Five Reasons to Use Wordle in the Classroom by Terry Freedman
YouTube - 21st century schools
Stephen Heppell video prepared for the Department of Children, Schools and Families to engender a debate about 21st century schools, personalisation, etc
75+ Videos for Tech. & Media Literacy
Excellent resource from Alec Courosa!
Need to develop a new pedagogical dna for schooling in todays world in order to break from the past
Excellent short video Created by Marco Torres and Greg Whitby
DK Travel : Create your own travel guide
Don’t let us tell you what to see on your travels, by tailor-making your own travel guide you can include just the things you want to do, see and visit on your trip.
Teachers and students are using technology to make connections with each other across the IB community, and extend their links with the rest of the world, as Laura Bridgestock discovers.
Article in IB World May 2009
Ask students to submit an assignment on their cell phone
ISTE’s NECC09 Blog
Cell phones can be used in powerful ways by students and teachers as assessment tools. Most teachers are familiar and comfortable asking students to submit written work to assess their learning, but are likely much less experienced asking students to submit multimedia files as assignments. This needs to change. As teachers, we need to invite students to regularly “show what they know” not only with written texts, worksheets, and multiple-choice examinations, but also with multimedia software as well as websites which permit students to record their voices and use visual images to communicate messages.
Online screen recorder. Capture screencasts instantly.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
Well, suggest an good screen recorder for E-learning: DemoCreator, AICC/SCORM compliance for LMS.
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