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eFront Learning: Free and Open Source Authoring Tools for e-Learning As an e-Learning consultant I always was fun of open source software. Why? The answer is simple. Because I could use them as I wish, for whatever I wish, without long-term commitments and with the extra bonus of a community of professionals that use, extend and support them. In this post I am not going to talk about open source learning management systems such as eFront [1] but rather dedicated open source "authoring tools". We support Free eLearning! => If you know a free or open source authoring tool that is not included in the list I will highly appreciate if you write a comment with a link! What2Learn makes it easy for e-Learning developers to create interactive games and quizzes and track learners' attainment. xical.org With Xical you can produce web-based slide shows, tutorials, tests and whatever else you can think of that can make use of integrated rich media, such as audio (speech and music), video, animations or interactive visual diagrams and the likes. ClassTools.net eXe Wink

Elearning examples -- infographics, simulations, and online courses This page links to samples of interactive graphics, simulations, and other materials from many different sources. These are not examples of my work, and inclusion on this page doesn’t mean I endorse them. Maybe they’ll give you ideas for your own projects. More examples: See the elearning examples category on this site. Simpler interactions Storyplanet: Big River Rising These don’t need lots of Flash wizadry. More advanced interactions Blood Typing Game from Nobelprize.org The samples below include more complex navigation or sophisticated animation.Blood typing game. Choose a Different Ending from droptheweapons.org Simulations and branching scenarios For scenario design tips and more examples, see the scenarios category of this site.Connect with Haji Kamal. Vendor demonstrations Clearly Trained. Artistic and political Bear 71. More collections

Didattica e apprendimento Didattica e apprendimento Un luogo di discussione e riflessione epistemologica sugli strumenti, le strategie e le buone pratiche messe in campo dalle scuole che sperimentano percorsi di innovazione per migliorare gli apprendimenti e coniugare conoscenze, competenze e abilità. pagine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Il ‘non formale’ e la legge 107. L’operatività della roadmap Didattica e apprendimento di Micaela Ricciardi | del 28/10/2015 | 1 “Per realizzare una scuola aperta, quale laboratorio permanente di ricerca, sperimentazione e innovazione didattica … la presente legge dà piena attuazione all’autonomia delle istituzioni scolastiche”: così recita il primo capoverso del comma 1: un manifesto in cui non possiamo non riconoscerci. L’educazione non formale a EXPERIMENTA IV di Mario Fierli | del 21/10/2015 | 3 EXPERIMENTA è un’iniziativa del Comitato per lo Sviluppo della Cultura Scientifica e Tecnologica del MIUR. La disgrafia: una difficoltà da conoscere

ThePirateBay.org - Download unlimited torrents on Pirate Bay OnWebinar - OnWebinar.com a free platform for hosting webinars Practice-It!, a web-based Java practice problem tool for computer science students 9.1 Defining and Measuring Intelligence – Introduction to Psychology Learning Objectives Define intelligence and list the different types of intelligences psychologists study.Summarize the characteristics of a scientifically valid intelligence test.Outline the biological and environmental determinants of intelligence. Psychologists have long debated how to best conceptualize and measure intelligence (Sternberg, 2003). These questions include how many types of intelligence there are, the role of nature versus nurture in intelligence, how intelligence is represented in the brain, and the meaning of group differences in intelligence. General (g) Versus Specific (s) Intelligences In the early 1900s, the French psychologist Alfred Binet (1857–1914) and his colleague Henri Simon (1872–1961) began working in Paris to develop a measure that would differentiate students who were expected to be better learners from students who were expected to be slower learners. Other researchers have proposed even more types of intelligences. Figure 9.2 Expertise. Figure 9.3

464 Digital Learning Tools To Sift Through On A Rainy Day The quality and practicality of digital learning tools is a bit subjective. Where one classroom may do very well with the unpackaged and unfiltered content available on YouTube, Scribd, or podcasts, another teacher may want a practice app that picks one grade level of one content area and has students practice. Where one teacher may create a classroom full of self-directed learners working through way through project-based learning units, another may want pre-packaged content like that available through MOOCs and iTunesU. So the following list by Dale Borgeson then–almost maddeningly long at 464 digital learning tools and counting–will make some of you crazy, and some of you smile. With all due respect to subjectivity, that is. 464 Digital Learning Tools To Sift Through On A Rainy Day

What do High School students want from mobile tech? [Infographic] Based on statistics provided by PEW research, Nielsen, the National School Board Association and others, ASCD's infographic explores the connections between today's students, mobile learning and learning methods. The majority of Western schools attempt to ban the use of mobile devices; whereas a smaller number permit students to carry but not use the items. For many, suppressing such items becomes a losing battle -- as students continue to bring them, as well as parents preferring the option of being able to contact their children. According to the research, 63 percent of students attending schools carry their mobile devices despite the rules. However, considering just how many young people now own cell phones, this percentage may be on the conservative side. Schools, in general, consider mobile devices a distraction and a way that more children experience bullying. Young people are becoming 'wired' and proficient with Internet use at an earlier age. Related:

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