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Jeff Johnson

indispensibletools / FrontPage - 0 views

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    The following list of ICT tools was crowd sourced from individual educationalists and not companies when the question 'What Indispensible ICT tools do you use in education' was asked  and is not meant to be exhaustive in any way.    This particular wiki was created by Drew Buddie attributions where possible are listed.
Allison Kipta

Monitoring and Evaluation of ICT in Education Projects | infoDev.org - 0 views

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    This short handbook provides guidance for policymakers struggling with two key issues: (1) What is the impact on student achievement of introducing ICTs in educational settings in developing countries? (2) How should this impact be measured, and what are the related issues, especially as they relate to Education For All and other Millennium Development Goals?
Maggie Verster

The 'little book of ICT ideas' - 20 views

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    We love this document that Mark Anderson has produced for a training day at his school in North Somerset, UK. It succinctly provides the name of Web2.0 tools and gives you examples of how to use them. From our experience teachers did need quick, easy and fast ways to connect to new technology ideas. We think Mark achieves this very well!
Jeff Johnson

educational-origami - home - 0 views

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    Educational Origami is a blog , and a wiki, about the integration of ICT into the classroom, this is one of the largest challenges that I feel we as teachers face. Its about 21st Century Learning and 21st Century Teaching. Marc Prensky coined the now popular and famous phrase "Digital natives and digital immigrants" in his two papers by the same name. Ian Jukes talks about Digital Children. The world is not as simple as saying teachers are digital immigrants and students digital natives. In fact people fit into both camps. We know that experience, like using a computer, will change the structure of our brain, This is a concept called Neuroplasticity. We also know that, the more intense the experience, the more profound the change. Our students, who often have a greater exposure to ICT, are likely to be more neurologically adapted, but adults can as easily be "Digital Natives".
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