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bomomo Documental-Mente2.0: l’esperienza delle Classi 2.0 in Umbria “Perché Documentare? Per riuscire a valutare i processi e non il prodotto finalePer attivare consapevolezza riflessivaPer condividere con gli altri il nostro lavoro” Una scuola che cambia, come l’immagine dinamica di un treno che sfreccia in un non-luogo del nostro percorso. E l’apprendimento, l’insegnamento possono rimanere statici e stanziali? E’ questo il significato profondo dell’azione Classi 2.0 nella Regione Umbria, progetto al quale partecipano un totale di quattordici classi di Scuola Primaria, Secondaria di Primo e Secondo Grado. Non è più, quindi, la classe che si sposta nel laboratorio, spazio indipendente e “speciale” ma lo stesso laboratorio si trasforma in metodo e strategia. L’integrazione nella pratica scolastica di uno strumento tecnologico richiede, però, una modifica organizzativa e gestionale del lavoro in aula che spesso, per il singolo insegnante, non è sempre facile da attuare e gestire in modo efficace perché richiede molto lavoro. Dopo Rimini 2011 …

Jumbled Sentences 3 STEAM Art Lessons 152. Seuss-ish Creatures (literacy, creativity, digital drawing, masking, graphic design) View this post to download the resources needed to have students create a Dr. Seuss inspired creature for their zoo and put it on a book cover. 153. (foreground, middleground, background, overlapping, transparency, relative size, depth, storytelling, movement, animation, sequence, layers) View this post to see how you can use layers in animation to teach SO many concepts. 154. (rotation, optical illusion, complementary colors, relative size to show depth, converging lines, shapes, layered animation) View this post to learn how to do this concept rich lesson.

Foldify Docenti connessi - 2011 Servono buoni docenti che tra le loro molteplici competenze abbiano anche quelle tecnologiche. Non per innovare, ma, semplicemente, per insegnare. Documentare le cl@ssi2.0 in Umbria. Correva l’anno 1960 quando, attraverso il mezzo televisivo, il Maestro Alberto Manzi, “il maestro degli ultimi”, insegnò agli italiani a leggere e a scrivere. Ma come sono le aule di oggi tecnologicamente avanzate? Non è più, quindi, la classe che si sposta nel laboratorio, spazio indipendente e “speciale” ma lo stesso laboratorio si trasforma in metodo e strategia. Può accadere, infatti, che un insegnante conosca perfettamente la strumentazione della lavagna interattiva, ma si trovi in difficoltà nel momento in cui debba inserire tale artefatto nella sua programmazione didattica. È spesso il software, legato a una particolare lavagna, a condizionare il docente e la sua lezione, che risulta così subordinata agli strumenti del mezzo tecnologico. Ma perché documentare in Rete?

Creating an iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, and Mac App Store account without a credit card Languages The iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, and Mac App Store share the same Apple ID account. To create a new Apple ID for use on iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, and Mac App Store without a credit card, follow the steps below. If you already have an Apple ID: When you use Apple services, such as the Apple Online Store or registering your product online, you create an Apple ID. It is recommended to use only one Apple ID. If you have registered your product or used any Apple services, you should follow this article to use an existing Apple ID with the iTunes Store or Mac App Store. If you have not created an Apple ID yet, this article will assist you in doing so on your computer in iTunes or on an iOS device. Click iTunes Store (on the left side of the iTunes window), and pick your country by clicking the appropriate country flag located in the bottom-right corner of the main iTunes Store page. Open the App Store on your device. Last Modified: Sep 7, 2013 One Moment Please

Apps & Lessons National Gallery of Australia Australian Council of Art and Design University Schools Association of Independent Schools NSW International Society Technology in Education (ISTE), USA iPadpalooza, USA 21st Century Learning International National Arts Education Association (NAEA), USA TAFE Queensland The Kellett School, Hong Kong Queensland Art Teachers Association Queensland University of Technology Apple Consultants Network Lutheran Education Australia Brisbane Catholic Education State Library Queensland EduTECH Teacher Training Australia Lady Gowrie Childhood Education Queensland Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane Griffith University

45 Websites For Students To Create Original Artwork Online More and more websites are coming online to give students the ability to unleash their creativity in new and innovative ways. From abstract art to pointillism, students now can click and draw their way into original works of art, and today’s freebie gives you a great list of places to begin. The sites are labeled by grade level to help guide you to those that best suit your students. In addition, I’ve added ratings to give teachers and students an idea of how much interactivity is available at each site. Some allow students to create from beginning to end, while others simply generate the final product with minimal effort. I will warn you that some of these sites will drag you in to create for long periods of time. 3D Snowflake Creator (Grades 2-12) A basic kaleidoscope tool that generates an animated snowflake. Art Kids Rule! art Pad (Grades 3-12) This virtual canvas allows the artist to change brushes and even frame the painting Dreezle: Paint, Draw and Stamp Online!

Cardboard Box Tools The child in the photo above just received the most amazing toy! It might have been a giant stuffed giraffe, or a truck, or a new game. However, the cardboard box is even more exciting. We can learn a lot from children's infatuation with cardboard boxes. Beyond cardboard boxes, think about the timeless toys that exist today -- Legos, Lincoln Logs, crayons -- and what they have in common: each provides open-ended possibilities for creation. Finding the Right "Box" I once spent six weeks working on a Sketchup project with my seventh graders. I don't remember the learning objective, or what the students gained from the project, and after spending hours teaching myself the nuances of the program, I never touched it again. As teachers, we have a limited amount of time to address student needs, to ensure that they gain critical skills, and to achieve specific curriculum objectives. Building an Empty Toolkit Explain Everything (iOS and Android) ThingLink (iOS and Web) Padlet (any device)

Adobe Reader Educators | Smithsonian X 3D Welcome educators to SIx3D! We are excited about the possibilities of using 3D objects—and the data sets that make them possible—for K-12 learning and believe that they offer an excellent opportunity to excite and engage students in a valuable, interdisciplinary education experience. The SIx3D viewer offers students the ability to explore some of the Smithsonian’s most treasured objects with a level of control that has never been possible until now. We hope this revolutionary level of access to the Smithsonian collections will spark your students’ curiosity and that the exploration of these objects will enable them to build lifelong observation and critical thinking skills. With few exceptions, SIx3D also offers access to these data sets. To help you introduce 3D and its possibilities to your students, Smithsonian educators are working on new resources for K-12 classrooms. The Mind behind the Mask: 3D Technology and the Portrayal of Abraham Lincoln

Pop Art Poster: Become a pop icon! First time here? Welcome! We have a lot of fun stuff to play with like ourMotivational Poster maker, Magazine Cover maker, Pop Art poster, and much more! Play as much as you like—everything is free. Create a 9, 4, or 1-panel lo-fi, false-color version of one of your photos in the style of Andy Warhol's famous paintings of Marilyn Monroe. 6 small changes in Android L that make a big difference Most of the posts floating around the web about Android L release have focused on revamped notifications, the new recent menu changes, the death of Dalvik, the new material design, Android for Work and other hard hitters that were showcased during the Google I/O 2014 keynote. After playing around with Android L on my Nexus 5, I’ve discovered that the rabbit hole is much deeper than this! There’s plenty of very small, subtle changes in Android L Developer Preview that might not be big on their own, but they are still very welcome and in the long run could make a pretty big difference when it comes to improving our mobile experience. While many of these changes can be achieved already through 3rd party apps or are found in OEM skins, it’s still a nice change for stock Android. Android predicts how long it’ll take to charge your battery After plugging in your phone, Android will start calculating in the background how long it will take for your phone to reach full charge. Do Not Disturb