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LUCIAN DUMA

My favorite Top 10 #startup #ipad apps to #mlearning trending at #sxsw - 0 views

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    Many interesting startups at  South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences & Festivals (March 8-17, 2013)
tsmd1961

Content Curation by Lucian Duma | ZEEF - 0 views

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    Dear teachers, researchers and social media curators if you like my online research with more than 100 edtools, ipad and windows phone apps to mLearning please share: tweet, Like, G+ my #startup #curation page http://goo.gl/5U7EtN If I achieve more than 200 shares I will add other 100 killer #ipad apps to #mLearning on the page and if you know a killer app please suggest it on the page topic and if you like my page leave a comment or mail me .þff
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    The Internet Curator's role is to seek on the web information related to a specic domain,fillter them, select them,organise,share,present them in a unique mode.Curation-Art of:searching,selecting, sharing/bookmarking ,organizing online informations.Discover more than 300 ipad apps in my Startup Portfolio https://ipad-apps.zeef.com/lucian.duma A very large and organized collection of Ed Tech resources
Maggie Verster

The Innovative Educator: 5 Steps to Harnessing the Power of Cells in Education Today - 28 views

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    Even teachers like this can begin harnessing the power of cell phones to enrich teaching and learning starting now...even if they're banned, even if your students don't all have them, and even if you haven't done anything in advance to prepare introducing them into your class. You can begin today by following these five steps which you can implement in your own classroom as well as share with administrators and other teachers so they can begin doing the same.
Jonathan Wylie

Mobile Learning Technologies for 21st Century Classrooms - 0 views

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    The mobile revolution is here. More and more schools are moving toward mobile learning in the classroom as a way to take advantage of a new wave of electronic devices that offer portability and ease of use on a budget.
Ruth Howard

DJEEO in 5 minutes - 0 views

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    We call DJEEO an outdoors computer game for children. DJEEO combines advanced IT technology with outdoors activities in a multimedia treasure hunt/orientation run. DJEEO is designed to: Facilitate learning through physical activity and play. Strengthen cooperation and communication. Increase intensity and activity for all participants. How do you win? To win a mission a team needs to score the most points. A team scores points by solving problems and finding posts in the field. The game can only be completed through close cooperation between the agents in the field and the control center. DJEEO in Education The problems that need to be solved can be tailored to the subject being taught in class. In other words DJEEO can be used as an educational tool in almost any subject at primary school. After a session where 20 teachers participated we asked them which subjects they thought DJEEO could be used in. Their answer: “Mathematics, social studies, geography, language, physical education, etc. We then discussed DJEEO’s usefulness as an educational tool. All agreed that the ability to adjust the level of difficulty and the tailoring of questions to subject matter, allowed by the flexible project module, makes DJEEO a valuable tool for almost any subject.
Roland Gesthuizen

Schools set up for the Google generation | Stuff.co.nz - 0 views

  • "I think a teacher tries to organise their classroom so they scaffold the learning of students. When they can't see what's going on, it can be really challenging."
  • "There are advantages and disadvantages to everything. What we have to do is set up an education environment so that the innovations actually become helpful to education. It is quite possible that if we do nothing, they will get in the way."
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    In the classrooms of the future, students will use their phone as a computer and instead of raising their hand to ask a question, they'll simply send the teacher a tweet. Imogen Neale reports. Some schools demand students leave their digital devices at home, but Albany Senior High School, north of Auckland, has taken the opposite approach, BYOD. "That means, Bring Your Own Device," explains deputy principal Mark Osborne.
Maggie Verster

Mobile Learning Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training (PDF) - 23 views

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Maggie Verster

Top 50 Mobile Learning Resources - 27 views

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    A brilliant list of mobile learning sites and blogs!!!
Roland Gesthuizen

Do iPads Have the Capacity to Change Education? - iPads in Education - 0 views

  • In the Automating stage, new tools are used to reinforce existing practices and processes. We see this stamped all over the educational space. Smartboard use that reinforces existing frontal teaching methods. Digital content replacing paper distribution. Technology that speeds the efficiency of existing standardized testing. The essence and character of traditional educational practices however hasn't changed. It's still "business as usual" in most American schools. 
  • "Informating" as Professor Zuboff calls it - involves the re-imagination of processes using the new technologies. Instead of focusing on making existing processes more efficient, we start to look at entirely new methods and goals. We are in the infancy of that stage in education. In the Informating phase, educators reevaluate goals, visions and processes: 
  • Professional development becomes far more valuable when it searches beyond the simple nuts and bolts of technical use and instead encourages teachers to disrupt the traditional flow of education - to dabble, experiment and re-imagine how that technology can be used to create new educational horizons.
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  • A skilled teacher knows that technology implementations won't have any impact as long as you try and retrofit them on to outdated teaching methods. That teacher will instead try to utilize the technology to forge creative new educational paths for his/her students.
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    You hear it repeatedly. You can't throw technology into schools without training and support for teachers. If you purchased a truckload of iPads for your school then you better have a plan for developing teachers that are skilled in using them ... but what does it really mean to be "skilled .. What constitutes effective professional development
Roland Gesthuizen

Explain Everything in 1 Minute - Explain Everything - 0 views

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    Here is a video, made by one of EE's creators using only an iPad, about some of the thinking behind the design and choices that have gone into the application. Below the video is a list of the apps that were used to make the video, and over the next week or two we will be sharing 'How To' videos to show how the different parts of the video were made and how certain effects were achieved.
Roland Gesthuizen

THE END OF TEACHING by @agalorda - 0 views

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    Slideshow that explores how the landscape and pedagogy of teaching is changing in the tertiary classrooms and halls.
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