CS Principles for High School - Course Registration for the 2015 CSP4HS course is open. Please see Registration link above or "Register Please" button below. Please scroll to the bottom of this page to access the course lessons. You must be registered and logged in to access course content. CSP4HS provides six-weeks of free online instruction to educators who are interested in learning more about CS Principles (CS Principles), which is a new Advanced Placement course being developed by the College Board. The course will begin during the week of June 1, 2015, and end during the week of July 24 (there will be two weeks off between June 19th –July 5th). Participatedb.com ->tools You are currently not logged in. | Login | Sign Up ParticipateDB Home | Tools | Projects | References | About | FAQ | Contact | Blog Tools This section provides a growing list of tools and services that have been used for web-based participation in the past (also referred to as e-consultations, e-participation or online public engagement).
INFOGRAPHIC: Digital skills in Europe – EurActiv.com SPECIAL REPORT / Most jobs today require some digital and ICT skills. Jobseekers will have a harder time finding work without them. The European Commission tracks several indicators to measure the level of ICT skills in the population, such as: Basic digital skillsInternet users with advanced digital skillsIndividuals who have obtained ICT skills through formal educational institutionsPeople who have created a web pagePeople having written a computer programme Basic digital skills
The Difference Between Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing - Crowdfunding HacksCrowdfunding Hacks This is the first post in our 30 Day Ask Clay Crowdfunding Q&A. I’ll be answering a new question every day in June. Submit your question by going to CrowdfundingHacks.com/AskClay, where you can see all of the questions and all of my answers.
17 Fun Games to Play in Spanish Class! 1. ARROZ CON PAN: Game of elimination played in a circle where the students chant “Arroz con pan (3x) y sal” then a number is called out and counted around the circle. 2. CIERTO - FALSO: A person (often the teacher) stands between the stands of the trees and calls out phrases related to the class's latest vocabulary. If the statement is true about the student, they must try to run to the other side without being tagged.
Computer Science Principles What is CS Principles? In fall 2016, the College Board launched its newest AP® course, AP Computer Science Principles. The course introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world. PICOLA Features PICOLA Deliberative Poll(R) One objective of our software development is to create the next-generation of Computer Mediated Communication tools for online structured dialogue and deliberation. An audio/video synchronous environment is complemented with a multimedia asynchronous environment (containing, for example, threaded, audio-based Bboards).
Digital skills teaching in schools needs radical rethink, says report The teaching of digital skills in schools should be regarded as equally important as lessons in numeracy and literacy, according to a report published on Tuesday. The study by the House of Lords digital skills committee calls for a radical rethink of education and says digital literacy should be treated as a third core subject. It also says the internet should be regarded as a utility on a par with water or electricity, in order to ensure unimpeded access for all. The report says urgent action is required to support teachers who are currently not equipped to deliver the new computing curriculum, and insists no child should leave school without basic digital literacy. An estimated 9.5 million people currently lack a minimum level of digital skills and the report warns the UK risks becoming “a branch economy, much less prosperous and influential” if it doesn’t pursue a digital agenda.
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How To Use Blogs In the Classroom - eLearning Industry With the inception of Common Core standards and The No Child Left Behind Act, all educators require teaching literacy across the curriculum. Getting kids to write, especially the weaker writers, can be a challenge in itself but getting kids to write about math can be even more challenging – unless you use blogging as your literacy tactic. Blog writing is informal, unlike academic writing, which may be intimidating to some, if not all, of your students. Blog writing takes the pressure off of writing and gives your students a voice in a safe environment, even if you or your students stepping out of your comfort zone. What is a Blog? Blown to Bits: Your Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness after the Digital Explosion The full text of the book (third printing, corrected) is available for download under a Creative Commons license (see the bottom of this page). To get the book as a single PDF file (22MB), exactly as it appears in print, click here. For each chapter, we include below links to a brief excerpt and to a PDF of the chapter. Preface
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 20 Digital Skills Every 21st Century Teacher should Have By EdTech Team Updated on march 2, 2015 : The original list that was created in 2011 comprised 33 skills , after reviewing it we decided to do some merging and finally ended up with the 20 skills below. The 21st century teacher should be able to : 1- Create and edit digital audio Here are some tools for teachers to develop this skill :Free Audio Tools for Teachers 2- Use Social bookmarking to share resources with and between learners Here are some tools for teachers to develop this skill : A List of Best Bookmarking Websites for Teachers
Free QR Code Generator - Online QR Code Maker What’s a QR code? A QR code is like a barcode. It holds information that can be read by a QR code scanner, most often a smartphone app. Generally, scanning the barcode will send a user to a specific URL selected by the maker of the QR code. They can also be used to track inventory, product IDs, and documents. How much does it cost to use your QR code maker?