, Part 1 - Managing Technology By Dennis D. McDonald For a .pdf version of this article click or tap the above image.In Agile grows up and new challenges emerge author Rick Freedman points out what project managers, sooner or later, learn from the School of Hard Knocks: changing and improving project management practices to improve the likelihood of project success involves not just improved management methods but also cultural changes within the sponsoring organization. Doing project work more/better/faster doesn’t help if the organization still imposes traditional top-down management approaches that involve tossing requirements and reporting practices “over the wall” to the project team in a low-engagement fashion.
100 Web 2.0 Tools Every Teacher Should Know About 5 Ways To Be A Better Public Speaker 6.89K Views 0 Likes If you've been asked to speak at a conference or host a seminar, you may be shaking in your boots. Not only is the thought of speaking in public nerve-wracking, but being in charge of a seminar that no one wants to at...
From Classroom to Online, Think “Transform” not “Transfer” by Jane Bozarth “Find out which aspects of the classroom program are most successful ... and which aspects fail. Talk with learners and the classroom instructors, and review any evaluation or follow-up data they are able to provide.” Converting an existing classroom course to an online format can be a tricky, time-consuming undertaking. The easy way out — simply moving the content and lecture portions to an electronic means of delivery — is what leads to e“Learning” at its worst: slide after slide of bulleted information and loss of engaging activities and the contributions of individual instructors. What’s a better way to go? Look for ways to capture the richness that a good instructor brings to the classroom, such as responsiveness, a sense of humor, interesting stories and examples, and immediate feedback.