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Using Diigo in the Classroom - Student Learning with Diigo

Using Diigo in the Classroom - Student Learning with Diigo
Diigo is a powerful information capturing, storing, recalling and sharing tool. Here are just a few of the possibilities with Diigo: Save important websites and access them on any computer.Categorize websites by titles, notes, keyword tags, lists and groups.Search through bookmarks to quickly find desired information.Save a screenshot of a website and see how it has changed over time.Annotate websites with highlighting or virtual "sticky notes." To learn more about how Diigo can be used as as information management tool, visit these pages: Diigo has clear advantages to the individual that needs to store and recall important information. Below are just a few options for using Diigo in the classroom. Personal Student Bookmarks One common problem of student computer use in schools is access to student work from home. Using Diigo, students can bookmark important websites and access them from school, home, the library or any internet-connected computer. Bookmark Lists Extended Learning Research Related:  App 2.0

Over de didaktiek van social media in de dagelijkse lespraktijk (#in #boektweepuntnul)) Vandaag is BoekTweePuntNul uitgekomen. Een boek waarin lezers kort,maar helder geïnformeerd worden over 125 social media + web 2.0 applicaties en webtools. Ten behoeve van de onderwijsuitgave heb ik onderstaande inleiding geschreven. De naam "sociale media" wordt gebruikt als verzamelnaam voor internetapplicaties die een aantal kenmerken met elkaar gemeen hebben: Ze zijn laagdrempelig in gebruik. Voor het onderwijs hebben sociale media een duidelijke toegevoegde waarde. Door verschillende sociale media te gebruiken, kunnen onderwijsgevenden en leerlingen ook een persoonlijke leeromgeving samen stellen. Verder bevordert het werken met sociale media competenties die in de huidige samenleving van groot belang zijn (de zogenaamde 21st Century Skills, ). Vanuit het oogpunt van 'digitale didactiek' ( ) is de kracht van sociale media met name: Wilfred Rubens

L’uso dell’hashtag nel microblogging per migliorare l’apprendimento 26 maggio 2011| Malinka Ivanova, Technical University – Sofia, College of Energetics and Electronics Abstact. L'uso dell’hashtag nei messaggi di Twitter sta crescendo tra la comunità educativa per vari motivi. Esplorare e capire come l’hashtag possa facilitare l’organizzazione dell'apprendimento e dell’auto-apprendimento è l'obiettivo principale di questo contributo. Vengono esaminati diversi strumenti disponibili online per la gestione dell’hashtag: la loro analisi ed utilizzazione può supportare l’assemblaggio di conoscenze e la costruzione di una rete di apprendimento. Parole chiave: hashtag, apprendimento, social network, strumenti di gestione dell’hashtag. Summary. Keywords: microblogging hashtag, learning, social network, hashtag management tools. Come Chris Messina, Stowe Boyd (1) ha proposto diversi protocolli (convenzioni), per rendere comprensibile in tempo reale il flusso di dati. Potenzialità di apprendimento messe in atto dall’uso dell’hashtag 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

How to Use Twitter: 22 steps (with pictures) Featured Article Teachers' Guide to The Use of SoundCloud in Class July 19, 2014 SoundCloud is a wonderful audio recording and sharing platform with huge potential for us in education. The distinctive set of features SoundCloud provides to its users have made it one of the most popular audio websites out there. As such, I deemed it important to create a guide that can help teachers tap into the educational potential of this tool. How to record and upload an audio clip to SoundCloudHow to add comments to audio tracksHow to create a SoundCloud group for your class where you can share audio files with studentsReasons why you should consider using SoundCloud in your instructionDifferent ways to use SoundCloud in your class Why SoundCloud ? To start recording your clip, click the "Upload" button in the top, right hand corner of your Stream . Press the "REC" button to begin recording sounds directly from your computer. When you're happy with your recording, click "Upload your recording". Provide a name for your group together with a few words describing it.

Free Education Edition Upgrade How It Works Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers by engaging their classrooms with a series of educational exercises and games. Our apps are super simple and take seconds to login. Socrative runs on tablets, smartphones, and laptops. Teachers login through their device and select an activity which controls the flow of questions and games. Student responses are visually represented for multiple choice, true/false and Short Answer questions.

Microblogging di tutto il mondo, unitevi Catepol 3.0 Catepol 3.0 - Il blog di Caterina Policaro. Web 2.0, e-learning, scuola, formazione, tecnologie, twitter, facebook, blogosfera, varie ed eventuali. Microblogging di tutto il mondo, unitevi 07/07/2008 5 commenti Scritto da catepol - Caterina Policaro Un po’ di link dal mondo dei microblogging. La lista dei servizi per il micro-blogging selezionati da : Generalitwitter.comjaiku.compownce.combeemood.com twoorl.comyonkly.comkwippy.commicroblogr.combrightkite.complurk.comsecondbrain.com Cinesi fanfou.comzuosa.comkomoo.cn Brasilianigozub.comtelog.com.br Indianisnockles.com Singaporetiish.com Italianimeemi.com Spagnolikhaces.com Turchinolyo.com Francesi noumba.netpoodz.comtapioka.ca Koreaniplaytalk.net Giapponesi feecle.jp Tedeschiniimo.com Polacchiblip.pl Olandesinumpa.nl Portoghesigozub.com Russismspr.ru Arabiwatwet.com Rumenicirip.ro Messicanimexicodiario.com Specialtumblr.comhictu.combabl.nlfloort.comhelp.com justtell.ustalkaboutadate.comadocu.com ping.fm

ICT and the Australian Curriculum | Australian Council for Computers in Education Read more about ICT and the Australian Curriculum and contribute to the discussion! Download the position paper The Australian Curriculum as presented by ACARA, acknowledges the importance of ICT as both a general capability (GC) and as a learning area in partnership with Design and Technology (the ‘Technologies’). Currently there is no published curriculum documentation for ICT Competence as a GC. Rather its place in the Australian Curriculum is recognised within each of the four published learning areas through embedding in content descriptions and/or achievement standards. As a learning area, work is just beginning on determining ICT’s ‘conceptual’ home and its content. This paper discusses four key concerns about this current situation and proposes and justifies a solution whereby ICT would be a learning area in its own right, either within the framework of the Technologies or as a new learning area. Concerns with current position There are concerns relating to:

PollEverywhere and 5 Classroom Uses PollEverywhere is a web 2.0 tool that utilizes SMS text messaging to collect and track responses. It is a wonderful way to incorporate cell phones in the classroom for learning, rather than battling against them! Students can use any device that is text capable to respond to PollEverywhere. Polls can be multiple choice, or open answer. The poll is available for download as a PowerPoint slide show with complete instructions for students on how to text their responsesThe poll can be delivered fully online (hosted by PollEverywhere)The poll can be tweeted directly to a Twitter stream where audiences can respond by tweeting Here is a great walkthrough video on PollEverywhere titled “An Educator’s Introduction to PollEverywhere,” created by November Learning: The reason I love PollEverywhere is because it allows me to have students interact in the classroom in a way that they are comfortable: text messaging. Here are a few ways to use PollEverywhere in your classroom: Like this: Like Loading...

Mediawijsheid – leerkrachten Deze pagina is een (steeds veranderend) lijstje van bronnen en lesmaterialen rond mediawijsheid en onderwijs. Handboek mediawijsheid Een handboek gemaakt door Stichting Mijn Kind Online. Het geeft een goede kijk hoe we mediawijsheid kunnen benaderen en aanpakken op school. Meer info op de website van Mijn Kind Online en een rechtstreekse weblink naar het Handboek Mediawijsheid . Lesmaterialen Op zoek naar mezelf in de 21ste eeuw Een project over digitale identiteit en privacy voor jongeren van het secundair onderwijs. 3 volledig uitgewerkte activiteiten geven je de kans als leerkracht om het gesprek met je leerlingen over sociale media gefundeerd aan te gaan. meer info op www.opzoeknaarmezelf.be Tips rond privacy www.clicksafe.be Initiatief van childfocus om aan voorlichting te doen rond internetgebruik bij kinderen. www.ikbeslis.be Een website van de Belgische Privacycommissie voor kinderen, jongeren, ouders, leerkracht over wat kan en wat niet kan! Mediaopvoeding Facebook for educators medialessen

How To Use Wiki In The Classroom More and more classrooms are now learning, creating, reading, and testing online. In order to keep up with our technologically demanding lifestyles, the traditional classroom is making way for such innovative tools as wiki. Not only is this an inexpensive way to manage your classroom, it’s also a fun way to engage students in content across the curriculum. What is Wiki? Wiki is an online application that allows users to contribute to or edit its content. The founder of wiki, Ward Cunningham, described his creation as “the simplest online database that could possibly work”. Yet what makes wiki so unique (in most cases anyone can add or change content on a wiki website) has also given it a bad reputation among most educators. Why Teachers Should Use Wiki in the Classroom? Incorporating wiki into the classroom provides a very different kind of online experience for your students. The Top 3 Wiki Sites For Teachers Now that you've chosen a wiki publish platform, what's next?

iPad apps – favourites so far | Here They Are! I’ve installed and used all the apps below as part of an appraisal of what might be good apps for teachers and students. Just presenting them here as a grab bag, ranging between good and great. I’ve left out other apps that I’ve found to be useless. Also tested by 5 and 8 year olds…. You can get by without them, but it’s better if you have them: Keynote, Pages and NumbersBooks for younger kids:Little Red Hen – from Stepworks companyBeatrix Potter – looks exactly like the old bookLula’s BrewWheels on the BusThe Dr Suess books are excellent.Hairy McClary Books for mid to upper primary:Alice in Wonderland – there are a few out there – the one I chose cost about $11 and is full colour with some animation. Games for infants:Pet playpenClicky StickyABC mazeDrawing pad – older kids tooCupcakes! Strategy:The land of UM Maths:Live Mathletics (if you like Mathletics that is) Haven’t really seen any maths apps that grab me yet Great timewasters……. Like this: Like Loading...

Using Toontastic in the Classroom - Integrating Technology for Teachers The app Toontastic allows students to create an animation in which they move characters and provide the audio to narrate / explain their animation. The results is an animated cartoon in which their characters speak, and the combination of moving characters and audio recordings often results in a well crafted product. This app is a favourite among many students as it allows students to express their toontastic website, called toontube, dedicated online repository for publishing student creations. understanding or emotions with verbal rather than written language and allows students to creatively show what they know in a variety of ways. Allowing the students to explore Toontastic often proves useful in getting the students to understand how it works. Tips for using the app Be sure the students record their voices in a relatively quiet place as the iPad picks up background noise.Students should rehearse their lines as it is a bit tedious to review and redo each scene. Comments are closed.

Hoofdstuk 3: Kenmerken van web 2.0 - Het boek Ambtenaar 2.0 Wat is web 2.0? Dat lijkt simpel te beantwoorden (namelijk: de tweede versie van het world wide web ), maar dat is het niet. Om twee redenen: het is een verzamelnaam voor een veelheid aan ontwikkelingen en het is een van oorsprong technische vernieuwing die echter sociale en maatschappelijke gevolgen heeft. 1. Zelf zou ik daar nog een paar andere Engelse termen aan toe willen voegen: 3. We hebben in het vorige hoofdstuk een aantal voorbeelden voorbij zien komen van de gevolgen en mogelijkheden van internet en web 2.0. “Web 2.0 is a term describing changing trends in the use of World Wide Web technology and web design that aim to enhance creativity, information sharing, and collaboration among users.” Die definitie legt erg de nadruk op de technologische achtergrond van web 2.0 en wat die technieken mogelijk hebben gemaakt. Definities Uiteindelijk zijn er drie woorden die mij het meeste opvallen in deze en andere definities en beschrijvingen. 1. Transparant zijn 2. Een internet van mensen

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