Plates-formes de curationCollaborative comparison engine Register Sign in Sign in Sign outMeTA: ModErn Text Analysis : Setup GuideOutline Mac OS X Build Guide Mac OS X 10.6 or higher is required. You may have success with 10.5, but this is not tested. You will need to have homebrew installed, as well as the Command Line Tools for Xcode (homebrew requires these as well, and it will prompt for them during install, or you can install them with xcode-select --install on recent versions of OS X). Once you have homebrew installed, run the following commands to get the dependencies for MeTA:
Technological, Pedagogical and Content KnowledgePublished on May 28th, 2013 | by Mark Anderson Technology, Pedagogy, & Content Knowledge model Technological, Pedagogical and Content KnowledgeThe 4 biggest mistakes that teachers make when integrating technologyIn classrooms all around the globe, educators are introducing new and exciting technological tools to engage their students in learning. Many educators are successful when integrating these technologies, but unfortunately many are not for a variety of reasons. Photo credit: Emerging Edtech In my opinion, and from my experience in classrooms around the world, these are the biggest mistakes that educators make when integrating technology into the classroom: Technology before pedagogy
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