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Don't Miss This Awesome Bloom's Taxonomy WheelI will be virtually presenting next Friday in MORCE.net conference. My presentation will be on Blooms' Digital Taxonomy. This is one of the major topics of Educational Technology and Mobile Learning which I have profusely written on in previous posts. There is also a separate section in this blog devoted solely to articles and resources on everything teachers need to know about Blooms Taxonomy.
Research Designs in EducationBentz and Shapiro (1998) in the chapter five (“The Scholarly Practice – Facing the Loss of Identity through the Onslaught of the Information Age”) suggest scholarly practitioners to accomplish their research project with good groundwork. The researcher’s role involves “using professional practice and knowledge as a resource for the formulation and production of scholarly practice and knowledge as well as for evaluating, testing, applying, extending, or modifying existing knowledge” (p. 66). Because of debates and controversies surrounding the knowledge crisis, researchers must justify their choices. The authors’ pedagogical strategy trains practitioners to actively engage in the critical evaluation of their activities throughout their research project. Professionals and scholars should create outlines of research traditions that are relevant to their projects. Reference:
Google Scholar Search TipsGet the most out of Google Scholar with some helpful tips on searches, email alerts, citation export, and more. Finding recent papers Your search results are normally sorted by relevance, not by date.20 Amazing Sites to Get Best Free Stock PhotosFinding the right photo to use for your website or blog can be challenging considering that almost every image is now copyright protected. Copyright grants the original owner exclusive legal rights to use and distribute their creative work. The good news is that, there’s a growing number of websites that share visually-appealing stock photos that are not only beautiful, but most of them are free to use. Today’s post will focus on the 20 websites that offer the best free stock photos you can find to add to your websites, blogs and social media posts.
Developers and Testers « Scaled Agile FrameworkAll code is tested code.If you can’t keep up with test, then you either have a) too many developers, or b) too many developers who are unwilling to test. Developers & testers make up the majority of an Agile Team. Developers write the code for the User Stories and conduct research, design, and prototyping with Spike or Refactor stories. They work collaboratively and may pair program with another developer or may pair with a tester.The Padagogy Wheel V4.0 … the Next GenerationWe have just learned that the APPitic website has gone offline and will no longer be maintained. This means the majority of the links on Version 4.0 of the Padagogy Wheel no longer work. We have now released The Padagogy Wheel V4.1 ENGLISH Version with 126 Updated Apps now linked back to the Apple iTunes store. Also there are more activities in the Blooms Taxonomy and new teaching on “Getting the best use out of the Padagogy Wheel”. Please download a new version on the same links below
Should I cite the primary sources if I have come across them in a secondary source?When I read through an introduction of an original article by author S(2001), I found it a good source for my literature search. For instance, I came across the following paragraph: “Research has typically addressed modelling and imagery as separate and distinct process. However, several investigators have noted that modeling and imagery are actually quite similar (Druckman & Swets, 1988; Feltz & Landers, 1983; Housner, 1984; Mccullagh & Weiss, 2001; Ryan & Simons, 1983; Vogt, 1995). Both of these processes include the use of cognitive representations.”
Evaluation based on scientific publishing - guía completa (Oulu University)The most common forms of scientific publication are journals, books, compilations and conference proceedings. Different forms of publishing are characteristic of different disciplines. However, all disciplines share the high regard for internationally peer reviewed journal articles. More information about peer reviewing. The majority of scientific publishing is nowadays in English. Most disciplines, however, do have scientific journals that publish in their national languages.A Collection of The Best Web Tools and Apps for Creating Educational ScreencastsAugust 9, 2015 A screencast, also known as video screen capture, is a great way for teachers to create and share instructional videos and explanatory step by step tutorials with students. regardless of the purposes for which you are creating a screencast, the quality of your video screen captures can sometimes impede the communicative intent of your message. Therefore, knowing what tools to use to create educational screencasts is as important as the content of the screencasts themselves. To this end, we have curated for you this collection of some of the best screen casting tools out there. We have divided them into four major categories: Mac apps, web tools, Chromebook apps, iPad apps, and Android apps. Mac Users: For Mac users, check out this short visual guide to learn how to create screencasts using Quick Time Player
- dougscripts.comJune 9 2017 - 7:06 am Kirk and I go deep on playlists in iTunes in this week’s episode of The Next Track podcast. Real deep.
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