LearningWheel is a model of digital pedagogy designed to enhance learning and develop digital literacy skills. It has several unique layers:
Visual pedagogically informed tool
Created by practitioners for practitioner
Categorised in to four pedagogic ‘modes of engagement’
Can be ‘Resource’ specific
Can be ‘Contextualised’ to a subject area
Can be ‘level’ specific
Promote free and accessible digital resources
Scalability: flexible and adaptable
In this guide, we focus on elements of learning and assessment design that research tells us are significant in both the higher and further education and skills sectors.
Drawing on interviews with staff in colleges and universities, and a decade of research into technology-enhanced curriculum design, we explore how digital tools can make a difference to the art of learning design.
The course aims to equip you with relevant information and tools to enable you to take part in the World’s Largest Lesson, to teach people about the SDGs and to enthuse you to create and share your own learning resources in order to do so.
12 Great Digital Storytelling Apps for Young Learners
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Below are some good iPad apps you can use with young learners to create and share digital stories. Digital story telling is an effective way to enhance students writing, reading and speaking skills. Students will also get to experiment with different modes of making making (e.g., visual, auditory, and textual). The titles we selected for you today are among the best apps out there. They are simple and easy to use and students will definitely enjoy using them. Check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to add to the list. Links to the apps are under the visual.
With more than 7 billion videos on YouTube, it can be challenging to curate what's best for your classroom. But amid all of the frivolous, silly, or even obnoxious content, there are gems to be found. On top of this, some truly unique genres and types of videos have sprung from the platform. One of these -- the video essay -- can be a great tool for media-literacy education. Here's why: Video essays model for students how YouTube can be a platform for critical communication.
Another successful Flat Connections global projct concludes - and here is a newsleter article from the school in Florida. This project had a significant impact on the Grade 4 students and the wider community.