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OCW Consortium. MIT OpenCourseWare. Уолтер Левин (англ.Walter Lewin) демонстрирует сохранение энергии во время лекции MIT OpenCourseWare (MIT OCW) — проект Массачусетского технологического института по публикации в свободном доступе материалов всех курсов института.

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Публикуемые материалы включают планы курсов, конспекты лекций, домашние задания, экзаменационные вопросы. Для некоторых курсов доступны видеозаписи лекций.[1] Отмеченная рядом премий[2][3][4] инициатива MIT подала пример, которому последовали другие университеты.[5] История[править | править исходный текст] Предпосылки создания проекта[править | править исходный текст] MIT OCW возник из ряда инициатив, проводимых советом института по образовательным технологиям (MIT Council on Educational Technology).

Развитие проекта[править | править исходный текст] Проект был анонсирован в апреле 2001 года и изначально рассчитывался на 10 лет.[10] В 2002 году запущена пилотная версия сайта проекта, а в 2003 состоялось официальное открытие. Online Learning Tools for a Better Education Experience. Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative. The Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative is an international not-for-profit organisation providing demand-driven assistance to developing countries seeking to harness the potential of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to improve their education systems.

Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative

Background[edit] GeSCI was established in 2003, borne out of the work of the United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force which identified education as an area in critical need of development, and one where ICT has the potential to make positive impacts. The UN ICT Task Force approved a proposal for a UN-affiliated organisation to provide demand-driven assistance to developing countries seeking to harness the potential of ICT to improve the quality of teaching and learning in primary and secondary education. ICT4E in the Knowledge Society[edit] Education is considered one of the cornerstones of social economic development. ICT in Education. Skip to the navigation .

ICT in Education

Skip to the content . ICT in EducationUNESCO Bangkok Follow Us: UNESCO » Bangkok Office » Education » ICT in Education Strengthening education systems In Focus New research on girls’ transition to STEM in higher education 20.03.14 Despite the narrowing gender gap in mathematics and science performance in secondary education, girls may not be choosing related subjects in higher education, or as a career path. » hidearchive News and Events Who are the Tech Age Girls? Main product page for Splashtop Whiteboard. Quick look at Splashtop Whiteboard and how it could be used in a classroom.Education App ReviewsList of top 10 apps for iOS for K-6 learning. iPad, iPod and iPhone learning app reviews for standards based teaching and classroom use.

Main product page for Splashtop Whiteboard

Scholastic Tech Tools Author: Brian Nadel One of the great weaknesses of even second generation iPads in the classroom is the continued lack of support for Flash media and the limitations placed on what you can display with a large-screen monitor or projector. Splashtop Whiteboard app puts an end to these shortcomings by doing tag team class-work between an iPad and a host computer. Splashtop Whiteboard Testimonials “I am a big fan of any new technology and a proponent of technology in the classroom. . - Chris S., 3rd Grade Teacher, MERIT graduate, and Technology Professional Development Team member, CUSD. - Martin L. . - Chris Clausen, Administrator Diablo View Middle School “The use of IPADS in the classroom is new to our school district. “Flash apps on the iPad? How Tech Will Transform the Traditional Classroom.

Ben Jackson is a writer and app developer living in Brooklyn, NY.

How Tech Will Transform the Traditional Classroom

He likes clean typography, dirty language, strong coffee, apple pie and comfortable chairs, and he writes about his obsessions at 90WPM. As the post-PC era moves from interesting theory to cold, hard reality, one of the most pressing questions is: How can we use tablets, and especially the iPad, to help people learn? Most of the focus has been on ebooks replacing textbooks, a trend fueled by Apple’s recent updates to iBooks. Specifically, the company released iBooks Author, a tool for creating immersive ebooks on the desktop. Plus, the new iPad is now the first tablet with a retina screen, making reading and watching multimedia on the device even more enjoyable. But technology is only as good as the system it’s applied to. Not Just a Textbook The iPad (not to mention the iPhone and iPod touch) is a personal, mobile computer capable of performing tasks unthinkable 10 years ago on a high-end desktop.