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Marijo Emond

Schools are doing Education 1.0; talking about doing Education 2.0; when they should be... - 0 views

    Définitions et comparaison du 1.0, 2.0 et 3.0.
Marijo Emond

New World University. Let's invent the future. - 0 views

    - Idea Board: Share your dreams about education - Think Tank: Leaders of education share their vision - Make Space: Collaborate to design New World University - Hack Island: Let's deconstruct today's education
Jean Filion

RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms - YouTube - 0 views

    Changing Education Paradigms
Marijo Emond

Barriers to Creativity in Education: Educators and Parents Grade the System (PDF_ - 0 views

    Lien vers le document PDF
Marijo Emond

les Incollables : Ta vie privée, c'est secret ! PlayBac - Les incollables - 0 views

    "La CNIL relance en 2014 son test ludique en ligne créé en 2012 avec les Incollables : Ta vie privée, c'est secret ! Ce jeu éducatif éventuellement chronométré propose une série de questions à choix multiple destiné prioritairement aux 10-12 ans. "
Marijo Emond

Launch of the Microsoft Certified Educator - Microsoft in Education blog - Site Home - ... - 0 views

    Cours et examen pour être certifié Éducateur Microsoft (en anglais)
Marijo Emond

20 Ways To Make Professional Development More Effective | Edudemic - 0 views

  • there is no room for negativity
  • Start with a focus on the positive
  • 1-2 teachers share a strategy that has made a difference
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  • blog to read and then share/debate with a partner some of the topics.
  • Identify an outcome/objective for the meeting
  • Have each educator research and share 1 neuroscience fact
  • Devote 10-15 minutes at meetings for everyone to read a few educational articles on Twitter and then share them with others
  • ”Flip” your meetings
  • video 3 short segments of their instruction and then analyze their lessons
  • Research
  • complete a 3-2-1 (3 facts learned, 2 comments/connections, 1 question)
  • book study around-one chapter for each month.
  • Have departments or grade levels take charge of a meeting
  • Determine an instructional focus
  • Share student work
  • Have students share Project Based Learning (PBLs) examples
  • Watch and discuss a TED talk
  • sharing and practicing a few of the effective tech tools
  • favorite educational joke/story to share
  • Volunteers share 1-2 things they appreciate about someone else on staff
    20 conseils pour aider au développement professionnel
Marijo Emond

Gesturing to Learn | District Administration Magazine - 0 views

  • For special education students, playing virtual guitars helps with fine-motor skills. Autistic students, tasked with navigating a virtual raft down a virtual river with their classmates, practice cooperation, social skills and overcoming obstacles.
  • helps English language learners who struggle with reading
  • teachers reporting that students are more interested in lessons and that their comprehension has improved
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  • “When they started using these technologies, they started telling in detail to their parents the activities that they accomplished in school,”
  • autism spectrum, who struggle with social skills. The students create avatars, digital versions of themselves, and then articulate a story about one of their social challenges—and their plans for coping with it in the future.
  • In one of the videos, 10-year-old Trevar Grisham, a high-functioning student on the autism spectrum, discusses his tendency to lose focus in class. “I am responsible for hearing the directions and paying attention and doing my work,” Trevar said while making a video last year as a fourth-grader. “To be sure this happens, I will do a better job of concentrating when the teacher is teaching.”
  • “This is a great way to get the child to really pay attention and to get that social-skills training. It’s just been phenomenal.
  • At Weller Elementary, where Popa works, teachers incorporate the technology into lessons in math, reading, social studies, science, music and physical education. For example, as students simulate playing darts, they count their tosses and hits, then calculate fractions, percentages and decimals. In physical education, students barely realize they’re exercising as they mimic digital dancers.
    Exemples d'utilisation de la kinect en classe
Jean Filion

Un MOOC (un quoi?!?) sur les réseaux sociaux en éducation débutera le 11 mars... - 0 views

Catherine Houle

Recherches en Education - N°18 - Janvier 2014 - 1 views

    "Des élèves et des savoirs à l'ère numérique : regards croisés"
Marijo Emond

6 Good Educational Web Tools to Teach Writing Through Comics ~ Educational Technology a... - 0 views

    À explorer... Outils pour faire des BD.
Marijo Emond

Signing off: Finnish schools phase out handwriting classes | World news | The Guardian - 0 views

  • Finland is one of the first countries to stop making cursive handwriting classes compulsory
  • “We used to do joined-up writing so that we could write faster, but these days kids only start learning it in grade two [aged eight] and have a year to get it right before moving on to concentrating on what they write, rather than simply how they write it,” said Minna Harmanen of Finland’s National Board of Education.
  • Joined-up writing has also become more difficult since Finns introduced new ways of writing their letters in 1986
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  • some neuroscientists stress the importance of cursive handwriting for improving brain development, motor skills, self-control and even dyslexia.
    "We used to do joined-up writing so that we could write faster, but these days kids only start learning it in grade two [aged eight] and have a year to get it right before moving on to concentrating on what they write, rather than simply how they write it," said Minna Harmanen of Finland's National Board of Education. "They don't have time to become fast at cursive writing, so it's not useful for them."
Marijo Emond

The future of education technology | Envisioning Technology - 1 views

    Grand schéma sur les technologies et l'éducation
Nathalie Frigon

21st Century Education - 0 views

    Présentation sur l'école du 2ième siècle
Marijo Emond

Logiciel de gestion de la salle de classe SMART Sync - SMART Technologies - 0 views

    Présentation de Smart Sync Caractéristiques Vidéo Spécifications
Marijo Emond

SMART Response Système interactif de réponse pour les élèves en classe - SMAR... - 0 views

    informations sur ce produit
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