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Tero Toivanen

"Reboelje!" - Invisible Learning in the Netherlands | Education Futures - 12 views

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    The purpose of the Invisible Learning Tour is to raise awareness for the need for innovation in education.
Jim Farmer

A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet - 57 views

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    Great technology, resources, links, and tools for educators.
Paul Beaufait

CI5472 Teaching Film, Television, and Media - 28 views

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    "This website is designed to support the book Teachingmedialiteracy.com: A Web-Linked Guide to Resources and Activities" (index page, ¶1, 2010.08.03)
Philippe Scheimann

Wiki:interactive media resources | Social Media CoLab - 28 views

  • Collaborative multimedia presentations enable small groups like teaching teams to work together to: present knowledge in different and (if you do it right) compelling ways engage active participation by the entire class instead of broadcasting to it like a passive audience
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    not just powerpoint ...
Kathleen N

A Portal to Media Literacy - 0 views

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      25:10 There are no natives. Students may know how to use these technologies for entertainment purposes but they do not know how to use them for critically thinking
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      Rarely know how to create something interesting and new.
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      25:18 This is a great point. Students in teachers are in the same boat--no natives here. Although students may know how to navigate these technologies, they rarely know how to use for their own learning, to think critically, and to create meaningfully. Students and teachers become partners in learning. Students help with the navigation the new media--but teachers guide students in meaningful learning to analyze, synthesize, and generalize.
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      Experiment & Play
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    Making sense of new media. This is a fabulous presentation with great ideas for educators to understand their role in this new media landscape.
Ruth Howard

GAME School Opens in New York:Quest to Learn | HASTAC - 0 views

  • In an atmosphere of academic excellence, Quest aims to foster the type of learning that is possible today—learning based on access to online resources and tools from around the globe, learning that supports customized content for every student on demand, learning that is game-like in its ability to inspire and motivate. “In an age when low-income urban kids continue to drop out of school at alarming rates, yet research is consistently showing the high levels of engagement youth are exhibiting in various media platforms, it is incumbent upon educators to take notice and indeed redirect teaching methods to meet the needs and interests of students,” says Schwartz.
  • a robust industry mentorship program allow students opportunities to learn alongside experts, s
  • critical pedagogic tool in secondary education.”
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  • 21st century learning materials and assessment
  • teacher training and digital arts
  • “learn by doing” through coursework focused on helping students make connections between ideas and skills in real world contexts. Enhanced literacy and math instruction occurs daily and all students have opportunities to gain expertise in reading, writing, and designing with digital media, including taking courses in computer programming, media arts, and game design. A fully integrated Wellness curriculum supports students in achieving healthy hearts, minds, and bodies.
  • based on research on how students today learn best
  • daily workshops in numeracy and literacy for struggling students,
  • cues from the media-rich learning kids are engaged in outside of school
  • expect a school that is all about beauty, science, thinking, learning, excitemen
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    A new New York school-curriculum by game designers fully integrating a new learning ecology.
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

Do we really need a social media strategy? | .eduGuru - 0 views

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    Before creating separate social media strategy, look at existing strategies within your university and/or company.
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

Media Education Lab: University-community partnership for media literacy under the dire... - 0 views

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    The mission of the Media Education Lab at Temple University is to improve media literacy education through scholarship and community service. Resources for teaching about the copyright, fair use and education, based on the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education.
Bill Graziadei, Ph.D. (aka Dr. G)

Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project ... - 0 views

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    Study suggests 'hanging out' on Facebook, MySpace, etc. not a waste for teens... http://tinyurl.com/6nq3qn New MacArthur Study: Blog Must Read for Educators http://weblogg-ed.com/2008/new-macarthur-study-must-read-for-educators/
Judy Robison

FactCheckED - 2 views

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    a portion of the Annenberg Public Policy Center's FactCheck.org site devoted to materials for the classroom, focused on media literacy and research skills directed at identifying factual information. Includes lesson plans.
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